I am soliciting essays for the fourth volume of The Conversos and Moriscos in Early Modern Spain (a peer-review series published by Brill Academic Press). The essays should be on an aspect of New Christian socio-religious non-conformism, and between 6,000 and 10,000 words, including footnotes. Those interested in submitting an essay for the publication should send a five hundred word abstract to Kevin Ingram: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual Social History Society Conference is the largest gathering of social and cultural historians in the UK, held every year since 1976. Over more than four decades, our members have transformed historical research, inspired challenging work and explored the many ways in which our social worlds are made, imagined, shared and shattered.
CFP: Visualizing Blackness in Latin America and the Caribbean, 16th to 19th centuries
29th May, Institute of Latin American Studies, School of Advanced Study, London
Keynote speakers: Dr. Tamara J. Walker, University of Toronto & Prof. Alejandro de la Fuente, Harvard University
We invite submissions for an interdisciplinary panel (or panels) that will explore the entangled histories of animals---human and nonhuman---in the German-speaking lands. Over the last two decades, scholars have moved towards a more inclusive approach to history that incorporates all “animals in their historical significance. (Gesine Krüger, Aline Steinbrecher, und Clemens Wischermann, eds., Tiere und Geschichte: Konturen einer Animate History, 2014, p.
—a core program conference organized by Sarah Tindal Kareem, University of California, Los Angeles, and Davide Panagia, University of California, Los Angeles
Digital Defoe Journal is seeking papers for its next issue (Issue 10.1, Fall 2018). Articles that explore any area relating to Defoe and/or his contemporaries are welcome!
In addition to traditional scholarly papers, we welcome essays on fresh pedagogical approaches to the works of Defoe and his contemporaries. We also particularly encourage the submission of innovative digital and multimedia projects.
A Cultural History of the Universe in the Renaissance (1450-1700) will be an edited volume in a six-volume series published by Bloomsbury Publishing, expected in August 2020. This series will be a part of Bloomsbury’s The Cultural History Series. For more information, see: https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/series/the-cultural-histories-series/
Registration is now open for the 'Loyalty to the British Monarcchs, c.1400-1688' conference, to be held at the University of Nottingham on Wednesday 24th January. The conference is free to attend and includes refreshments and a lunch, but we ask that delegates register through the conference website, which provides more information and a conference programme.
The conference convenors are Dr Matthew Ward and Matthew Hefferan.
The Institute for Historical Studies at The University of Texas at Austin
is pleased to announce its 2018-2019 theme, ”Genealogies of Freedom”
The IEG awards fellowships for international junior researchers in history, theology and other historical subjects. The IEG promotes research on the historical foundations of Europe from the early modern period to 1989/90, particularly regarding their religious, political and social dimensions. Projects dealing with European communication and transfer processes as well as projects focusing on questions related to theology, church history and intellectual history are particularly welcome.
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