The Activist History Review invites proposals for our June 2018 issue, “Meet the Supremes: Law and the Courts.”
Call for Paper Proposals:
Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reform: 21st Century Solutions for 20th Century Problems
Call for Papers: Money, Migration, and Morality
Where: MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
When: 10th-12th September 2018,
Convenor: Dr. Lior Erez, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Tel Aviv University
Deadline: 24th May 2018
This "Study in America" program offers fourteen-day field trip to Washington DC for students seeking to carry out original research among the documents uniquely avilable at the U.S. National Archives and Library of Congress. In our second year, this program offers promising student-historians (undergraduates, graduates) research opportunities and site visits eo enrich their understanding of U.S. and global history during the Cold War. With Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Gökser Gökçay as co-director this summer, we are accepting applications until the end of this month.
The association The European Society for History of Law is the publisher of the Journal on European History of Law which is published 2x per year. It is assigned for law-historians and Romanists that want to share with their colleagues the results of their research in this field.
At the same time, reviews of books with historical themes are being published. You can also find there information about the happenings in the field of law-history.
International Conference on War and I
Call for Papers:
Criminalising Violent Pasts: Multiple Roots and Forgotten Pathways 1950s-2010s
(London South Bank University, 15-16 November 2018)
How does artistic production shape our understanding of America’s carceral state and render its crisis visible? Join us for a conversation with Ruby Tapia, Nicole Fleetwood, and Moliere Dimanche on issues of aesthetics, visibility, and photography vis-a-vis American prisons.
Transitions from war to peace have been one of the most fertile grounds for contemporary historical analysis in the last twenty years. In this last year of the Great War centenary, the “end of the conflict” topic (as well as the possible or impossible “return” to peace) will be the discussion focus among specialists in the 1914-1918 period. However, the numerous forms of war-exit are difficult to understand through a short-term perspective.