Call for Papers – Join organised panel: Infrastructures Pasts & Futures
Call for Papers: History Lab Annual Postgraduate Conference
Tuesday 4th June 2019
The conclusion of the so-called “unequal treaties” between Euro-American powers and East Asian states brought a growing number of foreigners to China, Korea and Japan. Treaty ports and foreign settlements such as Shanghai, Tianjin, Harbin, Jemulpo, Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama, as well as the British colony of Hong Kong and the German lease of Jiaozhou, developed into lively trading centres.
Southeast Asian travelogues and global Asia
We are very excited to announce our World History Workshop Graduate Conference 2019, "Liminal Borders: Constructing and Deconstructing Borders in World History", which will take place in Cambridge from 17-18 May 2019.
Globalization has brought the world together by creating a new scope for sharing commonalities. But human history has always witnessed conflicts among global communities due to differences. An array of global conflicts has been creating numerous events of diaspora for the last few centuries. Not only diasporic event influences the sociopolitical condition of a country, but also it plays a vital role in reshaping the cultural existence of a social life. Mediation between identities, ambivalence regarding the self, conforming to the hybridity, etc.
Call for Papers
Workshop: “Globalising French Jewish Politics”
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 2-3 July 2019
Call for Chapter Contributions
The SocialMediaLab@GSC invites essay submissions for a workshop on social media methodologies to be held at Pratt Institute on March 26th, 2019. The workshop aims to bring together scholars pursuing research on social media phenomena within the US and globally. We are particularly interested in papers that explore both ethnographic and critical visual methodologies in analyzing social media practices that address issues of social justice.