The Peace History Society invites nominations (including self-nominations) for the Elise M. Boulding Prize. This prize, awarded biannually, carries a cash award of $500 and recognizes an outstanding English-language nonfiction book by a single author that has a substantial bearing on the field of peace history. To be eligible for this year’s prize, nominated books must have been published in 2017 or 2018. First books and dissertations are not eligible.
Since 1987-88, PHS has awarded the Charles DeBenedetti Prize biannually (in even years). The prize is awarded to the author of an outstanding English-language journal article, book chapter, or introduction on peace history. (To be eligible, book chapters must be published in an edited book; and introductions must be published in an edited book and must be article-length, be a “stand-alone” piece, and have the same scholarly attributes as a research article.) The prize carries a cash award of $500.
Local Alignments, Global Upheaval: Re-Imagining Peace, Legitimacy, Jurisdiction and Authority
Annual conference of the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) & Peace and Conflict Studies - Canadian Association (PACS-Can)
October 4-6, 2019 | Winnipeg, Canada
Proposal Submission Deadline: May 1, 2019
Draft Schedule Released: Early June, 2019
Early Bird Registration: June 1-July 15, 2019
The regimes of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany were bound by ideological, diplomatic, cultural, and eventually, military ties. Although those ties wove deep connections between the two countries, the histories of interwar Germany and Italy have largely been written following parallel lines. Attempts to compare the two countries are relatively few and present methodological problems.
Drew University: Dean Hopper Conference, 20-21 September, 2019:
Refugees, Citizenship, and Belonging: Towards a History of the Present
Call for Papers and Panel Proposals for the Co-IRIS section at the
13th Pan-European Conference on International Relations
11–14 September 2019, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review publishes high quality, peer reviewed articles in all major areas of political science including political theory, comparative politics, political sociology, public policy, international relations and global studies. Founded in 2001 and focusing particularly on Central Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, it welcomes contributions on a wide range of geographical areas and topics that aim to advance the field through both theoretical and empirical innovative studies.
1919: The Anticolonial Upsurge
13 March 2019, 18:00 to 19:30
King's College London War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)