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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p> NEWSLETTER N. 21/2013 </p><p> 27.Agosto.2013 </p><p>________________________________________________________ </p><p>Eventos do CIDEHUS: 1) III Workshop - Comunicao Poltica na Monarquia Pluricontinental Portuguesa (1580-</p><p>1808): Reino, Atlntico e Brasil Local: Auditrio da rea de Histria Universidade Federal Fluminense Data: 29 a 30.Agosto.2013 Link: http://www.ppghis.historia.ufrj.br/destaque/iii-workshop-do-projeto-de-investigacao-a-comunicacao-politica-na-monarquia-pluricontinental-portuguesa-1580-1808-reino-atlantico-e-brasil/ </p><p>2) Conferncia da European Association for the History of Medicine and Health - EAHMH Local: Escola Nacional de Sade Pblica Data: 4 a 7.Setembro.2013 Link: http://www.eahmhconference2013.uevora.pt/ </p><p> Eventos: </p><p>1) Seminrio Internacional Esporte, Cultura, Nao, Estado Encontro de Pesquisadores de Brasil e Portugal Local: Salo Nobre - Instituto de Filosofia e Cincias Sociais - Univ. Federal do Rio Janeiro Data: 2 e 3.setembro.2013 Link: http://noticiasdosport.wordpress.com/seminario-internacional-esporte-cultura-nacao-estado-encontro-de-pesquisadores-de-brasil-e-portugal/ </p><p>2) IEULisbon Seminar State of the art of research in teacher education Local: Universidade de Lisboa Data: 5.Setembro.2013, 9h00-18h00 Link: www.ie.ul.pt </p><p>3) Conferncia sobre a concluso do projecto Radio-Past, no mbito das Conferncias da Ammaia, Professor Jos Mattoso Professores Cristina Corsi e Frank Vermeulen, Local: Casa da Cultura de Marvo Data: 6.setembro.2013, 17h00 </p><p>Call for articles: 1) Virginia Social Science Journal </p><p>Date: 1.Outubro.2013 The Virginia Social Science Journal (ISSN 0507-1305) is a refereed journal published by the Virginia Social Science Association. It seeks to encourage research in the social sciences. Publication is not confined to Virginia-related research nor is it confined to scholars working in Virginia; the Journal is interested in all manuscripts of interest and concern to social scientists. The Journal routinely publishes papers in the areas of anthropology, business, economics, education, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology. Deadline for submissions is October 1, 2013. </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>Contact: kv2h@virginia.edu Link: www.virginiasocialscience.org/journal/ </p><p>2) We are pleased to announce the inauguration of a new online academic journal dealing with Talmudic and Rabbinic literature - Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature. The journal is scheduled to appear annually, and is accessed free. Scholars are invited to submit articles in Hebrew or English. Long articles and studies offering editions of primary sources are welcome. Short notes and reviews of new books will appear as well. Articles must meet accepted scholarly standards and will be submitted for outside review. Submissions should be sent by electronic mail at: oqimta@oqimta.org.il. Editor: - Prof. Shamma Friedman Assistant Editor: Dr. Alexander J. Tal Editoral Board: - Prof. Isaiah M. Gafni - Dr. Avraham (Rami) Reiner Publisher: Ruben A. Knoll, P.O. Box 10141, Ramat Gan 5200102, Israel. www.oqimta.org.il ISSN 2308-1449 </p><p>Call for papers: 1) WEHC 2015 World Economic History Congress </p><p>Local: Kyoto, Japo Data: 3 a 7.Agosto.2015 Prazo limite: 1.Setembro.2013 Link: http://www.wehc2015.org/ </p><p> Please take this opportunity to be a part of the congress programme. Full guidelines are available on the congress website, http://www.wehc2015.org/scientificprogramme-call_for_sessions.html If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Secretariat at wehc2015@c-linkage.co.jp KEY DATES - Deadline for First Call for Session Proposal: 1 September 2013 - Call for Posters: February 2014 - Registration Opens: October 2014 - Final Session Details and Papers: April 2015 Secretariat of WEHC2015 (Kyoto, Japan) c/o Convention Linkage, Inc. TEL:+81-6-6377-2188 FAX:+81-6-6377-2075 E-mail: wehc2015@c-linkage.co.jp </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>2) INTERNATIONAL CROSS-DISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP AND CONFERENCE ON JEWS AND GENTILES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Local: Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague Data: (Workshop) 26 a 30.Maio.2014 / (Conference) 31.Maio.2014 a 1.Junho.2014 Prazo limite: 15.Outubro.2013 </p><p>We are pleased to invite applications to a five-day research workshop and a two-day international conference on Jewish-Gentile relations in specific local contexts of former Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary during and after World War II (1939-1989). Both events will be held at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. We seek scholars and graduate students from various disciplines including but not limited to history, sociology, political science, cultural studies and anthropology who investigate the complexity of these relations, and their transformation, from perspectives beyond the traditional approach that deals purely with politics. The workshop will consist of five days of intensive discussions on individual research topics. Workshop participants will be required to submit their papers in writing by April 30, 2014. A digital reading pack will be distributed to all workshop participants electronically; hard copies will be provided at the event. At the workshop, each participant will have approximately 45 minutes to introduce the paper, which will be followed by one hour discussion among the participants. Workshop participants will include established scholars, who will outline the topic under consideration, as well as young academics and graduate students in order to discuss the outlined research questions and enhance new methodological approaches. Workshop participants are expected to attend all five days of the workshop. Advanced graduate students are encouraged to apply. A two-day international conference will be linked to the workshop. Papers will be presented by a mixture of workshop guest lecturers and academics solicited through this open call for papers. The conference will be open to the public. We invite papers on the following topics (however also other topics will be considered): </p><p>public / popular responses to official anti-Semitism resistance and rescue postwar responses to the Holocaust representation in film and literature transformation of the official/popular anti-Semitism during the early Communist rule we particularly welcome papers that offer comparative (temporal or spatial) perspectives </p><p>The conference / workshop language will be English. For paper submissions, please submit: 1)an abstract of approximately one page; 2)your current resume; and 3)an information about whether you are interested in participating in the workshop or the conference (or both) by e-mail to Prague2014conference@gmail.com AND J.Lanicek@unsw.edu.au The deadline for submission is October 15, 2013. Participants will be notified by early December. A limited number of graduate student stipends to partially defray the travel costs will be available. We nevertheless ask all participants to seek funding at their home institutions. Hana Kubtov, Charles University in Prague Jan Lnek, University of New South Wales </p><p>3) First International Virtual Conference on Human And Social Sciences Data: 18 a 22.Novembro.2013 Prazo limite: 18.Outubro.2013 Link: http://www.hassacc.com/ </p></li><li><p>4 </p><p>The aim of the conference is to provide the platform for Students, Engineers, Researchers and Scientists to share the knowledge and ideas in the recent trends in the field of Human and Social Sciences, Management, Human Behaviour... The Proceedings of the Conference will be published by EDIS (Printing House of the University of ilina, Slovakia). Proceedings will be submitted for evaluation to SCOPUS and other major indexing services for review and indexing. Selected papers will also be published in International Journals along with ISSN Numbers (www.sci-pub.com) The conference is organized by the Trnava University (Slovakia), University St.Kliment Macedonia (FYROM) and THOMSON LtD (Slovakia), Faculty of Management in Tourism and Commerce Timisoara, University Christian Dimitrie Cantemir (Romania). Venue: http://www.hassacc.com/ (Virtual Conference) TOPICS Topics of the conference will include (but are not limited to): - Business Management, Consulting, Sales - Information Management - Information Society - Marketing, Advertising - Financing and Accounting - Economy and Business Economics, Banking, Financial - Public service, Law - Psychology, Sociology and Pedagogy - Social Science, Families, Work, Activism, Lifestyle Choices - News, Media, Internet - Education, Science Education, Home Schooling, Math Education, Environmental Education, Distance Education - Human ethology, Human behavior - Medicine, Healt, Alternative, Beauty, Fitness, Neurology, Pharmacy - Veterinary medicine - Art, Religion, History, Culturology, Philosophy, Architecture, Photography, Design, Literature - Linguistics - Ecology, Forestry, Earth Science - Agriculture - Geographical - Global warming Green Energy Options - Tourism Papers will be accepted in English language only. IMPORTANT DATES Draft Manuscript Submission &amp; Registration Deadline 18 October, 2013 Author Notification about Acceptance of the paper 11 November, 2013 HASSACC 2013, Conference Date 18-22 November, 2013 OFFICIAL LANGUAGE of the conference will be English. </p></li><li><p>5 </p><p> All questions regarding the conference should be addressed to email: info@hassacc.com </p><p> Atividades Culturais </p><p>1) Exposio Virtual O Terramoto de 1755, a Torre do Tombo e Manuel da Maia Link: http://antt.dgarq.gov.pt/exposicoes-virtuais-2/o-terramoto-de-1755-a-torre-do-tombo-e-manuel-da-maia/ </p><p>2) Colquio sobre a Batalha de Azamor Local: Castelo de Vila Viosa Data: 1.Setembro.2013 Link: http://www.fcbraganca.pt/eventos/tematicas/azamor.pdf Comemoram-se em 2013 os 500 anos da Batalha de Azamor. Este confronto teve lugar a 28 e 29 de Agosto de 1513 em Azamor, Marrocos, onde participaram portugueses contra marroquinos. Azamor, dependente do Rei de Fez, embora gozando de grande autonomia, prestava vassalagem ao rei D. Joo II j desde 1486. As desavenas geradas entre o governador Moulay Zayam, que se recusou pagar o tributo e preparava um exrcito para se defender, ocasionaram o envio da Armada portuguesa quela cidade no dia 15 de Agosto de 1513, por ordem de D. Manuel I. A 1 de Setembro, o exrcito, liderado por D. Jaime, quarto Duque de Bragana, tomava a cidade sem resistncia. </p><p>Bolsas / Estgios / Emprego Cientfico: 1) Est aberto entre 29 de julho e 30 de agosto concurso para 4 bolsas de doutoramento </p><p>no mbito do Programa Interuniversitrio de Doutoramento em Histria Mudana e Continuidade num Mundo Global (PIUDHist). Para alm destas bolsas, o PIUDHist conta com apoios institucionais que podero concretizar-se na atribuio de outras bolsas de doutoramento, designadamente: Bolsa "BFA - Banco de Fomento de Angola"; Bolsa "Fundao Calouste Gulbenkian" e Bolsa "Fundao Oriente". Link: http://piudhist.ics.ul.pt/pt/scholarships/ </p><p>2) INSTITUTE FOR CULTURE AND SOCIETY Applications for PhD Study now open Scholarships available The University of Western Sydneys Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) invites applications from outstanding candidates for PhD study. Funding is available for a number of Scholarships. About the Institute The ICS is internationally recognised for its high quality, innovative research on the transformations in culture and society in the global era. Headed by Director, Distinguished Professor Ien Ang, and Research Director, Professor Brett Neilson, the ICS is especially interested in PhD proposals in the following areas: Cibes and Urban Cultures Intercultural Dialogue and Transnabonal Culture Insbtubons, Governance and Cibzenship Cultural Economy and Globalisabon </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p> Heritage, Environment and Society Digital Research and Cultural Transformation Australian Cultural Fields Culture and Educabon Candidates with backgrounds in cultural studies, sociology, anthropology, human geography, cultural history, media and communication studies, Asian studies and other disciplines are encouraged to apply. Applications from international candidates are particularly welcome. See here to find out more research conducted at ICS. Essential Criteria Good Bachelor Honours degree (Class 1/2.1), an internationally recognised Masters that includes a research based dissertation, or equivalent qualifications and/or experience. Research or professional experience in a relevant field of humanities or social science. Funding Opportunities Domestic students are encouraged to apply for the Australian Postgraduate Award (APA). Further details available here. ICS offers a number of competitively awarded scholarships for students of exceptional research potential. The scholarships include a tax-free stipend of AUD $34,653 per annum for the period of three years (indexed annually) and a funded place in the doctoral degree programme. Outstanding international students may also be offered a tuition fee waiver. Self-funded candidates are also welcome to apply. Further Information and Application Process To apply, candidates should submit an application form, 3-4 page research proposal and CV by September 22nd, 2013. The application form is available at: http://www.uws.edu.au/research/scholarships Candidates are strongly advised, however, to initially submit a 1 page Expression of Interest to icsscholarship@uws.edu.au as soon as possible. The expression of interest should include a short summary of their proposed PhD research topic (1/2 page), the names of 2 potential ICS supervisors, and details of proposed funding (as above). For further details about enrolment and scholarships, please contact the Research Scholarships Development Officer, Ms Tracy Mills t.mills@uws.edu.au APPLICATIONS CLOSE 22nd September 2013 </p><p>3) The Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies (HCTS) is an Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Heidelberg. The HCTS now welcomes applications (beginning on March 1st, 2014, or September 1st, 2014): 3 Visiting Fellowships are available to scholars worldwide. Building on the structures established by the Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in a Global Context, the HCTS is open to scholars especially in the Humanities and the Social Sciences. Founded in April 2013, the HCTS assembles scholars from all over the world to engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue and to enhance their understanding of transcultural processes. The Centre offers a Masters and a Doctoral Programme in Transcultural Studies. In addition to five permanent fellows (the HCTS professorships in Transcultural Studies), a group of senior and junior fellows is invited each year to join the HCTS to pursue their own research and to engage in discussions with other fellows as well as graduate students around a common theme. Fellows can choose to be in residence in Heidelberg for a period ranging from between six...</p></li></ul>