The Competing Imperialisms network brings together UK-based and Japan-based scholars to develop interdisciplinary approaches to Northeast Asia’s turbulent modern history of imperialism, conflict, interconnection and resistance. Participating researchers are based at universities including Cambridge, Hosei, Kyoto, Nihon, UEA, Queen’s Belfast, Waseda and others.
Jewish Experiences and the Holocaust in the Soviet Union
August 5–16, 2019
Deadline is March 15, 2019
Prisma Ukraïna – Research Network Eastern Europe (Forum Transregionale Studien), “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies, Center for Governance and Culture in Europe/University St. Gallen, German Historical Institute Warsaw, European University Viadrina Frankfurt/Oder, and the Centre for Applied Anthropology (Kyiv) invite doctoral and postdoctoral scholars to apply for the Transregional Academy
“After Violence: The (Im-)Possibility of Understanding and Remembering”.
I am looking to form a panel for OAH 2020 that will explore the international ties between American abolitionists and revolutionaries abroad. My proposed paper examines how and why (former) abolitionists were sympathetic to Russian revolutionaries in the 1880s and 1890s, and particularly explores similarities between the terrorism of John Brown and that of the People's Will in Russia.
If you are interested in being a panelists (or charing or commenting) please contact me at email@example.com.
Thirty years after the end of state socialism, the need to fully comprehend it is still an immediate task. Over the past three decades, the dominant public discourse of the previous historical period has undergone significant changes: from a firm rejection in the first years of the transition to the latest wave of rehabilitation of the regime and nostalgia (socialist nostalgia, Ostalgie, Yugo/Tito-nostalgia). To varying degrees, post-socialist societies in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe are still divided in their attitudes to the recent past.
We are still accepting paper submissions for our conference Contested Minorities in the "New Europe": National Identity from the Baltic to the Balkans, until 14th January. Please visit the conference website if you are interested in submi
We are organising a summer school on 'Cultures of Documentation in Persianate Eurasia (15th-19th Centuries) in Vienna this summer, which will run from June 2 to June 7 2019. The deadline for application is February 28 2019.
CALL FOR PAPERS
57th Annual Meeting
Southern Conference on Slavic Studies