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Join Us: NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers
“The Company Town at Seabrook Farms, NJ”: Internment, Migration, & Resettlement in the World War II Era
July 16 to July 27, 2018
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
This special issue of Sibirica approaches the interrelated themes of mobility and infrastructure in the Russian Arctic, looking at the complex interplay between people’s perception of well-being and behavior, and their understanding and discourse around infrastructure.
Volume 16, Issue 3: Mobility and Infrastructure
Mobility and Infrastructure in the Russian Arctic: Das Sein bestimmt das Bewusstsein? Nikolai Vakhtin
The editorial team is pleased to announce that the latest issue of East European Jewish Affairs is now available. This special issue, titled "Jewish Migration in Modern Times: The Case of Eastern Europe," was guest edited by Semion Goldin (Hebrew University), Mia Spiro (University of Glasgow), and Scott Ury (Tel Aviv University).
Please visit the Taylor & Francis website for more information about the journal: www.tandfonline.com/toc/feej20/current
CFP - We are accepting paper submissions to the fourteenth annual Annual Graduate History Symposium: Senses and Spaces, May 10-11 at the University of Toronto:
The 29th ISANA International Education Association Conference will be held at the Sydney Masonic Centre, New South Wales, from 4 to 7 December 2018.
The conference will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall student success, both within and outside the classroom. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, social activities and lots of networking opportunities. Delegates will be able to share successful strategies, engage with key stakeholders and develop important partnerships.
We invite authors from the humanities and social sciences to submit book proposals and manuscripts for our new book series in Intercultural Transfer Studies. We seek manuscripts that highlight the interconnected nature of the modern world since the fifteenth century. Book proposals and manuscripts should focus on the processes of intercultural contacts and transfers that shaped human societies and cultures. The intercultural transfer paradigm allows us to study phenomena within the space these phenomena created, and which cuts across national spaces.
Conceptualized and organized by Francesca Falk (University of Freiburg) & infoclio.ch.
In cooperation with the PhD-Program «Migration and Postcoloniality in Switzerland».