Aspasia: The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History seeks articles and other contributions that explore the history of women and gender in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe (CESEE). We welcome submissions on any topic and any time period in the field of women's and gender history in CESEE. We especially encourage submissions from scholars in CESEE.
"The Weaponization of History and the Uses of Antisemitism in Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine"
A discussion with:
• Marta Havryshko, Research Associate, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences
• John-Paul Himka, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Alberta
• Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, Professor of History, Northwestern University
• Benjamin Frommer, Associate Professor of History, Northwestern University
The 10th Rosenbluth Family Charitable Foundation Genocide Awareness Week, held April 4-9, 2022, is a series of lectures, exhibits and storytelling by distinguished survivors, scholars, politicians, activists, artists, humanitarians and members of law enforcement. This week-long event seeks to address how we, as a global society, confront violent actions and current and ongoing threats of genocide throughout the world, while also looking to the past for guidance and to honor those affected by genocide.
Invitation to Virtual Book Lunch: UNSETTLED HERITAGE: LIVING NEXT TO POLAND’S MATERIAL JEWISH TRACES AFTER THE HOLOCAUST by Yechiel Weizman (Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press, 2022).
The Fourteenth Biennial Holocaust Studies Conference
Location: Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN
Dates: September 22 - September 24, 2022
Our conference solicits individual papers and panel proposals on all aspects of Holocaust and genocide studies. The featured topic for our 2022 conference is Teaching the Holocaust Today.
Keynote Speaker: Professor Atina Grossmann, The Cooper Union
IMAGINING NORTH-EASTERN EUROPE
Baltic and Scandinavian states in the eyes of local, regional, and global observers
Edited by Paolo Borioni, Deborah Paci, and Francesco Zavatti
The ostensible goal of nationalism theory is to understand nationalism, and ideally to provide tools for curbing its dangers. What impact has the field had on the world? Nationalism theorists and their theories have not always influenced policy or policy makers, or persuaded public opinion at large. Nevertheless, politicians, intellectuals, community leaders, and ordinary people routinely espouse various forms of nationalism (or patriotism). That political actors espouse nationalist tropes is itself no longer surprising.
Call for Papers
Cross(roads). Hungary 1944-45
Hybrid Conference May 6-7, 2022
HAS Subcommittee on the History of World War II |Budapest & Online |Abstract submission deadline: March 20, 2022