Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops
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Journal: Urban History Review / Revue d'histoire urbaine
Publication Date: 2018-09-18
Number of articles: 8
Electronic Publishing Partner: Erudit.org - Université de Montréal
Developments at Canada’s Urban History Journal PDF through Erudit
By / par Owen Temby
Palgrave Macmillan's 'Mental Health in Historical Perspective' book series is proud to announce another publication: Preventing Mental Illness: Past, Present and Future, edited by Despo Kritsotaki, Vicky Long and Matthew Smith, documents how societies have attempted to prevent mental illness during the twentieth century. Providing perspectives from North America and many parts of Europe, the book seeks to spur new research into preventive mental health and inform ongoing debates about how best to deal with mental illness.
History graduate students, Jen Vannette (Central Michigan University), Katie Krawetzke (Central Michigan Unviersity), and Alex Greff (University of Minnesota) share stories from their experiences as graduate students. Topics include what it's like to study history, be a grad student, and teach.
Talking Hoosier History, hosted by historians Lindsey Beckley, Jill Weiss and Justin Clark, is a monthly podcast that features a significant person or event in Indiana History. Each episode is based on research conducted by Indiana Historical Bureau staff and features newspaper articles from Hoosier State Chronicles, Indiana’s digital historic newspaper database. The project is operated by the Indiana State Library with financial support from the U.S.
The Johns Hopkins University Program in Racism, Immigration and Citizenship presents its Eighth Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
Eyes on Surveillance: (In)security in Everyday Life
Keynote: Bernard Harcourt, Professor of Law and Political Science, Columbia University
April 5 - 6, 2019
Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus, Baltimore MD
Submission deadline: Friday, February 15th, 2019
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We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Religion in Japan (JRJ) 7.2 has been published. The volume can be viewed at: https://brill.com/view/journals/jrj/7/2/jrj.7.issue-2.xml
With our best regards,
Elisabetta Porcu and James Mark Shields
Journal of Religion in Japan 7.2 (2018)
Responsible person(s): Daryl R. Ireland