The annual Social History Society Conference is the largest gathering of social and cultural historians in the UK, held every year since 1976. Over more than four decades, our members have transformed historical research, inspired challenging work and explored the many ways in which our social worlds are made, imagined, shared and shattered.
Strata of Kinship and Collective Action in Literature and Culture
8 – 9 November 2018
Center for Gender and Diversity Research (ZGD)
Department of English
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Organised by Dr. Gero Bauer, Dr. Nicole Hirschfelder and Katharina Luther
Call for Papers
The Irish History Students' Association's 68th annual conference will take place at Ulster University's Magee Campus in Derry, 23-24 February 2018.
The keynote lecture will be delivered by Breandán Mac Suibhne (Centenary University), author of the The End of Outrage: Post-Famine Adjustment in Rural Ireland, recent winner of the Irish Times non-fiction book of the year.
I’m developing an AHA panel proposal focused on experiential learning in the teaching of world history.
If interested, please contact me. Thank you and Happy New Year.
The International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC) organizes its 2nd Summer School in conjunction of its annual symposium in Saint-Étienne, France, from 16 to 17 July 2018. It deals with the significance of technology for the development of society and other theoretical approaches to interaction between technology and other human activities. The summer school is intended for Ph.D. candidates and other young career researchers. It consists of English-language lectures, participants’ presentations and discussion sessions.
The International Committee for the History of Technology will hold its 45th symposium and 50th anniversary celebration at the Jean Monnet University in the city of Saint-Étienne, France. The general theme of the symposium is “Technological Drive from Past to Future? 50 years of ICOHTEC.” Our intention is to inquire into long-term trends in interactions between technology and society, as well as how technologies have influenced utopian and dystopian views of the future.
The University of Tennessee at Martin will host the 2018 Ohio Valley History Conference at the Boling University Center in Martin, TN on October 18-20, 2018
Radical Histories of Sanctuary
Issue number 135 (October 2019)
Abstract Deadline: February 1, 2018
Issue editors: A. Naomi Paik, Rebecca Schreiber, and Jason Ruiz
Bridging Divides: Third Conference of the New Diplomatic History Network
24-26 October 2018
Roosevelt Institute for American Studies
Middelburg, The Netherlands
Naoko Shimazu (Yale-NUS College Singapore)
John Watkins (University of Minnesota)