31/01/19 – 2 one-year post-doctoral fellowship in italian studies

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01/09/2018 – CFP: Interdisciplinary Workshop “Histories and Rhythms of Urban Violence”

The workshop aims to explore the generative capacities of violence, in particularly if and how it transforms space and time in the city.

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15/08/2018 – CFP: (Dis)figuring War: Literature and the Arts, 1918-2018

This conference @ Stanford University seeks to examine ways in which literature and the arts have taken up and taken apart war and the myths surrounding it.

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Call for proposals for the 19-Century Podcast

Make your voice heard! The C19 Podcast is a stage for public scholarship on American literature, history, and culture. 

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29/06/2018 – Call for papers Ohio valley history conference.

The OVHC is a general conference open to all historians and advanced graduate students. We welcome proposals on all periods and specializations including public history, digital history, and teaching history.

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20/09/2018 – CFP: Tendenze politiche e religiose dalla Corte di Enrico VIII (1491-1547) alla missione di Padre Matteo Ricci (1552-1610) presso l’Imperatore della Cina

Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”, Macroarea di Lettere e Filosofia
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01/08/2018 – Early American Literature, “Beyond recovery”

The recognition that archives are partial, filled with lacunae that demand scholarly attention, has fueled research engaging the epistemological, cultural, and political forces of early American materials and repositories.

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01/06/2018 – CFP Annual Louisiana Studies Conference “Once Upon a Time in Louisiana”

The 2018 conference theme, “Once Upon a Time in Louisiana,” is dedicated to exploring Louisiana’s long and continued relationship with narrative. Presentation proposals on any aspect of Louisiana narratives, as well as creative texts and performances by, about, and/or for Louisiana and Louisianans, are sought for this year’s conference.

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15/05/2018 – CFP “The Past, Present, and Future of Libraries”

In commemoration of the American Philosophical Society’s 275th anniversary, the Society’s Library, along with the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), is hosting an interdisciplinary and international conference that explores the history of libraries, the present opportunities for libraries (especially independent research libraries and those with special collections), and the potential future for libraries as they continue to evolve in the 21st century.

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01/05/18 – CFP “Seeing Like a Capitalist: Histories of Commercial Surveillance in America”

The history of surveillance is often associated with the history of the state. However, commercial organizations in the United States – from insurance companies to audience rating firms and database marketers, to corporate personnel and auditing departments – also exercise power over citizens through systems of identification, classification, and monitoring. The history of commercial surveillance thus intersects with key issues concerning the history of privacy, information, social sorting and discrimination, and technologies of discipline and control. Leggi tutto “01/05/18 – CFP “Seeing Like a Capitalist: Histories of Commercial Surveillance in America””