Workshop organized by Jan Willem Duyvendak (Paris IAS fellow) and Christophe Bertossi (IFRI).
Authors are invited to contribute to a high quality, peer-reviewed, open access textbook to meet the needs of History of Applied Science and Technology courses at colleges and universities around the world. Specifically, this textbook will center on the theme of the transformative impact of technological and epistemological changes on worldview and human behavior as they relate to every day life and global choices.
The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC (GHI) invites proposals for conferences and workshops to be organized in cooperation with the GHI to be held in the 2017/2018 academic year. We seek not only proposals in the GHI’s core areas of research (including German, U.S., and transatlantic history as well as the history of knowledge) but also proposals involving new topics of exploration and new approaches to historical research (such as digital history).
Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies is seeking papers with the following themes: The African University, Women and Africa, and Islam and Africa. Please read each CFP below for more information. Abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1st, 2016.
Ufahamu Call for Papers: “The African University.” (Due June 1st, 2016)
February 9-11, 2017
Workshop at the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC
Conveners: Sabina Brevaglieri, Elisabeth Engel in collaboration with the History of Knowledge Research Group at the GHI Washington and the German Historical Institute in Rome
Deadline: June 30, 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
LATCH: A Journal for the Study of the Literary Artifact in Theory, Culture, or History
Volume 9, Winter 2016
LATCH: A Journal for the Study of the Literary Artifact in Theory, Culture, or History is calling for papers for our Winter 2016 issue. Papers can explore any topic relating to how we use or experience texts within the context of their own time. Topics could include, but are not limited to:
Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California will hold this cross-discipline conference October 12-14, 2017. The conference theme is “Reformation Reverberations: Consequences & Challenges of Change.” The plenary speakers will be Mia M. Mochizuki, Associate Professor of the History of Art (New York University, Abu Dhabi and Institute of Fine Arts) and Brad S. Gregory, Dorothy G. Griffin Professor of Early Modern European History (University of Notre Dame).
Unlearning Cold War Narratives: Toward Alternative Understandings of the Cold War World
May 27-28, 2016
National University of Singapore
Organized by Masuda Hajimu
The Global South: Histories, Politics, Maps
Issue number 131 (May 2018)
Abstract Deadline: September 1, 2016
Issue editors: Pamila Gupta, Christopher J. Lee, Marissa Moorman, and Sandhya Shukla