A Modern History of Politics and Violence is a book series, published by Bloomsbury, which promotes scholarship scrutinising the diverse histories of political violence in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, across the globe.
Call for Papers for a Double-volume Special Issue of Nidān
Knowledge loss, bondage and regrets in post-contact societies
Faculty of arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
9-13 December 2018
4 PhD three-year fellowships in Global History of Empires, an international joint program between the University of Turin and the National Research University - Higher School of Economics (St. Petersburg and Moscow)
The relationship between knowledge production and governance has been at the centre of research on the Spanish Empire for some years. Recent works by Arndt Brendecke, Antonio Barrera-Osorio and Daniela Bleichmar, among others, show the productivity of such approaches. One consensus reached by many recent works seems to be that information was produced and collected by various actors and institutions within the empire, but not necessarily put to use by the governing bodies in Spain.
The National Trust for Scotland is pleased to invite papers for the first Morton Photography Symposium, to be held on Tuesday 9th April, 2019 at Broughton House & Garden, Kirkcudbright:
The emergence of Diaspora Studies as an academic discipline is closely linked to the disintegration of the key elements in the original diaspora narrative.
(University of Manchester// November 30th, 2018// 9:30 am- 4:30 pm)