Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops

This page will dynamically gather announcements for Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, Roundtables, Symposia, Summer Programs, and Conference Announcements that have been posted to H-SAWH.  As new networks move into the Commons, the page will expand its criteria to bring related announcements into the collection.

Title Keywords Post date
EMJNet at the AAS EMJNet, announcement, Japanese History / Studies, AAS, early modern japan 03/18/2019 - 11:50pm
Call for Papers - Mobilities & Immobilities: Histories of Modern Migration to and in the Americas CFP (workshop), migration, modern history, American History / Studies 03/18/2019 - 9:11pm
CFP - EXTENDED DEADLINE: On the Matter of Blackness in Europe: Transnational Perspectives Black Europe, Black European History/Studies, Political and social movements, CFP (Conference), Citizenship 03/18/2019 - 7:40pm
5th International Conference of the Dakar Institute of African Studies & DIAS-ASR (African Studies Review) workshop / 5e Conférence Internationale de l’Institut d’Études Africaines de Dakar & Atelier DIAS-ASR (African Studies Review) Academic Writing Workshop, The Dakar Institute of African Studies, African Studies Review, African History/Studies, public intellectuals, higher education 03/18/2019 - 7:34pm
Paradoxa - Comics and Graphic Novels Popular Culture Studies, literature, Art History & Visual Studies, Art 03/18/2019 - 7:28pm
International Tricontinental Conference 2019: Populism in Latin America, Africa and Asia populism, Latin America, Africa, Middle East, postcolonialism 03/18/2019 - 7:25pm
UCSIA Summer School 2019 “Religion, Culture and Society: Entanglement and Confrontation” anthropology, Ethnic History/Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, sociology 03/18/2019 - 7:22pm
UCSIA Summer School 2019 “Religion, Culture and Society: Entanglement and Confrontation” anthropology, Ethnic History/Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, sociology 03/18/2019 - 7:21pm
UCSIA Summer School 2019 “Religion, Culture and Society: Entanglement and Confrontation” anthropology, Ethnic History/Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, sociology 03/18/2019 - 7:21pm
CFP AAA 2019: Different But Not Different: Ethnographies of Substitution anthropology 03/18/2019 - 7:08pm

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New Issue: Historical Reflections (Vol. 44, Issue 2)

The latest issue of Historical Reflections is now available online.

Dedication

Elizabeth Macknight, Brian Newsome and Vivian Berghahn

http://bit.ly/2RrrdLm

Articles

"Give Me Back My Son!": Eleanor of Aquitaine, Emotion Talk, and the Gendering of Political Rhetoric, Linda E. Mitchell

http://bit.ly/2QugmTI

Call for Panelists: The Uses and Abuses of Fashion in the Early Republic

Hello historians, 

A co-panelist and I are looking to organize a panel on the politics of beauty and fashion for the SHEAR 2019 conference. We know it's a bit late, but if anyone is interested, we're still looking for another presenter, a panel chair, and a commentator. 

We're interested in broad questions:

Kyoto Lectures: Kimbrough on the otogizōshi Nijūshikō and lessons for women, December 4 at 6PM

Dear colleagues,

I am passing along the announcement for the next Kyoto Lecture, to be held on December 4th.

As always, Kyoto Lectures are free and open to all. Please contact ISEAS or EFEO (info below) if you have questions.

Best,

Roberta Strippoli

Binghamton University (SUNY)

 

 

 

New Issue on African and African Diasporan Writers (JENdA Journal)

The peer-reviewed JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies has just published Issue 30 on African and African Diasporan Writers. This issue on African Literature in JENdA is an exploration that features conversations with writers discussing their work and inspiration. This issue is for anyone. For those teaching literature, the issue is a great asset, and it comes with the added benefit that these cross and trans-continental dialogues ask us to consider that local and global can and does occupy the same space.

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