Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops
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Nos ponemos en contacto con todos vosotros para anunciaros que en la Revista Historia Autónoma hemos abierto un plazo de recepción de artículos y reseñas. Las contribuciones, que integrarán nuestros próximos números, pueden enviarse hasta el próximo 1 de noviembre de 2017.
The Atlantic is everywhere: many departments have given the Atlantic its own field, increasing
numbers of graduate students call themselves historians of the Atlantic world, and multiple
SEXing the Past 2018: The OUTing the Past Festival Conference
Exploring the Intersections of History and Activism
16th - 18th March 2018 at Liverpool John Moores University
In the December 2016 issue of the journal Amerasia, a group of scholars published short think pieces under the title Pacific Empires Working Group Forum. The contributors were: Eiichiro Azuma (Penn), Katherine Benton-Cohen (Georgetown), David Chang (Minnesota), Takashi Fujitani (Toronto), Paul Kramer (Vanderbilt), Jordan Sand (Georgetown), and Jun Uchida (Stanford). The journal has now posted syllabi from five members of the group on line.
If you start in the late 17th c, rather than limit it to the 18th, and move beyond Virginia, the UVA Salem Witch Trial Archive is an excellent open source. In addition to surviving records of the trials, which are incomplete but massive in scope, it includes images of contemporary commentaries. Note that there are other sites with Salem materials, but this one is by far the best--most accurate and most comprehensive.
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Slave Subjectivities in the Iberian Worlds (15th-20th Centuries)
2-3 July 2018
I would suggest you try posting on H-France as well. People there are incredibly helpful.
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