2017 Memory Lecture and Masterclass with Prof Ann Rigney

The Connecting Cultures GRP and the European History Research Centre (EHRC) at the University of Warwick cordially invite you to

 

The 2017 Memory lecture with Prof. Ann Rigney, Chair of Comparative Literature, Utrecht University:

 Topographies of Memory after the Nation 

Tuesday, 21 February 2017, 5 -7pm in the Wolfson Research Exchange (Library, 3rd floor) – all welcome!

CfP (conference): 2017 Global Affairs Graduate Conference at Rutgers University, April 21, 2017

Dynamics of Global Inequality: New Thinking in Global Affairs

2017 Annual Global Affairs Graduate Student Conference

Rutgers Division of Global Affairs, Newark, NJ, April 21, 2017

 

CFP: Family Sagas in World Literatures and Audio-Visual Cultures Reimagining Nations Across the Globe

Call for Papers

Family Sagas in World Literatures and Audio-Visual Cultures
Reimagining Nations Across the Globe

Centre for World Literatures – Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures

University of Leeds, 28-29 June 2017, 9am-5pm

ANN: Hablemos de Historia con Aurélien Aramini

Estimados colegas,

Este próximo jueves 10 de noviembre a las 15 horas GTM tendrá lugar una nueva emisión del programa Hablemos de Historia. En ella conversaremos con Aurélien Aramini de la Universté de Franche-Comté (Francia)  sobre su libro Michelet, à la recherche de l'identité de la France. De la fusion nationale au conflit des traditions.

CFP Panelists at SHAFR Annual Conference

Hello Everyone,

A colleague and I are looking for fellow presenters to join us at the SHAFR (The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations) annual meeting in Alexandria, VA next June. We are examining how US foreign policy and military interventions have intersected with local efforts to redefine national identity in East Asia. So far we have panelists working on Singapore in the 1960s and China in the 1940s. 

If you are intersted, please write to me at zfredman@ntu.edu.sg.

 

Thanks,

Zach Fredman

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