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  • Montpellier

    Study days - History

    Consolation from Greek Antiquity to the XVIIth Century

    Cette journée d'étude porte sur le sujet de la consolation de l’Antiquité grecque au XVIIe siècle.

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  • Frankfurt

    Call for papers - History

    Governing the World: Papacy and Roman Curia throughout the centuries

    Research Tools for History and History of Law

    The Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte invites doctoral students and young researchers to participate in the Study Sessions “Studientage”. The purpose of the workshop is to offer participants in seminars and working groups the basic tools for beginning research in the archives of the Holy See and of other Roman ecclesiastical institutions as well as to provide elements for a critical interpretation of the sources and their contextualization through the most current literature.

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  • Vienna

    Call for papers - History

    Conflict management in modern diplomacy (1500-1914)

    The conference, which is organised by the research group “Diplomacy in Conflict”, focuses on conflict management as the constant processes of mediation and negotiation, which included efforts but also resistance, success but also failure. Diplomatic contacts were not only destined to resolve political or military conflicts, but could also be highly conflictual themselves, due to cultural differences, such as incompatible codes or stereotypes. Diplomatic strategies comprised the avoidance and resolution of conflicts as well as their deliberate escalation or provocation. Furthermore, since the end of the 18th century, cultural conflicts became increasingly charged with national connotations.

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  • Beirut

    Summer School - History

    Reading and analysing Ottoman manuscript sources

    During the four-day programme we will introduce young researchers (mostly MA and PhD candidates, but postdocs may also apply) to reading, combining and analysing manuscript sources from various archives of the Ottoman era, produced at local, provincial and imperial levels. We concentrate mainly on materials from the 16th and 20th centuries, but welcome also explorations into earlier archives.

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  • Call for papers - Science studies

    Arpanet (1969-2019)

    “Internet histories. Digital Technology, Culture and Society” journal

    This call aims at revisiting the history and historiography of the Arpanet, at the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the ancestor of the Internet.

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  • Strasbourg

    Call for papers - Europe

    Cultural transmission and mentors in sport

    The spread of sport throughout Europe - origins and perspectives

    Si les pratiques physiques donnent l’impression d’une relative homogénéité et d’une stabilité, lorsqu’on les observe de manière diachronique ou sur un temps court, elles sont, aussi, le fruit d’hybridations progressives, de métissages, ou le résultat de la juxtaposition d’éléments venus d’ailleurs. Les sports sont traversés par des formes culturelles plurielles et des influences « étrangères » multiples. Combinés aux invariants contenus dans les techniques du corps, ces apports en forgent l’identité. L’ambition de ce colloque sera de révéler et d’analyser les mécanismes par lesquels les sports et les sociétés se sont mutuellement nourris, principalement dans leur dimension culturelle.

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  • Rome

    Study days - History

    La Terra ai Forestieri. Colonizzazioni interne nel Mediterraneo Moderno

    Journée dévoué à la colonisation intérieure avec les étrangers dans l'Europe et la Méditerranée à l'époque moderne. Nous allons discuter avec Maurice Aymard, Marcello Verga, Egidio Ivetic, Elisa Novi Chavarria, Agusti Alcoberro le Pericay, Paolo Militello et Maria Amparo López Arandia.

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  • Tübingen

    Conference, symposium - History

    The international recognition of States

    From Antiquity to Modern Times

    International recognition creates legitimacy for the independent existence of new, sovereign political units. On the one hand, it is a re-ordering process; on the other, it functions as a conflict-resolution mechanism within the framework of the international coping practice of crises. As a legal, political and territorial reorganization, it calls into question the various social actors and makes it necessary to mobilize scientific, technical, intellectual and / or symbolic means. The creation of a new, sovereign unity also forces the redistribution of political power and social authority. It can be the trigger of an inter-state war or a civil war, lead to territorial fragmentation, the appearance of an independent nation on the world stage, or the beginning of a long period of peace. This international colloquium seeks to explore the figure of recognition in all its historical complexity and from various points of view.

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  • Paris

    Seminar - History

    Memories and histories of the present in Spain and Latin America (2016-2017)

    Institut d'histoire du temps présent /CNRS/université Paris 8/EHESS seminar

    Nous centrerons notre réflexion sur le « retour de l’événement » tel qu’il apparaît  à travers certaines commémorations (comme les bicentenaires des révolutions d’Indépendance de l’Amérique latine) ou au détour de certains faits marquants de ces dernières décennies. Les populismes, nationalismes et autres mouvements d’idées et pratiques politiques seront abordés à travers le prisme des reconfigurations historiographiques de type académique, mais également des résurgences de l’histoire officielle et des révisionnismes. Les multiples formes du conflit politique, des mouvements sociaux du XXe siècle aux répercussions des grands événements mondiaux seront analysées à l’aune des imaginaires sociaux. 

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  • Paris

    Lecture series - History

    Annales - the debates (2016-2017)

    La revue Annales. Histoire, sciences sociales, en partenariat avec la Bibliothèque nationale de France, organise depuis la rentrée 2012 un cycle de débats autour des dossiers thématiques publiés par la revue chaque trimestre. Ouvert à tout public, réunissant des membres de la rédaction, des auteurs et des invités, ces débats entendent être un lieu de vie intellectuelle où soumettre à la discussion les propositions portées par la revue et où donner au travail scientifique de l’histoire et des sciences sociales une exposition publique. 

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  • Rome

    Summer School - History

    Environmental studies and social sciences : temporalities, materiality, archives and inquiries

    The third edition of this doctoral workshop will consider the plurality of making environmental studies and the plurality of disciplines in environmental studies: environmental history, sociology, geo-history, science studies, historical geography, political ecology, environmental archeology, anthropology… The workshop will be organized around four main themes: “Historiographies and new ways of writing history in the Anthropocene era”; “Global scale and situated environments”; “The earth’s archives: traces, landscapes, and collection”; “Materiality and earth relations”. T

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  • Ravenna

    Conference, symposium - History

    4th annual conference of the International Federation for Public History (IFPH-FIHP)

    The First Conference of the Italian Public History Association in Ravenna will bring together Public Historians from all regions in the Italian Peninsula who will discuss the reasons for a national route to the discipline. Awareness of the importance of Public History practices in Italy has become widespread only a few years ago. Italy felt the need to enhance a reflection and a dialogue among scholars and practitioners in order to define the scientific status of public historians. The Ravenna conference hopes to favour this process by comparing different experiences and disciplinary approaches and to inquire about the state of the discipline at national and international level.

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  • Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray

    Call for papers - History

    Wetlands and archaeology

    From November 9 to 11, 2017, the Research Group on History of Wetlands (GHZH), with the support of the European Archeological Center of the Mont-Beuvray and the Morvan Regional Natural Park, will hold its international conference on Wetlands and Archaeology in order to better understand wetlands through Archaeology. 

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - Sociology

    When the film industry asks questions of its audience

    GREPs second study day

    Si les enquêtes menées par l’industrie du cinéma auprès de ses publics sont des pratiques anciennes et représentent des enjeux de recherche majeurs, elles sont demeurées assez peu investies par le monde universitaire. Cette journée d’étude, qui tâche de tisser un lien entre professionnels et chercheurs, propose de mettre ces sources à l’honneur en questionnant les multiples façons dont l’industrie du cinéma cherche à connaître et comprendre ses publics.

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  • Luxembourg City

    Call for papers - Political studies

    European competitiveness

    Cahiers de recherche État, société, marché, Europe (Cahiers RESuME)

    RESuME Papers is a interdisciplinary journal, published in French and English, on economic, financial and social integration in the European Union. During the year 2017, the focus of the journal RESuME Papers is the theme of European competitiveness to offer a clearer idea of the economic, social, societal and political challenges associated with competitiveness in the European Union. Researchers from a variety of fields (law, political science, economics, contemporary history, geography, sociology and political philosophy) who are interested in this call for papers are invited to submit a subject proposal.

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  • Berlin

    Conference, symposium - Middle Ages

    The imagined woman in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

    Interdisciplinary perspectives

    With a decidedly interdisciplinary agenda, and focusing on Medieval and Early Modern Europe, this conference investigates the image and imagery of women, as well as the concepts attached to both. In suggesting an approach capable of integrating diverse aspects, its aim is to complement the research so far, which has tended to focus either on historical studies concerning influential female individuals and writers, or on works scrutinizing the literary imagery relating to women.

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  • Paris

    Study days - Thought

    “Barbarians” in ancient civilizations

    The “barbarian” seems to be a widespread notion in the ancient world and beyond. Pre-modern civilizations such as China, the Middle East, Greece, Rome, Islam and Medieval Europe either employ words like barbaros or use different strategies to express “otherness”. It is thus possible to discuss this notion from the perspective of comparative or Kulturtransfer studies. This workshop brings together specialists of different ancient, medieval and modern cultures who will address questions like: “What does “barbarian” mean? Under what circumstances did such a notion arise? What are the implications for the self-definition and ethnic identity of the societies in question?” The discussions will enable a critical approach to existing concepts such as imperialism, colonization, acculturation and cultural transfers.

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  • Lille

    Call for papers - History

    (De)constructing Digital History

    dhnord 2017

    The rise of digital history is in general perceived as the phase defined by the democratization of the personal computer technology, network applications and the development of open-source software. However, specific disciplinary objects, sources and approaches continue to be present within the connected use of methods and tools that takes place under the digital humanities big tent. A typology of digital history projects identifies three main fields: academic research, public history, and pedagogy projects, of which the last two categories are considered particularly specific to historians within the digital humanities field. We therefore propose to address digital history through this triple spectrum: academic research, public history, and pedagogy, in order to trace continuities and transformations in history as a discipline; and contribute to explore the broader digital humanities field through this case study.

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  • Béja

    Call for papers - Geography

    Tourism - the phenomenon and its socio-economic consequences

    Le mot tourisme possède deux sens : l’acte de voyager pour des raisons non lucratives et l’activité économique correspondante. Les dictionnaires français du XIXe siècle soulignent les caractères de « curiosité » et le « désœuvrement » qui sont le propre des touristes. Au XXe siècle, les institutions internationales complètent la définition en ajoutant le critère du temps. Le tourisme ne peut naître et se développer que si diverses conditions sont réunies : la curiosité, le goût de la découverte et le dépaysement ; des ressources permettant de financer cette curiosité ; du temps libre pour pouvoir quitter temporairement la résidence habituelle ; des moyens de transport et d’hébergement.

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  • Paris

    Call for papers - History

    Reading and readings

    La próxima jornada de estudios de PILAR (Prensa, Impresos, Lectura en el Área Románica) se dedicará a la lectura y al lector. La lectura experimenta un cambio profundo con la emergencia de las nuevas tecnologías y consecuentemente el lector cambia en su relación con el texto escrito. ¿Los cambios técnicos actuales serán un peligro para el impreso? Con la emergencia de la radio, ya se anunció el fin del libro y del periódico.

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