Conference Report: Traces of the Slave Trade in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States. Discourses, Practices, and Objects, 1500–1850

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We are delighted to share our most recent conference report, by Annika Bärwald of the Department of History at the University of Bremen:

Traces of the Slave Trade in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States. Discourses, Practices, and Objects, 1500–1850, University of Bremen, November 29, 2018 to December 1, 2018.

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Conference Report: Traces of the Slave Trade in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States. Discourses, Practices, and Objects, 1500–1850

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H-Slavery thanks Annika Bärwald of Department of History at the University of Bremen (a.baerwald@uni-bremen.de)  for the following report on the conference, “Traces of the Slave

Conference Report: Traces of the Slave Trade in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States. Discourses, Practices, and Objects, 1500–1850

H-Slavery thanks Annika Bärwald of the Department of History at the University of Bremen (a.baerwald@uni-bremen.de)  for the following report on the conference, “Traces of the Slave Trade in the Holy Roman Empire and its Successor States. Discourses, Practices, and Objects, 1500–1850.”

ANN: TOC: Central European History (CEH) 52, no. 1 (March 2019)

The latest issue of Central European History went live online on March 27 and hard copies should be shipping to individual and institutional subscribers shortly. This is a special issue titled "New Narratives for the History of the Federal Republic," and there is a new cover illustration by Berlin-based artist Edward Gordon.

Volume 52 / Issue 01, March 2019, pp. i-ii, 1-174.

The International Newsletter n°3 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2019)

The International Newsletter n°3 of The Center for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies CERCEC (February 2019)

is now available on-line at https://mailchi.mp/77fd61d9f1da/cercec-international-newsletter-n3-february-2019

CfP: Why (not)? Thinking Eastern Europe Digitally (Marburg, 30 Sep-1 Oct 19)

Why (not)? Thinking Eastern Europe Digitally: Network Analysis, Data Modeling, Visualization, and Sharing in Historical Research

The Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz-Association, Marburg
September 30 - October 1, 2019

Deadline: Mar 31, 2019

CS: Revolution and Resistance in Twentieth-Century Central Europe [J. Krapfl, 2018]

The twentieth century, Lenin once predicted, would be remembered as a century of revolution. Perhaps nowhere did this forecast prove more accurate than in central Europe, which between 1917 and 1992 witnessed arguably no fewer than eight revolutionary episodes. Of course, these events did not unfold in quite the way Lenin envisaged; in the same way that central Europe became a laboratory for competing ideologies of the twentieth century, so it became the birthplace and testing ground of new styles of revolution and resistance.

CFA: Outstanding Essay Prize – Central / East / South European Cinema and Media Studies (DEADLINE: February 11, 2019)

CFA: Outstanding Essay Prize – Central / East / South European Cinema
and Media Studies (DEADLINE: February 11, 2019)

As chairs of the Central / East / South European Cinemas Scholarly
Interest Group at the Society of Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS), we
are pleased to announce the fifth annual prize for an outstanding
published essay in the field of Central/East/South European Cinema and
Media Studies. Submissions will be judged by a panel of experts, and
the winner will be announced at the upcoming 2019 SCMS meeting in

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