Calls for Papers and Applications

This page provides information on calls for papers on issues of historical dialogue, historical and transitional justice, and public and social memory. It is regularly updated.

June 2022

CfA: Visiting Scholar in Political History and Leadership
Location: Arizona State University
Deadline: June 5, 2022

CfA: Center for Armenian Studies (CAS), Academic Program Specialist
Location: University of Michigan
Deadline: June 8, 2022

CfA: Visiting Assistant Professor, Peace & Conflict Studies Program
Location: Colgate University
Deadline: June 13, 2022

CfP: Jewish Education through the Lens of Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Status
Location: Journal of Jewish Education
Deadline: June 15, 2022

CfA: Instructor in Human Rights
Location: University of Chicago
Deadline: June 15, 2022

Jewish Studies Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Location: Central European University, Vienna
Deadline: June 15, 2022

CfA: Exhibition Director
Location: The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, NYC
Deadline: June 15, 2022

CfA: Faces of postmemory 5 – conflict or negotiations?
Location: Institute of Intercultural Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków
Conference Dates: October 25-26, 2022
Deadline: June 18, 2022

CfA: Past Wrongs, Future Choices Postdoctoral Fellowship in Nikkei History
Location: University of Victoria
Deadline: June 27, 2022

CfA: Executive Director, Tulane History Project
Location: Tulane University
Deadline: rolling

July 2022

Marching on Rome: Contesting the Eternal City through the Centuries
Location: Italian Academy, NYC
Conference Date: October 28, 2022
Deadline: July 1, 2022

CfA: Mellon Fellowship Program for Displaced Scholars
Location: Columbia University’s Global Center in Amman
Deadline: July 2, 2022

SOLIDARITY: Memory Studies Association (MSA) Sixth Annual Conference
Location: Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
Conference Dates: July 3-7, 2022

August 2022

CfA: Genocide Studies International, general call for submissions
Deadline: August 15, 2022

September 2022

CfA: Assistant Professor, Latinx History
Location: University of Pittsburgh
Deadline: September 15, 2022

October 2022

CfA: Senesh Fellowship application
Location: Memo Rights
Deadline: October 1, 2022

December 2022

CfA: Sixteenth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Conference Dates: 18-20 September 2023
Deadline: December 18, 2022

Rolling or Unspecified

Online Seminar Series
Beginning in 2021, the Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network will host a live and interactive online seminar series. Conducted through Zoom, these hour-long seminars enable researchers and authors to present new and developing work to a global audience. Seminars are free and open to anyone and include a 25 minute discussion period.

The Dialogues invites prospective presenters to contact a member of the Organising Committee. If you are interested in presenting a seminar, please send an abstract (or the paper/book or other work from which the seminar will draw) to one of the seminar organisers along with a CV or short bio. Please note that presentations should be within the Dialogues’ broad ambit.

Information about upcoming seminars is available LINK. If you want to receive notifications for future online seminars, join the Dialogues’ biweekly newsletter at dialogues@columbia.edu.

Online Seminar Organisation Committee:
Alexander Karn: akarn@colgate.edu ǀ https://www.colgate.edu/about/directory/akarn

Ariella Lang: al223@columbia.edu ǀ https://www.humanrightscolumbia.org/profile/faculty/ariella-lang%20 

Stephen Winter: s.winter@auckland.ac.nz ǀ https://stephenwintertheory.wordpress.com/


CfA: Berghof Foundation
CfA: Project Manager Local Dialogue Processes (div/f/m) for Latin America Programme
Location: Berlin, Germany

Memory Studies Portal Now Online
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new memory database! The Memory Studies Portal (MSP) is a bibliography and virtual repository for the growing community of memory scholars. It is a collaborative project of the Memory in the Disciplines initiative at Stony Brook University and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights’ Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability at Columbia University. The MSP responds to two trends, the ongoing consolidation of a field of memory studies and the ongoing debate as to whether memory studies is or should be “interdisciplinary” (involving contributions from scholars from various disciplines within a shared framework), “transdisciplinary” (involving a generative synthesis of disciplinary approaches), or merely “multidisciplinary” (characterized by several parallel, largely independent specialized conversations). This debate provides the opportunity to investigate the relations between disciplines. The MSP bridges disciplinary divides between (and among) the social sciences and the humanities Accordingly, our initiative will allow scholars from disciplines as diverse as sociology, literature, history, psychology, philosophy, political sciences, performance studies and art history to engage in a sustained conversation – and, ideally, to enrich one anothers’ understanding of memory.  Since the MSP is a work in progress its growth also partly depends on your input. We thus encourage scholars/users of the MSP to alert us to bibliographic entries or any other suggestion as to how we can improve and expand the MSP. Please send an email with your thoughts, concerns, and missing/additional items you would like us to upload into the MSP.

Invitation to Participate in the Mapping Historical Dialogue Project
The Institute for the Study of Human Rights (ISHR) at Columbia University invites you, as an expert in your field, to participate in the development of the Mapping Historical Dialogue Project (MHDP). The goal of the MHDP is to establish an online interactive geographical map that addresses mechanisms of contested memory in post conflict countries. The mapping process will document projects addressing the memory of historical violence. Building on a crowdsourcing model, the project will rely on incremental contributions to connect a diverse network of individuals who often do not have access or knowledge of one another’s work. The project is open access, and its scholarship and resources and will be available to a wide community of users. More information about the map can be found here. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at mapping.historical.dialogue@gmail.com.

Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network Working Paper (WP) Series
Contact: Working Paper co-editors Tim Wyman-McCarthy and Sigrun Schaumburg-Müller at dialogues@columbia.edu.

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