Arris, the journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, solicits papers for volume 30, to be published in 2019. The journal welcomes original scholarship on all aspects of the history of architecture and landscape in the form of both research articles and field notes. Research articles will be blind peer-reviewed. To be considered for volume 30, manuscripts must be received by Feburary 15, 2019.
Call for Abstracts
Hosted by the Nofei Yeda (Landscapes of Knowledge) program, Faculty of Humanities and the Hecht Museum
In collaboration with:
The Haifa Center for Mediterranean History (HCMH) and Onassis Program of Hellenic Studies
University of Haifa
PennDOT’s Cultural Resource Management Program anticipates offering internships in cultural resource management and historic preservation at the Central Office in Harrisburg Pa. and in Indiana, Pa. at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Interns will be directly involved in important research on the management, study and stewardship of archaeological sites and historic resources affected by transportation projects.
After the successful publication of the Journal of Hellenic Religion’s (ISSN 1748-7811, eISSN 1748-782X) 11th volume (2018), the Editor would like to invite you to contribute to the Journal's forthcoming issue (September 2019).
As of December 1, 2018, the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) Travel Grant program will begin accepting Applications.
CALL FOR PAPERS: FOR LOVE OR MONEY - THE STATE OF MUSEUM SALARIES
Edited by Dawn A Salerno, Mark S Gold and Kristina Durocher
We invite international submissions for our forthcoming book, For Love or Money: The State of Museum Salaries, which we'll be publishing next year (2019). Proposals should be submitted by Monday 17 December 2018. Please feel free to forward this information to colleagues who may have a special interest in this important subject.
Starting from 2016, Koç University Vehbi Koç Ankara Studies Research Center and the University of Cambridge’s Skiliter Centre for Ottoman Studies agreed to start a joint three year project on the Socio-Economic History of Anatolia in the Ottoman Period. The Project consists of three symposiums on three themes as Disease and Disaster (both man-made and natural disasters), Trade and Production and Social and Cultural Life.
The first annual interdisciplinary Mongolia Field School hosted by the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) will be held from July 29-August 16, 2019 in Ulaanbaatar and field sites near Lake Hovsgol in northern Mongolia.