CALL FOR PAPERS!
EXTENDED CALL FOR PAPERS
33rd OHIO VALLEY HISTORY CONFERENCE
The 2017 Ohio Valley History Conference will be hosted by The Department of History, Murray State University in Murray, KY October 19-21, 2017.
A one-day workshop (11 April 2018) hosted at King’s College, London as part of the AHRC-funded Teaching and Learning War Research Network to explore the latest research into the history, memory and representation of the Second World War (including the Holocaust) from an international comparative perspective.
The Institute of History, Archaeology, and Ethnology of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Divison of the Russian Academy of Sciences, is hosting a conference on the Russian Revolution's 100th anniversary, 7-9 November 2017. The conference's particular focus in the Revolution's impact on the states and peoples of Northeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. The institute is also planning to publish papers presented at the conference. The deadline for submissions is 1 August 2017.
The International Graduate Historical Studies Conference (IGHSC) will host "Real and Imagined Borders: People, Place, Time" at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, April 6 - 7, 2018.
Chapters are sought for an edited thematic volume on postcolonial literature (broadly defined). The volume is part of the Critical Insights series (http://www.salempress.com/critical_insights.html), with a targeted audience of North American High School students taking advanced placement courses and Sixth Form students preparing for A-Level examinations.
The USAbroad Editorial committee is pleased to announce that the call for submissions of articles is now open! The articles, written in English, should investigate any aspects of U.S. history and politics: social, economic and intellectual developments, relations of gender, race and class, foreign policy, international relations, history of policies and institutions.
The multidisciplinary Centre for Global Migrations examines the historical and contemporary movement of people, objects, and ideas across time and space. For our inaugural major conference, we welcome proposals on these aspects from academics, students, and other researchers. Both individual and panel proposals are welcome.