CFP: International Conference on Cross Cultural Encounters (15 January 2016)

  Dear Colleagues, we are pleased to invite you to participate to the “International Conference on Cross Cultural Encounters (ICCCE 2016)”. The conference will provide excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and experience of the student, researchers and also interested persons. Historical and contemporary global migration involves a range of cross-cultural encounters, but how are these interactions…

CFP: HOTCUS Annual Conference (19 February 2016)

HOTCUS Annual Conference Call for Papers Roosevelt Study Center, Middleburg, Netherlands 6-8 July 2016Plenary Speaker: Professor Margot Canaday (Princeton University)Papers from members or non-members are requested on all topics concerning the history of the United States from 1890 to the present. Individual or panel proposals are welcome (panels should have no more than three presenters…

CFP: Cityscapes: Media Textualities and Urban Visions (1 February 2016)

CFP: Cityscapes: Media Textualities and Urban Visions, 23rd April 2016, York St John University Organisers: Dr Kaley Kramer & Dr Anne-Marie EvansYork St John University is proud to host a one day conference exploring representations of the city and urban spaces in literature and media. The city as a human institution has a long history;…

CFP: MA Conference ‘Urban America: Mediating City Space as Place’ (8 January 2016)

Our MA-level graduate conference “Urban America: Mediating City Space as Place,” taking place on April 2, 2016 in Leipzig (Germany) will investigate the construction, mediation, and representation of urban spaces and places on an interdisciplinary level. Proposals are due by January 8, 2016. Please find attached the complete call for proposals and the conference poster.…

CFP: Prohibition: Responses from the Humanities and Social Sciences (15 January 2016)

  CALL FOR PAPERS: BRITISH ACADEMY/UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK WORKSHOP Prohibition Responses from the Humanities and Social Sciences Wednesday 23 March, 2016 Keynote lecture: Dr Benjamin Smith Department of History, University Of Warwick ‘The Year Mexico Legalised Drugs’ This workshop is a cross-disciplinary forum for humanities and social science scholars to discuss issues raised by the…

CFP: SHAFR-TSA Summer Institute in the Netherlands (10 January 2016)

2016 SHAFR-TSA SUMMER INSTITUTE IN THE NETHERLANDS  “Culture, Propaganda, and Intelligence in Foreign Relations” The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR), in partnership with the Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA), invites proposals for the SHAFR Summer Institute, to be held in the summer of 2016 in the Netherlands. The Institute will be timed so that…

CFP: IASPM UK and Ireland Biennial Conference: Popular Music: Creativity, Practice and Praxis (25 January 2016)

  IASPM UK and Ireland Biennial Conference: Popular Music: Creativity, Practice and Praxis University of Sussex and the British and Irish Modern Music Institute (Brighton), 8-10 September 2016 Creativity is clearly a vital aspect of popular music and one which may be understood from a variety of perspectives, for example those of educators, composers, musicians,…

CFP: The Holocaust and the Struggle for Civil Rights (7 December 2015)

  CALL FOR PAPERS: The Holocaust and the Struggle for Civil Rights International Workshop University of Sussex School of History, Art History and Philosophy Sussex Centre for American Studies and Centre for German-Jewish Studies Brighton, 14–15 April 2016Until not long ago, the story of the African American civil rights movement has been told largely within…