The trans-Atlantic experience has had profound implications on both sides of the ocean: Since the Columbian encounter, societies have constructed and imagined communities in intimate political, economic, and ideological interaction, overcoming barriers to meet, blend together, or engage in conflict. Trans-Atlantic connections and impacts have crucially shaped the ways in which people relate to one another, assert authority, and envision themselves as local, ethnic, political, ideological, and virtual communities.
The Language of the Visual and Twentieth-Century Transatlantic Vanguardisms
CFP: 2020 Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association (LACS-SHA) // Memphis, Tennessee // November 19-22, 2020
“Water Logics” International Conference
The Program in Global History of Empires announces the call for applications for admission in 2019. The program is implemented by the University of Turin (Italy) and the Higher School of Economics (Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia). The program is for three years, enrolled students pursue their dissertation research in the international environment and enjoy international academic supervision.
Special issue of Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies: "Heritages of Portuguese Influence: Histories, Spaces, Texts, and Objects"
Join us for the Geist Institute's 5th Old German Script Course, hosted this year by the Moravian Church Archives in Winston-Salem, NC. 30 hours of small group instruction. This is an intensive, practical course in deciphering OG Script, designed for researchers who have a strong reading knowledge of German. Participants are invited to submit images of manuscripts needed for their personal research, to be used as class exercises. Instructor Julie Tomberlin, PhD in German has 30 years experience transcribing Old German Script documents.
The Transatlantic History Student Organization, in collaboration with the Barksdale Lecture Series, the History Department, and the College of Liberal Arts of the University of Texas at Arlington, is sponsoring the Annual International Graduate Student Conference on Transatlantic History, September 27th and 28th.
Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool UK