New academic announcements from Sunday 31 January

Dear readers, this week on our blog you can find information, among others, about the following new publications:

Dorota Litwin-Lewandowska (2020) The Polish Reason of State in Austria. The Poles in the Political Life of Austria in the Period of the Dual Monarchy (1867–1918) describes the history of the Polish diaspora in the Habsburg monarchy in the historical, institutional, legal, political, and organizational context. In the period of the Dual Monarchy (1867–1918).

Jolanta Sikorska-Kulesza (2020) Tolerated Evil. Prostitution in the Kingdom of Poland in the Nineteenth Century the author traces normative and organisational efforts of the authorities of the Kingdom of Poland, which sought to maintain control over prostitution and the health of women who offered paid sexual services.

Also you can read about the following academic opportunities:

CfP: Anti-Genderism in Central and Eastern Europe – A Question of Religion? (21.04. bis 22.04.2021, online, Deutschland)

CFP “What’s New, What’s Next? Innovative Methods, New Sources, and Paradigm Shifts in Jewish Studies” Conference October 2021 (Deadline April 30, 2021)

Call for Papers: Jews along the Silk Road. International Conference on Migration Routes, Entangled Spaces and In-between Positions (Deadline: 15.03.2021)

Published by sgmhbasees

The BASEES Study Group for Minority History (SGMH) is a forum devoted to the study of minority groups in the national and regional histories of Central, Eastern and Southeastern European from the Napoleonic Wars to the contemporary past.

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