XVI Congreso de Historia Agraria-SEHA

# VII Encontro RuralRePort

Santiago de Compostela, 20-23 June 2018

Deadline: February 28, 2016

Rural History is going beyond the mostly national or state analytical framework which characterised it, as well as the perspectives and interpretations too focused on Europe and the Western World. After the success of the first International Conference (Lisbon-2016), the SEHA and RuralRePort retake the global challenges in Rural History research by jointly organizing a new conference in Santiago de Compostela (Galiza), which will take place between the 20th and the 23rd of June 2018. More information is available in Portuguese, English and Spanish, here.

CFP - Revista Portuguesa de História: Mobilidades e Migrações (Portuguese Journal of History: Mobility and Migration)

Deadline: January 31, 2017

At a time when the issue of migration is increasingly present in our daily lives, the Portuguese Journal of History proposes a multi-perspective historical reflection on the processes of mobility (of people, of ideas, of material culture), Their motivations (political, social, economic, religious), their trajectories and their immediate and lasting impacts.

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III CHAM International Conference - Call for papers and Posters

Lisbon, 12-15 July, 2017

Submission Deadline (extended): February 8th, 2017

This conference encourages a multidisciplinary and integrated approach to the main theme "Oceans and coasts: Heritage, people and environments", allowing the presentation of scientific news worldwide, the discussion of comparative narratives and the implementation of complementary methodologies, with impacts in different domains of science and society (more info).

Call for Papers: The role of health and social welfare policies in European inclusion and exclusion processes

Évora, Portugal, 6-7 April 2017

Deadline Submission: January 31, 2017

Health risks created by population movement, and policy responses to them, have been an integral part of European history since the early modern period. The main goal of this CFP is to contribute to a deeper understanding of the cultural heritages and roots of the European welfare model. (More information here)


Alexander Gerschenkron Rize

San Jose, CA, 2017

Deadline Submission: May 15th 2017

The Alexander Gerschenkron Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the economic history of an area outside of the United States or Canada completed during the preceding year. The 2017 prize will be awarded at the Economic History Association’s annual meeting in San Jose, California in September 2017. o be considered for these prizes, completed dissertations must be submitted by email (more information).

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