The Waterloo Centre for German Studies is pleased to announce grants to support initiatives aimed at diversifying German studies and making it more inclusive. This will be of interest to programs, instructors, faculty members, and graduate students who are pursuing projects that will facilitate diversity and inclusion in scholarship, teaching, and public outreach. This opportunity is available to scholars at Canadian universities.
Young PoC Activism in East Germany: Reclaiming Identity and Political Space
Women in German 2021: Poster Session (deadline: April 1, 2021)
This international conference explores the history and music of the Moravians (Herrnhuter, Unitas Fratrum) in a worldwide context from the 15th to 21st centuries.
The GHI awards short-term research fellowships to European and North American doctoral students as well as postdoctoral scholars to pursue research projects that draw upon primary sources principally located in North America. We are particularly interested in research projects that fit into the following fields:
The international strengthening of the authoritarian right is increasingly mobilising its opponents.
The CRRS would like to welcome you to the fifth instalment of the Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum for the 2020-21 academic year. Please find information on the speakers and their talks below.
Tiffany Hoffman PhD, Department of English, McGill University; CRRS Fellow
“Theologies of Eros and Consumption in A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
CFP for a panel in the Modernist Studies Association’s Annual Conference on MIGRATION
Chicago, November 4-7, 2021
"Arts of Migration" in German Modernism
Social Networks and Social Diseases in French, German, and Spanish Contexts post-1900
CFP for SAMLA 2021--SAMLA 93, taking place on November 4-6, 2021, in Atlanta, GA (https://samla.memberclicks.net/callsforpapers)
Social Networks, Social Diseases : This panel invites contributions that explore literary texts, cultural objects, films and other forms of material culture originally written or produced in Spanish, German, or French since 1900. Comparative contributions are also encouraged.