Author: Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz

University Lecturer (Assistant Professor), World or Global Literatures post-1700, University of Cambridge

For scholars working on World Literatures, there is an open job posting for a tenure-track University Lecturer (Assistant Professor) position at the University of Cambridge. The deadline is November 24, 2019. https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/19900/ The posting explains further: The Faculty of English of the University of Cambridge wishes to appoint to a University Lectureship in World or…

CFP: “Mobilities, Exclusion, and Migrants’ Agency in the Pacific Realm in a Transregional and Diachronic Perspective” (Conference, Berkeley, June 2020)

Conference at the University of California, Berkeley | June 1-2, 2020­Conveners: Albert Manke (GHI’s Regional Office at UC Berkeley) and Sören Urbansky (German Historical Institute Washington)Partners: Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley; German Historical Institute Moscow; German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo This conference is part of the Max Weber Foundation’s collaborative research project “Knowledge without…

CFP: “Other Voices: European Influence on the Cold War in Asia” (Bangkok, January 2020)

The Centre for European Studies and the Department of History of Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand) will host an international workshop on “Other Voices: European Influence in the Cold War in Asia” on 20-21 January 2020. The workshop in aimed to investigate alternative perspectives on the development of the Cold War in Asia, especially in terms…

CFP: The Philippines, Spain, and Globalization, Sixteenth Century to the Present (Conference, Quezon City, Philippines, July 2020)

What novel historical insights and theoretical lenses can we use to make sense of what transpired in the last 500 years? How can we look afresh at the colonial and postcolonial entanglements of the Philippines and Spain without negating historical injustices yet without lapsing to the oppositional binary between vicious colonizer and virtuous colonized—or, the…

Assistant Professor, International Law & Organizations, Boston University

For historians of international organizations and international law, here is an open job posting for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies. The practice of international relations at the School of Global Studies is capacious and includes many under its banner, from geographers and sociologists to historians.…

Applications open: Editors-at-Large

We welcome applications for the position of Editor-at-Large from graduate students and advanced undergraduates. We are especially interested in students working on or located in the Global South and in the early modern and pre-modern periods. The Toynbee Prize Foundation’s Global History Blog features a mix of long-form (interviews with global historians, roundtables on new books, conference…