The Kentucky History Education Conference (KHEC) is now accepting proposals for conference sessions! Do you have an innovative classroom practice or an engaging history topic to share with educators? If so, consider submitting your session proposal for KHEC on July 12 which gathers K-12 educators from across the state to explore content, obtain resources, hear from leading scholars and learn about other educator's prooven classroom strategies.
Essays in History, the annual peer-reviewed journal of the University of Virginia’s Corcoran Department of History, is currently soliciting articles, book reviews, and historiographical essays for its fifty-second issue, to appear in the fall of 2018.
Brill is pleased to announce the launch of its new book series, Critical Latin America.
David Carey Jr., Loyola University Maryland
Renata Keller, University of Nevada, Reno
CfP: War and Semiotics
Prof. Dr. Frank Jacob, Prof. Dr. Steinar Aas, and Prof. Dr. Kjetil Ansgar Jakobsen
Universitetsalléen 11, 8049 Bodø, Norwegen
November 9-10, 2018.
Call for Papers
Émigré scholars: Historians in Exile and the Writing of History in the 20th
Prof. Dr. Stefan Berger and PD Dr. Philipp Müller
Bochum, September 19-21, 2019
The opening conference of the REACH project will be organized by ELTE University, Eötvös Loránd Tudomanyegyetem, on the 10th and 11th of May 2018 in Budapest, kindly hosted by the Hungarian National Museum.
(De-)constructing Central Europe: From Mitteleuropa to Visions of a Common Europe, 1918-2018
Frankfurt (Oder) / Słubice, 18-20 October 2018
An interdisciplinary conference hosted by:
The Center for Interdisciplinary Polish Studies,
Szczecin University, and the Willy Brandt Center
Call for papers
Estudios de Historia de España, biannual online magazine of the Instituto de Historia de España of Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, calls to the academic community to submit their articles, monographics and book reviews.
The proposals, adapted to the publication rules attached will be topic and subject free, and may refer to the Spanish history and culture in their various eras and from all disciplines and perspectives; accepted languages: Spanish, Portuguese, english and french.
Bureaucracy is all around us and has a tendency to expand. Contrary to David Graeber’s opening remark in his “Utopia of rules” that allegedly nobody talks much about bureaucracy these days, there is in fact a vivid interest in the subject. In the late 19th century the state began to exercise increasingly more control and influence over its citizens, for example by imposing rules of registration and identification. Citizens, for their part, responded to the rise of bureaucracy by making use of what the state offered and prescribed for their own purposes.
FREE talk in central London
17:15-18:30, 24 April 2018
Wolfson Room I, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, London, WC1 7HU