CFP: AAR Religion in Premodern Europe and the Mediterranean

The AAR's Religion in Premodern Europe and the Mediterranean unit aims to bring together scholars working on premodern Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in order to create a venue in which religious phenomena can be considered comparatively. Individual papers may be embedded in a single tradition, but presenters should be interested in engaging this material comparatively during the discussion period. The steering committee takes an expansive definition of both "premodern" and "Mediterranean," so if you think your work qualifies, it probably does. We especially welcome:

CfP: Cities and Regions in Flux after Border Change: Reconfiguring the frontier, reshaping memory and visualizing change in twentieth century Europe (Rijeka, Croatia, 10-12 July 2019; DL February 15th)

Since the end of the First World War, cities and regions in Europe, particularly in the eastern half of the continent, witnessed frequent changes in borders.

New Books Network interview with Richard Ivan Jobs about Backpack Ambassadors

I would like to alert collegues to a New Books Network interview I did with Roxanne Panchasi about my book Backpack Ambassadors:  How Youth Travel Integrated Europe (Chicago, 2017) that was released this week.  My book was very recently reviewed by Igor Tchoukarine for H-Travel.  Please follow the link below for the interview:

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