Humanities & The Future Symposium: Humanities and Democracy
Frontier: Exploring Boundaries in the History of Art and Architecture
Submissions Due: November 30, 2018
Symposium Date: March 2, 2019
EXTENDED DEADLINE: 15 NOVEMBER
This three week NEH summer seminar will focus on the history of the Underground Railroad in North America from origins of slavery to the Reconstruction Era.Class time each morning will be spent on intensive study of key primary and secondary texts on the seminar topics. There will be daily pedagogical sessions on classroom application of the areas of study. Field trips will travel to Auburn, New York, Seneca Fall, Rochester, New York then to Albany, New York, Northampton, Massachusetts, Middelbury, Vermont, North Elba, New York.
Call for Papers: UCLA 2019 Im Conference of Korean Christianity
The UCLA Center for Korean Studies is pleased to announce that the 2019 Im Conference of Korean Christianity will be held at 10383 Bunche Hall on April 26 – 27, 2019.
Call for Papers
.No Registration Fee.
Hosted by: International Communities Organisation (NGO in London) and New England Journal of Public Policy.
Title: Re-thinking Self-determination
We invite scholars from any discipline to submit their abstracts that address the self-determination in the 21st Century. Re-thinking Self-determination consists of a panel discussion and an open access e-book, which will be an edited collection published by ICO Research Centre and the New England Journal of Public Policy.
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Modern European History
University of Southern Mississippi
The University of Southern Mississippi School of Humanities invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in modern European history, excluding Britain and Russia. The search is open as to sub-specialty, but scholars with expertise in the history of sexuality, or Europe and the World, and interests in online pedagogy are especially encouraged to apply.
Abstract length: 200 words
Abstract submission deadline: November 18, 2018
The Activist History Review invites proposals for its series “Marginalized Voices in Academia,” which features personal essays by scholars from marginalized communities about their experiences in academia.
Academia is often portrayed by conservative media as a haven for liberals, radicals, and social outcasts. While academia can sometimes be a safe space for individuals facing the inequities of their larger society, however, it often replicates those inequities, whether deliberately or unthinkingly, within the ivory tower.
“(Re)defining the Intersection: Hong Kong Textuality”
Interdisciplinary 1-day Conference at The University of Sheffield
25th January 2019
Abstract submission deadline November 10th 2018
With keynote readings from Professor Wu Ka-ming and Dr Michael Tsang