I am putting together a panel on Islam in pre-Modern China for next year’s American Academy of Religion (Chinese Religions Unit) annual meeting (Denver, November 17-20) and am looking to add two/three additional presenters.
FREE central London event
17:15-18:30, 20 February 2018
Wolfson Room I, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, London, WC1 7HU
Dr Caroline Withall will explore the lives of poor boys who went to sea during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Meet apprentices like Edward Kelly, who was beaten so badly he lost the use of his arm, William Cakebread, who was jailed for smuggling, and William Brook, a ‘boy of colour’ recommended by the Lord Mayor of London.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Fifth Amsterdam Symposium on the History of Food (16-17 November 2018)
topic: Body and Soul: Examining the historical relation between nutrition, health, and culture
We invite abstracts for papers covering any topic related to the study of the relationship between body and nutrition including, but not limited to, the following:
Transatlantica special issue
Creating the child audience: media and the invention of modern American childhood from the late 19th century to the present day
VIII WORKSHOP OF SOCIAL HISTORY OF HEALTH AND DISEASE
IN ARGENTINA AND LATIN AMERICA
Processes of health, disease and healing practices: interdisciplinary approaches in the construction of knowledge
Call for Papers: Disability and Shame
Conference Name: Jakarta – International Conference on Research in Social Science & Humanities (ICRSSH), 20-21 Nov 2018
Conference Dates: 20 – 21 November 2018
Call for Abstracts SAPREJ 18
The University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji will host the 4th International Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Eco-Justice (SAPREJ 18) Conference discussing issues about environmental ethics, poverty and sustainable development before the threat of climate change.
The conference will be held from June 26 – 29, 2018
The following sessions have been suggested so far. Additional sessions can be included if sufficient interest is expressed.
Motivating Monuments: Defining Collective Identities in Public Spaces is a symposium hosted by the graduate students of the History of Art and Architecture Department at the University of Pittsburgh held November 2-3, 2018. Dr. Jacqueline Jung will serve as the symposium's keynote speaker.