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April 2021

Call for articles: (Un)doing gender and migration stereotypes, About Gender (AG), April 30, 2021

April 30

Articles should be between 5000 and 8000 words (excluding bibliography) and may be written in English, Spanish, or Italian. Articles should be accompanied by: a brief abstract (maximum length: 150 words); some keywords (from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 5). Abstract and keywords should both be in English. All texts must be transmitted in a format compatible with Windows (.doc or .rtf), following the instructions provided by the Peer Review Process. Please see the Journal’s Author’s guidelines…

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Grant: Small Grants for Legal History Research, American Society for Legal History, April 30, 2021

April 30

From the organizers: Responding to continuing constraints on research travel during the pandemic, the ASLH announces a competition for 10 small grants to support legal history research in digital and print sources this summer. Application is open to ASLH members who are graduate students at any stage or recent Ph.D. or J.D graduates (2019 or later). Each successful applicant will receive $1,000, to be used to obtain digital or print materials and/or to cover other research expenses, including food and housing expenses, incurred…

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May 2021

Research Associate: “Social Contexts of Rebellion in the Early Islamic Period” at the University of Hamburg

May 1

From the University of Hamburg: The Emmy Noether project “Social Contexts of Rebellion in the Early Islamic Period” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) will study four categories of revolt in the ‘long 8th century’ (c. 692-816 CE). These four sub-projects comprise i) rebellions led by tribal notables; ii) revolts that made claims to power in the name of the family of ‘Alī b. Abī Ṭālib; iii) Khārijite rebellions; and iv) non-Muslim/mixed uprisings. The project’s geographical scope is limited…

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Call for Applications: PhD candidate in Digital Humanities, Leiden University

May 3

The LUCDH, Leiden University is looking for a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities  Key responsibilities   You will carry out research at the Leiden University Center of Digital Humanities at the Faculty of Humanities. You will be supervised by a domain expert from the Faculty and one of the assistant professors in Digital Humanities. Your tasks will be to Design, develop and carry out a PhD project in Digital Humanities; Present research results at conferences and workshops; Publish research results and write a…

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Online Conference: 5th Islamicate Digital Humanities Conference, May 6, 2021

May 6

From the organizers: Dear friends and colleagues, We are pleased to announce our 5th IDHN Conference that will take place on Thursday, May 6, 2021. We are now calling for contributions from both members and guests, who are developing or deploying digital methods and tools in the study of Islam and Muslim communities. Our conference is open to participants from both humanistic and scientific disciplines. We would also like to encourage Master’s and PhD students to share their Digital Humanities research with us.…

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Call for Papers: Conference on Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law, the Association of American Law School, May 6-7, 2021

May 6 - May 7

From the organizers: The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) is pleased to announce the Conference on Rebuilding Democracy and the Rule of Law, co-hosted by the American Bar Association (ABA) and Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The virtual, nonpartisan Conference will take place May 6-7, 2021, from 11 am – 6 pm Eastern/8 am – 3 pm Pacific. April 23, 2021, 5:30 pm, Eastern: Submitters who would like their paper to be considered for inclusion in the May Conference Record should submit an…

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Call for Papers: Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, May 27-30, 2021

May 27 - May 30

From the LSA: Dear colleagues: We are looking forward to the 2021 LSA Annual Meeting (May 27-30, 2021). As we indicated in our previous announcement, we are still planning for a hybrid conference, with some events hopefully to be held in person in Chicago, but with the majority of sessions held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. We wanted to provide a few more details about submissions and fees. Call for Papers Submission Deadline Extended We have extended the submission…

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June 2021

Digital Islamicate Paleography and Codicology Summer School, The Roshan Institute for Persian Studies at the University of Maryland, June 1-August 20, 2021

June 1 - August 20

Digital Islamicate Paleography and Codicology Summer School June 1-August 20, 2021 The Roshan Institute for Persian Studies at the University of Maryland (Roshan Institute-UMD) is offering a free, stipend-supported twelve-week online summer course on digital Islamicate paleography and codicology. We are seeking graduate students interested in the intersection of Arabic-script paleography and codicology with digital humanities methods and technologies. The course will run from June 1st to August 20th, and will be capped at five graduate students. The course will…

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July 2021

Persian Language Summer School 2021 (3-8 weeks), Yerevan, Armenia

July 4 - August 28

From the organizers: Armenian School of Languages and Cultures - ASPIRANTUM is organizing a Persian language summer school in Yerevan, Armenia. The 8 weeks Persian language summer school will start on July 4, 2021, and will last till August 28, 2021. Applicants may also choose to participate in the 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 weeks’ program. Every day the participants will receive Persian language instruction for 4 hours as well as after class lectures and extra trainings. The classes…

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Call for Applications: Wallace Johnson Program for First Book Authors Sponsored by the American Society for Legal History, 2021-2022

July 15

Wallace Johnson Program for First Book Authors Sponsored by the American Society for Legal History Deadline for Applications: July 15, 2021 The Wallace Johnson Program for First Book Authors sponsored by the American Society for Legal History (ASLH) is designed to provide advice and support to scholars working toward the publication of first books in legal history, broadly defined. In conversation with peers and with the advice of senior scholars, participants will learn about approaching and working with publishers, and…

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