Beyond Forgetting - 1938/2018 Verfolgung/Exil/Erinnerung Persecution/Exile/Memory
Programme of the 2018 Conference of the European Initiative on Security Studies (EISS), 21-22 June, Paris
72nd Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians
April 24-28, 2019 / Providence, Rhode Island
CFP: State of Emergency: Architecture, Urbanism, and World War One
Session Chairs: Erin Sassin, Middlebury College, and Sophie Hochhäusl, Harvard University
Studying the history of port cities and their relationship to maritime endeavour and enterprise is a diverse and interdisciplinary practice, which draws on research methods from literary studies, soci
II International Congress of Local History: Concept, Practices and Challenges in Contemporaneity
27 and 28 September 2018 | Casa da Baía, Setúbal (Portugal)
Recent critical representations of the workplace seem to leave little doubt about its gendered norms and conventions. Glass ceilings, the gender pay gap, leaky pipelines, old boys’ networks, calls for women to lean in (not to mention recurring reports of gendered harassment) all point to an assumption of male homosociability as an enduring norm in 21st century ‘work’.
We have just launched a business, Academic Consulting Services, which, alongside other work, offers a range of copy-editing services for Humanities and Social Sciences research.
When the German press made public that chancellor Angela Merkel held a portrait of the Russian empress Catherine II in her office some years ago, indignation among peers and observers immediately followed. For had Catherine’s reign– despite its Enlightenment aura – not been the embodiment of an absolutist and imperialist politics aimed at a ruthless expansion of territory?