Seeking scholars to join a panel on the formative experiences of southern women activists for the November 2019 meeting of the Southern Historical Association in Louisville, Kentucky. Current panelists explore the coming-of-age experiences of African American lawyer Elreta Alexander and social work educator Sophonisba Breckinridge. Seeking chair/commentator and additional panelist. Deadline for submission is Sept. 15, 2018. Please contact Anya Jabour by Sept. 10, 2018.
Tim Cole, Dan Stone & Gábor Kádár
Mon 22 Oct 2018
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Every tenth victim of the Holocaust was a Hungarian citizen, a victim group constituting half a million people. Among them, more than one hundred thousand were children and teenagers. Most of their names and stories are unknown. Although Anne Frank, one of the most well-known victims of the Holocaust, was herself a child, the perspectives and experiences of child victims (Hungarians and others) are often marginal in mainstream Holocaust research, education and remembrance.
Robin P. Chapdelaine and Lara Putnam are seeking contributors for an edited collection or journal special issue focused on child labor during the years leading up to independence in various colonies. We invite scholars to submit a 400 word abstract and CV to email@example.com by November 2nd, 2018. The 2-day workshop will be held March 29th-30th.
Queens in Waiting: Potential and Prospective Queens, Ambitions and Expectations
We are seeking proposals for essays to be included in a proposed volume on ‘Queens in Waiting’ to be submitted to the Queenship and Power series. The collection seeks to explore the processes of becoming or attempting (successfully or not) to become queen through a collection of case studies of individual women or comparative groupings of women. Potential topics could include but are not limited to:
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The International Conference on Innovations in Teaching and Learning (ICITL-2018) being organized by the Department of Education, International Islamic University Islamabad, invites papers from academicians, researchers, educationists and experts working in NGOs/INGOs.
Justin G. Schiller Prize
Endowed by Justin G. Schiller, a dealer in antiquarian children’s books and past member of the BSA Council, the Schiller Prize for Bibliographical Work on Pre-20th-Century Children’s Books is intended to encourage scholarship in the bibliography of historical children’s books. It brings a cash award of $3,000 and a year’s membership in the Society.
2nd World Conference on Education will be Held on 28th and 29th November 2018 at Colombo - Sri Lanka. The deadline for abstracts in on the 30th August 2018 and we would like to invite you to submit your research study to the WCEDU 2018. The theme of the conference in 2018 is "Modern Education for the World of Future"
Visit our website for more information and If you need any further information about the conference, do not hesitate to contact me.