NEH Landmarks Workshop: Mapping a New World

The Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center is now accepting applications from teachers in grades 3-12 for Mapping a New World: Places of Conflict and Colonization in 17th Century New England. ⁠

This NEH workshop is being offered virtually in July 2021 in partnership with Plimoth Patuxet Museums, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Mashantucket Pequot Museum as well as Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars and educators. ⁠

Program for Beyond Japanese Studies: Challenges, Opportunities, and COVID-19 (Japan Foundation Sydney and University of New England, Australia)

The Program for the above Symposium for early Career Researchers has now been released. 

The full or short program may be downloaded from the Japan Foundation Sydney website:

Alternatively, the direct link for the PDF is found here:

Online Interdisciplinary Laboratory-Conference, 24th-25th June 2021 International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) (Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

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The 21st Century is a time of cultural and social acceleration (Rosa, 2013), which continuously shapes physical limits by updating socio-cultural dynamics in the hybrid form of overlapping, blending and mixing of cultural identities.

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