ANN: Global History seminar at the London Centre of the University of Notre Dame

The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars in


at the London Centre of the University of Notre Dame, 1 Suffolk Street, SW1Y 4HG (off Pall Mall East, west of the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery) on Thursdays from 5.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Seminar-goers are kindly asked to register by e-mailing cparkyn@nd.edu.

Programme for 2014

CFP: Histories of American Capitalism (Ithaca NY, November 2014)

Call for Papers:

Histories of American Capitalism
Cornell University, November 6-8, 2014
Proposals due: March 1, 2014

Thematic Clusters:
Gender and Sexuality
Built and Natural Environments
Race and Ethnicity
Intellectual and Cultural History
State, Migration, and Citizenship

Keynote and Plenary Speakers:
Orlando Patterson, Harvard
Guy Standing, University of London
Nancy Fraser, New School
Peniel Joseph, Tufts
Jackson Lears, Rutgers
Julia Ott, New School

ANN: 2014 Indiana University Summer Language Workshop (Bloomington, Summer 2014)

The 2014 Indiana University Summer Language Workshop is accepting applications for intensive study of Arabic, Hindi-Urdu, Hungarian, Mongolian, Persian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Swahili, Tatar, Turkish, and Uzbek.

* All participants pay in-state tuition and earn 6-10 credits

* 4- and 5-week options are available for Russian (ending on July 3)

* FLAS and ROTC Project GO funding available to qualified students — Priority deadline for funding is February 1, 2014. Funding requests received after this date will be reviewed contingent upon availability of remaining funds.

CFP: (Mis-)Representing Cultures and Objects (Stirling, May 2014)

A workshop titled '(Mis-)Representing Cultures and Objects- Critical Approaches to Museological Collections' is being conducted at the University of Stirling on 16 May 2014.  The workshop will critically examine, from a postcolonial context, the ways in which global cultures and associated materials have been represented in the contexts of museums.

For more, please see: http://misrepresentingcultures.wordpress.com


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