Call for Chapter Proposals
Nordic Medievalisms: Vikings and Their World in Popular Culture (Papers Session MAPACA 2020)
Medieval Monsters Now (Papers Session MAPACA 2020)
In historical research, there are now numerous studies devoted to digital change in Europe. The term “digital change” is used to cover all the structural adjustment processes – political, economic, social and cultural – that society is undergoing both as a result of and in response to the progressive introduction of digital technology to our everyday lives.
This panel seeks to investigate cross-cultural and intercultural exchanges in British literature produced by men and women who traveled to and from the Americas (North, Central, and South) during the long 19th century (1750-1900).
Queenship in Modern Europe
Edited by Charles Beem and Arianne Chernock
The University of Edinburgh, in association with the National Library of Scotland, will be hosting a free online Conference 20-21 November, 2020. Submissions are invited by 20 August, 2020. November 2020 marks the centenary of the first meeting of the Assembly of the League of Nations in Geneva.
New British Jewish Web Platform
With the intention of creating new conversations and opportunities to publish in the UK Jewish media to promote books and other creative work or to respond to an issue currently exists, we are looking to set up a new an online public-facing *nonacademic* forum, for academics, intellectuals, creatives, and others to disseminate their work more widely, contribute to contemporary debates, respond to issues in a timely fashion, and maybe it could become a news service.
Women's History Scotland Leah Leneman Essay Prize
Women's History Scotland awards a bi-annual prize of £100 for a new essay in the field of Scottish women's and gender history. The prize was established in 2000 to celebrate the work of Leah Leneman, one of the foremost historians of women in Scotland, and we wish to acknowledge the important work of Leah Leneman and to encourage new women's and gender gistorians to publish and to continue researching and writing on Scottish women's and gender history.