World History Association of Texas
INTERNATIONAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
Paris and Le Havre, March 13-15, 2019
This seminar invites individual papers or panels of two or three speakers to explore the concepts of exception and exceptionality in early modern history and literature. It would like to gather researchers specialis
The program is out and registration is open for “James K. Polk and His Time: A Conference Finale to the Polk Project”!
Join us in April to celebrate the completion of the James K. Polk Project. Begun in 1958, the project is about to finish its fourteen-volume letterpress and digital series of the Correspondence of James K. Polk. These volumes, featuring annotated transcriptions of thousands of letters from 1817–49, enable twenty-first-century readers to use the nineteenth-century documents. They have nurtured diverse scholarship on antebellum America.
The way we view states has changed considerably over the past one and a half centuries. Imperial power is no longer seen as a criterion for successful statehood, while political experts of 19th century Europe would not have focused on economic growth and contemporary standards of good governance to determine whether a state will prosper or not.
“Institutions and Interactions”
Purdue HGSA 8th Biennial Graduate Student Conference
March 2, 2019, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Abstracts due Friday, December 14, 2018.
The History Graduate Student Association (HGSA) at Purdue University welcomes individual paper and panel proposals for its eighth biennial graduate student conference, entitled, “Institutions and Interactions.” Papers from all levels of scholarship including advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and independent scholars will be considered.
Landscape Citizenships: Grounded in the discourses of ecological, watershed, and bioregional citizenships, this symposium seeks to evaluate belonging through the idea of landscape as landship. This describes substantive, mutually constitutive relations between people and place. The emerging fields of landscape justice and landscape democracy form a background against which to examine issues from folkways to the virtual, migration and inhabitation, nationalism, and speculative futures.
Date: 16 November 2018 [09:00 – 17:00]
Assistant or Associate Professor of Intelligence Studies
Embry-Riddle College of Security and Intelligence
Assistant or Associate Professor of Intelligence Studies, Fall 2019