CFP, Contact - Conquest - Colonization: Practices of Comparing between Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas, from Antiquity to Present

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Date: October 11, 2018 to October 13, 2018

LECTURE> Asian Representations and Constructions of Space (ARCS) Winter Schedule

Dear list members,
 
With generous support from the Stanford Humanities Center, the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford, and the Stanford Departments of East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, and Religious Studies, I am happy to announce the Winter schedule for the Geballe Research Workshop series, Asian Representations and Constructi

LECTURE> Asian Representations and Constructions of Space (ARCS) Winter Schedule

Dear list members,
 
With generous support from the Stanford Humanities Center, the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford, and the Stanford Departments of East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, and Religious Studies, I am happy to announce the Winter schedule for the Geballe Research Workshop series, Asian Representations and Constructi

CFP: 'The Global Irish Revolution, 1916-1923' Workshop (Belfast, 25 June 2018)

Call for Papers

Queen’s University Belfast, together with the University of Edinburgh, invites papers from early career scholars for a one day workshop on the theme of ‘The global Irish Revolution’. The Irish Revolution 1916-23 is the subject of extensive historical investigation but most of this research has focused on local, regional or national contexts and has yet to be the subject of sustained global historical enquiry.

CFP: 'The global Irish Revolution, 1916-1923', Queen's University Belfast (25 June 2018)

Call for Papers

Queen’s University Belfast, together with the University of Edinburgh, invites papers from early career scholars for a one day workshop on the theme of ‘The global Irish Revolution’. The Irish Revolution 1916-23 is the subject of extensive historical investigation but most of this research has focused on local, regional or national contexts and has yet to be the subject of sustained global historical enquiry.

CfA: CRASSH University of Cambridge - Religious Diversity & University Responses Summer School 2018

The Religious Diversity and University Responses project at CRASSH (University of Cambridge) is delighted to share details of twelve Early Career Researcher scholarships for the project’s first Summer School.

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