Call for Panelists on Welfare/Social Policy for first World Congress of the Society for Global Nineteenth-Century Studies

Hi!

I am looking to form a panel for the Society for Global Nineteenth-Century Studies' first World Congress in Singapore from 19 to 22 June 2023. The theme is "Comparative Empire: Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation, 1750 - 1914.

More information can be found here: https://www.sgncscongress.com/.

ANN: Soeren Urbansky, “Beyond the Steppe Frontier: A History of the Sino-Russian Border”

ANN: “Beyond the Steppe Frontier: A History of the Sino-Russian Border”
 
ARI Talk by Dr. Soeren Urbansky (German Historical Institute Washington, DC / Berkeley).
 
The talk will take place through Zoom at the Asia Research Institute (ARI) of the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Call for Papers: "Rethinking 'Late Colonialisms' in Africa" - Online conference, 15-16 September 2022

Rethinking ‘Late Colonialisms’ in Africa
Online conference, 15-16 September 2022
Co-organisers: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo (University of Coimbra) and Tim Livsey (Northumbria University).

CFP: Rethinking “Late Colonialisms” in Africa (online, September 2022)

Rethinking ‘Late Colonialisms’ in Africa
Online conference, 15-16 September 2022
Co-organisers: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo (University of Coimbra) and Tim Livsey (Northumbria University).

Conference committee: Toyin Falola (University of Texas at Austin), Leigh Gardner (London School of Economics), Bonny Ibhawoh (McMaster University), Alexander Keese (University of Geneva), Amandine Lauro (Free University of Brussels), and Enocent Msindo (Rhodes University).

Call for Papers: "Rethinking 'Late Colonialisms' in Africa" - Online conference, 15-16 September 2022

Rethinking ‘Late Colonialisms’ in Africa
Online conference, 15-16 September 2022
Co-organisers: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo (University of Coimbra) and Tim Livsey (Northumbria University).

Conference committee: Toyin Falola (University of Texas at Austin), Leigh Gardner (London School of Economics), Bonny Ibhawoh (McMaster University), Alexander Keese (University of Geneva), Amandine Lauro (Free University of Brussels), and Enocent Msindo (Rhodes University).

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