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Images du travail et syndicalisme
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CfP: Citizenship, Migration and Social Rights – Historical Experiences from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century
Citizenship, Migration and Social Rights – Historical Experiences from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century
Date: 4 – 5 March 2021
Location: Humboldt University Berlin, International Research Centre Work and Human Lifecycle in Global History (re:work), Georgenstr. 23, 10117 Berlin
Organizers: Beate Althammer, DFG-Project “The Borders of the Welfare State: Migration, Social Rights and Expulsion (1850-1933)”, in cooperation with re:work
Deadline for proposals: 15 September 2020
L’APHG, l’AFHMT et la Revue d’histoire du XIXe siècle ont le plaisir de vous inviter à une journée d’étude dans le cadre de la préparation de la question d’histoire contemporaine pour la session 2021 du Capes et de l’agrégation : « Le travail en Europe occidentale des années 1830 aux années 1930. Mains-d’oeuvre artisanales et industrielles, pratiques et questions sociales. » Sous couvert de modifications éventuelles dont nous vous ferons part, celle-ci devrait se dérouler à l’Université de Nanterre, le samedi 17 octobre 2020.
El Partido Socialista argentino, 1896-1912. Una historia social y política
Santiago de Chile, Ariadna Ediciones, 2020, 288 páginas
Santiago de Chile, junio 2020
Obra bajo Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercialSinDerivadas 4.0 Internacional.
Disponible en acceso abierto en: http://ariadnaediciones.cl/images/pdf/partidoSocialAr.pdf
A special issue of Histories (ISSN 2409-9252).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2020.
According to the United Nations’ environmental risk index, a by-country report on the effects of global climate change, the inhabitants, locales, and economies of global south nations will be disproportionally affected as global warming intensifies.
CfP: Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS) Conference 2021: Studies of Belonging
The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS) welcomes proposals from scholars and cultural practitioners for the NIAS Conference from 9-11 June 2021
The overarching theme of this interdisciplinary 3-day conference is studies of belonging. The definition of ‘studies of belonging’ will deliberately remain open as this concept can apply to a vast range of social, historical, material, cultural, psychological, juridical, social geographical, and economic phenomena.
CfA: Post-Doc in research project "Challenging Populist Truth-Making in Europe: The Role of Museums in a Digital 'Post-Truth' European Society"
In the project „Challenging Populist Truth-Making in Europe: The Role of Museums in a Digital ‚Post-Truth‘ European Society“ (CHAPTER) (project leaders: Prof. Dr. Christoph Bareither and Prof. Dr. Sharon Macdonald, funded by the Volkswagen Foundation, http://www.carmah.berlin/chapter/), the position of an academic staff member (Post-Doc, 100% TVL E13, 48 months) is to be filled.
In einem Forschungsvorhaben zum gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt in China in aktiver Auseinandersetzung mit historischen Entwicklungen sowie theoretischen Ansätzen zu Populismus und Nationalismus sowie der Präsentation und Wahrnehmung Chinas in Deutschland und Europa unter der Leitung von Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Kaske ist ab dem 1. Januar 2021 eine Stellezu besetzen.
The Cahiers d'Histoire. Revue d'Histoire Critique, is a generalist journal which aims, through a wide variety of themes, to develop a history polarized around the functioning of social dominations in all their political, economic and cultural dimensions. This approach is accompanied by a reflexive approach to the forms of production and uses of historical knowledge in these processes of domination.
Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies is pleased to announce this call for papers for a dossier to be published in August 2021 on the relationship between culture and politics in Brazil over the past decade (2011-2020). The period between 2011 and 2020 was marked by a number of milestone political events, such as Dilma Rousseff’s two-term administration – including the June 2013 protests and the 2016 presidential impeachment –, Michel Temer’s transitional administration, and the election of Jair Bolsonaro.
La revue JGHES – Journal gabonais d’histoire économique et sociale – est une revue scientifique annuelle. Son objectif est de faire connaître des recherches universitaires sur l’histoire, avec une ouverture sur les sciences sociales, arts et lettres. Chacun de ses numéros présente un dossier sur les questions d’histoire, tout en ouvrant ses portes à des textes hors dossier, à travers la rubrique « varia ».
Black Rose Books, in global collaboration with other organisations, scholars, activists and university departments, is organizing a conference to celebrate Peter Kropotkin’s life and work. This conference would commemorate 100 years since his death on February 8th, 1921.
Kropotkin is undoubtedly one of the most important anarchist thinkers to understand the vision, and action, needed for positive transformative change. His legacy is critically important and needs to be shared so that others can know about his values and what he dedicated his life towards.
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 16 April 2021
The Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871 is widely acknowledged to have been a cause of intense political, social and cultural conflict, a shaping element in modern French and German nationalism, and a significant factor in international tensions prior to 1914. The 150th anniversary in 2020-21 therefore provides an opportunity to re-evaluate the impact of the Franco-Prussian War as a turning-point for Europe.
CfP: Troubled Pasts and Memory Politics: Contesting Hegemonic Narratives in North America, Europe and Eurasia
What we remember about the past is as crucial as why we remember and for what we remember. Remembering occurs in specific cultural and political formats through which the past is invoked as a means to various, and often incompatible, ends. At the same time, the multifarious commemorative practices of the past have a presentist dimension, referring to the fact that social and cultural construction of memory narratives is co-constituted by the prerequisites and imminences of the present.
First online-workshop of the SAW-research network „Legacies of Communism"
21 – 25 September 2020
CfP: Sources and methods for the study of economic inequality in preindustrial societies: The Iberian Peninsula (1300-1600)
During the last years we have witnessed a renewed interest in wealth distribution and inequality in pre-industrial societies. The economic crisis and the subsequent rise in social differences that has occurred over the last decades has been one of the main reasons why historians and economists have retaken the analysis of this phenomenon. Due to the richness of the preserved documentary sources in the Iberian Peninsula, the study of inequality and its origins has been studied also in the medieval period, being tax sources particularly useful.
5, 12, 19 and 26 February 2021
4 - 8 p.m. CET
The Chair of Gender History at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, together with the Arbeitskreis Historische Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung e.V. and the Digital German Women's Archive (Digitales Deutsches Frauenarchiv), is organising a virtual international conference on "Digital Humanities and Gender History" on the four Friday afternoons of February 2021.
CfA: PhD Fellowship: Coal at the cross roads: the rise and fall of an industry in the 19th and 20th century
[For more information please see: https://limes.maastrichtuniversity.nl/vacancies/coal-cross-roads-rise-and-fall-industry-19th-and-20th-century]
(See attached PDF for French version)