III Concurso Literario de la Fundación Francisco Largo Caballero: “El trabajo en la historia”

La Fundación Francisco Largo Caballero, en colaboración con la Universidad de Alcalá y el Ayuntamiento de Alcalá de Henares, convoca el III Certamen Literario Fundación Francisco Largo Caballero, que este año lleva el título de “El trabajo en la Historia”, con el objetivo de promocionar la lectura y la escritura literaria sobre la presencia de los trabajadores en la Historia.

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CfP: Histories of Inequality

The UCL Americas Research Network is delighted to present its sixth annual conference: Histories of Inequality, to be held virtually on 1 June 2021.
 
Join an interdisciplinary group of scholars to debate and discuss the historical antecedents of our era’s entrenched injustices and inequities. We are also excited to announce that Professor Gareth Davies (UCL) will deliver a keynote lecture on the racial politics of US disaster relief.

News from the Working Class Movement Library

Cheering up Blue Monday with poetry and radical history

Our evening of poetry with Oliver James Lomax last Thursday saw us reach our maximum limit of 100 Zoom attendees for the first time - wow.  If you were too late in trying to log on and therefore didn't get to 'attend', you can see the full event now on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/wcmlibrary - alongside all of our online talks from 2020.  Happy watching.
 

CfP: Configurations des héritages féministes. Revue « Recherches féministes », vol. 35 n°1

Le dossier consacré aux configurations des héritages féministes cherchera à mettre en évidence les héritages symboliques et matériels que reçoivent les féministes, et également les héritages qu’elles désirent léguer aux générations suivantes. Par héritage, nous entendons ce que l’on retient ou ce qui est transmis par celles qui nous précèdent, et ce, que les liens avec elles soient choisis, imposés, familiaux ou identitaires. La notion d’héritage est relationnelle, car nous considérons, à l’instar de Françoise Collin, que « la transmission n’est pas un mouvement à sens unique.

CfP: Historicizing the Refugee Experience, 17th-21st centuries: First Annual International Seminar in Historical Refugee Studies

The University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE), the German Historical Institute in Washington (GHI) and the National History Center of the American Historical Association (NHC), in cooperation with the Interdisciplinary Center for Integration and Migration Research (InZentIM), the Institute for the Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) and the Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research (KHK/GCR21), are pleased to announce the first International Seminar in Historical Refugee Studies, which will be held at the KWI in Essen, October 12–15, 2021.

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