In recent years, authoritarian regimes across South Asia have denied rights and citizenship to religious and ethnic minorities or forcibly annexed populations and territories through the disproportionate use of military power. While the war against COVID-19 has, in many instances, intensified the suppression of racial and religious minorities, the causes and outcomes of a planetary pandemic cannot be placed outside the context of long-standing patterns of resource use, environmental degradation, militarization, war, and occupation. This webinar will examine how the political consequences
In conversation with the editors and authors of Práticas da História
1 March 2021 — 11AM (Chicago) / 5PM (Lisbon)
Call for Paper for an Edited Book
South Asian Women and/in International Relations
The Silk Road Centre in collaboration with Taxila Institute of Asian Civilizations and Quaid-i-Azam University is organizing an international conference on Buddhism in Pakistan along with an art festival and sacred Buddhist site visits to promote the understanding and value of Buddhist heritage that flourished here between the 3rd century BCE and 10th century CE in contemporary Pakistan. The conference will be held in Islamabad from October 11-12, 2021. We are now accepting abstracts for the conference as well as art projects.
The Department of History at Seton Hall University is proud to announce that its annual symposium in comparative history will take place virtually on Microsoft Teams: Friday, February 12th, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST
This year's topic: "Destiny, Agency, and Adaptation: Climate Change in Historical Perspective."