The ninth biennial meeting of the International Feuchtwanger Society (IFS) will take place on October 17-20, 2019 in Munich. The conference is jointly organized by the Munich City Archive in conjunction with the NS Documentation Center Munich, the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, and the International Feuchtwanger Society.
Brazil as a product of Portuguese colonization and the political processes of the modern and contemporary period is a nation whose identity, similarly to the rest of American nations, has been mostly built recurring to a post-medieval past. This characteristic, however, did not preclude Brazilian historical culture from incorporating elements of the European and especially Portuguese Middle Ages, which in turn influenced the image that Brazilians created about themselves.
We invite papers for this conference to be held at the Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town on 23-24 April 2019.
German Studies Association Annual Conference, Oct. 3-6, 2019, Portland, OR, USA
Date: 12–13 October 2019
Call for Papers: Eurasian Parliamentary Practices and Political Mythologies: Duma, Rada, Khural, Legislative Yuan, and Beyond (Deadline: January 31, 2019)
June 17–18, 2019
University of Heidelberg
Organizers: Ivan Sablin (Heidelberg) and Egas Moniz Bandeira (Madrid)
The University of Heidelberg invites paper proposals for the Workshop “Eurasian Parliamentary Practices and Political Mythologies: Duma, Rada, Khural, Legislative Yuan, and Beyond” to take place on June 17–18, 2019.
The Alliance of Civilizations Institute at Ibn Haldun University is pleased to announce the second international graduate student conference.
This interdisciplinary graduate conference aims to give early career scholars, Phd-students and Master students the opportunity to present their academic research to peers and senior academics.
We are seeking proposals for articles to be included in an edited collection on Western art music and historical materialism (title and publisher TBC).
Submissions of proposals to Dr Jeremy Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd February 2019. Decisions to be communicated by early April 2019. Any queries about the Call for Proposals and the book project may be addressed to Dr Coleman.
Proposals should be between 500 and 1000 words in length.
Call for Papers to the University of Edinburgh’s Centre of African Studies (ECAS) 2019 Conference "Africa: Connections and Disruptions" taking place in Edinburgh from the 11-14 June 2019.
Changing Structural Conditions in the Periphery: African Connections and Disruptions within the Global Economy
Seeking panelists and/or chair for AHA 2020. The panel will focus on the role of ideas about totalitarianism in shaping US foreign policies and political identities in the 20th and 21st centuries. This panel address two key questions: 1. What are the policy consequences of framing another state, society, or ideology as totalitarian? 2. How have encounters with and understandings of totalitarianism shaped political identities in the United States? Scholars of the following fields/topics may be particularly well-suited to this panel: authoritarianism, totalitarianism, U.S.