On 08, 09 and 10 November 2018, the 1st International Congress of Young Researchers in Middle Ages (ICYRMA) will take place at the University of Évora. ICYRMA is destinated to students at master, doctoral and postdoctoral level and/or to those who have obtained their academic degrees in the last five years.
On behalf of the organisers, I am pleased to share with you the call for papers for the conference “Memory and Religion: Central and Eastern Europe in a Global Perspective” (Warsaw, 16-18 October 2018).
You may find the CfP in question at the following link: bit.ly/CfP_Genealogies2018
The conference will be the 8th edition of the Genealogies of Memory in Central and Eastern Europe programme.
The deadline for submissions is: 14 May 2018.
First published in 1942, "They Knew Lincoln" by John E. Washington sold out quickly and was never reprinted, until now. This book was the first to focus solely on this little researched area of Lincolniana, the personal relationships of African-American people with one of our most beloved presidents. Washington provides part memoir, part biography of the lives of those who served the Lincolns’ and of some of the African Americans who shaped Lincoln’s view on slavery.
A panel at the "World Congress for Middle East Studies" (WOCMES) July 16-22 in Seville, Spain on the topic of "Building peace and community: ethics, memory and monuments” still needs papers. The conference has extended the deadline for proposals until March 31.
The conference only meets every fourth year (1013 in Ankara and 2009 in Barcelona). The Rectorate of the University of Seville will host the conferences, presentations, symposiums and other academic sessions of WOCMES 2018 Seville, as well as the Book Fair, which will take place in the Pier Paolo Pasolini Space.
Alexander Dubcek’s program for ambitious political and economic reform, his support from society, and finally the intervention of the Warsaw Pact in Czechoslovakia were the most significant expressions of the socialist world in 1968. While usually integrated into the global phenomenon of protest, or studied through national lenses, these events have received limited interest as a part of the transnational practice of socialist reform.
The Aga Khan University-Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations cordially invites you to the launch of Brinkley M. Messick's new book; Shari'a Scripts: A Historical Anthropology on Thursday 22 March 2018.
Landscape Citizenships: A Symposium
Call for papers:
ABC-CLIO, an award-winning publisher, is seeking a scholar to serve as editor of a book on women who changed the world. The book will include alphabetically arranged entries on roughly 200 women from across history and cultures. Each entry will provide a brief biography, a discussion of the woman's historical context, how she overcame social and cultural obstacles, what she accomplished, and the lasting significance of her achievements. The ideal candidate will have published a peer-reviewed academic monograph with a university press and hold at least the rank of assistant professor.
The Tricentennial Speakers Conference explores the environment, people, and traditions that formed San Antonio into the complex, vibrant site of confluence that remains to this day. In the two days of the conference, scholars and experts on San Antonio history will present newly found evidence that illuminates the understandings of San Antonio's past -- a linear trail of the exigences, trends, and technologies that combined to form the city's present blend of cultures and traditions.