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PhD position "Populations et pollutions industrielles dans l’espace transfrontalier, Belgique – France du Nord XIX-XXe s."
Offre de bourse doctorale « Populations et pollutions » (2017-2020) — URGENT
International Centre for Advanced Studies "Metamorphoses of the Political"/
Time and Money: Themes In Labour Relations
International Workshop, 15 – 16 December 2017, Centre for Modern Indian Studies, Georg-August-University, Göttingen
A conference to commemorate the Centenary of the 1918 Reform Act
Saturday February 3rd 2018, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge
Assistant for a project part of the research programme "Decolonization, Violence and War in Indonesia, 1945-1950"
WAT ZOEKEN WIJ
1) This post is temporary for 3 years
Guest Editors: Dr Katie Faulkner (The Courtauld Institute of Art and Arcadia University) Dr Freya Gowrley (University of Edinburgh)
This special issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies will use ‘craft’ as a framework for understanding how various forms of masculinity were constructed and expressed during the long nineteenth-century (1789-1914) in Britain and internationally.
Deadline for completed manuscripts 30th October 2017
Weatherhead Initiative on Global History, Harvard University
Supported by Simmons College, Boston, MA
Hosted by Olympiacos F.C. in Athens, Greece
September 4th and 5th, 2017
Democratic Opposition to War The 1916-17 anti-conscription campaigns: Impacts and legacies
Conference: 20 May 2017, 9am-4.30pm, Siteworks, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick
CfP: Time and Work session at the II ELHN Conference "The length of the workday, notions of time, and struggles for leisure from the pre-industrial to the post-industrial era: Methods, concepts, challenges"
CfP: International Conference on Working Class Districts. Urban Transformations and Qualities of Life in the Growing City
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROJECTS
Thursday 14.09.2017 – Friday 15.09.2017
International Conference on Working Class Districts
Urban Transformations and Qualities of Life in the Growing City
University of Applied Sciences FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna
Ámbitos - Boletín Digital de Actividades de la Fundación Francisco Largo Caballero
número 104, marzo 2017
1. Actividades culturales
1.1. Exposición Mujeres y Trabajo en España (1875-2015)
3.1. Ingreso de nueva documentación de José Santos López y Dolores Martínez Bilbao
4. Biblioteca, hemeroteca y materiales esspeciales
4.1. Tareas técnicas
4.2. "Historia de las mujeres"
4.3. "40 años de democracia"
4.4. "Gates no frontiers"
IHR Wolfson Conference Suite, NB01/NB02, Basement, IHR, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
4th IFPH Annual Conference Draft Program – Ravenna, Italy, 5-9 June 2017
The program presented below is a provisional one.
La SISLav organizza un Convegno internazionale di studi sul tema "Il lavoro nelle campagne: sussistenza, pluriattività, mobilità".
Il Convegno si terrà a Milano nei giorni 28 e 29 settembre 2017 in collaborazione con l'Università degli studi di Milano “Bicocca”, che ospiterà anche i luoghi dei lavori.
Archiving the Nuclear Past: exploring the nuclear energy industry and its community impact in Britain
Full-time PhD Studentship at the University of the Highlands and Islands - Centre for History
Funding for: UK, EU & International students
Funding amount: UK/EU fees & stipend (RCUK rate) for 42 months
Closes: 8th May 2017, 12pm (UK time)
AHRC CDP and National Maritime Museum - funded PhD in English Literature and Cultural Studies
Cardiff University - Cardiff School of English, Communication and Philosophy
Start date: October 2017
Duration: 3 years
This project will situate objects produced by sailors at the heart of current scholarly debates about gendered work and creativity, military masculinity, and citizenship.
"Einladung zum Ressentiment: Motive des Nationalpopulismus und Gegenstrategien" & "Einfach, emotional, dramatisch: Zum Zusammenspiel von Rechtspopulismus, Massenmedien und Social Networks"
Rethinking Museums Politically: Berlin's Altes Museum, Museum Island and the (reconstructed) City Palace
Since its opening in 1830, Karl Friedrich Schinkel's Altes Museum has been located in Berlin's highly symbolic centre, defined by the royal City Palace, Cathedral and Armory. While the museum's performative architecture responds to its location, the current curatorial concept and display no longer reflect the original museological significance of the building.