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New Ports, Pioneer Ports, XIVth-XXIth Centuries

Deadline submission : march 15th, 2016

Du jeudi 6 au samedi 8 octobre 2016

4th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE RESEARCH NETWORK « THE GOUVERNANCE OF ATLANTIC SEAPORTS (XIV-XXI CENTURIES)

Lorient - France - South Brittany university
6-7-8 October, 2016


e-mail : gobernanza@geo.uned.es
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III Symposium of the network “The governance of Atlantic ports”

Call for papers - 2015, march, 31 th

Du jeudi 15 au vendredi 16 octobre 2015

Water borders. Port cities and their cultural universe
III Symposium of the network “The governance of Atlantic ports”

UNIVERSITIES OF A CORUÑA AND SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
CASA DE VELÁZQUEZ AND UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN A DISTANCIA (UNED)

15 and 16 October 2015

Deadline: 31 March 2015. Requirements: title, name of the author, workplace and an abstract of 500 words. Callers who do not belong to Governance Network will also send a CV of 200 words.



e-mail : gobernanza@geo.uned.es
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Sixteenth Annual International Graduate Student Conference on Transatlantic History

Call for papers - Deadline : 2015, april, 1 st

Du jeudi 17 au samedi 19 septembre 2015

University of Texas at Arlington
Date of Conference: September 17-19, 2015

This conference seeks to explore and further establish shared terminology, methodologies, and defining parameters as they pertain to the field of transatlantic history. It also seeks to serve as an interdisciplinary and intercontinental meeting place where such ideas can converge into a common conversation.

We invite paper and panel submissions that are historical, geographical, anthropological, literary, sociological, and cartographic in nature that fall within the scope of transatlantic studies from both graduate students and young scholars. 
We will accept submissions for papers written in English, French, Spanish, and German.

e-mail : christopher.malmberg@mavs.uta.edu
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The Sea as a whole - Ideological reservoir and environmental concerns

Porto university, 4-8 july 2014

Du vendredi 4 au mardi 8 juillet 2014

5th Summer School in Environmental History

Porto University (UP-FL) and the National Science Foundation (FCT), with the support of the European Society for Environmental History (ESEH),
and the Research Centre for Tran disciplinary Studies, Culture, Space and Memory (CITCEM) are organizing the 5th ESEH Summer School 2014.
This four-day ESEH graduate student Summer School will take place immediately before the 2nd WORLD CONGRESS ON ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (2ND WCEH)
to be held in Guimarães, Portu

e-mail : inesamorimflup@gmail.com
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Roman port societies through the evidence of inscriptions

Deadline : march, 15 th, 2014

This conference addresses specific questions relating to the capacities of and interconnections between a range of ports across the Mediterranean in ways that will allow us to better understand their role in promoting the cohesion and integrity of the Roman Mediterranean during the Imperial era. These concern (1) the layout of Roman ports, (2) the organization of commercial activities focused at them, (3) hierarchies of ports, and (4) pan-Mediterranean commercial and social connections between p



e-mail : pascal.arnaud@mom.fr
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Maritime History between the Public and Academia: the challenges ahead

Deadline for the submission of papers proposals : 31 January 2012

For 45 years the yearly conferences organised by the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies at Exeter have represented a unique privileged meeting ground between academics, local historians and the public interested in maritime and naval history. Thr


e-mail : m.fusaro@exeter.ac.uk
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