Sport and Leisure History Seminar - Monday, 30 June: 'Capital Sport: Charting the Heritage of London at Play - A Progress Report on Played in Britain's Largest Ever Urban Study'

Capital Sport: Charting the Heritage of

London at Play - A Progress Report on

Played in Britain's Largest Ever Urban Study

 

Speaker: Simon Inglis (Played in Britain series editor)

 

CFP: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going? Intersections in Race and Technology

Title: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going? Intersections in
       Race and Technology
    Location: Connecticut
    Date: 2015-09-30
    Description: What is the relationship between race and media
       technology? This panel attempts to reckon with the
       under-theorized relationship between race and the development
       of media. From the early importance of blackface minstrelsy in
       The Jazz Singer and the emergence of sound cinema to the
       evolution of 3D tec ...

CFP: Special Issue on Women's Labor in Film and Media

Title: Special Issue on Women's Labor in Film and Media
    Date: 2014-12-15
    Description: The Projector: A Journal on Film, Media, and Culture
       is developing a special (potentially double) issue on womens
       labor in film, television, gaming, and other media forms. We
       are interested in research that contributes to the growing body
       of work on womens creative labor in the various aspects of fi
       ...
    Contact: cbaron@bgsu.edu
    Announcement ID: 214443

CFP: Race, Gender, and Military Heroism in U.S. History: From World War I to 9/11

Title: Race, Gender, and Military Heroism in U.S. History: From
       World War I to 9/11
    Date: 2014-08-31
    Description: Call for Papers Race, Gender, and Military Heroism in
       U.S. History: From World War I to 9/11 Goethe-University of
       Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany, March 20-21, 2015 In 20th
       century America, military heroism became a key symbol of what
       was regarded as a heterosexual, masculine white nation.
       Military he ...

Call for Panelists: "Places and Myths" - New Harmony anniversary conference

 Title: Call for Panelists:  "Places and Myths" - New Harmony
       anniversary conference
    Location: Indiana
    Date: 2014-07-01
    Description: Places and Myths looking for panelists!I am looking
       for one more presenter-participants for a panel, The Myths
       in/on/about Places for the New Harmony Conference, November
       6-8, 2014. My own paper discusses the Main Street idealism
       depicted in Norman Rockwells paintings of American small town
       life. Th ...

CFP: Journal of Studies in History and Culture

Journal of Studies in History & Culture (JSHC) is a peer-reviewed, open-access online journal. The journal was born out of the needs to provide a platform for interdisciplinary research to emerging scholars across the world. The objective of JSHC is to fill the lacuna in the field of graduate research given a dearth of independent research by graduate students in India and the absence of funding towards this. It has since expanded its scope The journal hopes to promote originality in interpretation and encourages collaborative work based on primary sources.

CFP: Remembering Jerusalem: Imagination, Memory, and the City, 6-7 November, KCL

Some of you may be interested in the following Call for Papers for an interdisciplinary and cross-period conference on Jerusalem and memory, to be held at King's College London on 6-7 November 2014.

The conference is the main event of the AHRC-funded research network, Imagining Jerusalem, c. 1099 to the Present Day.

The CFP can be viewed on our blog: www.jerusalems.wordpress.com.

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