Frame & aim:
Dr Alexander Avram has won IIJG’s Chava Agmon Prize for Jewish Genealogy
"Global Cultures of Antifascism, 1920–2016," a special issue of Fascism.
Call for Submissions
The 2018 SNELL PRIZE IN EUROPEAN HISTORY
The European History Section of the Southern Historical Association
Deadline: August 1, 2018
Exhibiting Contemporary History is a one-year part-time postgraduate certificate programme offered by Friedrich Schiller University Jena in cooperation with the Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation. It is a part of the Europäisches Kolleg Jena: Representing the 20th Century.
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Ideas of Poverty in the Age of Enlightenment
Strand Campus, King’s College London, 5–6 September 2018
Convenors: Niall O’Flaherty (KCL) and Robin Mills (UCL)
Every December issue of the Metacritic Journal for Comparative Studies and Theory is a non-themed collection of papers, welcoming contributions which detail results of conceptual and analytical work, as well as reviews of books published 3 years in advance, the earliest. Would-be contributors are invited to send articles illustrating the complexities of their field of choice, engaging with literary and cultural theory so as to promote reading in a customized framework that privileges interdisciplinarity and self-reflection.
The Paulsen Programme hosted by the International History Dept at LSE will provide up to 15 fellowships for early and mid-career historians in Russian academic and educational institutions each year from 2018/19 to 2022/23 to Russian historians whose research requires them to work in foreign archives and libraries. The 1-3 month fellowships are open to all historians in Russia who are working on the period from the mid seventeenth century down to 1918, including historians of Russia and of other regions of the world. Applications are invited for fellowships for the academic year starting
The GHI Internship Program gives American and German students of history, political science, and library studies an opportunity to gain experience at a scholarly research institute. Interns assist individual research projects, work for the library, take part in the preparation and hosting of conferences, and help with our publications and digital projects. The program is very flexible: the GHI tries to accommodate the interns' interests, abilities, and goals. A two-month minimum stay is required; a three months stay is preferred. There is a rolling review of applications.