Revised Call for Papers and New Deadline - “II International Conference on Bartolomé de Las Casas.”
American Comparative Literature Association 2019 Annual Meeting
Please find below and attached a Call for Papers for a series of panels curated by the Performance and Memory Working Group within the forthcoming Memory Studies Association conference in Madrid in 2019.
Call for Papers
Performance and Memory Working Group
Third Annual Memory Studies Association Conference
25th-28th June 2019, Madrid, Spain
In print for 50 years, Terrae Incognitae focuses on the history of exploration and is published by Taylor and Francis. Over the years, the journal has expanded from one to two issues per year, plus a thematic online-only edition.
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.
Manuscript, Print and Publication Cultures in South Asia: From the 19th Century to the Present is a symposium organized by the Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (ISTB) of the University of Vienna together with the Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia (IKGA), of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture is launching a collaborative and multidisciplinary research project on architecture’s complex developments in sub-Saharan African countries after independence. This project asks, first, how to understand architecture’s historical role in decolonization, neocolonialism, globalization, and their manifestations across the continent, at local and regional scales; and, second, how this understanding can challenge established methods and disciplinary conventions of architectural and urban studies.
California, Hawaii, and Northwest World History Associations
The Society of Global Scholars is proud to announce it's 3rd conference, Transgressing Fortified Borders, to be held at the University of California, Santa Barbara February 22nd and 23rd, 2019. This free graduate student-run conference looks to broaden the fields of inquiry in Global Studies while providing a platform for underrepresented perspectives. We are now accepting 150-200 word abstracts by October 1st, 2018 on topics engaging in the exploration and/or disruption of imposed local and global borders . Graduate and Undergraduate Students are welcome to submit.