The N.W. Posthumus Institute participates in the European graduate School for Training in Economic and social historical Research (ESTER), a European platform for postgraduate teaching, involving over 60 universities throughout Europe and offering high-level research training for PhD candidates in an international context. Part of the ESTER programme is its annual Research Design Course (RDC) for economic and social historians. For 2022, this RDC will take place in Lund, Sweden.
Interested Book Reviewers,
Sound Studies is currently looking for qualified book reviewers for many recent and upcoming editions on the academic study of sound and the soundscape.
Sound Studies is an international, peer reviewed and inter-disciplinary journal in sound studies, providing a unique forum for the development of the subject within a range of disciplines such as history, sociology, media and cultural studies, film studies, anthropology, philosophy, urban studies, architecture, arts and performance studies.
Call for Social Media Editor
The deadline for receiving abstracts for the 'Timely Histories' Conference to be held at CSDS, New Delhi between 12th and 14th October 2022 is now extended till June 1, 2022.
YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies 4 (2022) and 5 (2023) Call for Papers
Extended Deadline until May, 31st 2022
Conflict and Security in the Baltic Sea Region in Historical Perspective
The Department of Sociology at the University of York welcomes proposals from academics working in any discipline who wish to engage in discussion about: Conspiracy theories and ‘fake news’; Digital media and technologies; Discourse and ideology; Folk tales and mythic historiography; Identity and power; Knowledge and reality; Knowledge production and dissemination; Myth, rumour & misinformation in academia and social research; National, secular or historical myths; Political, environmental, medical, and/or social misinformation; or any other works that fall within the t
In August 2022 the annual summer school “Introduction to Conceptual History” will be offered by the Centre for Nordic Studies at the University of Helsinki. Now in its sixteenth year, the course is organized jointly by Concepta: International Research School in Conceptual History and the Standing Group on Political Concepts in the European Consortium for Political Research. An international team of distinguished scholars and visiting lecturers will engage and encourage course participants in critical discussions around key concepts in politics, the social sciences and the humanities.
Open Call for Papers for History of Communism in Europe, vol. 13/2022