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CONF: Additional information on German conference

Dear editors, a few minutes ago I posted a conference announcement. It's a pity that I forgot the registration information and it would be great, if you could add it:

"Anmeldung unter http://idis.uni-koeln.de/tagungen/kontinuitaeten-zaesuren-brueche/ bis zum 27.2.2014"

Thank you very much. I'm sorry that the announcement is only in German, but the conference will be also in German...

Sincerely, Bertold Scharf

CONF: "Kontinuitäten - Zäsuren - Brüche: Die Lebenslage von Menschen mit Behinderungen in Deutschland nach 1945: Periodisierungsfragen der deutschen Zeitgeschichte aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive"

Kontinuitäten - Zäsuren - Brüche

 

Die Lebenslage von Menschen mit Behinderungen in Deutschland nach 1945: Periodisierungsfragen der deutschen Zeitgeschichte aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive

 

Universität zu Köln, Humanwissenschaftliche Fakultät, 20.-22. März 2014

 

Durchgeführt von Prof.in Dr. Gabriele Lingelbach, Abteilung „Geschichte der Neuzeit“, Historisches Seminar, Universität Kiel und Prof.in Dr. Anne Waldschmidt, iDiS – Internationale Forschungsstelle Disability Studies, Humanwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Universität zu Köln

 

ANN: Kim Nielsen, "Disability History is Our History" (Buffalo NY, 21 February)

“Disability History is Our History”

Dialogues on disABILITY Speakers Series welcomes Dr. Kim Nielsen on Friday, February 21 at 7 pm.

Kim E. Nielsen is professor Disability Studies at the University of Toledo, where she also teaches courses in History and Women’s and Gender Studies. “A Disability History of the United States,” is the first book to place the experiences of people with disabilities at the center of the American narrative and covers U.S. history from pre- 1942 to the present.

CFP: A Life as a Lens: Using Individuals in Wider Historical Research (London, 12 September 2014)

Call for Papers:

A Life as a Lens: Using Individuals in Wider Historical Research
http://alifeasalens.wordpress.com/

Date: Friday 12th September 2014

Venue: University of Roehampton, London

Keynote Speaker: Dr Adam Smith, UCL

ANN: DHA Outstanding Book Award (2014)

From: Michael Rembis, marembis@buffalo.edu

Outstanding Book Award

The Disability History Association promotes the relevance of disability to broader historical enquiry and facilitates research, conference travel, and publication for scholars engaged in any field of disability history.

The Disability History Association is excited to announce its 3nd Annual Outstanding Publication Award. The award alternates between books and peer-reviewed articles or book chapters.

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