The conference Current Trends in Slavery Studies in Brazil is being held on December 10 and 11 via Zoom.
These Visiting Fellowships of between two and four months are intended to encourage outstanding, digitally-focussed, interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows with a specific focus on the digital. We would particularly welcome applications linked to the themes of the new Institute Project on Decoloniality (IPD'24) taking place at IASH from 2021 to 2024.
This year marks 25 years since Ernest Mandel died. Mandel (5 April 1923 – 20 July 1995) was one of the most significant Marxist economists of the second half of the twentieth century. To make his thinking accessible to a new generation, IIRE Amsterdam is working on several new volumes of essays by Mandel.
Edited by John Solomos, the Routledge Encyclopedia of Race and Racism aims to provide a constantly updated and comprehensive resource for both students and researchers who want to understand key concepts, methods, and topics regarding race and racism across the disciplinary fields of sociology, politics, history, geography, anthropology, ethnic studies and cultural studies.
The conference gathers scholars from urban studies, history, political science, postcolonial theory, architecture, border and migration studies, and allied fields. The selected contributions elaborate on new perspectives of our geopolitical and interconnected urban present through its infrastructural pasts are strongly encouraged.
OCT 18, 2021 - OCT 21, 2021
Fifth Annual Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at the Pacific Regional Office of the GHI in Berkeley | Conveners: Franziska Exeler (Department of History, Free University Berlin; Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge) and Sören Urbansky (Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington, Berkeley)
The NEH-Hagley Fellowship on Business, Culture, and Society supports residencies at the Hagley Library in Wilmington, Delaware for junior and senior scholars whose projects make use of Hagley’s substantial research collections. Scholars must have completed all requirements for their doctoral degrees by the February 15 application deadline. In accordance with NEH requirements, these fellowships are restricted to United States citizens or to foreign nationals who have been living in the United States for at least three years.
The popularity of Soviet ‘retro-culture’ in post-Soviet society is a passionately debated topic in current studies addressing the situation in Russia of the 1990s – 2010s.
Transnational and global history have become intriguing fields of research for young historians.
We seek articles on cultural representations of post/socialism as a global historical formation. The term “postsocialism” was first coined in reference to 1980s innovations in Chinese-style state socialism, and the field of postsocialist studies critiques dominant narratives of transition in former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries.
Carceral systems have expanded over the past decades as strategies accompanying the many ‘wars on’ crime, drugs, poverty, and terrorism. These systems serve to securitize, isolate, manage and police specific groups of criminalized others. In effect, the carceral has become such an inextricable aspect of current security paradigms that scientists speak of a carceral age and carceral states (Moran et al. 2018, Garland 2013, Wacquant 2000).
Starting from the new century, Italian historical studies on childhood in the 20th Century have known a growing, although not systematic, attention. Research has focused on some significant issues, such as wars, fascism, or the Shoah; or on transversal issues such as welfare or school and educational policies. A not secondary role has been played by the publishing industry thanks to the publication of memories and diaries by those experienced, during their childhood, central events of the 20th Century, first of all the World Wars and racial persecution.
Les années post-crise de 2008 ont vu émerger un phénomène nouveau en Europe, en particulier sur sa rive méditerranéenne : le populisme de gauche. Celui-ci s’inscrit néanmoins dans une histoire plus longue et une géographie plus vaste, dont le contenu et les limites font l’objet de débats.
La revue de sociologie brésilienne « Contemporânea » de l’Université de São Carlos organise un dossier sur les sociologies rurales du Maghreb1. Ce dossier a pour objectif de:
i) familiariser les chercheurs brésiliens et, plus largement, sud-américains à la sociologie rurale maghrébine et
ii) à partir de l’espace maghrébin, penser le concept de post-colonialité dans une perspective analytique peu connue, et
iii) amorcer une interaction féconde entre les sociologues ruralistes issus (ou pas) des deux espaces géographiques.
Mapping South-South Connections : Networks, Alliances and New Actors on the International Scene during the Decolonization Process and Cold War in Latin America, Asia and Africa (1810–1990)
Aalborg/Vienna, 10 November 2020
Dear members of the COST Action WORCK,
dear colleagues interested in the study of labour and coercion,
these are truly challenging times! Europe is in midst the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and several European cities are confronted with terror attacks and extreme violence. The current situation makes it extremely difficult for a funding tool dedicated to connecting people through meetings, conferences and training schools to spend the granted funds.
La mise en valeur scientifique des fonds d’archives de la Banque de France ainsi que l’animation de la recherche historique sont principalement assurées par Michel Margairaz, professeur émérite à l’université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne et par Olivier Feiertag, professeur à l’université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Les travaux s'ordonnent autour de trois pôles :
A webpage about Moral Economy has been created, in the framework of a research project conducted at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH (Principal Researcher: Nikos Potamianos): https://moral-economy.ims.forth.gr/?page_id=765&lang=en.
The Queen’s College and the Faculty of History are seeking to recruit an Associate Professor or Professor in Black British History, with a Tutorial Fellowship (the Brittenden Fellowship), to start from 1 October 2021, or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a permanent position after an initial probation. We welcome applications from candidates at all career stages, provided they have a doctorate.