The research seminars on “Europe between migration, decolonization and integration (1945-1992)” look at the disappearing of colonial powers and at the European unification process not only as simultaneous proceedings, but also as two historical events that defined the course and the policies of postwar Europe.
Modern American History: First Issue Announcement and CFP
The Cambridge University Press journal Modern American History (MAH) is pleased to announce that some of its inaugural issue is now available online, and the print edition will be available next month. A full table of contents appears below.
Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Oxford Brookes University, Gipsy Lane Campus, London Road, Oxford
Please note that HISTORY ACTS 09 – DISABILITY will now take place in Room 407 at 30 Russell Square.
We apologise for the short notice, the circumstances were beyond our control.
As before, the room is accessible. Information on accessibility and parking can be found here.
For full information about the event, see below.
Call for Papers
Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference in Association with the Oxford Centre for European History
RETHINKING PERIOD BOUNDARIES: HIDDEN CONTINUITIES AND DISCONTINUITIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE FROM THE EIGHTEENTH TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURIES
Date: 26-27 May 2018
Venue: European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College
University of Oxford
Genocide after 1948: 70 Years of Genocide Convention
Call for Papers
NIOD Amsterdam / Utrecht University, 7 and 8 December 2018
The McMaster University Department of History Conference Committee invites papers and panel proposals for our third annual graduate conference, which will be held on November 1st and 2nd, 2018 at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
CFP: World History Connected Forum on “Film and World History: New Approaches and Sources”
People, Place, and Voice: Oral History Basics Workshop
Have you wanted to learn the basics of oral history interviewing but didn't know where to start? Join us for a one-day oral history workshop at the upcoming American Society for Environmental History conference in Riverside, CA, on March 14.
Travel and Tourism in Twentieth-Century Europe
The history of tourism, which has overcome the surprising delay in the attention of contemporary historiography towards “vacation” practices, is nowadays a well-established field of research that includes a vast array of methodological approaches.
Initially, methods and concepts from economic and cultural history prevailed in mainstream tourism historiography; in recent years, political, public, and environmental history outlined the most promising research avenues.