CALL FOR PAPERS
CALL FOR PAPERS
"Global Cultures of Antifascism, 1920–2016," a special issue of Fascism.
The Paulsen Programme hosted by the International History Dept at LSE will provide up to 15 fellowships for early and mid-career historians in Russian academic and educational institutions each year from 2018/19 to 2022/23 to Russian historians whose research requires them to work in foreign archives and libraries. The 1-3 month fellowships are open to all historians in Russia who are working on the period from the mid seventeenth century down to 1918, including historians of Russia and of other regions of the world. Applications are invited for fellowships for the academic year starting
The GHI Internship Program gives American and German students of history, political science, and library studies an opportunity to gain experience at a scholarly research institute. Interns assist individual research projects, work for the library, take part in the preparation and hosting of conferences, and help with our publications and digital projects. The program is very flexible: the GHI tries to accommodate the interns' interests, abilities, and goals. A two-month minimum stay is required; a three months stay is preferred. There is a rolling review of applications.
CFP Issue 6.1 - Reminder
Displaced Subjects: Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Critical Refugee Studies
Edited by Tina Chen (Penn State) and Cathy Schlund-Vials (University of CT-Storrs)
The Literature and Madness section of the Popular Culture Association is soliciting 15-20 minute papers for the upcoming year’s annual PCA/ACA conference in Washington, D.C, scheduled for 17-20 April 2019. The deadline for abstract submission is 1 October 2018.
Journal Ler Historia (a leading Portuguese journal in the disciplinary field of History, now ranked Q2 in SJR Index) is deeply committed to increase the number of articles on the history of Africa (all time periods). Our goal is to publish at least 4 such articles per year. Priority will be given to the history of Portuguese-speaking countries or to theoretical and methodological contributions.
The Historical Institute of the University of Wroclaw, together with the Institutes of English Studies and Romance Studies, invite scholars and PhD students to participate in the international conference Freedom, Equality… for Everyone? Women Fighting for Social Advancement 1700-1918, to be held in Wrocław, Poland, on November 20-21, 2018. The first words of the conference topic invoke the slogan of the French Revolution which aimed at democratizing society and, consequently, changing the old-world order.
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, one of the leading research universities in Europe, with a more than 500-year-long tradition, is advertising five research fellowships for scholars active in global history. The university is committed to the highest international standards of excellence in research and teaching. Fellows will be based at the interdisciplinary Munich Centre for Global History (GLOBAL_HIST). During their stay, they will work on a research project in global history or its neighbouring fields. Fellows have no teaching obligation.