Inscriptions in Arabic, Persian and Turkish constitute a remarkable source for the history of the Islamic world. The earliest Arabic inscriptions represent some of our earliest firmly dated Muslim sources for Islamic history, while in later periods inscriptions often constitute unique contemporary evidence for not just the building activities sponsored by rulers and high officials, but also raw historical data such as dates of rulers and events.
The MACBS -- the mid-Atlantic affiliate of the NACBS, the main organization for British Studies in Canada and the United States – is soliciting proposals for papers and panels on all areas of British Studies for our annual conference at William & Mary in Williamsburg.
Call for Papers:
CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Fifth Annual Graduate Student Conference
Marine Corps University Press (MCUP) publishes the MCU Journal on topics of concern to the Marine Corps and the Department of Defense through the lens of various disciplines, including international relations, political science, security studies, and political economics.
Winterthur Research Fellowships
Call for Papers: CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Fifth Annual Graduate Student Conference
Power and Democracy in Early America
May 10, 2019
Graduate Center, CUNY
New York, NY
Keynote Speaker: Andrew Shankman, Rutgers University, Camden Author of Original Intents: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and the American Founding and Co-Editor of the Journal of the Early Republic
The Georgia Archives (5800 Jonesboro Rd., Morrow, GA) invites proposals for presentations and posters for our 2019 symposium looking at land use in Georgia. We welcome proposals on a variety of topics, including but not limited to: urban planning, architecture, urban transportation in Atlanta, the 1996 Olymp
What passes for theory in African Urban Studies is dominated predominantly by cases and examples from Western cities and critics. Thus we find that thinkers like Walter Benjamin, Henri Lefebvre, Edward Soja, and Michel Foucault are the main theorists that are drawn upon whereas African cities tend to elude much of this theory.