Welcome to H-HRE, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-HRE is an online community dedicated to research and teaching on the history of the Holy Roman Empire. We welcome discussion and debate on historical issues that concern both the empire's entire life span, from the coronation of Otto I in 962 to the dissolution of the empire in 1806, and the empire's entire territory, from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. We encourage all forms of historical inquiry--political, religious, gender, military, cultural, social, diplomatic, interdisciplinary studies, and more--that enhance our understanding of the Holy Roman Empire.

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CEMS Graduate Conference 2019: CULTURAL ENTANGLEMENT, TRANSFER AND CONTENTION IN MEDITERRANEAN COMMUNITIES FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT

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Conference

Date: 

May 30, 2019 to June 1, 2019

Location: 

Hungary

Subject Fields: 

Ancient History, Archaeology, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies

CFP - 'Moments of Revolution' (History Studies Journal, University of Limerick call for submissions)

The editors of History Studies invite the submission of papers for inclusion in Volume 20 of the journal. The theme for submissions is ‘Moments of Revolution’ and may focus on any topic within this broad field.

History Studies is the only history journal in Ireland that is edited and managed by postgraduate students and provides a publishing platform for both undergraduate and postgraduate scholars. It is refereed by a panel of distinguished historians and is an established periodical in the field of historical scholarship.

CFP: The Center for Austrian Studies at the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference

The University of Minnesota's Center for Austrian Studies invites abstracts (up to 250 words) for individual papers or sessions for the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference's annual meeting to be convened in St. Louis, 17-20 October 2019. Papers are encouraged from across the disciplines that focus on Central Europe broadly conceived to include all of the German-speaking lands, Poland, as well as the areas historically connected with the Habsburg Monarchy. The deadline for abstracts is April 5, 2019.

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