The Symposium on Gender, History, and Sexuality calls for graduate students to present their work for the 2022 Fall semester.
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New Books in Intellectual History
Sacramento, host city for NCSA’s 2023 conference, lends itself to exploring issues of revivals and re-creations of the past. Sacramento’s nineteenth-century history encompassed California’s Gold Rush, the genocide and displacement of Indigenous populations, the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, and the building of a capital city that became a stage for the reinventions–productive and problematic–of the past so central to the nineteenth century.
we are pleased to announce the open access publication of volume 2, issue 1 (Spring 2022) of our online journal Sound Stage Screen. The new issue features articles on musical holograms, neo-realist films soundscape, silent movies performance practice, and a reflection on music criticism in the digital era.
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I am editor-in-chief of the history of science journal for the Royal Society (Notes and Records). Every other year we have an essay prize for ECRs (those who have completed a postgraduate degree within the past 5 years), and the competition is now officially open for 2023.
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Following is the table of contents for the latest issue of the Journal of the History of Ideas.
Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.