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  • Falck

    Study days - History

    The Warndt mining district: ore ressources, mining, territories at the boundaries of Lorraine and Saarland

    This event should allow the meeting of researchers: mainly geologists, mineralogists, archaeologists, historians, in order to cross the different point of views on both ancient and recent archaeological discoveries at first, to develop a multidisciplinary, diachronic and international research program in a  second time. Various speakers will address their issues related to the study of this mining district.

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  • Mainz

    Conference, symposium - Europe

    Regional producers or global players? The internationalization of companies in the 19th and 20th centuries

    An international conference on economic history dealing with the question "Regional producers or global players ?" will take place in Mainz on October 6-7 2014. Until now neglected, research on the economic history of the Rhineland-Palatine area will be presented. However, the conference is not limited on the history of this region - in fact, companies from this origin will be compared to producers from other regions and countries. The increasing internationalization of companies is currently an important field of research among historians. From the second half of the 19th century to World War I, the interdependence of the West European economy grew strongly. In the second half of the 20th century, we can observe another globalization push. We were able to win internationally renowned researchers for the papers. Conference language is predominantly German, partly English. Please notify us in advance of your coming via email (engelen@uni-mainz.de).

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  • Call for papers - History

    Through every sense

    Numéro thématique de traverse, revue d'histoire, 2, 22, 2015

    L’histoire des sens constitue actuellement l’un des champs les plus dynamiques de la recherche historique à dimension anthropologique. Se situant certes dans le sillage du visual / iconic / pictorial turn, les interrogations portent désormais davantage sur les possibilités d’historiciser l’ouïe, l’odorat, le goût et le toucher, tout en continuant à explorer la vue ; par ailleurs, l’histoire des sens propose une relecture critique de certains questionnements, plus anciens, issus de l’anthropologie historique, de l’histoire des sensibilités et de celle des mentalités. 

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