CfA: 3rd Summer School "Borderland Studies in East Central Europe and the Black Sea Region," Chișinău, Moldova

3rd Summer School "Borderland Studies in East Central Europe and the Black Sea Region"
June 25 – July 4, 2023.
Venue: Labour Institute, Zimbrului 10 Street, Chișinău, Moldova.
Application deadline: April 15, 2023.
Center for the Interethnic Relations Research in Eastern Europe, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Center for Governance and Culture in Europe, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Call for Applications/Nominations: Editor of Central European History

The Central European History Society, an affiliate of the American Historical Association, seeks applications and nominations of outstanding scholars for the position of Editor for the journal Central European History, North America’s leading venue for scholarship on Central Europe’s complex and diverse history, published by Cambridge University Press. The new Editor will serve a five-year term beginning June 30, 2024 (with an initial period of shadowing the outgoing Editor in Spring 2024).  

Free books on World War I diplomacy

While I was teaching, my special interest was the Habsburg Monarchy and the First World War.  I have a number of books that I would like to give away free since they are too specialized for my local university library (McMurry University in Abilene, Texas) and already owned by most research libraries.  Please email me if you are interested in the following on the diplomacy of World War I:

PRIZE: 2023 Czechoslovak Studies Association Book Prize

The Czechoslovak Studies Association is pleased to announce the opening of submissions for the biennial Czechoslovak Studies Association Prize for the Best Book in the Field of Czechoslovak Historical Studies

The Czechoslovak Studies Association offers a biennial award for the Best Book in the Field of Czechoslovak Historical Studies.

CFP: Rethinking Carnival from the Pre-modern to the Present (Abstracts Due: March 30)

Research on celebration of the Carnival tradition in different times and places has provided a rich lens into fields ranging from political and social history to the history of everyday life and questions about intangible cultural heritage.


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