The new Research Centre for Polish-Lithuanian Studies at the University of Aberdeen offers a fellowship in suppport of overseas postgradute resarch students (non-UK, non-EU), providing the opportunity to undertake a package of training and career development, including teaching or research assistance. The research centre was founded in January 2020 to examine the rich political, religious, cultural and trading links between Scotland, and in particular northeastern Scotland, with the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania in the early modern period.
The University of Kent’s Centre for the History of War, Media and Society is organising an international conference at the Institute of Historical Research in London:
PROPAGANDA AND NEUTRALITY:ALTERNATIVE BATTLEGROUNDS AND ACTIVE DEFLECTION
THURSDAY 24 JUNE 2021
Keynote speaker: Professor Jo Fox, IHR Director
New issue of HoST — Journal of History of Science and Technology (14.1, June 2020) online
ERIS - the European Review of International Studies
The Journal's aims are : (1) to reflect European specificities and approaches, (2) to be an outlet in English in particular for English-language and non-English language authors, (3) to make the Anglophone world aware of research in other languages, (4) to encourage transdisciplinarity across the social sciences and humanities among those concerned with international studies broadly defined, and (5) to be eclectic in terms of concept, method and approach while retaining rigorous international academic standards.
Call For Participants
How does gender challenge the history of the transition from the Ottoman Empire to the nation-states of South-East Europe and Turkey? Specialists in Turkish, Balkan and Ottoman studies respond to this question in this issue of Clio. FGH. Beginning with Istanbul, the contributors open perspectives on such settings as Smyrna, Athens, Tirana, Sofia, and Sarajevo.