AHA Early Career Researcher blog: Call for Expressions of Interest

The AHA ECR blog has been running for over two years now, and in that time has run many excellent, provocative, and thoughtful pieces from junior and senior scholars alike. The blog is currently maintained by AHA ECR representative André Brett, and he is seeking participants for blog features in 2019. If you are interested in being involved in Read more …

ANZEHN: ‘Global Grassroots: Human Connections in Environmental History’ AHA Conference Green Stream CFP

8-12 July 2019, University ofSouthern Queensland, Toowoomba Human communities have long worked together to care for and conserve the living systems around them. In the midst of a flourishing planetary consciousness, the rise of the new environment movements in Australia and beyond in the 1970s saw an intensification of local activity with a global orientation, Read more …

EHSANZ: ‘Local Communities, Global Networks: New Research in Economic, Business and Social History’ AHA Conference Economic Stream CFP

8-12 July 2019, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba  The Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand encourages those working in the field of economic, business, and social history to put forward papers for the AHA Economics stream of the 2019 AHA Conference. Economic history has become a vibrant interdisciplinary area of inquiry in recent Read more …

EHSANZ Postgraduate and ECR Development Prize

The Economic History Association of Australia and New Zealand (EHSANZ) will award its annual prize for the best paper given in the Economic History stream at the 2019 AHA Conference. The Prize is intended to encourage economic historians at the postgraduate or early career stage, and help them make connections in the wider field of Read more …

Religious History Association: ‘Local Communities, Global Networks’ AHA Conference Stream CFP

The conveners of the Religious History Association stream invite submissions for papers that explore the theme of ‘Local Communities,Global Networks’ as it relates to the history of religion. Very few aspects of human life have shaped local communities and global networks – and especially the relationship between the two – as consistently as religious belief,practice Read more …

New Earth Histories Conference CFP 

6-8 December 2019, Sydney  This conference aims to produce a fresh and cosmopolitan history of environmental and Earth sciences, analysing the significance of geological time and multiple cosmologies for global modernity. One of the most fascinating elements in a conventional history of geology is its intricate connection to theology; to complex eighteenth and nineteenth-century doctrinal Read more …

‘Local Communities, Global Networks’: Australian Historical Association 2019 Conference: Website, keynote speakers and CFP

8-12 July 2019, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba How have the local and the global intersected, inspired and transformed experiences within and from Australia’s history? How do the histories of Indigenous, imperial, migrant and the myriad of other communities and networks inform, contest and shape knowledge about Australia today? The conference theme speaks to the Read more …

History Australia: ‘Coming Home’ issue

CFP deadline: 15 August 2017 Guest editors Bart Ziino (Deakin University) and Romain Fathi (Flinders University) seek proposals for contributions to a special issue of ‘History Australia’. Demobilising from total war was as much a psychological as a military and economic process. The extraordinary mobilisation of people, finance, images, emotions and sentiments that occurred between Read more …

Edited collection: ‘Proximity and Distance: Space, Time and the First World War’

CFP deadline: 30 April 2017 Emily Robertson and Romain Fathi seek proposals for chapters for a book they are editing. The collection will investigate the impact of proximity and distance in relation to the battlefront during and after World War I. The book will be International in scope and provide an important contribution towards engaging Read more …