ASE 2018: Eros, Sexuality, and Embodiment in Esoteric Traditions
The Association for the Study of Esotericism (ASE) is seeking paper and panel proposals for its seventh International North American Conference on Esotericism to be held at Rice University, in Houston, Texas, May 24-27, 2018.
The Religious Diversity and University Responses project at CRASSH (University of Cambridge) is delighted to share details of twelve Early Career Researcher scholarships for the project’s first Summer School.
Click here to view the video trailer for the 2018 Summer School.
We are looking for additional scholars to form a panel examining the 1968 U.S. elections at the 2018 Policy History Conference. We are still looking for up to two more presenters and a chair.
Counter-Revolution and the Making of Conservatism(s)
Transnationalism and the circulation of conservative ideas from the mid-seventeenth century until the First World War
14 and 15 June 2018
Soeterbeeck conference centre, Ravenstein, Netherlands
Matthijs Lok (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Alicia Montoya (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen), Juliette Reboul (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)
University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 25 May – 28 May, 2018
You are invited to submit proposals for papers to be given at the CAUTG annual meeting at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan. Papers presenting original, unpublished research on any topic or period of German-language literature, cinema, cultural studies, linguistics and language pedagogy are welcome, in English, French, or German. We also welcome proposals in related fields (e.g., history, art history, philosophy, musicology, education) provided they have German content.
Images and Ideas of Europe from the Mediterranean Shores
9th Annual Symposium of the
Research Network on the History of the Idea of Europe
Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici - Naples
4-6 July 2018
French Cultural Studies
'France as a Laboratory of Culture': An International Workshop
7 September 2018
New York City
We realise that our previous Call for Papers was too narrowly framed both chronologically and
geographically for inclusion of ongoing good work on the theme of France and Cultural
Invention. Accordingly, we have revised the CFP.
Mindful of the international readership of French Cultural Studies, the Editorial Board is
planning a one-day workshop to be held on Friday 7 September 2018 at the Maison Francaise
How did Europe’s most prestigious institutions of learning experience warfare during the turmoil of the Sixteenth Century? Warfare could be an indirect or direct threat to their survival as well as an opportunity from which to profit; it was certainly a major topic of reflection, discussion, and argument within these institutions.