The conference will reflect on the impact of the Great War on gender from the angle of learned discourses. Intellectuals, social scientists, physiologists, psychologists… witnessed and experienced the war personally.
At the centenary commemoration of the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic, many questions with regard to the origin, the development and the impact of this worldwide phenomenon remain largely uncharted.
• Where did this virus come from?
• To what degree and how were its genesis and its rapid transcontinental spread caused and/or facilitated by the war circumstances?
The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH), University of Luxembourg, is looking for an Associate Professor of Transnational Contemporary History of Luxembourg (19th-20th century) (m/f)
De databank van de Belgische regeringen sinds 1831 – Le base de données sur les gouvernements belges depuis 1831
The position is offered in the framework of the project “B-magic. The Magic Lantern and its Cultural Impact as Visual Mass Medium in Belgium (1830-1940)”.
Doctoral student, Urban history - 2018BAPFLWEF169
The Faculty of Arts is seeking to fill a full-time (100 %) vacancy in the Department of History for a Doctoral student in the area of urban history
The research group Egyptology at KU Leuven forms part of the research unit Archaeology, Art History, and Musicology. Within Flanders we offer the only academic curriculum in Egyptology. Our teaching and research cover a wide range of topics in Egyptian archaeology and philology. A new research focus is the study of the history of Egyptology.
Event Date: 5 October 2018
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 June 2018
Location: Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Email is a primary source of historical change since the 1990s. Email archives are, therefore, a new, born-digital type of archives of near contemporary history, a history now starting to come under historical scrutiny.
Colloque scientifique international et pluridisciplinaire :
“Mondialisation et justice sociale, cent ans d’action de l’Organisation internationale du travail, 1919-2019”
Le colloque se tiendra à Paris, les 26-27-28 juin 2019 au Conseil économique, social et environnemental et à l’université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.