H-Portugal is a resource and space for debate on research and studies devoted to Portugal and the Lusophone world, which encompasses history and literature, cultural history and sociology, colonial and post-colonial studies, and the history of art. The H-Portugal team of editors, based at CHAM, FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Universidade dos Açores, aim to provide subscribers with information on and access to a range of resources such as research databases, academic projects, along with updates on the range of institutions and associations engaged in Portuguese studies. 

 

H-Portugal é uma plataforma e um espaço de debate dedicada aos mais diversos campos de estudo relacionados com Portugal e o mundo de língua portuguesa: desde a sua história à literatura, desde a cultura à sociologia, até aos estudos coloniais e pós-coloniais e a história da arte. A equipa de H-Portugal, composta por um grupo de editores do  CHAM, FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Universidade dos Açores, põe a disposição dos seus subscritores uma ampla lista de recursos, como bases de dados ou ligações a sítios de interesse académico e informações sobre as maiores instituições que se dedicam aos Estudos Portugueses.

 

We welcome contributions in English or Portuguese

 

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AFRICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

Global Studies Association conference 2019: Beyond Globalizations?

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The GSA is holding its annual conference at the University of
Northampton, with the theme 'Beyond Globalizations?'. The key
note speaker will be Barry Gills (editor of the journal
Globalizations). We welcome paper proposals from scholars at
all career stages. Themes could include but are by no means
limited to:
• Slow growth & de-growth alternatives

EVENT: Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the centenary of the First World War, 2013-2019, 17 May 2019

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Royal Historical Society Symposium hosted by Department of History, Open University
Contested Commemorations: Reflections on the centenary of the First World War, 2013-2019, 17 May 2019.

[Deadline Extended] CFP: Racial Disposability and Cultures of Resistance

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The African American Studies Department at The Pennsylvania State University is pleased to announce a conference titled, "Racial Disposability and Cultures of Resistance," to take place on October 10-12, 2019 at the Penn Stater

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