DEADLINE APPROACHING—CFP for SAMLA—The Avant-Garde and Modern Visual Culture: At the Crossroads of High and Low Art

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Call for Papers
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September 7, 2017 to September 9, 2017

Mettre Edo à la mode : le grand magasin Mitsukoshi et la commercialisation d'Edo aux ères Meiji et Taishô (1890-1920)

Conférence de Reiji IWABUCHI, Professeur à l’Université féminine du Gakushûin, professeur rattaché au Centre de recherches sur le Japon d'avril à août 2017, dans le cadre d'une séance exceptionnelle du séminaire "Techniques, objets et patrimoine culturel immatériel en Asie Orientale (XVIe-XXIe siècles)"  (UMR 8173). 
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Au plaisir de vous accueillir nombreux.
 

 

Call for Submissions (EXTENDED DEADLINE): "Performing Race," Zapruder World: An International Journal for the History of Social Conflict, Volume 4 (2017)

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"Performing Race"

Irene Fattacciu and Claudio Fogu, eds.
Zapruder World: An International Journal for the History of Social Conflict 4 (2017)
ISSN: 2385-1171

Tenure-track assistant professor position at the University of Delaware in the history of capitalism in North America in the 19th century

History of Capitalism in North America. The Department of History at the University of Delaware invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in the history of capitalism in North America in the “Long Nineteenth Century.” We seek a scholar of exceptional promise prepared to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses. Possible areas of specialization include race and ethnicity, business, political economy, and consumer culture.

Tenure-track assistant professor position at the University of Delaware/history of capitalism in North America in the 19th century

History of Capitalism in North America. The Department of History at the University of Delaware invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in the history of capitalism in North America in the “Long Nineteenth Century.” We seek a scholar of exceptional promise prepared to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses. Possible areas of specialization include race and ethnicity, business, political economy, and consumer culture.

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