Monthly Archives: December 2020

Position in Early Modern and Modern French History

Kenyon College in Ohio is currently searching for an Assistant Professor of History with a specialization in Early Modern France and the French Empire. This is a great opportunity for recent Ph.D.s in Early Modern French and Francophone History. Here … Continue reading

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A Global History of Early Modern Violence

A new book on A Global History of Early Modern Violence, edited by Erica Charters, Marie Houllemare, and Peter H. Wilson, has been published by Manchester University Press. The book description at Manchester University Press’s website reads: “This is the … Continue reading

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Centering Race in History Conference

An international conference on Centering Race in History: Antiquity to the Present was held online last week, co-sponsored by the Department of History and Civilization of the European University Institute, the International Centre on Racism at Edge Hill University, and … Continue reading

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