The 68th annual meeting of the New York State Association of European Historians will be held at D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY on October 5-6, 2018. We invite proposals for papers on any topic in European history or Europe's relationships with the wider global community. We strongly encourage graduate student participation and welcome panels and proposals on work(s) in progress.
We are a panel of two PhD students in history looking for a third to complete our panel for AHA 2019. Our presentations are about the Russian and Ottoman empires in 1750-1850, and we hope to find an individual with similar interests in population control, mobility, peasantry, etc. in any other state or region.
If interested, please let us know as soon as possible.
Andrey Gornostaev and Onder Akgul
14-16.06.2018, Tuebingen (Germany)
The Historical Institute of the University of Wrocław and the Institute of National Remembrance in Wrocław are honoured to invite you to participate in an international conference titled The end of the empires. Formation of post-war order in Central and Eastern Europe in 1918-1923, to be held in Wrocław on 22-23 November 2018. The starting point for the discussion will be the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and the restoration of Poland’s independence.
The transdisciplinary “Lehmann-Haupt International Doctoral Programme” is a joint project between Ilia State University Tbilisi (ISU) and Georg-August-University of Göttingen (UGOE). The structured programme offers PhD positions in several science fields. Commencing in April 2018 the participating PhD students will undergo Cotutelle-based supervision and conduct doctoral studies at ISU in Tbilisi/Georgia and UGOE in Göttingen/Germany.
During the 2018 ASEEES Convention in Boston (Nov 6-9, 2018), POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is organizing a panel devoted to Jewish national and cultural autonomy in East Central Europe. The panel is to be organized as a part of the Global education Outreach Program (GEOP). It will be chaired by prof. Antony Polonsky with prof. Konrad Zieliński as a discussant. We are inviting a scholar who would like to contribute to the panel with a paper on the autonomy of Ukrainian, Soviet (Birobidzhan) or Romanian Jews.
As Secretary of the Slovak Studies Association and co-program chair of the Czechoslovak Studies Association, I encourage you to contact me if you would like to coordinate on proposals for the November 2018 conference of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Boston in the general area of Czech and Slovak studies. Both Associations have the right to forward one sponsored panel to the program committee, and in addition, if you have an individual paper or an incomplete panel, I would be happy to let you know of any scholar who contacts me with a paper or
The Center for Interdisciplinary Polish Studies (ZIP) in Frankfurt Oder/Słubice will hold its the fifth annual Summer School of Interdisciplinary Polish and German Studies from June 4 - July 13, 2018. This six week program is designed for up to 30 university-level (post-doctoral, doctoral, graduate or advanced undergraduate) researchers interested in Polish/German studies broadly defined.