- Fellowship: Binational Visiting Fellow Tandem Program in the History of Migration at GHI Pacific Regional Office in Berkeley. Application deadline: January 15, 2020. (Why migration on a blog about knowledge? See the Knowledge and Migration page on this site.)
- Reading: Martin Collins and Teasel Muir-Harmony, eds., Making the Pacific: Making Japanese-U.S. Relations: Science and Technology as Historical Agents in the Twentieth Century, special issue, Pacific Historical Review 88, no. 4 (Fall 2019): 509–658.
- Call for Papers: “Entangled Pasts and Presents: Temporal Interactions and Knowledge Production in the Study of Hellenistic Central Asia.” Fourth Conference of the Hellenistic Central Asia Research Network. Proposal deadline: November 15, 2019. HT @hsozkult.
- Call for Papers: “Indigenous Knowledges,” special issue of KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies. Proposal deadline: November 30, 2019.
- Publication: Peter Mandler, “Good Reading for the Million: The ‘Paperback Revolution’ And the Co-Production of Academic Knowledge in Mid Twentieth-Century Britain and America,” Past and Present 244 (August 2019): 235–69, https://doi.org/10.1093/pastj/gtz005.
- Publication: Simone Lässig and Swen Steinberg, eds., “Knowledge and Young Migrants,” special issue of KNOW: A Journal on the Formation of Knowledge 3, no. 2 (Fall 2019): 191–351.
- Publication: Bert De Munck and Antonella Romano, eds., Knowledge and the Early Modern City: A History of Entanglments (London: Routledge, 2019). HT @UrbanHistoryUA.
- Hashtag: #GHIdh19 for Digital Hermeneutics: From Research to Dissemination at the GHI Washington, October 10–12, 2019.
- Hashtag: #shotmilano for the annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology, October 24–27, 2019. HT @LauraSkouvig.
- New Book Series: New series: Global Epistemics. HT @berytia.
Visiting fellowship: Lund, Sweden, 1–2 weeks. Next deadline: November 1, 2019.
Journal: The next issue of Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte / History of Science and Humanities (Wilely) contains a number of English-language articles framed explicitly in terms of “knowledge,” including the next two items in this list.
- Article: “How How ‘Facts’ Shaped Modern Disciplines: The Fluid Concept of Fact and the Common Origins of German Physics and Historiography” by Sjang L. Ten Hagen. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 49, no. 3 (June 2019): 300–337.
- Blog post: “Religion as Knowledge” by Kajsa Brilkman and Anna Nilsson Hammar. History of Knowledge @ Lund. April 24, 2019.
- Project: “Humanities in Motion: Circulation of Knowledge in Postwar Sweden and West Germany.” History of Knowledge @ Lund. May 22, 2019.
- New book series: Knowledge Societies in History edited by Sven Dupré and Wijnand Mijnhardt.
Call for Summer School Applications: Challenging the Sites of Knowledge: Medial and Pluri-Medial Configurations and Transformations
- September 3–7, 2019, Graduate School of the Humanities, Universität Bern
- Further Details
- Deadline: April 30, 2019
Grant in Aid Awards for Immigration History Research Center Archives (IHRCA) at the University of Minnesota
- Deadline: June 1, 2019
CFP: Extraction, Expropriation, Erasure? Knowledge Production in International Relations. Millenium: Journal of International Studies
- October 19–20, 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
- Deadline: June 30, 2019
The German Historical Institute Washington has launched a new blog, Migrant Knowledge, at migrantknowledge.org. Begin with the “About” page there to understand what is animating the project.
- An Uneasy Alliance: Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Enriches Science by George Nicholas at The Conversation
- The Women Who Contributed to Science but Were Buried in Footnotes by Ed Yong at The Atlantic
- The Secret History of Women in Coding by Clive Thompson at The New York Times Magazine
- Migration and Knowledge Transfer by Charlotte Mueller @ChJMueller at the NVVN
- The portal for the Journal for the History of Knowledge is now open and accepting submissions.
- Crop failure disasters: Societal knowledge in circulation and transformation, Sweden 1695–1870 at New History of Knowledge (Lund)
- University Women’s International Networks Database at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science