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12:00 – 14:00 Registration
14:00 – 16:00 Panel I: Contributions
We invite authors from the humanities and social sciences to submit book proposals and manuscripts for our new book series in Intercultural Transfer Studies. We seek manuscripts that highlight the interconnected nature of the modern world since the fifteenth century. Book proposals and manuscripts should focus on the processes of intercultural contacts and transfers that shaped human societies and cultures. The intercultural transfer paradigm allows us to study phenomena within the space these phenomena created, and which cuts across national spaces.
Myself and three other scholars of diverse interests (French Empire, British Empire, China) are seeking to put together an AHA panel on the roles of indigenous (or local) auxiliaries in imperial armies during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, particularly in situations of inter-ethnic or anti-colonial conflict.
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‘Hurt and Healing: people, texts, and material culture in the Eastern Mediterranean’.
The 19th Annual CBOMGS Postgraduate Colloquium
2nd June 2018
The Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 19th Postgraduate Colloquium of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.
I'd like to put together a panel on domestic servants in the empire for the AHA. I will be presenting a paper on gendered meanings of a dialect of Swahili used by Kenyan whites with their servants. Papers that consider issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality would be particularly welcome.
If you are interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible so we can try to get the panel submitted by the Feb. 15 deadline.
WGSS, Umass Amherst
The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History are pleased to announce the twentieth annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize, an annual award for the most outstanding non-fiction book in English copyrighted in the year 2017 on the subject of slavery, resistance, and/or abolition. Beginning on January 2, 2018, we invite you to submit books that meet these criteria.
A reminder that if you would like to be part of this panel to send your abstract and CV to email@example.com by February 7.
CfP – “Rebellion as Revolution in the Caribbean during the Age of Revolutions” (AHA Panel proposal)