Rebekah Vince

About Rebekah Vince

Early career researcher interested in transcultural memory, critical trauma studies, postcolonialism, francophonie, North African literature, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Post-Socialist and Comparative Memory Studies

The working group on Post-Socialist and Comparative Memory Studies—PoSoCoMeS—will hold its first regional conference on Sep 24-26, 2020, in Chisinau, Moldova. One of the purposes of this conference is to allow scholars and practitioners from the post-socialist countries of Europe and Eurasia to meet even if they cannot […]

Post-Socialist and Comparative Memory Studies2019-09-12T11:39:28+00:00

Call for Papers English in a World of Strangers

The submission system is now open!

English in a World of Strangers:

Rethinking World Anglophone Studies

31st Annual Conference of the Association for Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (Gesellschaft für Anglophone Postkoloniale Studien / GAPS)

Goethe University Frankfurt, 21-24 May, 2020

In an […]

Call for Papers English in a World of Strangers2019-09-12T11:37:31+00:00

UC Berkeley’s Advanced Oral History Summer Institute

The Oral History Center at UC Berkeley is holding their annual Advanced Oral History Summer Institute from August 6-10. There are still some spots available!

About the Institute

The Oral History Center is offering a one-week advanced institute on the methodology, theory, and practice of oral history. This will take place on the UC Berkeley campus […]

UC Berkeley’s Advanced Oral History Summer Institute2018-05-01T08:23:12+00:00

CfP: Global perspectives on racism, antisemitism and nationalism

CfP: Global perspectives on racism, antisemitism and nationalism
RN31 Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism

Mid-term conference Ferrara, 5-6 September 2018 University of Ferrara (Italy)
Department of Human Sciences – Urban Studies Laboratory

The ESA Research Network 31: Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism invites submissions of abstracts for its biannual mid-term conference. The conference will be held from 5 to 6 September 2018 at the University […]

CfP: Global perspectives on racism, antisemitism and nationalism2018-04-25T15:29:22+00:00

CfP: 1st Annual Symposium of the Connecting Memories Research Initiative

Connecting Memories Research Initiative 1st Annual Symposium

June 1st, 2018

University of Edinburgh

Keynote Speaker: Prof Andrew Hoskins, University of Glasgow

The Connecting Memories Research Initiative is delighted to invite postgraduate students, early career researchers and academics to participate in a one-day symposium exploring interdisciplinary perspectives relating to memory. The main objectives of the symposium are to generate dialogue and stimulate new […]

CfP: 1st Annual Symposium of the Connecting Memories Research Initiative2018-04-20T11:05:49+00:00

CfP: Memory and Transformation (Discovering Collections Discovering Communities 2018)

The theme of Discovering Collections Discovering Communities 2018 (DCDC18) is ‘memory and transformation’. This year the conference takes place in Birmingham from Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 November. The conference includes contributions from academics and professionals at any stage in their career, and is an opportunity for delegates from across the higher education, […]

CfP: Memory and Transformation (Discovering Collections Discovering Communities 2018)2018-04-12T10:13:31+00:00

International Summer School “The Past in the Present – History, Law and Memory”

We are looking for candidates!

Participants: 20 PhD students, young researchers or people engaged in public affairs from Poland, Germany, Russia, Ukraine and others Central and Eastern Europe countries. Very good passive and active knowledge of English, official language of the School, is required.

Lecturers: Eminent historians, international lawyers and political scientists. Participation has already been confirmed […]

International Summer School “The Past in the Present – History, Law and Memory”2018-04-09T19:42:11+00:00

Call for Submission: a/b: Auto/Biography Studies

a/b: Auto/Biography Studies: Share your Research on Migration, Exile, and Diaspora in Graphic Life Narratives

Graphic life narratives, especially memoirs, diaries, and auto/biographies in the form of comics, have flourished over the three decades since the landmark publication of Art Spiegelman’s Maus. As a distinct field that combines life narrative studies and comics studies, graphic life […]

Call for Submission: a/b: Auto/Biography Studies2018-04-02T18:04:30+00:00
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