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Responsible person(s): Chris Burgess
Synopsis: Regular snapshots of everyday life in Japan with a nature and language focus plus musings on Japanese culture and society for Japan language learners and Japan lovers in general.
Content type: Short posts on life in everyday Japan with images and reading recommendations. Also a "Resources" section with links and information on Japanese Studies tools and sites
This online-edition of SOG18 consists of representative “voices” which reflect the various perspectives to the main events and processes in South Eastern Europe during the »long« 18th century (late 17th to early 19th century). These processes include the various phenomena of enlightenment, of several kinds of migrations, changes of the political systems etc.
Please consider submitting a proposal for the "seminar" that we will be hosting at this year's meeting of the Association for the Study of Arts of the Present. The conference will take place 26-28 October in Oakland, CA. http://asap9.org
"Our Everyday Planet, or The Banality of Environmental Evil"
** With apologies for cross-posting **
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: LIVED RELIGION AND EVERYDAY LIFE THROUGH EARLY MODERN CATHOLIC HAGIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL
Katia Buffetrille is pleased to announce the release of volume 47 (2016) of Études mongoles & sibériennes, centrasiatiques & tibétaines (EMSCAT).
Please find below the table of contents. Each article can be directly accessed by clicking its title.
You can also access the whole volume on the journal's website at http://emscat.revues.org.
Table of contents:
The University of Manchester and Whitworth Art Gallery (2015 Museum of the Year), Manchester
Dates: May 19 and 20, 2017
Deadline: The deadline for this event has already passed, however we are still in a possition to consider some more submissions regarding Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, etc.). Please aim to send your proposal before January 20th.
The Modern and Contemporary History Centre and the Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures at the University of Birmingham invites postgraduate researchers and early-career (Ph.D. awarded in the last eight years) academics to submit papers for a two-day conference sponsored by Past & Present on the theme of “everyday empires.”
ConfRPT: Revisiting Alltag at the GSA (GSA 2016)
Session 265: Whose Alltag? Race, Refugees, and German Studies: A Roundtable Sponsored by the GSA’s Alltag Network
Sunday, October 2, 2016, 8-10:15 a.m., Royal Palm Salon 1
Town and Country Hotel and Resort, San Diego, CA
Moderator: Maria Stehle, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Geoff Eley, University of Michigan
Irene Kacandes, Dartmouth College
Antje Rößler, Independent Music Journalist, Berlin