CfP: GSA 2021 - Seminar: Tradition and Discontinuity: The Early Modern Period as Solitary Era (25.01.2021)

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Abstract:

The Early Modern Period has been recognized as a transition period for ancient and medieval traditions (Hoefele/Mueller/Oesterreicher 2013). However, many of the earlier traditions this period adopted were later denied by subsequent eras.

CFP: Decolonising Archives, Rethinking Canons: Writing Intellectual Histories of Global Entanglements (Virtual, 26-27 March 2021)

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Workshop
Date: 
March 26, 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS for a workshop aiming to a special issue on "Mobile spatialities and temporalities of the Mediterranean (XV-XXI centuries)"

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Call for Papers
Date: 
February 5, 2021

Online course: The Work of Art in the Age of the Automaton - enrolling now for Jan 2021

Hi all,
I am writing to share info about an online seminar-style course that may be of interest:
 
The Work of Art in the Age of the Automaton, January 7–28, 2021; Thursdays 6–8pm ET; 4 online class sessions over a period of 4 weeks; enrollment is open but limited to the first 20 students.
 
Course description:
Long before automation became associated with modernity and capitalist production, automated movement presented a quandary fo

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