The movement of people, commodities, and ideas has long attracted the attention of scholars of world history. Straddling the interstices between commodities and ideas, written texts have been a particularly productive subject of study. This one-day conference invites graduate students to reflect critically on the written and other physical sources on which their research depends as ‘texts in motion’ within world history.
This is a call for presentation paper for the following panel at the upcoming ASEASUK (Association of Southeast Asian Studies UK) conference to be held at the University of Leeds between Sep 5-7, 2018:
Panel: Southeast Asia and World Literature
CFP for the 2018 AAA meetings in San Jose, CA - working title for the panel is "Resiliency and Adaptation in New Locales"
Trans Theory Conference
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The Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Stiftung – Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland in cooperation with the National University Singapore (NUS) cordially invite doctoral and postdoctoral scholars from the humanities and social sciences to apply for a Transregional Academy. It will be convened from September 29th to October 7th 2018 at NUS in Singapore on the topic of “Infrastructures, Regions and Urbanizations” and chaired by Andreas Eckert (Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin), Weiqiang Lin, James D.
Colloquium – New Philologies, the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, and The Alps-Adriatic-Rectors’ Conference (AARC)
present the 3rd AARC Conference
1918-2018. (Un)doing Nationalism and Resistance
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria – September 20-22, 2018
First Call for Papers
CFP for Special Issue on Television Studies: Is Confucius still on TV? Confucian Values and East Asian Television
In our 2003 book Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean (University of the West Indies Press) Fred Reno and I argued – along with various contributors – that political culture in the Caribbean was circumscribed by “a great complexity of social relations and the influence of such variables as race, ethnicity, migration and multi-faceted dependency (for example, of institutional mimicry, strategies of reproduction of metropolitan model by local elites, socio-economic conditions, popular culture) on politics.” In this reader we then asked questions such
Focus of the Conference: