Journal ToC: International Journal of Military History and Historiography 38, no. 2 (2018).

International Journal of Military History and Historiography 38, no. 2 (2018).

Special Issue: 'War Cemeteries as Agents of Collective, Transnational Memory'

Edited by Kate Clarke Lemay

 

Table of Contents

Pages: 155–158

 

The Construction of Transnational Remembrance in the War Cemeteries of the Twentieth Century

By Kate Clarke Lemay

Pp. 159–169

 

CFP: East Asia in Global Perspective: Transnational Movement and Exchange in the Age of Empire, c.1850-1950 (Hong Kong, 24-25 May 2019)

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Call for Papers
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May 24, 2019 to May 25, 2019

PhD Scholarship: The Cold War in Global Perspectives

The Department of History invites applications for a PhD in History focused on exploring the Cold War in global perspectives. Particular themes could include post-colonial security issues, such as defence and/or military assistance relations between the superpowers, the former metropoles or other West European countries and African states, conflicts, human rights or peacekeeping. We would particularly welcome applications which avoid a Eurocentric perspective.

ANN: The Cold War in Global Perspectives Ph.D. Scholarship

Lancaster University's Department of History invites applications for a PhD in History focused on exploring the Cold War in global perspectives. Particular themes could include post-colonial security issues, such as defence and/or military assistance relations between the superpowers, the former metropoles or other West European countries and African states, conflicts, human rights or peacekeeping. We would particularly welcome applications which avoid a Eurocentric perspective.

PhD Scholarship: The Cold War in Global Perspectives

Lancaster University's Department of History invites applications for a PhD in History focused on exploring the Cold War in global perspectives. Particular themes could include post-colonial security issues, such as defence and/or military assistance relations between the superpowers, the former metropoles or other West European countries and African states, conflicts, human rights or peacekeeping. We would particularly welcome applications which avoid a Eurocentric perspective.

CFP: LSE International History Research Seminar, Lent Term 2019

LSE International History Research Seminar

Call for Proposals

We are pleased to invite proposals for the Lent term session of LSE International History Research Seminar (HY509).

The seminar welcomes presentations on any aspect of - or approach to – international, global and world history, broadly defined, with a focus on the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. The seminar is an ideal environment to present research at an early stage and meet LSE faculty members and other graduate students.

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