- 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.
The Journal for the History of Knowledge will be launched in 2020 and is now soliciting proposals for its first annual special issue in Fall 2020. The proposal deadline is January 15, 2019.
This official publication of Gewina, the Belgian-Dutch Society for History of Science and Universities, will be “devoted to the history of knowledge in its broadest sense.” That means the history not only of science and scholarship “but also of indigenous, artisanal and other types of knowledge.” In keeping with the journal’s institutional home, it also has a declared interest in “interactions and processes of demarcation between science and other forms of knowledge.” The journal intends to be global and reach from antiquity to the present.