Tourism and History panel proposal for A.H.A.

Dear H-Travel Colleagues,

As a follow-up to my message of January 25, we have received two proposals for papers for the American Historical Association’s 137th Annual Meeting, which will take place in San Francisco on January 4–7, 2024:

1) how river tourism became a national industry, and the roles that new boats, new guiding companies, and new groups like the American Whitewater Association played in that process

2) War and peace: the image of World War II in the emotional regime of early Thaw Soviet travelogues

CFP: KHS Kentucky History Education Conference, 13 July 2023, in-person and online

The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is now accepting proposals for the Kentucky History Education Conference which will take place in Frankfort on Thursday, July 13, 2023. This year’s conference will be in person with a virtual track of sessions available. Presenters receive free conference registration.

CfP: Black German Disability Politics & Aesthetics (German Studies Association, Forty-Seventh Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 5-8, 2023, Black Diaspora Studies Network sponsored panel)

CfP: Black German Disability Politics & Aesthetics (German Studies Association, Forty-Seventh Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 5-8, 2023) 

CFP -- America's Unexceptional Christian Nationalism (July 23–27, Baltimore, MD)

The Institute for Islamic, Christian, and Jewish Studies (www.icjs.org) in Baltimore invites scholars and pro-democracy activists to submit proposals on the topic of:

 

America’s Unexceptional Christian Nationalism: Democratic Lessons from Other Contexts

CfP: Identity and the Transnational Reverberations of Conflict Workshop, University of Oxford

CfP aproaching deadline: 27 January 2023

 

Call for Papers

Identity and the Transnational Reverberations of Conflict Workshop

5-6 May 2023

Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

Deadline for the submission of proposals: 27 January 2023

CFP: GSA 2023 "Comparison Literature Revisited: Genres, Forms, Media", October 5–8, 2023, Montréal (15.03.2023)

As an epistemological practice or as a social custom, comparison has been the subject of much debate in recent decades. “Why compare?,” R. Radhakrishnan has asked in an essay that spells out the asymmetries implicit in many acts of comparison which have come into view from the critical perspective of postcolonial theory.

CfP Crossing Boundaries. Human-Animal Relations from Post-Petrine Russia to the Soviet State (1725–1991)

The study of human-animal relations is one of the most promising fields in historiography. During the past three decades, it has evolved from animal activism to a highly theorized endeavor that tries to re-situate nonhuman species in societal contexts. Ranging from the large mammals of the seas down to small birds and insects, it discusses phenomena of coevolution, culturalization and commodification.

CFP: Industrialization in Upper Silesia in the 'Age of Extremes' A Cultural History of Economics, ca. 1890-1950

Conference / Call for Papers
Industrialization in Upper Silesia in the 'Age of Extremes' A Cultural History of Economics, ca. 1890-1950

Date: June 1-2, 2023

Deadline for Applications: March 15, 2023

Place: Dresden, Germany

Organizers: JP Tim Buchen, Steffen Heidrich (Center for Central and Eastern Europe / TU Dresden)

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