Social and Labour History News
Studying the history of translation is a practice taking place in the present – a present trying to understand itself by looking at its past. In order to facilitate this understanding, Chronotopos introduces a new section: On a regular basis, Chronotopos will include thematic foci in its issues that bring together papers on a specific topic related to the history of translation and interpreting. This way, Chronotopos can function as a discursive hub and create reference points for future projects.
Young International Scholars Autumn Research School
Rethinking Extractivist Capitalism
10 – 18 October 2020, University of Bremen
Venue: Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute for Advanced Study)
We welcome applications from advanced MA students, PhD candidates and postdoc researchers in political, social or cultural sciences, geography, linguistics, law, international relations or related disciplines.
Deadline for applications is 1 May 2020.
Please, find the online application form on our website: yisares.uni-bremen.de
This conference is canceled due to Covid-19, but abstracts will be accepted for the edited volume until April 30, 2020.
CfP: Archiving, Recording and Representing Feminism: The Global History of Women's Emancipation in the 20th Century
Second Meeting of the International Standing Working Group on Medialization and Empowerment, 10-11 December, 2020
How have feminist stories been recorded historically? Where can we find them in the archive? And how does this shape historical scholarship on women’s empowerment?
Due to the current COVID-19 emergency, many IALHI institutions have taken measures that include the closure of their buildings or different restrictions regarding the access to their libraries and archives. Below is a (provisional) list of announcements made by IALHI institutions worldwide, based on the information provided in their websites, as of Monday 16 March 2020. Please check each institution website and/or social media outlets, or contact them by phone or email, to check their availability.