The Cultural Inbetween:
CALL FOR FULL PAPERS
Jewish Studies scholars do not only use interdisciplinary methods, but are also involved in mul
This is the penultimate workshop of the series 'Creative history in the Classroom'. This workshop will explore feelings of creativity. Topics include affective creativity, critical crafting, emotions, creative assessments, objects and family collections. Read more about the series here:https://lucindamatthewsjones.com/2022/09/14/creative-history-in-the-clas...
The Centre for Modern Art and Theory at Masaryk University (Brno) invites to submit applications for a one-month Visiting Research Fellowship for 2023.
Based in Masaryk University’s Department of Art History, the mission of the Centre for Modern Art and Theory is to promote research and teaching in the fields of modern and contemporary art, visual culture, aesthetics, design and art criticism. It hosts several individual and joint research projects and organises a regular programme of events, including guest lectures, work in progress seminars and reading group.
Spain was no stranger to the polarization and agitations of the interwar decades. A coup d’état in 1936 unleashed a brutal civil war involving different political, social, cultural, and economic projects. The conflagration, which was not only fought out on the battlefield but also on the home front, represented an unprecedented trauma that shaped Spanish history.
Health Sciences and the Social: Health and Social Mobilization, 1950-2020s
Responding to Infectious Diseases: Subalternity, Agency, and Ownership (1899 to 2022)
(Panel Proposal for Canadian Association of African Studies 2023)