The way we view states has changed considerably over the past one and a half centuries. Imperial power is no longer seen as a criterion for successful statehood, while political experts of 19th century Europe would not have focused on economic growth and contemporary standards of good governance to determine whether a state will prosper or not.
CFP for a Special JTAS Forum: Transnational American Studies within the Post-Arab Spring Context
Guest Editor: Eid Mohamed
Call for Papers
CFP: East Asia in Global Perspective: Transnational Movement and Exchange in the Age of Empire, c. 1850-1950
An International History Conference
Assistant or Associate Professor of Intelligence Studies
Embry-Riddle College of Security and Intelligence
Assistant or Associate Professor of Intelligence Studies, Fall 2019
Call for Papers:
We are happy to announce the publication of our autumn issue this year.
The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP) seeks one or two new book review co-editors to join the editorial team for the publication Pharmacy in History. Published on a quarterly basis, Pharmacy in History is the oldest journal of its kind in North America, and it is celebrating its 60th Anniversary in 2019.