Left History is a peer reviewed scholarly journal published bi-annually out of York University, with an editorial board of prominent left historians. We feature articles and reviews from established scholars, early-career scholars, and graduate students.
The making of a humanly built world involves many ways of weaving and drawing things together, of joining and splitting, molding and fitting. These, broadly speaking, mimetic and compositional procedures serve not only the creation of artefacts but define relations to people and things, form social bonds.
Summer Project in preparation of the Special Issue on City Life in the Time of Pandemic for the open-access journal Urbanities-Journal of Urban Ethnography.
"Land to the Tiller?" Hopes and Ruins of Agrarian Reform in Africa, Asia and the Middle East
ZMO Berlin, 12/13 November 2020
We are proud to announce the 14th International NCM Conference on New Challenges in Management and Business in Toronto, Canada, on 26 September 2020.
Annual publication accepts articles and inquiries related to African Americans in baseball. Topics can include: Negro Leagues, 19th century, individual players, owners, minor league teams, barnstorming, organization, class, gender, segregation and integration, arts and more. Articles should range from 3000-8000 words minus required endnotes and any kinds of appendices. Authors should subit article as a doublespaced email attachment in word with endotes. There should also be a 100-150 word abstract and short bio attached.
Women in Baseball Conference
Rockford University-September 11-13, 2020
Deadline for call is July 15, 2020
Theme: African American Women in Baseball and all other women in baseball topics.
In recognition of the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues topics accepted on African American women in baseball but also all other topics on women's baseball.
Submit abstracts of approximately 200 words along with contact info and short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 15, 2020.
The Asia-Pacific Studies Program of the College of Arts and Sciences invites everyone to its first online lecture "China's Food: A Historian Asks What's Next?" on May 20 (Wednesday) at 1:30 pm. (Philippine & Beijing time).
Professor of Humanities Thomas David DuBois of the Beijing Normal University will discuss how he came to study China's food and the coming changes, from safer milk to plant-based meat.
Watch us live at facebook: @uapcas - College of Arts & Sciences, University of Asia and the Pacific
Between Postwar and Present Day: Canada 1970 – 2000
Entre l'après-guerre et aujourd'hui 1970-2000
Local, National, Global Locale, national et globale
6-9 May, 2021
University of Toronto 6-9 mai 2021
Université de Toronto
Deadline for Submission - Extended to July 1, 2020
Despite the uncertainties surrounding COVID 19 the conference organizers are committed to exploring all avenues of conference delivery - virtual or in person.