Help Preserve Labor History Collections! Participate in the Labor Archives Section’s Directory Survey
The Society of American Archivists’ Labor Archives Section is expanding and updating its directory of cultural heritage materials related to labor unions, labor organizing, and working peoples in the United States and Canada. This important resource, which began in the 1990s is an ongoing listing of labor and labor related repositories and their collections througout North America.
III Jornadas Nacionales
Red de Estudios sobre el Socialismo argentino (RESA)
4 y 5 de marzo de 2021 - Modalidad virtual
Facultad de Ciencias Humanas, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa,
Santa Rosa, La Pampa (Resoluciones N° 622/19 y 349/20 CD-FCH-UNLPam)
Dr. Carlos Miguel Herrera (RESA- CY Cergy Paris Université, Francia), Dr. Ricardo Martínez Mazzola (RESA-CONICET-UNSAM-UBA), Esp. Mirta Ester Zink (IESH-UNLPam) y Dr. Federico Carmelo Martocci (CONICET-IEHSOLP-IESH-UNLPam).
E' online il portale delle fonti per la storia del Partito comunista italiano, promosso e realizzato dalla Fondazione Gramsci in collaborazione con la Fondazione Gramsci Emilia-Romagna, la Fondazione Istituto Piemontese Antonio Gramsci, la Fondazione Gramsci di Puglia, l’Istituto Gramsci Marche, l’Istituto Gramsci Siciliano, l’Istituto Gramsci Tosca
The University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE), the German Historical Institute in Washington (GHI) and the National History Center of the American Historical Association (NHC), in cooperation with the Interdisciplinary Center for Integration and Migration Research (InZentIM), the Institute for the Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) and the Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research (KHK/GCR21), are pleased to announce the first International Seminar i
CfP: Datafication in the Historical Humanities: Reconsidering Traditional Understandings of Sources and Data
The Fifth Annual GHI Conference on Digital Humanities and Digital History will revolve around the concept of “datafication,” that is, the production of and the shift toward digital representations of historical sources as a prerequisite for storage, access, and analysis, not to mention their transmission and publication online.
In recent decades, studies have argued persuasively that armed conflict and nationalism are firmly linked and many scholars regarded war as one of the main drivers of nation-building. As historians have shown, armed conflict can be used to strengthen the kind of group cohesion on which the concept of the nation relies and also to accelerate the cultural and political processes through which ethnic boundaries (literal and figurative) are drawn.
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 provides an opportunity to re-evaluate the impact of the Franco-Prussian War as a turning-point for Europe.