Podcast Series "Walk & Talk" - Release of Pilot Episode "The Pavement: Underdog of Public Spaces"

 

Dear H-net Community,

The Walk & Talk Series is finally here!


We are delighted to announce that the pilot episode of a new podcast produced by a team of PhD students at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture in Giessen, Germany, has been released.

AHA 2022: Deserts as Loci of Sacredness

Dear Colleagues,

I'm putting together an AHA2022 panel on the topic of deserts as loci of sacredness, including pilgrimage, rites and rituals, conflicting cultural encounters, etc.   If interested, reach out with your topic and contact info over the next week. 

Matthew Herbst, UC San Diego  mtherbst@ucsd.edu 

AHA2022: Deserts as loci of sacredness

Dear Colleagues,

I'm putting together an AHA2022 panel on the topic of deserts as loci of sacredness, including pilgrimage, rites and rituals, conflicting cultural encounters, etc.   If interested, reach out with your topic and contact info over the next week. 

Matthew Herbst, UC San Diego  mtherbst@ucsd.edu 

CfP Literary and Visual Landscapes Symposium: (Re)imagined Landscapes - DEADLINE 15TH FEB

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting abstracts for this year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium which will be held on Wednesday 9th June 2021 on the theme of (Re)imagined Landscapes.  

CfP Literary and Visual Landscapes Symposium: (Re)imagined Landscapes - DEADLINE 15TH FEBRUARY

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting abstracts for this year’s Literary and Visual Landscapes symposium which will be held on Wednesday 9th June 2021 on the theme of (Re)imagined Landscapes.  

CFP: SUSTEX 2021 Conference

Note: The following CFP is for an interdisciplinary conference at my university, Texas A&M University-Central Texas (TAMUCT). It is being hosted by the College of Business, but the conference organizer is interested in having at least one, possibly two, panels that showcases the work of graduate students and/or early career scholars in the humanities and social sciences. Of particular interest is research on the intersection of corporations, companies, businesses, and environmental ethics or sustainability.
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