The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some JHistory list members.

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The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some JHistory list members.

 

Berlin and the BBC [announcement]

by Miles Taylor

A two-day hybrid symposium bringing together international scholars to explore a century of connections between Berlin and the BBC.

 

FEATURED JOB: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Information Science (Ethics, Law and Policy)- Cornell University [announcement]

by Kendra Fuller

The Cornell University Department of Information Science (IS) in the Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science (CIS) has tenure-track and tenured faculty positions available. The IS Department spans Cornell’s Ithaca and New York City campuses where nearly 40 faculty members are leaders in their respective fields within Information Science's interdisciplinary structure.

 

Center and Periphery in 21st-century Literature, Cinema, Art, and Media from Spain[announcement]

by Amparo Alpanes

Call for publication

Subject Fields: 

 

'I’m Happy to Announce': Twitter’s Function in Academic Discourse [announcement]

by Kaitlin Tonti

Twitter, broadly speaking, is a popular social media outlet that connects people worldwide. If people want to tweet their political frustrations, weigh in on popular awards shows, or connect with their favorite celebrities, Twitter is the place. Within academic discourse communities, Twitter serves as a virtual space for teachers and scholars to both share and calibrate their ideas, reflect on the state of their respective professions, and share the good news with the notorious phrase “I’m happy to announce.”

 

Marc Balet: A conversation about life in art, fashion, and cinema [announcement]

by Victoria Surliuga

The Italian Program and the Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures Department at Texas Tech University with the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti di Torino present

Marc Balet: A conversation about life in art, fashion, and cinema

September 30, 2022 — 1-2 PM CST

Announcing the Call for Papers for San Francisco State University's 2023 Graduate Conference: “Requiem for Netflix? Reflections on Two Decades of Streaming”  [announcement]

by Benjamin Lazar

Call for papers: XXIV Annual Graduate Student Conference, Feb. 9 & 10, 2023 

School of Cinema, San Francisco State University 

Deadline Submission: October 30th, 2022

“Requiem for Netflix? Reflections on Two Decades of Streaming”  

Keynote Speaker: Juan Llamas-Rodriguez (Assistant Professor, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania)   

 

Call for chapters: Media Production in Non-Media Domains [announcement]

by Anna Zoellner

Call for Proposals

Media Production in Non-Media Domains – Researching cross-sector media production