Dear Fellow Historians,
Narrating the Holodomor: The Social and Cultural History of Collectivization and Famine in Soviet Ukraine
December 9-11, 2021
The social and cultural history of the Holodomor remains understudied despite the many scholarly works on collectivization and the Famine that have been published. This conference seeks to recover the voices of those who lived through the events. Presenters will consider survivor and witness memoirs and testimonies, incorporating and analyzing both official government sources and ego-documents.
The Fulbright Program in Ukraine is pleased to invite you to an online lecture “Through the Lens of Nikolai Bokan: An Intimate History of One Family’s Experience During and After the Holodomor” by John Vsetecka, PhD Candidate in the Department of History at Michigan State University and a current Fulbright Student Scholar based in Kyiv. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, 3:00 p.m., in ZOOM and on the Fulbright Ukraine Facebook page
Center for Urban History invites you to participate in the online-seminar "Man with a (Movie) Camera – a Community with (Media) Imagination".
Iniciar-se-á em 14 de outubro de 2021 a terceira edição dos seminários de Fontes de Arquivos Estrangeiros para o Estudo da História de Portugal (https://faeehp.wordpress.com/). O calendário deste ano letivo de 2021-2022 inclui quatro oradores de universidades portuguesas e estrangeiras, especialistas em diferentes temáticas, áreas geográficas e cronologias.
The Scottish Privy Council Project is delighted to present a workshop exploring the history of the council in the early modern period.
This event will take place at the University of Stirling on Thursday, 28 October, 9.30am-6pm.
Please see our Eventbrite page for full details, and to sign up to attend either online or in person.
The Papers of Andrew Jackson project at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is pleased to announce that our latest volume, Volume XI: 1833, published in 2019, is now available online in two formats.