People, Politics, and Purpose: Biography and the Structure(s) of Canada since 1939
We will hold an international seminar on the Asia-Pacific studies on 26 May 2018 (Saturday) at Osaka University (Toyonaka Campus). We have the honor to have Dr. Henna-Rikka Pennanen at Osaka University. Her seminar paper will be ready (1 week prior to the seminar) which is available only for participants. We are also looking for discussants. If you are willing to attend either as participants or as discussants, please let me know. Yone Sugita: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Security Studies at Yale invites junior scholars (doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows) conducting research on international security and grand strategy to submit papers for presentation at the Yale Brady-Johnson International Security Studies Research Workshop to be held on September 21–22, 2018.
California State University at Channel Islands, Camarillo, California, and the History Department are pleased to announce that it will host a conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I on November 8th and 9th, 2018. The focus of the conference is Imperial Implosions: The Global Implications of World War I. We are looking for papers dealing with any aspect of the World War I in Asia, Africa, America, Europe, Latin America or elsewhere where there were significant historical implications and reverberations.
The post-Cold War international relations have been much linked to the process of globalization. The massive trade liberalization agreement among states has resulted in the diminishing boundaries and the growing interconnectivity among states which in the end created a complex web of economic interdependence.
The Editorial Board of the Journal of Russian American Studies (JRAS) is pleased to announce the publication of volume 2, number 1 (2018)! This issue features articles by Norman Saul, Elena Yushkova, and Vladimir Noskov. It also includes book reviews and field notes.
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The Network for the Study of Civilians, Soldiers, and Society (NSCSS)
HOTCUS Annual Postgraduate & Early Career Conference: ‘The Uses and Abuses of the American Past’
Saturday, 20 October 2018, The University of Nottingham
This "Study in America" program offers fourteen-day field trip to Washington DC for students seeking to carry out original research among the documents uniquely avilable at the U.S. National Archives and Library of Congress. In our second year, this program offers promising student-historians (undergraduates, graduates) research opportunities and site visits eo enrich their understanding of U.S. and global history during the Cold War. With Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Gökser Gökçay as co-director this summer, we are accepting applications until the end of this month.