School of History
Character assassination! Media and mudslinging from Caligula to King Gorilla
Date: June 21, 2019
The journal Humanities seeks to publish international analyses of current efforts by satirists and humorists to call attention to the injustice and abuse inflicted by autocrats. Which satirists are engaging in a national or international struggle for justice against repressive leadership and with what means? How are satire and the related mode of humor currently functioning, despite censorship, in oppressive regimes?
Marine Corps History is accepting submissions of scholarly articles focused on new and unique research into the Corps’ history, from its earliest actions to the Cold War and beyond. The editors also are interested in book reviews and in articles about how the Corps’ history is being used in the classroom or in the field to preserve it or to support lessons learned.
INTERNATIONAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
Paris and Le Havre, February 12-14, 2020
The Michigan Historical Review announces a call for graduate papers exploring themes from Michigan’s past for its 2019 Graduate Student Essay Prize. The winner will receive $2,000 and publication in our journal. Entry deadline is 1 July 2019. Papers must use original, primary source material and will be judged on style, research, originality, and proper documentation.
Conference: Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association's 117thannual conference
Date: Thursday, November 14 until Sunday, November 17
Location: San Diego, CA at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside hotel
Session: Architecture, Space, and Literature
Primary Area/ Secondary Area: Theory, Aesthetics, and Science / Cultural, Historical, and Political Studies
Presiding Officer: Angela Gattuso (University of Denver)
Energy transition in Central and Eastern Europe: In search of an energy future
Call for Chapters + Workshop