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Cultural History Links
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South African Society for Cultural History (SASCH) is an academic society, established in 1982, with the purpose of promoting Cultural History as a discipline in South Africa. SASCH and ISCH are in partnership since 2022. See their South African Journal of Cultural History here.
Kulttuurihistorian seura, the Finnish society that promotes the study of Cultural History in Finland
Social History Society in UK
Kulturwissenschaften (Research Unit “Historical Cultural Sciences” ) at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.
Association Française d’Etudes Américaines, French Association for American Studies
An international Master’s programme in Cultural History of Modern Europe at Utrecht University.
Le blog des doctorants. This blog is maintained by the doctoral candidates of the Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines (Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, France). It provides cultural history doctoral candidates of all origins with useful information such as call for papers, grants opening, job offers and announcements in French.
The International Society for Cultural History (ISCH) is an academic society with the aim to promote cultural history and to bring together scholars of cultural history. Its constitution, minutes of meetings, and reports from the committee can be found here.
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