LAST CALL FOR PAPERS, ABSTRACTS, AND PANEL PROPOSALS
Second call for papers
ICAS-Showa Women's University Joint Seminar
How Can Japan “Activate” Women?
4th SUMMER SCHOOL IN ONTOLOGY
26th - 31st August 2018
The summer school valorises the pursuit of ontology, foregrounding the debate on this classical philosophical question. The six-day course fosters a rich and lively intellectual exchange by addressing, in a rigorous and clear manner, different philosophical perspectives.
The fourth edition of of ISP/Ontology will take place in Grado (Italy) from the 26th to the 31st of August and will host:
The year 2021 will mark the 100-year anniversary of the 1921 People’s Revolution in Mongolia, which established the second independent communist nation in the world, the Mongolian People’s Republic, and effected immediate and far-reaching changes on the everyday lives of Mongolians for most of the twentieth century. Yet, as we approach this anniversary, the People’s Revolution has become part of the distant past for many Mongolians, who may feel nostalgia or antipathy towards the socialist Mongolian past or who may question its relevance for their lives.
Texas Tech University will host the 28th annual conference of the Texas Medieval Association, late Thursday through Saturday, on the last week end of October in 2018. The very preliminary conference schedule, with aspects still under negotiation, is as follows:
The Herbert L. Poole Award, sponsored by the North Carolina Friends Historical Society, is for an outstanding paper on a topic in southern Quaker history. Herbert Poole was the long-time director of the Guilford College Hege Library and editor of The Southern Friend: Journal of the North Carolina Friends Historical Society. Both amateur and professional historians are invited to apply. Papers should contribute to the greater understanding of the history of Friends in the southeastern United States with original research and are expected to be well written and properly documented.
72nd Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians
April 24-28, 2019 / Providence, Rhode Island
CFP: State of Emergency: Architecture, Urbanism, and World War One
Session Chairs: Erin Sassin, Middlebury College, and Sophie Hochhäusl, Harvard University
Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination
Issue number 137 (May 2020)
Abstract Deadline: September 1, 2018
Co-Edited by Amy Chazkel, Monica Kim, and Naomi Paik
Process—the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian—