The Institute of Perception Studies, New Delhi, invites you to submit abstracts for the first edition of the quarterly journal of the Institute of Perception Studies, New Delhi scheduled to be published in January, 2018. The theme of the inaugural edition of the journal will be focussed primarily on the interplay of perception and power in the context of India. ‘Perception’ as an entry point to research posits the advantage of foregrounding how power struggle is imagined by the human agent.
The 42nd Conference of the German Studies Association (GSA) in Pittsburgh, PA (September 27-30, 2018) will continue to host a series of seminars in addition to conference sessions and roundtables.
Call for Papers
Encounters: Travel and Tourism in Historical Perspective
Symposium, Department of History, Seton Hall University
Call for Papers
The 6th Euroacademia International Conference
The European Union and the Politicization of Europe
11 - 12 December 2017
Villa Vittoria - Palazzo dei Congressi
Deadline for Paper Proposals: 10 November 2017
See full details at http://euroacademia.eu/conference/6eupe/
Call for paper proposals for the 23rd Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN), to be held at Columbia University, NY, sponsored by the Harriman Institute, May 3-5, 2018. The ASN World Convention, the largest international and inter-disciplinary scholarly gathering of its kind, welcomes proposals on a wide range of topics related to nationalism, ethnicity, ethnic conflict and national identity in regional sectio
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Weekend conference:- ‘Echoes of revolution 1848, 1918. Revolution, nationalism, and socialism’
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, 17 and 18 February 2018
Venue: School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK
The Peace Conference held in Paris in the aftermath of the Great War remains among the most important yet also most controversial events in modern history. Although it is often considered to have made a second global war all but inevitable, it has also been praised for providing the basis for an enduring peace that was squandered recklessly by poor international leadership during the 1930s.
Comparative History Challenges - International Workshop
When: 2 October 2017, 6PM
Where: NOVA FCSH, Room Multiusos 3, Lisbon
In honour of the 90th birthday of noted Barbadian author, George Lamming, the Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature in the Faculty of Humanities & Education at the Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies, Barbados, is holding a one-day symposium on Friday 24th November 2017. This symposium, CTC10, forms part of the Caribbean Theory and Criticism (CTC) sequence of conferences and workshops.
Events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War have been organized since 2014 and would continue through 2018. It has already sparked of various retellings on the war in fiction and celluloid. The third issue of JSHC attempts to offer renewed perspectives on the First World War. While war and society is the general theme for this issue, all the content in our issues have never been restricted to the pre-decided theme alone. Therefore, we welcome contributors for wide ranging perspectives and discussions on general issues beyond the present theme.