Call for Papers
World History Association of Texas
Call for Participants for the 2019 Dallas/North Texas Conference
“Global Civil Rights”
February 23, 2019
Texas A&M University-Commerce
*EXTENDED Proposal Deadline: NOVEMBER 30, 2018*
The World History Association of Texas and Texas A&M University-Commerce (TAMUC) invites you to the annual WHAT conference near the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex.
The Leverhulme Trust Board, through its Research Awards Advisory Committee, is offering approximately 25 Study Abroad Studentships for a period of advanced study or research at a centre of learning anywhere in the world except the UK or the USA.
The Editors of "The Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi.
The Center for Jewish History offers ten-month fellowships to doctoral candidates to support original research using the collections of the Center’s partners—American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. Preference is given to those candidates who draw on the library and archival resources of more than one partner institution.
The Ohio Academy of History seeks papers in all fields of history for its annual regional conference. Papers may deal with any area or time period, including World, Latin American, African, Asian, European, Oceanian, as well as American. Proposals focusing on historiography, methodology, pedagogy, and public history are also welcome. The Ohio Academy of History is planning on publishing an on-line proceedings of select conference papers.
Fourth Annual ICAS Conference ‘Dis-Placed’
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th January 2019
Southern Regional College, Newry, Northern Ireland
Call For Papers: Conference
Keynotes: Professor Martin Evans and Artist Elaine Byrne
The Graduate History Review
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With the rise of global history and art history, there is an ever-more intense interest in the Mongol period as a historiographical watershed. The so-called Pax Mongolica lasted less than two hundred years, but both the size and the scope of the Mongol empire were unprecedented. At its fullest extent, the Mongol states claimed territories from Hungary to Korea, and they reconfigured the basic zones of Afro-Eurasian trade and contact.
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