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EVENT: "Encounters": A Conversation with Claudrena Harold on her book "When Sunday Comes: Gospel Music in the Soul and Hip-Hop Eras" (April 5)

Join us on April 5, 2022, 1:00PM (EDT) | 20:00 (Israel time) for “Encounters”: A Conversation with Claudrena Harold on her book When Sunday Comes: Gospel Music in the Soul and Hip-Hop Eras. This event will be held via ZOOM Webinar.

Resource for academic networking: IASFM compiled a list of Forced Migration Studies Networks on their website

Dear Refugees in African History Community, please see below an announcement shared by the IASFM about a list of Forced Migration Studies Networks that they are working on. To see the most updated version, please follow the link below:

 

Dear IASFM members and forced migration studies community

PASSING> Prof. DUAN Qing (段晴) 1953–2022

It is my sad duty to inform the Buddhist Studies comminity of the passing of Dr. DUAN Qing (段晴), professor of Sanskrit & Middle Iranian languages at Peking University, on the morning of the 26th of March, 2022. Professor Duan was a prolific scholar who also headed the important Research Institute of Sanskrit Manuscripts & Buddhist Literature at Peking University. She was a mentor to many scholars active today. Her passing is a great loss to the field. I understand that an obituary will be released in the coming days.

 

Charles DiSimone

Editor, H-Buddhism

Call for Workshop Participants: Translating Women's Writing from Turkish into English

Call for Workshop Participants: Translating Women's Writing from Turkish into English

A one-day, face-to face workshop, 19 June 2022
Organized as part of the Muslim Women’s Popular Fiction Network
Özyeğin University, Altunizade Campus
With support from the Arts and Humanities Research Council of the UK

CFP Modern Language Association (MLA) 2023

Enlightenment and Building National Literatures in West Asia

This panel explores the reawakening, literary renaissance, and linguistic reform movements in West Asia in a comparative perspective. Inviting papers on (but not limited to) Nahda, Haskala and Tanzimat periods, 200-word abstract + bio

Deadline for submissions: Friday, 25 March 2022

Ozen Dolcerocca, University of Bologna (ondolcerocca@gmail.com )

ERC NONWESTLIT Seminars on Comparative Literature

Dear colleagues,

We would like to invite you to the  NONWESTLIT  Seminars on Comparative Literature, as part of the ERC founded NONWESTLIT Project at the University of Bologna.

You can find the schedule below. 
Seminars will be also streamed online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/49b26cde

Please help us circulate the call to those who might be interested.

For further please visit the Project’s official website: https://site.unibo.it/nonwestlit/en

Intensive Summer School: Environment and Society in Turkish and Global Contexts

 

As Ibn Haldun University & Penn State University

We are delighted to announce our Intensive Summer School:

Environment and Society in Turkish and Global Contexts
June 13-24, 2022, Süleymaniye Complex, Istanbul

The departments of history at Ibn Haldun University and Penn State University are happy to announce an intensive summer school on environmental history titled, “Environment and Society in Turkish and Global Contexts.”

13th ISHORE Webinar | Dr. Bindu Menon: "Affective Vocality and Malayalam Film Publics" | 7.30pm IST, 31 March 2022

The Institute for Social Sciences, Humanities and Oceanic Research (I-SHORE), Kerala, India, is delighted to invite you to the thirteenth session of its webinar series "Confluences 2022". In this edition, Dr. Bindu Menon (Associate Professor of Media Studies, Azim Premji University, Bangalore) would give a talk titled "Aural Awakenings: Affective Vocality and Malayalam Film Publics (1900-1950)" on Thursday,  7.30 pm (Indian Standard Time), 31 March 2022.  For more details on the topic, see the abstract below.

Call for Papers> "The Dharma-Ending Age", University of British Columbia, October 7–9, 2022

The Dharma-Ending Age: The Climate Crisis through the Lens of Buddhist Eschatology, Past and Present

October 7–9, 2022

University of British Columbia

 

Hosted by the Yin-Cheng Buddhist Studies Network and the From the Ground Up Project (www.frogbear.org) at the University of British Columbia, this conference will take place on October 7–9, 2022 in hybrid format.

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