Update January 2018: The organisers of ‘War and the University in the Sixteenth Century’ are delighted to announce that they are now able to offer travel bursaries to enable graduate students and early career scholars to attend this conference. In your application to Dr Rester, please mention that you would like to be considered for such a bursary.
Call for Submissions
The 2018 SNELL PRIZE IN EUROPEAN HISTORY
The European History Section of the Southern Historical Association
Deadline: August 1, 2018
PhD opportunities and scholarships at the University of Hull
The Languages section of the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures at the University of Hull is pleased to advertise the following PhD opportunities and scholarships:
1) PhD scholarship project:
Identity, Internationalism and Language Learning on Screen: Foreign Language TV programmes in the UK Context
The 2018 French PhD Program’s Annual Conference at the Graduate Center, City University of New York
March 23, 2018
Call for papers
Haunted History in France and America: When the Ghosts of Slavery Resurface
Call for Papers: Francophone Louisiana’s International Relations (April 1, 2018)
Francophone Louisiana’s International Relations
Vernacular: New Connections in Language, Literature, & Culture is a peer-reviewed journal
organized by the graduate students in the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and
Literatures at the University of Tennessee. It is dedicated to sharing current academic
investigations and creative works of master’s and doctoral students in comparable disciplines
from universities across the globe.
Navigating the Grey Zone: Complicity, Resistance and Solidarity, University of Edinburgh, Deadline for Applications 15 December 2017
Nearly one century after the appearance of the Cours de linguistique générale the Swiss linguist and semiologist Ferdinand de Saussure is still considered as the ›revolutionary founder‹ of structuralism. Especially his role as ›author‹ of the Cours de linguistique générale contributed to this vision. The Cours was published three years after his death in 1916 and had a spectacular literary reception, probably making it the most quoted linguistic book of the twentieth century.