Opportunities

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in History

Location: One of Australia's leading research and teaching universities
Application Deadline: February 4, 2018

Applications are invited for 2 Postdoctoral Research Fellows to join the Research Program in New Earth Histories, led by Professor Alison Bashford at one of Australia’s leading research & teaching universities. Each fellowship is for 3 years. New Earth Histories brings the history of geosciences and the history of select world cosmologies together, with the aim of creating a cosmopolitan history of environmental sciences in the modern period, c. 1780-1950. Applications are invited from historians, historical anthropologists, or historical geographers who have a background and ongoing research plans in the modern history of geology, paleontology and environmental sciences in a global context, and an interest in exploring comparative cosmologies. Preference may be given to applicants with research training and ongoing projects in Pacific and/or Indigenous contexts. 
Details. Contact: Professor Alison Bashford 

CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi
(December 47, 2018)

Applications due February 28, 2018
InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi is the sixth in a series of conferences showcasing innovative research from across the social sciences and related disciplines that explores themes that transform conventional understandings of Asia. Crossing traditional area studies boundaries and creating international and interdisciplinary networks of scholars working to theorize the intersection of the “global” and the “regional” in a variety of contexts, the conference reconceptualizes Asia as a dynamic and interconnected historical, geographical, and cultural formation stretching from West Asia through Eurasia, South Asia and Southeast Asia, to East Asia.
 

Joint proposals are invited from scholars from any world region who are interested in co-organizing and codirecting a thematic workshop that addresses one of the following broadly conceived themes. All workshop directors must hold a PhD degree and have significant experience in conducting independent research, holding research workshops, and evaluating and commenting on a variety of research proposals and papers.

  1. Sites of InterAsian Interaction
  2. Territorial Sovereignties and Historical Identities
  3. Transregional Religious Networks
  4. Environmental Humanities in Asia
  5. Rethinking Conceptual Frameworks for the Rise of Asian Cities
  6. Infrastructures and Networks
InterAsian Connections VI: Hanoi
(December 47, 2018)