Call for Submissions: Journal of Austrian Studies Graduate Student Essay Prize 2023
The 2023 Journal of Austrian Studies Graduate Student Essay Prize seeks to highlight exceptional scholarship from students and early career scholars that presents new perspectives on the history, literature and culture of Austria, Austro-Hungary, and the former Habsburg territories.
Submissions may be informed by a wide range of thematic and theoretical approaches including (but not limited to): History, Literary studies, Biography, Disability Studies, Environmental Studies, Ethnicity and Nationality Studies, Film and Media Studies, Gender, Queer, and Trans
International Conference "Branding Mediterranean Europe: Tourism, Transport, and National Identity, 1945-1990"
In the last 60 years, the number of tourists in European Mediterranean countries has multiplied exponentially. In these countries, tourism is one of the largest service industries, therefore building a successful, destination brand is of major concern for the economy. It has also, however, societal and ideational consequences. Competing for the same ‘product’ of tourism on a global scale forms a huge part of nation branding. The narrative and imagery of a country’s attractions feeds into the construction and revamping of national identities.
Lessons of the Cold War? - Visegrad Scholarship at the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives
Research theme within the Visegrad Scholarships at OSA in 2023/24
Lessons of the Cold War?
FROM THE GRAND TOUR TO ORIENT-EXPRESS: CURIOSITY, EXPLORATION, SOCIABILITY
Colloquium 25-26 mars 2024
Seminar: Inequality and expendability in early public health, with Elise A. Mitchell and Mathieu Corteel
All welcome to this seminar, online and in person in London.
Elise A Mitchell will discuss part of her forthcoming book, Morbid Geographies, focusing on quarantines and the Caribbean slave trade. Mathieu Corteel will scrutinise the normativity of public hygiene statistics on poverty in 19th century Paris.
Call for submissions to the Catholic Historical Review
Please submit to the Catholic Historical Review!
The Catholic Historical Review is
The Art and Space of Anatomy: Origins, History and Functions of Anatomical Theatres
The Italian Society for the History of Medicine (S.I.S.M.) is pleased to present the first conference dedicated to the study of anatomical theatres 'The Art and Space of Anatomy: Origins, History and Functions of Anatomical Theatres'.
Expectations and Uncertainties: Liminal Experiences in the Baltic Sea Region in the Early 1990s (workshop)
The Academy of Finland project A Dim Light of Dawn: Finnish Post-Cold War Experiences between East and West, 1989–1995 and the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the History of Experiences (HEX) is organizing a one-day workshop on the post-Cold War history of experiences in the Baltic Sea region at Tampere University in
An approach to the study of female royalty ("Queenship") in the Middle and Modern Ages - Un acercamiento a los estudios de la realeza femenina (“Queenship”- reginalidad) en la Edad Media y Moderna
May 18 and 19, 2023
Presentation of the doctoral program
Dr. Inmaculada Rodríguez Moya
Professor of the University
Secretary of the Doctoral Program in Art History
Dr. Mercedes Llorente
1-"Medieval reginality: in search of the scope of the power of queens in the Middle Ages".
Dr. Maria Manuela Manuela Tavares Dos Santos Silva
(Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa)