As part of growing scholarly and public interest in transnational history, researchers from various (sub)disciplines in contemporary history have become interested in the Low Countries’ contacts and exchanges with Latin America. Latin Americanists increasingly adopt transnational and entangled perspectives to map contemporary relationships and shared histories between Latin America and Europe.
The International Graduate Historical Studies Conference will host “Transcending Boundaries” at Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, March 29 - 30, 2019.
Beyond the Metropolis: Jews and Settler Cities
In a 1930 study sociologist Arthur Ruppin coined the term “Jewish metropolization” to describe the high rates of urbanization by Jews after 1800. He noted that Jews appeared to have a special preference for very large cities: Berlin, Warsaw, Vienna, Budapest, Odessa, London, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Buenos Aires, and after the lifting of Jewish settlement restrictions, Moscow and Petrograd/Leningrad.
History, Environment, and Cultural Resources in Northern Asia
to be held at ICAS 11 in Leiden, The Netherlands, 16-19 July 2019
Challenging Precarity (International Seminar in collaboration with AURO University, Surat, University of Northampton, UK and Trinity College Dublin)
The Georgia Association of Historians invites proposals from professional historians and current graduate students of history for its 2019 Conference in Columbus, GA.
Date: 23 November 2018
Deadline for proposals/papers: 14 October 2018
Location: London School of Economics & Political Science, United Kingdom
The RIAS, in cooperation with the University of Strasbourg, will organize a one day conference on American communities abroad and their broader socio-economic, cultural, environmental and political impact.
INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES, SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON