Workshop: Politics of E-Heritage: Production and Regulation of Digital Memory in Eastern Europe and Russia

Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Cooperation with the Aleksanteri Institute
and the University of Glasgow
Time: 3-4 June 2019
Venue: Gisonenweg 5-7, Marburg
Initiators/Organizers: Eszter Gantner, Olga Dovbysh

SCHEDULE


MONDAY, 3 JUNE 2019
1:00 pm WELCOME by Eszter Gantner/Olga Dovbysh

1:15–1:45 pm IMPULSE LECTURE by Peter Haslinger
Do We Need New Digital Knowledge Architecture for Dealing with Historical and
Cultural Memory?

1:45–2:00 pm Discussion

H-Diplo Article Review 857- Hsiung on Shmagin. “They Fear Us, yet Cling to Us: Russian Negotiations with Tsushima Domain Officials during the 1861 Tsushima Incident.”

H-Diplo Article Review
No. 857
16 May 2019

Article Review Editors: Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

Viktor Shmagin.  “They Fear Us, yet Cling to Us: Russian Negotiations with Tsushima Domain Officials during the 1861 Tsushima Incident.”  The International History Review 39:3 (2017): 521-545.

URL: http://tiny.cc/AR857

Reminder / CfP: 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference "Technology, Culture, and Society in the Eurasian Space"

Dear colleagues,

 

The deadline for the 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference "Technology, Culture, and Society in the Eurasian Space" is approaching! Paper/poster, panel, and roundtable proposals are due by May 15th.

 

Reminder / CfP: 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference "Technology, Culture, and Society in the Eurasian Space"

Dear colleagues,

 

The deadline for the 19th Annual Aleksanteri Conference "Technology, Culture, and Society in the Eurasian Space" is approaching! Paper/poster, panel, and roundtable proposals are due by May 15th.

 

Deadline approaching (28 Feb.): No Neighbours’ Land: Postwar Europe in a New Comparative Perspective -- International Workshop, Warsaw, 23-25 Oct. 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS

No Neighbours’ Land: Postwar Europe in a New Comparative Perspective

International Workshop, Warsaw, 23-25 October 2019

How does one get used to living in a house that once belonged to people who were deported? How does it feel to wear the dress of your murdered neighbor? What happens when half of the community vanishes overnight? Is it easier to cope if the process of destruction takes longer?

CFP: Historicizing “Whiteness” in Eastern Europe and Russia

Historicizing “Whiteness” in Eastern Europe and Russia

Call for Papers: Deadline 11 March 2019

Date: 25-26 June 2019

Hosted by: Centre for the Study of Equal Opportunity Policies at the Political Science Department, University of Bucharest  

http://cpes.fspub.unibuc.ro/

New Issue of Sibirica: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

The new issue of Sibirica has published!

Volume 17, Issue 3: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

Introduction

Indigenous Methodology, Uliana Vinokurova

http://bit.ly/2RcMI1G

Articles

Indigenous Peoples of Siberia and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century, Uliana Vinokurova

http://bit.ly/2Ua5ZCI

Pages

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