The Midwestern History Association invites nominations for the annual Alice Smith Prize in Public History.
Beginning Spring 2016, the GCHS will offer support to students working on projects related to the Ozarks history and culture.
Angola Bound Revisited: Prison Music of Louisiana
Call for papers for a Panel (Symposium) for the ASAUK biennial conference to be held at the University of Cambridge (Robinson College) from 7 to 9 September 2016.
The call for papers is now open. It is possible to submit papers (deadline 2nd April 2016) via the following link to the conference services website: https://asauk.conference-services.net/authorlogin.asp?conferenceID=4433&language=en-uk.
The geographical and socio-economic landscapes of the contiguous border areas in Southern African suggest de facto processes of regional integration.
Migration is not new in the Southern African region. Its long history dates back to the late 19th century into the colonial, post-independence and post-Cold War eras, and into the late 1980s and early 1990s when most economies in Southern Africa underwent neoliberal economic reforms and structural adjustments. The economic reforms coincided with the end of apartheid in South Africa.
The 2nd EAJS Conference in Japan
Venue: Kobe University, Japan
Dates: September 24-25 (Sat-Sun), 2016; (Pre-conference Symposium on the 23rd)
Language: English (for submissions), English and Japanese (during the conference)
Project director: Prof. Bjarke Frellesvig (Oxford University), President EAJS
EAJS contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline (for papers and panels): April 30, 2016
Notification of acceptance: the end of May
Rethinking Russia’s Pivot to Asia: Context, Perceptions, and Prospects
October 28-29, 2016
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Institute of Russian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (South Korea)
Institute of Eastern and Western Societies, St. Petersburg State University (Russia)
CALL FOR PAPERS
“Contextualizing Asian Ecocinema: Past and Future”
Organized by the Department of Comparative Literature and the Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures (CSGC), The University of Hong Kong.