For over a century, scholars have wrestled with how to imagine, explain, and convey geographical space.
American Society for Environmental History -- Annual Conference 2020
March 25-29, 2020, Ottawa, Ontario
Call for Paper and Panel Proposals -- Deadline for Submissions: July 12, 2019
The Istanbul Policy Center-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative would like to announce the Call for Papers for the conference on “Exploring the Dimensions of Refugee Inclusion: Social Structures, Institutions and Strategies” which will take place on November 28-29, 2019 in Istanbul.
CFP: An Outsider's Perspective? Early Modern Depictions of Cities by Immigrants and Travelers
A focus on Afghan globalism yields a very different story. Viewed as an expansive space that accommodated varying kinds of networks that crisscrossed the region and the globe, rather than a static collection of tribes or ethnic groups, Afghanistan can no longer be understood as isolated from the global circulation of modern politics. The national lens is imperfect everywhere. But in the case of Afghanistan it has obscured diverse interconnections that linked Afghans to a wider modernity. - Dr. Robert Crews (Professor of History, Stanford University)
We are excited to announce the Call for Papers for Violent Spaces, the annual PGR conference of the Landscape, Space and Place Group, which will be held on the 9th of September at the University of Nottingham. Spatial violence is an expansive concept which covers a range of environmental, social, political, economic and historical phenomena. As such, what is offered here is merely an insight into the way in which spatial violence might act upon and shape our contemporary world.
20th Annual International Graduate Student Conference on Transatlantic History
Neighbourhoods are the essential building blocks of the urban landscape.