H-SAWH Call Roll
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All Content related to Gender, History, or the U.S. South
Call for Papers
Our World of Water: Histories of the Hydrosphere
November 4, 2017
Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
Dear H-Japan members,
'Curiosity & Cognition - Embodied Things 1400-1900'
University of Cambridge
Friday 16th June, 9.30 – 18.30
Seminar Room SG1, Alison Richard Building, CRASSH, Cambridge
Table of Contents
In Quest of the Antique: The Bazaar, Exchange and Mart and the Democratization of Collecting, 1926–42
The Threshold of the State: Civil Defence, the Blackout and the Home in Second World War Britain
Dear H-Asia members,
Whilst international research on slavery is increasingly turning its attentions to practices of enslavement instead of systems of slavery, the enduring focus on systems spanning large geographical areas has meant that historians have tended to consider slavery and other forms of dependency, such as serfdom, as largely independent entities. This is related not least to the fact that in the case of the transatlantic slave trade, slavery and serfdom were generally designated to different geographical areas: the former to the colonies and the latter to Europe.
Primary Source, a professional development center for K-12 teachers, still has a few available spaces in our summer online courses, which are content-rich, graduate-credit bearing programs that last either 4 weeks or 8 weeks. See the full list of options here: https://www.primarysource.org/for-teachers/courses/summer-institutes-2017.
In particular, we welcome participants from around the U.S. to join us for
I am heading an effort at MSU to update and improve the Overcoming Apartheid, Building Democracy web curriculum.
Launched ten years ago (ages ago in digital time!), the site attracts about 30,000 monthly users from the U.S., South Africa, and many other parts of the world.