ANN: New Issue ACHSC: Museums, Memory and Trauma (Vol. 50 No. 1, 2023)

Greetings from the Editorial Board of the Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura, scientific journal of the Department of History at Universidad Nacional de Colombia. We would like to notify that our most recent issue (Vol. 50 No. 1 2023. Museums, Memory and Trauma) is now available online. 

It can be accessed through the following link: 


Best regards.

ANN: Talking About Indigenous Studies: Perspectives from Africa and the Americas

Native American and Indigenous Studies is a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary field with arguably two elements at its core: the use of place-based methodologies and a commitment to decolonizing scholarship that serves Indigenous communities. What do these elements mean in different world regions and academic disciplines? Do scholars and communities in Africa, Latin America, and North America understand “place” in the same way? How are Indigenous research paradigms applied across these different contexts?

CFP: Decolonising World History

Dear Colleagues,

Colonialism and its impacts have long been the object of academic study that has in recent years increasingly garnered public and political interest. We have witnessed an increasing dynamism around the topic of colonialism that has been keenly felt across in both the academic and political orbits.  


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