CFP: Multi-ethnic Cities in the Mediterranean World: History, Culture, Heritage

AISU CONFERENCE Genoa, 4-5 June 2018 deadline: February 11, 2018 In the Mediterranean world the encounter/clash of people and civilizations has always been particularly rich, varied, intense, going often so far as to deeply mould the shape of cities, both along the coasts of the Mediterranean and in the hinterland of countries overlooking it, for … More CFP: Multi-ethnic Cities in the Mediterranean World: History, Culture, Heritage

Massachusetts Historical Society Research Fellowships

Massachusetts Historical Society Research Fellowships The Massachusetts Historical Society will offer more than forty research fellowships for the academic year 2018-2019. The first deadline, for MHS-NEH fellowships, is January 15. Start your application and mark your calendar with the deadlines below! The Society will offer at least two MHS-NEH Long-term Fellowships made possible by an award from the National Endowment … More Massachusetts Historical Society Research Fellowships

CfA PhD Spring School ‚The City in the Spotlight: Methodological and Epistemological Challenges of Studying Urban Governance’

The Centre for Comparative History and Politics at Perm State University, together with the Ukrainian Researchers Society, the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, and RWTH Aachen University invite qualified Ph.D./C. Sc. students to take part in the international spring school on urban governance, organized within the framework of the TRIPAR – Shifting Paradigms project funded by Volkswagen Foundation. … More CfA PhD Spring School ‚The City in the Spotlight: Methodological and Epistemological Challenges of Studying Urban Governance’

We Tact: Access & Control: Urban Public Space and Heritage in an Age of Securitization

Monday, the 29th May, GSZ 12:00-12:30 Introduction and Greeting Heike Oevermann, Georg Simmel Center for Metropolitan Studies Humboldt University of Berlin 12:30-13:30 I. Accessibility Accessing the Past: The African Burial Ground and the Spatial Tensions of Power in New York Jonathan Bach, Global Studies Program, The New School, New York 13:30-13:45 Coffee Break (15 Min.) … More We Tact: Access & Control: Urban Public Space and Heritage in an Age of Securitization