Our CfP period is still on for the Medworlds9 workshop to discuss Politics, Trade and Culture in the Late Medieval Anatolia and Iberia to be held in Istanbul on 01-02 July. To watch visual call for papers for the event please click on
The Problem of Piracy II: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Plunder by Sea across the World from the Ancient to the Modern
4-6 August 2021, Online Conference
Marine Corps History journal is accepting submissions of scholarly articles focused on new and unique research into the Marine Corps’ history for the next two issues and beyond. The editors also maintain a list of books available for review.
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on “Contact Before Columbus.”
At some point in our distant past, Earth’s two major continental groups--the so-called “old” and “New” worlds-- lost contact with one another, and would not restore that contact for some ten thousand years. Since then, much has been said about the alleged “discovery” of the New World, with a clear image of who got here first yet to emerge.
Join Dr Liam Benison to explore one of the earliest European accounts of Australia, and how the silencing of Aboriginal perspectives in colonial histories can be overcome.
Speaker: Dr Liam Benison
Paper Title: Ten Sailors and Five ‘Men of Esteem’: Understanding a Dutch Account of ‘Aboriginal Australia’ in 1658