Italy and the Post-colonial world.
Call for Papers
Tibet, Economic Development and the Affective Politics of Online State Media in the PRC
26 January 2022
The 57th Annual Northern Great Plains History Conference will be held 21-24 September 2022 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Society for Military History sponsors a full slate of sessions at NGPHC, and proposals for all types of military history are welcomed. Both individual proposals and session proposals are encouraged. For individuals, send a cv and short one-page proposal. For sessions, send a one-page session proposal, a short one-page proposal for each paper, and short cvs for all participants. Deadline for proposals is 5 April 2022.
The main purpose of international relations, which emerged after the First World War, has been to prevent wars and establish peace. Within the framework of these purposes, the League of Nations was established, but the fragile structure of the League of Nations could not prevent the outbreak of a new war. Although the international system did not face a new great war with the experience of the United Nations, instability continued in different regional subsystems.
"New capitalism", redistribution, and industrial policies: Shall we expect a major turn in economic policies under Prime Minister Kishida?
For the 9th European Workshops in International Studies, (Thessaloniki, 6-9 July 2022), I am co-organising a workshop on Temporality and International (dis)order (Workshop U). The submission portal is now open until 31 January 2022.
Organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg (iASK) and the Institute for Social and European Studies (ISES), in cooperation with the University of Pannonia, and the UNESCO Chair of Kőszeg.
Registration is open: the SWWRGNA's Third Research Workshop on Information at War will be held virtually over Zoom on 18-19 February 2022. The event will feature a keynote from Michael Graziano on his new book,
The James A. Barnes Club, Temple University's graduate student history organization, is pleased to announce the 27th Annual Barnes Club Graduate Student History Conference. The event will feature a keynote address from the chair of the history department at Macalester College, Dr. Walter Greason, author of International Segregation and Cities Imagined: The African Diaspora in Media and History.