To attend in Rome: Ethiopians abroad in the Middle Ages

International conference Ethiopians abroad in the Middle Ages

École Française de Rome Pontificio Istituto Orientale 23-26 May 2023, Rome

Org. Julien Loiseau (Aix-Marseille Université, projet ERC HornEast) and Martina Ambu (LabEx Hastec – EPHE, Paris).

International conference of the ERC project HornEast (Horn & Crescent. Connections, Mobility and Exchange between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East in the Middle Ages)

Call for Papers: The First Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, Tyler School of Art & Architecture, Temple University

October 14th, 2023, 10 AM - 5:30 PM (in-person)
Tyler School of Art & Architecture, Temple University
2001 N. 13th St. Philadelphia, PA 19122

Accepting papers from art history graduate students based in the mid-Atlantic/Northeastern United States
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2023

Accepted papers will be notified via email in July 2023.

Call for Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment"

You have still a week to send your 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

The abstract will need to explain the interrelation between borders, the environment (natural, urban, etc.) and/ or natural elements

Proposals for essays in English (c. 8000-12000 words) are warmly welcomed on the topic “borders, the elements, and the environment”.

Summer School 'Sea of absence? Globalisation, the Mediterranean and beyond' (Munich, 24-27 July 2023)

The global dis:connect Research Centre invites MA, doctoral students and creative professionals in all stages of their careers to meet in Munich for a summer school on the absences produced by globalisation processes, focusing on the Mediterranean, particularly on the aspects of migration, tourism and (post)coloniality, in the past, present an

Call for Papers: Borderlands

September 1, 2023 to September 2, 2023

Borderlands, Cultural History / Studies, European History / Studies, Intellectual History, Local History

“Breaking Away: Micronations, Microstates, and the Contestation of Sovereignty in East Central Europe, 1918–Present: Political Thought, Aesthetic Output, and their Afterlives”

Moise Palace, Cres, Croatia (September 1–2, 2023)

Organized by the Cultural Studies Department, University of Rijeka, and supported by the ERC project REVENANT


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