The American Society for the History of Rhetoric (ASHR) invites submissions for the 2017 Dissertation Award. Dissertations must have been defended between September 11, 2016 and September 10, 2017 to be eligible. Required submission materials include an abstract, table of contents, one representative chapter, and a letter of recommendation from the dissertation advisor or a committee member. Do not send complete dissertations. Self-nominations are acceptable.
From 31.8.—2.9.2017, Martin Ott and Ralf Behrwald (University of Bayreuth, History Department/Prinz-Albert-Society, Coburg) are organizing a conference on:
„The reception of antiquity in Early Modern Times: Historiography and Antiquarianism in Britain and Germany compared“.
Koc University's Research Center for Anatolian Civilization (ANAMED) cordially invites you to its 2017 Fellows' Spring Workshops that will be held at Merkez Han between April 29 to May 13.
The workshops are open to public. All presentations will be in English.
British Art Studies
Issue 5 of the peer-reviewed, open access digital journal published by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and Yale Center for British Art is available now.
CFP (Deadline Extended)- APRIL 23, 2017
The workshop aims at highlighting current ways of interdisciplinary inquiry into Rabbinic Judaism and related traditions. It will also explore new paths of interdisciplinary research, specifically into religious education in the orbis mediterraneus and its environment in (late) antiquity.
The Jangseogak Archives at the Academy of Korean Studies invites applications for the 2017 fellowship program for international Koreanists. Founded as Royal library in early 20th century (now in the Academy of Korean Studies), the Jangseogak archives aims to stimulate and facilitate the use of the large collections of traditional Korean books and documents in both teaching and research. To this purpose, the Jangseogak Archives hosts a fellowship program for international visiting scholars with a view to encouraging development of international pre-modern Korean Studies.
Indiana University’s Art History Association seeks papers for its 27th annual graduate symposium: "Occupying the Ivory Tower." This year, we will create a constructive space for emerging academics and museum professionals to discuss and critique the very institutions we are training to inhabit. By challenging the notion of the “Ivory Tower,” we will examine the impact art and art history can have both inside and outside of the institutions that house them.
EXTENDED DEADLINE - 15th February 2017
LE STUDIUM CONFERENCES - CALL FOR PAPERS
THE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MORE RECENT PAST IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE: BETWEEN REJECTION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
20-22 June 2017
Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance (CESR), 59 Rue Néricault Destouches, 37000 Tours, France