NACBS 2018 Panel: Consumption, Temperance, Social Control

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I'm looking to put together a panel for NACBS in October. My paper will deal with coffee houses and coffee taverns in London in the late nineteenth century, and the relationship between such spaces and the temperance movement. I'm still fleshing out the details of my own paper, and am therefore flexible on the actual direction of the panel. My subject matter touches on the history of consumption, social control movements, and issues of class in social spaces, so there is great potential for putting together a great interdisciplinary panel on a variety of topics. 

CFC: (EXTENDED DEADLINE) Thematic dossier: "Portuguese Colonialism and the Indian Ocean: Reviewing the nineteenth century” (Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais)

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December 19, 2017

CFP: Thematic dossier "Portuguese Colonialism and the Indian Ocean: Reviewing the nineteenth century” (Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais)

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Call for Papers “Portuguese Colonialism and the Indian Ocean: Reviewing the nineteenth century”

Editors: Walter Rossa, Rochelle Pinto, Sidh Losa Mendiratta

CFC: Thematic dossier "Portuguese Colonialism and the Indian Ocean: Reviewing the nineteenth century” (Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais)

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
November 19, 2017

Ottoman Crossings / Osmanische Schnittstellen

Research on the Ottoman Empire is a broad field full of intersections: between men, women, and youths; between poetic expression and political action; between languages, cultures, and religions; between peace, war, and genocide; between past and present—and last but not least, from an academic perspective, between history and literature.

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