CFP: Virtual Workshop Series: Africa in the Eighteenth Century

What did the eighteenth century look like, smell like, sound like? And how different would those answers have been for different parts of the world? Historians and theorists of globalization have both identified a convergence of social, cultural, and political forms in the modern period. But how different would people have really found each other in the eighteenth century?

CFP - Conferência Internacional “A justiça episcopal e os seus impactos no império ultramarino português, 1514-1750”

Convite à apresentação de comunicações | Conferência Internacional “A justiça episcopal e os seus impactos no império ultramarino português, 1514-1750” | 16 e 17 de julho de 2021 | Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal).

 

Data Prosopography and Archives of Violence in Nineteenth-Century Virginia- 11/19 Digital History Projects Seminar at the MHS

Data Prosopography and Archives of Violence in Nineteenth-Century Virginia

Author: Anelise Shrout, Bates College
Comment: Robert K. Nelson, University of Richmond

Call for Chapters: Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age

The Sapienza Research project "Negotiating Stories in Cohabitation: Dynamics and Narratives of Peace in the Great Empires of the Past (from Antiquity to Present Times)" lead by Professor Alessandro Saggioro is asking for contribution for an edited volume on  "Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age", to be published by Sapienza University Press in 2021. 

Abstract deadline: 30th November 2020. Notification of acceptance: 20th December 2020. Paper deadline: 1st April 2021.

CFP: Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age

The Sapienza Research project "Negotiating Stories in Cohabitation: Dynamics and Narratives of Peace in the Great Empires of the Past (from Antiquity to Present Times)" lead by Professor Alessandro Saggioro is asking for contribution for an edited volume on  "Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age", to be published by Sapienza University Press in 2021. 

Abstract deadline: 30th November 2020. Notification of acceptance: 20th December 2020. Paper deadline: 1st April 2021.

CFP: Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age

The Sapienza Research project "Negotiating Stories in Cohabitation: Dynamics and Narratives of Peace in the Great Empires of the Past (from Antiquity to Present Times)" lead by Professor Alessandro Saggioro is asking for contribution for an edited volume on  "Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age", to be published by Sapienza University Press in 2021. 

Abstract deadline: 30th November 2020. Notification of acceptance: 20th December 2020. Paper deadline: 1st April 2021.

Gendered Charismas: Historical and Transnational Perspectives

Call for Papers

Conference
            “Gendered Charismas: Historical and Transnational Perspectives”
19-20. March 2021


The faculty of theology at Heidelberg University and the Heidelberg Center for American Studies invites proposals for an international conference—to be held digitally in its entirety—exploring religious charisma through the lens of gender.

Archival Resources for Catholic Collections (ARCC) Repository Working Group Symposium Series, November 12, 2020

The Repository Working Group is pleased to announce it first presentation in a planned symposium series on November 12, 2020. Please share with colleagues, friends, and other organizations.

Repository Working Group

The Archival Resources for Catholic Collections (ARCC) Repository Working Group invites you to attend its first symposium series.

 

FEATURED JOB: Assistant Professor/Tenure Track, Department of Religious Studies, New York University Arts and Science, Department of Religious Studies

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Religious Cultural Heritage: Concepts and Issues in the Modern Middle East (Online Short Course)

This is a two-day (11 and 18 December 2020) introductory course on the theme of religious cultural heritage (RCH) in the Middle East. It aims to contextualise RCH as the living cultural heritage of its community of users. In addition, the course attempts to present RCH as a contemporary construct of its socio-political and religious context through its connections to ethnicity, gender, nationalism, as much as religion.

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