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The H-Decol network provides a forum in which the end of European, American and Asian empires and the rise of independent nation-states, principally, but not exclusively, in the long twentieth century, can be understood holistically, across the boundaries drawn by particular bilateral metropole-colony relations. H-Decol explores the nexus of power, strategy and identity that carved overseas empires into the nation-states that make up the modern atlas. Above all, H-Decol seeks to encourage scholarly discussion and debate across academic disciplines on the course of imperial retrenchment, and the broader cultural, economic, political and ideological imprint left by decolonization on both the 'colonizer' and the 'colonized'.
Call for Papers: “Unlearning Cold War Narratives: Toward Alternative Understandings of the Cold War World,” National University of Singapore, Singapore, 27-28 May 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
This three day conference is designed to explore the complex relationship between public health and Latin American and Caribbean societies from the colonial to the present era. As the third leg of a series of international workshops on the history of public health policies and practice in these regions, it will focus on the engagement of medical personnel, policy makers, health agencies and the public in relation to the evolution of public health perspectives, regulations and implementation.
Call for Papers for the Panel:
Art as Cultural Diplomacy: (Re)Constructing Notions of Eastern and Western Europe
As part of the Fourth Euroacademia International Conference ‘The European Union and the Politicization of Europe’ to be held at Anglo-American University, Prague, Czech Republic, 27-28 November 2015
Call for papers: ‘Cold War Economics: the Theory and Practice of Development in Historical Perspective’
Monday 14 December – Tuesday 15 December, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK