CFP: Fighters in a Foreign Conflict, 1848-1999 (Paris, June 2018)

With increasing attention being paid to the role of foreign volunteer fighters in recent armed conflicts around the world – whether fighting alongside Kurdish peshmerga or the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, Ukrainian forces in the Donbass, or the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan – the Center for History at Sciences Po proposes to … Continue reading CFP: Fighters in a Foreign Conflict, 1848-1999 (Paris, June 2018)

CFP: Survey, State, Map – Symposium of the International Society for the History of the Map (Maine, June 2018)

The International Society for the History of the Map will be hosting its 2018 symposium at the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education at the University of Southern Maine in Portland on 21-23 June of that year. The symposium welcomes “contributions on any aspect of the production, circulation, consumption, and curation of early … Continue reading CFP: Survey, State, Map – Symposium of the International Society for the History of the Map (Maine, June 2018)

CFP: A Period of Global Revolutions – Mid-1900s to Mid-1920s (Bochum, May 2018)

Scholars from the Ruhr University of Bochum and the University of Bielefeld in Germany are organizing a workshop for both “PhDs” and “early postdocs” centered on an interesting new periodization: an early twentieth century “age of revolutions,” stretching from the middle of the first decade of the century (encompassing, presumably, events such as the 1905 … Continue reading CFP: A Period of Global Revolutions – Mid-1900s to Mid-1920s (Bochum, May 2018)

CFP: Female Entrepreneurship in the Long 19th Century: Global Perspectives – Edited Collection and Workshop

Scholars who are working at the intersections of gender studies, entrepreneurship and global history would be interested in this call for an edited collection on Female Entrepreneurs in the Long Nineteenth Century: a Global Perspective. Read the original call from the editors, Dr Catherine Bishop (University of Sydney) and Dr Jennifer Aston (University of Northumbria), below: … Continue reading CFP: Female Entrepreneurship in the Long 19th Century: Global Perspectives – Edited Collection and Workshop

CFP: The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the Challenge of a New World Order (Paris, June 2019)

A century ago today, the end of the carnage unfolding between the trenches of the Western Front of the First World War was scarcely imaginable. But so momentous were the consequences for subsequent world history of the eventual end of the conflict – the Versailles and other treaties that emerged from the Paris Peace Conference, … Continue reading CFP: The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the Challenge of a New World Order (Paris, June 2019)

CFP: Europe Between Migrations, Decolonization, and Integration (Florence, January 2018)

The Società italiana per lo studio della storia contemporanea (SISSCO, the Italian Society for the Study of Contemporary History) has been holding a stimulating series of seminars linking the processes of decolonization, postcolonial migration to Europe, and European unity and integration. The series, known as “Europe between migrations, decolonization and integration (1945-1992)” kicked off in Forli … Continue reading CFP: Europe Between Migrations, Decolonization, and Integration (Florence, January 2018)

CFP: Historians Without Borders – Writing Histories of International Organizations (Leiden, March 2018)

The European Research Council project “Rethinking Disability” has organized a conference meant to bring together early career researchers working on international organizations together to discuss the methodological challenges of integrating their work on the subject with various forms of global history. “Historians Without Borders: Writing Histories of International Organizations” will take place in Leiden from … Continue reading CFP: Historians Without Borders – Writing Histories of International Organizations (Leiden, March 2018)

CFP: Britain and the World Conference (Exeter, June 2018)

After its tenth annual conference in Austin last year, the British Scholar Society invites submissions to its eleventh Britain and the World Conference, to be held at the University of Exeter from 21 to 23 June 2018. The conference will concern, as always, interactions with the “British world” – including the British Empire and wider … Continue reading CFP: Britain and the World Conference (Exeter, June 2018)

CFP: 27th Annual World History Association Conference; Milwaukee WI, 21st-23rd June 2018

The World History Association invites proposals for its 2018 conference, a joint meeting with the Midwest World History Association. The conference provides an ideal opportunity to interact with an international community of world history scholars, teachers, and students. Proposals for panels, workshops, round tables, and individual papers are welcome on topics related to the conference … Continue reading CFP: 27th Annual World History Association Conference; Milwaukee WI, 21st-23rd June 2018

CFP: “Interrogating Boundaries: Mapping the Mental and Material in World History” – Northeastern University’s 10th Annual World History Graduate Conference (March 24-25, 2018)

The Northeastern University History Graduate Student Association invites proposal submissions for its 10th annual graduate student conference to be held on March 24th and 25th 2018 at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. The deadline for submissions to the conference is Friday December 15th 2017. The 2018 conference title is “Interrogating Boundaries: Mapping the Mental and Material … Continue reading CFP: “Interrogating Boundaries: Mapping the Mental and Material in World History” – Northeastern University’s 10th Annual World History Graduate Conference (March 24-25, 2018)