Book Announcement: Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France

Dear colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce the publication of my book:

Katie Jarvis, Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France (Oxford University Press, 2019), 352 Pages, ISBN: 9780190917111.

Book Announcement: Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France

Dear colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce the publication of my book:

Katie Jarvis, Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France (Oxford University Press, 2019), 352 Pages, ISBN: 9780190917111.

CFP (graduate student conference): Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018 (UCSC Center for World History Graduate Conference, Santa Cruz, CA, April 12, 2019)

The UC Santa Cruz Center for World History is now accepting applications for papers or entire panels from presenters for our second annual graduate student conference, "Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018" to be held Friday, April 12, 2019 in Santa Cruz, CA. Since the early 2000s, the UCSC Center for World History has fostered a rich set of lectures, conferences, pedagogical workshops, and scholarly conversations in global, regional, and transnational histories.

Citizens and Subjects in the Italian Colonies: Legal Constructions, Social Practices and the International Context (1882-1943)

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Call for Papers
Date: 
February 28, 2019

Call for Panelists ECAS 2019 (Edinburgh): 'Re-making citizenship'

Mohamed A.G. Bakhit and Nicki Kindersley are seeking scholars for the ECAS 2019 panel 'Re-making citizenship: new forms of social security and refuge beyond the state'.

How have people built communities of social security, economic opportunity, and political possibility beyond or despite state structures and borders? This panel examines historic and current translocal and diasporic networks and communities, and the forms of social security, investment, education, and community order they create to protect themselves from violent presents and uncertain futures.

Call for panelists ECAS 2019 (Edinburgh): Archives, governance and policy-making on the African continent

Dear all,

Fabienne Chamelot (University of Portsmouth) and I are convening a panel for the next European Conference of African Studies (ECAS) in Edinburgh (12-14 June 2019). We are looking for papers on the relationship between archives and good governance, the recent digitisation of African archives or the concept of archival decolonisation.

CFP: Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018

The UC Santa Cruz Center for World History is now accepting applications for papers or entire panels from presenters for our second annual graduate student conference, "Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018" to be held Friday, April 12, 2019 in Santa Cruz, CA. Since the early 2000s, the UCSC Center for World History has fostered a rich set of lectures, conferences, pedagogical workshops, and scholarly conversations in global, regional, and transnational histories.

CFP: Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018 

The UC Santa Cruz Center for World History is now accepting applications for papers or entire panels from presenters for our second annual graduate student conference, "Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018" to be held Friday, April 12, 2019 in Santa Cruz, CA. Since the early 2000s, the UCSC Center for World History has fostered a rich set of lectures, conferences, pedagogical workshops, and scholarly conversations in global, regional, and transnational histories.

CFP: "Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018" (Santa Cruz, 12 April 2019)

The UC Santa Cruz Center for World History is now accepting applications for papers or entire panels from presenters for our second annual graduate student conference, "Citizenship in Flux: Migration and Exclusion in World History, 1750-2018" to be held Friday, April 12, 2019 in Santa Cruz, CA. Since the early 2000s, the UCSC Center for World History has fostered a rich set of lectures, conferences, pedagogical workshops, and scholarly conversations in global, regional, and transnational histories.

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