CFP: PROPOSED PANEL
AAS in Asia
Asia in Motion: Horizons of Hope
June 24-27, 2016
Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan
Scenes of Pedagogy: Knowledge-Power Relations in Engagements with Art and Culture
Yale Journal of Music & Religion
ISSN: 2377-231X (online)
Society for Renaissance Studies Museums Archives and Libraries Bursary Scheme (closing date 30 September 2015)
A total of £1000 per annum has been made available by the Society for Renaissance Studies (SRS) owards a bursary scheme to promote research by curators, librarians and archivists in museums, libraries and archives in the UK and Ireland.
CFP: "Posthumanist Vocality" seminar, 2016 ACLA annual congress, Harvard University, 17-20 March 2016.
Deadline for submissions: 23 Sept. 2015
The complete CFP: http://www.acla.org/seminar/posthumanist-vocality
Time is fast running out to register for the ‘War & Emotions’ symposium
17-18 September 2015, Melbourne Museum
The speakers will include some of the most outstanding historians on the impacts of World War I in our time:
Keynotes Dr Michael Roper, University of Essex and Dr Tracey Loughran, Cardiff University; Professors Joy Damousi, Alistair Thomson, Peter Stanley, Andrea Witcomb, Bruce Scates and Barry Conyngham; Dr Marina Larsson, Dr Bart Ziino, Dr Kerry Neale and Dr Ross McMullin.
Call for chapters in English for a new book project
No Business like Show Business! Popular Song around the World during the First World War
Initiator : John Mullen, Université de Rouen, France, research team ERIAC
Key words : Cultural history, Popular song, performance, First World War
The Moravian Archives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is offering a two-week course in early-modern German paleography to be held June 1 - 14, 2016.
We are inviting academic editorial contributors to Arts and Humanities Leadership: A Reference Guide, a new 1-volume library reference to be published in 2016. This title examines in detail issues about arts and humanities leadership, including topics such as language acquisition, American protest literature, jazz music, feminism, and film genres among other topics. Arts and Humanities Leadership: A Reference Guide includes approximately 250 articles organized A–Z in the following categories: