Tarikh, essentially a journal of thematic African history, is a journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Tarikh is seeking papers to appear in issues with the following theme: Nigeria and the Niger Delta Question. Articles appearing in Tarikh are prized for their pedagogic value and synthesis (without losing their scholarly intent), and aspire to be a must read for undergraduate and postgraduate university students, especially in History, Political Science and Sociology.
The editorial board of Afrika Zamani solicits original manuscripts analysing historical processes, reflecting critically on methodological approaches, and enriching the historiography of the history of Africa and its diaspora.
We welcome fresh insights on the economic, social, political and cultural history of Africa and its global diaspora. Manuscripts can be on any theme, region or historical period.
Individual and group panel proposals are invited from academics, scholars, postgraduates, and advocates of indigenous knowledge systems whose research interests relate to the focus of the 2018 International Conference of Africanity Scholars Network (AfriScoN).
Conference Theme: Knowledge Loss, Bondage and Regrets in Post-contact Societies
The Lagos Studies Association is pleased to release the preliminary program of the 3rd edition of its conference. The conference will have 50 panels, featuring academic paper presentations, round-tables, book panels, and performances. Participants include scholars at various stages of their career, artists, filmmakers, local chiefs, town planners, development experts, and members of the civil society in Lagos.
55 years ago, on 25 May 1963, the leaders of 32 African countries signed the charter of the Organisation of African Unity at Addis Ababa. This institution enshrined a revolutionary vision of continental unity which in many ways challenged previous ideas on African post-colonial political and economic order. The OAU also brought about the establishment of bodies which allowed its members to create connections and synergies aimed at the further liberation and unification of the continent (e.g.
Politics of Natural History, or: How to Decolonize the Natural History Museum
International Conference, Technische Universität Berlin
September 6-7, 2018
CMES Tunisia is proud to present
“Artistic Cosmopolitanism from Istanbul to North Africa”
a lecture by Gulru Necipoglu
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Third Floor, Immeuble Slim, Rue de l’Euro, Les Berges du Lac – Tunis
IUAES - International Union of Anthropological and Ethnographic Sciences
16-20 July, 2018
Florianópolis, Brazil - Federal University of Santa Catarina
Panel Organizers: Ari Gandsman (University of Ottawa), Allan Dawson (Drew University)
Time’s Ethics: Temporal Experience as Moral Reckoning
CALL FOR PAPERS/PANELS AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
36th Annual Meeting of the Association of Global South Studies
Conference Theme: The Many Global Souths
18 November - 20 November 2018
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
Albuquerque, New Mexico
CALL FOR PAPERS
ITAN: JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL STUDIES
ISSN: 0795 - 03250