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October 2023 issue of the Cultural History journal

The new issue (12.2) of the Society’s journal Cultural History has been published. The issue includes the following articles: ‘Plague Markings: Doors and Disease’, by Edward Brookes ‘The ‘Autographic Self’: Facsimile Signatures and Lithographic Portraiture at the Crossroads of Liberalism, Romanticism and Nationalism, c. 1800–60’, by Tom Young ‘Recognizing Traces of Colonialism and Coloniality in…

Call for Papers/Panels 2024 ISCH conference in Potsdam: ‘Embodied Histories: Cultural History of, in, and through the Human Body’

Call for Papers Embodied Histories: Cultural History of, in, and through the Human Body 04.-06. September 2024, Potsdam, Germany For its 2024 conference, the International Society for Cultural History invites paper and panel proposals on the theme of “Embodied Histories.” Historians and contextually oriented scholars working on any period or location are encouraged to explore (but…

The summer newsletter

The latest ISCH newsletter has been published: it includes news about our upcoming conference, the journal and the book series, our partner the South African Society for Cultural History, and about other events and conferences. Read the newsletter here. You can subsribe to the biannual ISCH newsletter by inserting you email address below. In addition…

April 2023 issue of the Cultural History journal

The new issue (12.1) of the Cultural History journal has been published. Articles: Reviews: Cultural History journal promotes the work and aims of the International Society for Cultural History which was founded in 2008. It generates discussion and debate on the nature of cultural history and current trends, and advances theoretical and methodological discussions relating…