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The Globalization of Science in the Middle East and North Africa , 18th-20th Centuries

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CFP-The Globalization of Science in the Middle East and North Africa, 18th-20th Centuries

The Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture and the Middle Eastern Studies Concentration at the College of the Holy Cross (http://www.holycross.edu) invite abstract submissions (300-400 words) for a conference to be held March 24-25, 2017 titled, the Glob

Mapping Entanglements: Dynamics of Missionary Knowledge and “Materialities” across Space and Time (16th - 20th centuries)

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February 9-11, 2017

Workshop at the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC
Conveners: Sabina Brevaglieri, Elisabeth Engel in collaboration with the History of Knowledge Research Group at the GHI Washington and the German Historical Institute in Rome 

Deadline: June 30, 2016

Extended Deadline for CFP: Human Rights in the Atlantic World and Beyond

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Human Rights in the Atlantic World and Beyond

Call for Papers: Conference on the Americas and Great Lakes History Conference
Grand Valley State University

October 21-22, 2016

Grand Rapids, Michigan

H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-French-Colonial: 16 May - 23 May

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