The Faculty of Economics at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) with the participation of the Centre of Latin American Studies at the University of Cambridge will host the Winter School on the Global South from 02-06 September 2019.
Complexity and the City – Life, Design and Commerce in the Built Environment
Anthropocene River Campus: The Human Delta
November 10-16, 2019
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Deadline: May 6, 2019
A one-week educational event within the framework of Mississippi. An Anthropocene River in collaboration with the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, Tulane University
CALL FOR REVIEWS. Literary Cartographics, a new pedagogical and multidisciplinary online product, is now being beta-tested and seeks reviews and comments from scholars in literature, geography, history, cultural, and world studies. Literary Cartographics are hand-crafted maps depicting literary locations with clickable pop-up editorial pages that explain the location’s significance. The collection of maps is a teaching aid that allows students to locate and learn about the sense of place and time in literary works.
Special Issue Call for Papers
[Black] Cuban Revolutionaries Today
Special Issue Editor:
Lisa Brock (Kalamazoo College)
MEDIATING THE SPATIALITY OF CONFLICTS
(6-8 November 2019, Delft)
Borders & Territories Research Group
Deadline for Abstracts Submission: 15 May 2019
Call for Contributions (to an edited volume):
The Smith Center is pleased to announce that the twentieth series of the Kenneth Nebenzahl, Jr., Lectures in the History of Cartography will be held at the Newberry Library on Thursday, November 7 through Saturday, November 9, 2019. This year’s series, titled Redrawing the World: 1919 and the History of Cartography, commemorates the Centennial of the landmark Paris Peace Conference that led to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The series is being organized this year by Peter Nekola (Philosophy, Luther College).
I am seeking a Big Berks panel to join or build anew around women, visual art, and gendered environments. I focus on US-Mexico women artists, but any geographic region or medium would be great. Thanks so much! Tabitha Morgan tam023@PhilaU.edu
Big Berks 2020 deadline is extended to March 24th