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11/27 Welcoming the Refugees: Lessons of the European Crisis from a French Perspective

Welcoming the Refugees: Lessons of the European Crisis from a French Perspective

 

Lecture Hall, Room 142

Harris Public Policy

1155 E. 60th Street

Chicago, IL 60637

 

Tue, November 27, 2018

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

 

Please join us for a public lecture entitled: “Welcoming the Refugees: Lessons of the European Crisis from a French Perspective” given by Pascal Brice, Director-General of the French Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA).

 

CfP: 2nd Annual "Constructivist Criticism Workshop" at UPenn, February 15, 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS: CONSTRUCTIVIST CRITICISM WORKSHOP

 

Friday, February 15, 2019     
University of Pennsylvania, College Hall 209

3-6 PM

 

A colloquium for graduate students in social sciences and humanities, studying Russia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Caucasus to present works in progress.

 

Call for CISSR Faculty Fellowship Proposals 2019-2020

The Center for International Social Science Research (CISSR) invites University of Chicago faculty to submit proposals to join our cohort of Research Fellows for the 2019-2020 academic year. Through our Faculty Fellows program, CISSR funds individual and collaborative international, transnational and global projects that address contemporary and historical questions. Projects should be theoretically informed and empirically grounded and should stand to benefit from critical dialogue across disciplinary, methodological, and geographic boundaries.

 

Eligibility

CFP: Poetry in Public at KFLC (Lexington, KY) -- Abstract Submission Deadline Extended!

Please consider submitting a paper or panel proposal to the annual KFLC: The Languages, Literatures and Cultures Conference (April 11-13, 2019), now in its 71st year at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Abstract submission deadlines has been extended until November 26th at 11:59pm EST.

 

The KFLC hosts approximately 800 attendees each year who enjoy a congenial and intellectually engaging atmosphere at a lovely time of year in the Bluegrass.

 

Freie Universitat Berlin - Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies - Dissertation and Postdoctoral Fellowships

Freie Universitat Berlin - Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies - Dissertation and Postdoctoral Fellowships

 

The program promotes a new generation of young North American scholars with specialized knowledge of modern and contemporary Germany and Europe. The program supports scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on the period since the mid-18th century. Fellowships are awarded for doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral research which leads to completion of a monograph.

 

Center for Engaged Scholarship Dissertation Completion Fellowship

Center for Engaged Scholarship Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Deadline: December 15
Type: Dissertation write-up, PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of study: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Psychology, Sociology, or interdisciplinary programs with work inspired by these disciplines (such as ethnic studies, women’s studies, or American studies)

 

Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources

Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources
Deadline: December 4 at 5pm EST
Type: Research Grant, Library / Institute / Museum Residency; PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements
Fields of Study: Humanities and social sciences

 

2019-20 Pozen Faculty Research Projects

The Pozen Family Center for Human Rights announces the third annual competition for Faculty Research Project Awards that support collaborative work on critical dimensions of human rights thought and practice. Applications for 2019-20 research grants are now available here. Materials must be received by February 15, 2019.

 

11/14 Mark Kettler @ TAMEW: "What did Paul Rohrbach Actually Learn in Africa?"

Join us for the next session of the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop as we welcome Mark Kettler, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, University of Notre Dame. Mark Kettler will present a paper entitled “What did Paul Rohrbach Actually Learn in Africa?: The Influence of Colonial Experience on a Publicist's Imperial Fantasies in Eastern Europe.” Commentary will be provided by Matthew Knisley, PhD Candidate in Anthropology.

 

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