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Recent Discussion Posts

Call for Applications: Double Doctoral Degree Program in Asian and Transcultural Studies (Heidelberg, Venice)

The Double Doctoral Degree Program in Asian and Transcultural Studies between the Faculty of Philosophy at Heidelberg University and the Department of Asian and North African Studies at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice welcomes applications for up to five doctoral fellowships.

Deadline for applications is 15 March 2018.

CFP: Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (Indiana University Press)-2018 issue

Editors of Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (PJHS) invite scholars to submit articles on any aspect of history of any region and period. Published by Indiana University Press (Bloomington, USA), the semi-annual scholarly journal aims to develop critical ideas on less explored and innovative themes in the discipline of History.

Deadline for submission for 2018 issues is 15 April 2018.

CFP: Ηurt and Ηealing The 19th Annual Postgraduate Colloquium of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, Birmingham, UK

Apologies for any cross posting:

‘Hurt and Healing: people, texts, and material culture in the Eastern Mediterranean’.

The 19th Annual CBOMGS Postgraduate Colloquium

2nd June 2018

The Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 19th Postgraduate Colloquium of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.

CfP Student Movement Research Project // 1st Symposium part of Sussex University’s Protestival // 20th - 22st April // University of Sussex, U.K.

UK Student Movement Research Project // 1st Symposium
As part of Sussex University’s Protestival // 20th - 22st April // University of Sussex, U.K.
Call for Papers and Panels

CFP: RETHINKING PERIOD BOUNDARIES: HIDDEN CONTINUITIES AND DISCONTINUITIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE FROM THE EIGHTEENTH TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURIES

Call for Papers

Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference in Association with the Oxford Centre for European History

RETHINKING PERIOD BOUNDARIES: HIDDEN CONTINUITIES AND DISCONTINUITIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE FROM THE EIGHTEENTH TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURIES

Date: 26-27 May 2018

Venue: European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College

University of Oxford

 

“Urbanity and the implied sense of taste in early modern Iran" - York Islamic Art Circle

“Urbanity and the implied sense of taste in early modern Iran” 

with Professor Sussan Babaie (The Courtauld Institute)

on Thursday 22nd February 2018

from 6:30pm – 8:00pm

at The Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York

Attendance by free ticket only https://www.york.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/public-lectures/spring-18/urbanity-taste/ 

 

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Recent Blog Posts

Reading More about Writing

Resource Blog

Last summer, Kerrie Holloway wrote a very useful Resource Blog for H-GRAD,  “Reading about Writing.”  Since a few of my favorite books were absent, my blog offers several additions to her suggested reading list. Writing a dissertation is a long process, and along the way it can be useful to stop and review some of the advice that’s out there on effective work habits, efficient writing/reading/researching and navigating personal obstacles.

How To ... Use Airtable to organize your research materials.

Resource Blog

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Airtable's home page.

How do you organize all of the primary source materials that go into writing your dissertation, conference paper, or academic article --particularly when oftentimes the argument you are making requir

Reading List Blog

Reading Lists

The editors of H-Grad are making some changes to our blogs!

First, to add clarity to the purpose of each of our blogs and more resources for subscribers to H-Grad, we created a new blog called "Reading Lists." This blog will contain sample reading lists for a variety of fields to help graduate students prepare for their comprehensive exams, historigraphical essays, or research projects. Existing reading lists posted under the "Resource Blog" will be relabeled as posts in this new "Reading Lists" blog.

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