International Security Studies at Yale invites junior scholars (doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows) conducting research on international security and grand strategy to submit papers for presentation at the Yale Brady-Johnson International Security Studies Research Workshop to be held on September 21–22, 2018.
California State University at Channel Islands, Camarillo, California, and the History Department are pleased to announce that it will host a conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I on November 8th and 9th, 2018. The focus of the conference is Imperial Implosions: The Global Implications of World War I. We are looking for papers dealing with any aspect of the World War I in Asia, Africa, America, Europe, Latin America or elsewhere where there were significant historical implications and reverberations.
Close Encounters in War Journal – n. 1
Now in its 41st year, the Latin and Palaeography Summer School at Keele University provides expert training, in small groups, for those who need to learn how to read and translate documents in medieval Latin.
CFP: Discuss-a-Doc posts for www.GlobalMaritimeHistory.com
Very often, historians and scholars find documents that very cool, but they don't necessarily have a venue in which to talk about it. GlobalMaritimeHistory has created the 'Discuss-a-Doc' series of guest blogs to provide researchers with an opportunity to talk about those documents.
ROMANTICISM IN THE AGE OF WORLD WARS
Recent scholarship has productively situated romanticism against the background of ongoing global wars (Bainbridge, Shaw). It has also shown how the romantic experiences of total war (Mieszkowski) and of a weirdly mundane wartime (Favret) have decisively shaped modern conceptions of war.
International Conference on War and I
The extended deadline for submissions for the Armistice & Aftermath symposium is coming up on May 1. Please submit a proposal or contact us with inquiries by that time.