This is the regular issue of the journal INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TAMIL LANGUAGE AND LITERARY STUDIES (E-ISSN: 2581-7140), VOL – 2: ISSUE – 2, JANUARY 2020. There are 21 scholarly articles in English, 21 of them in Tamil Language and one in English.
- Danielle Skjelver started the topic Call for Africa Editor in the forums: Science Studies and the History of Science, Union for Nubian Studies, Open Book Publishers, History, Global Digital Humanities Symposium, Digital Pedagogy, African History.
The History of Applied Science and Technology Open Access Textbook editors are seeking an Africanist to join our team.
- Danielle Skjelver started the topic Call for Peer Reviewers in the forums: Science Studies and the History of Science, Union for Nubian Studies, Roman military equipment, Printing History, Premodern Japanese History, Open Book Publishers, Modern Mexican History, Late Medieval History, History of the Low Countries, History, Hanseatic History, Global Digital Humanities Symposium, Digital Pedagogy, British History, Architectural History and Theory, African History.
The History of Applied Science & Technology Open Access Textbook editors seek peer reviewers for all regions and all periods.
Dominik Hünniger deposited Policing Epizootics. Legislation and Administration during Outbreaks of Cattle Plague in Eighteenth-Century Northern Germany as Continuous Crisis Management in the group Science Studies and the History of Science on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 2 days ago
This chapter analyzes administrative efforts to control epizootic disease in eighteenth-century Schleswig-Holstein as disaster management. It points to the importance of quarantine, slaughter, and the control of trade as the principal methods adopted by governments and draws links with the methods used to control plague in humans. The chapter…[Read more]
Marco Heiles deposited Ritualmagische Wahrsagerei in der Handschrift 3227a des Germanischen Nationalmuseums Nürnberg in the group Science Studies and the History of Science on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
Ritual-magical divination in manuscript Hs. 3227a of the Germanische Nationalmuseum Nuremberg
The tomb of Sunan Kudus is one of the walisongo monuments. The development of tourism caused a shift in the function and value of the tomb. The purpose of the study was conducted to explain the commodification of religious tourism in the Sunan Kudus Grave with research problems including: (1) the causes of commodification of the Sunan Kudus tomb,…[Read more]
Louise Barrière replied to the topic CfP – Conference – LGBTI and Queer Arts, Culture & Activisms in the discussion Gender Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
The deadline has been extended! The CfP now runs until March 15th.
Rebecca Ruth Gould deposited “The Persianate Cosmology of Historical Inquiry in the Caucasus: ʿAbbās Qulī Āghā Bākīkhānūf’s Cosmological Cosmopolitanism,” Comparative Literature (2019) in the group Science Studies and the History of Science on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
This article engages with cosmopolitan conceptions of culture that flourished in the nineteenth century Caucasus with a view to clarifying the relevance of these legacies today. I focus in particular on the polymath writer ʿAbbās Qulī Āghā Bākīkhānūf (1794–1847). As I explore Bākīkhānūf’s historical writing, I consider how the Persianate liter…[Read more]
“Democratizing the American University” argues for a more democratic approach to academic appointments within the US academy.
The author proposes fairy-tale logic as a mode of magical thinking typified by the belief that certain functions, fulfilled correctly and in the right order, lead to predictable outcomes. Mapping similarities in implicit reasoning within “Beauty and the Beast,” the reality television program Beauty and the Geek (2005-08), and the misogynistic nar…[Read more]
- Louise Barrière started the topic CfP – Conference – LGBTI and Queer Arts, Culture & Activisms in the forums: Gender Studies, LGBTQ Studies, Queer German Studies, Feminist Humanities, Cultural Studies.
LGBTI & QUEER ARTS, CULTURES, ACTIVISMS CONFERENCE (Metz, France)
Conference dates: 11th and 12th June 2020
CfP Deadline: 28th February
[Deadline might be subject to extension due to an ongoing strike in French universities. I will inform you if this is the case, but we recommend to get your abstract in as soon as possible in any…[Read more]
- Cristina León Alfar started the topic New publication in the forums: Gender Studies, Women also Know Literature, The Renaissance Society of America, Shakespeare, Renaissance/ Early Modern Studies, Feminist Humanities.
Alfar, Cristina León “Speaking Truth to Power as Feminist Ethics in Richard III.” Social Research: An International Quarterly, vol. 86, no. 3, Nov. 2019, pp. 789–819. (Available through ProjectMuse muse.jhu.edu/article/741025.)
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This group is open to anyone, but we are primarily concerned with supporting humanities PhDs (abd and post-grad) who are…[Read more]
On scholarly traditions, quantitative assessments, and academic malpractices in Italy – and how someone disagreed (Isis, Vol. 110, n. S1, pp. 15-17 https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdfplus/10.1086/707594)
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