Social and Labour History News
Starting date: October 01, 2022
Application deadline: Open until filled
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The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) at Central European University (CEU) based primarily in Budapest but with teaching tasks in Vienna, Austria invites applications for the Digital Archivist position.
Women's maritime work in the Upper Adriatic region with a focus on the two post-WW periods (WeCanIt)
Marie Skłodowska-Curie project at the University of Ljubljana on women's maritime work in the Upper Adriatic region with a focus on the two post-WW periods (project acronym WeCanIt).
Within the project activities was created wecanit.eu, a research blog and public history website dedicated to the research topics.Tags: ELHN
In occasione del trentennale delle uccisioni di Giovanni Falcone e Paolo Borsellino e del quarantennale di quella di Pio La Torre, la Fondazione Gramsci Emilia-Romagna e Libera promuovono il dialogo Narrare la mafia. Problemi di storia, questioni di memoria nel quale verranno indagati, con prospettiva interdisciplinare, i processi culturali, con particolare attenzione a quelli storiografici e memorialistici, che intessono la narrazione del fenomeno mafioso e la costruzione di una coscienza critica condivisa della legalità.
CfP: Under the Hammer. Trafficking, Trading, and Salvaging the Middle Eastern and North African Written Heritage
The trade in written artifacts of Middle Eastern origin is flourishing and its dimensions are growing particularly in areas experiencing military conflict and/or extreme poverty. Yemen is one such area: given the ongoing war, manuscripts are being clandestinely taken out of the country. Syria, Iraq, and Libya are similarly affected.
As we approach the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, we are seeking papers to create a special issue journal to cover topics relating to Civil Rights of the early 1960s for our Fall 2024 edition. How did civil rights flourish in not only the United States, but other nations? How have we expanded our understanding of the international implications of the Civil Rights Movement?
Political and media rhetoric in Europe and North America tends to reduce the category of intermediaries in migratory movements to that of “smugglers or traffickers, inevitably described as greedy and unscrupulous” (Dubet, 2018). This figure, described as evil, remains relatively vague and reductive.
CfP: Anticolonial Struggle, Transnational Solidarity and Agency of Individual Actors: Dialogues with the Portuguese Colonies, 1945-1975
Basil Davidson, a British journalist, took interest in African history from 1951 onward and went on to write about the struggle of the national liberation movements from Portuguese colonies.
Artwork: Cansu Değirmencioğlu
ELHN Working Group Workplaces: Pasts and Presents
CALL FOR EXHIBITS
We invite proposals for exhibits for our website https://workplaces.omeka.net. Please send a maximum 300 word abstract and sample images, videos, sounds or other multimedia for your proposal to email@example.com. The proposal should include your name, surname, current affiliation and contact details.Tags: ELHN
Coordinan este dossier Julia Expósito (UNER-UNR-CONICET) y Gabriela Mitidieri (IIEGE-UBA)
Our Invisible Histories series continues tomorrow and we have just a few tickets left for our production of 'Miss Nobodies' on Friday evening.
Appel à articles « Les temporalités du nocturne » Temporalités n° 37 (2023/1)
International Conference, University of Bern, Switzerland, 31 August – 2 September 2023
Sibylle Marti, University of Bern, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christof Dejung, University of Bern, Switzerland, email@example.com
Susan Carin Zimmermann, Central European University, Vienna, Austria, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisbon, 21-22 September 2022
Historia Crítica, a journal of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia), announces a call for papers for its special issue “Capitalisms of the “Global South”, X-XIX centuries, guest-edited by Constanza Castro (Assistant Professor. Department of History and Geography. Universidad de los Andes) and Kaveh Yazdani (Assistant Professor. Department of History. The University of Connecticut).
Call for Papers, PERIPHERIE, 169 (publication date spring 2023).
War in Europe – How about the Global South?
Call for Papers, PERIPHERIE, 169 (publication date spring 2023)
Zurich, 1-2 December 2022
This international workshop aims to engage with the history of nonviolence in Europe in the second half of the 20th century. In diverse social and political spheres, different forms of violence have been delegitimised, and nonviolence has become a guiding principle. Has there been a paradigm shift regarding ideals of nonviolence in politics, social relations, and public discourse in Europe?
30.09-01.10.2022, University of Warsaw
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