Saint Mary’s College of California is hosting the annual conference for Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) this coming summer from June 7-9. The 2019 conference theme is Reimagining Asia: Innovation and Reflection
The Graduate History Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal managed by, and for, graduate history students. We are currently seeking submissions that explore different aspects of narrative and storytelling in the writing of history. Narrative, like anything, can be both problematic and beneficial in history writing, and we welcome articles and research notes that touch upon the roles narrative and storytelling play in the histories we read, write, and live. Potential topics include:
• Oral histories and the use of oral traditions in history
The submission portal for the 2019 Annual Meeting is now open. The deadline for submissions has been extended until Feb. 15, 2019. Please note that you will need to create a new account in order to submit a proposal, even if you have submitted proposals in the past.
The Maine Historical Society invites submission for its annual Historian’s Forum on July 13, 2019 in Portland, Maine. This year’s topic is Debating Suffrage in American history. Four contributors will deliver 30-minute talks followed by participation in a moderated panel discussion (which includes keynote speaker Robyn Leigh Muncy, University of Maryland, College Park) all for a public audience.
Date:Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Time:7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (doors open at 7:00 p.m.)
Venue:Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall, 1F Parliament (access)
Speaker: Nobuko Kobayashi, Tokyo-based Partner at EY-Parthenon
Moderator:Robert Dujarric, Director of ICAS
Admission:Free. Open to the public.
Between Myth and Memory: Contemporary Politics and the Performance of History
An interdisciplinary one-day symposium