HBI Scholar in Residence Program - Academic Year 2019/2020 Deadline: January, 24, 2019

The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute invites proposals for the HBI Scholar in Residence Program for academic year 2019/2020. Scholars carrying out significant research and artistic projects in the field of Jewish women’s and gender studies are encouraged to apply. Residencies range from two months to the full academic semester.

Application deadline: Thursday, January 24, 2019

CfP EXTENSION of the DEADLINE: Transcultural Interplay through Art and Social Life: Iranian Diaspora in Europe and beyond / Transkulturelle Wechselwirkungen durch Künste und Soziales: Iranische Diaspora in Europa und darüber hinaus

This is a Call for Papers. The deadline has been extended!

The NEW DEADLINE is 12 JANUARY 2019.

The conference will take place from 25 to 27 June 2019 in Paderborn, Germany.

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Transcultural Interplay through Art and Social Life:

Iranian Diaspora in Europe and beyond

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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