The James Fenimore Cooper Society will host two panels at the 32st Annual Conference of the American Literature Association, to be held in Boston, MA, May 27-31, 2021.
Call for Papers
German Migrants and Migrating Knowledge in Latin American History
Conference at the German Historical Institute in Washington D.C., November 3-5, 2022
Conveners: Simone Lässig, Mario Peters (both GHI Washington D.C.), H. Glenn Penny (University of Iowa), Stefan Rinke (Freie Universität Berlin)
From the editorial board of Entremons: UPF Journal of World History we invite you to send us an original text for its possible inclusion in the next issue of our journal. Entremons: UPF Journal of World History is an annual publication sponsored by the University Pompeu Fabra and accepts both academic articles and recently published books' reviews about World History.
‘Ongoing’ mobilities in the early modern world: sojourners, mobile settlers, itinerants, staggered migrants, and other lives on the go.
Virtual symposium at the University of Manchester
Provisional dates: Fri 5 March 2021 – Sat 6 March 2021.
Transatlantic Studies Association
19th Annual Conference
Centre for International Studies, ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon
Under Three Flags, the Postal History of the Spanish-Cuban/American War
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
4:00pm EST. Online, via Zoom
Admission to the lecture is free, but registration is required. Register here.
‘Print, Plastic, Panorama: The Empress of Britain Fashion Story, 1956’ (FREE ONLINE TALK)
Professor Faye Hammill (Glasgow University)
PPCRG New Directions Series
The Eighteenth-Century Research Seminar (ECRS) series invites proposals for twenty-minute papers from postgraduate and early career researchers addressing any aspect of eighteenth-century history, culture, literature, art, music, geography, religion, science, and philosophy. The seminar series seeks to provide a regular interdisciplinary forum for postgraduate and early career researchers working on the eighteenth century to meet and discuss their research.
“Maritime Connections: History, Heritage and the Maritime Landscape”