Past conferences

Past conferences

  • Tallinn 2019
    Tallinn 2019

Cultures of Participation and Belonging. 2-3 September 2021, Online (organised from Mainz, Germany).

Global Cultural History. 26-29 June 2019, Tallinn (Estonia).

Performance, Politics, and Play. 13-16 September 2018, New York City (USA). For the Call for Papers, see here.

Senses, Emotions and the Affective Turn – Recent Perspectives and New Challenges in Cultural History. 26-29 June 2017, Umeå (Sweden).

Gender and Generations. 18-21 July 2016, Trieste (Italy): For the Call for Papers, see here.

  • Selected papers of this conference were published as Gender and Generations: Spaces, Times, Identity, edited by Gabriella Valera, Ecaterina Lung and Christopher Heath. Chronica Mundi, 13,1 (2018). More information here.

Time and Culture. 7-10 September 2015, University of Bucharest Campus, Romania. For the Call for Papers, see here.

  • Selected papers of this conference were published as TIME AND CULTURE / TEMPS ET CULTURE, edited by Ecaterina Lung, Étienne Bourdon, Christopher Heath, Laurence Shee, Cécile Vallée. Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti, 2017. More information here.

Cultures of Damaged Societies: from Post-Conflict Resolution to Intercultural Dialogue. 24-27 November 2014, Monash South Africa, Ruimsig Johannesburg. For the call for papers, see here.

Artefacts, Culture, and Identity. 11-14 September 2013, Istanbul, Turkey. For the call for papers, see here.

The Cultural History of Work. 2-5 July 2012, Lunéville Castle, France. For the call for papers, see here.

History – memory – myth: Re-presenting the past. Oslo, Norway, 3-6 August 2011.

Close Readings, Critical Syntheses. Turku, Finland,  26-30 May 2010.

Cultures of Violence and Conflict. Brisbane, Australia, 20-23 July 2009. For the call for papers, see here.

Inaugural Conference, Ghent, 27-31 August 2008: Orientations

Varieties of Cultural History, Aberdeen, 5-8 July 2007

At the ‘Varieties of Cultural History’ conference, at the University of Aberdeen, 5-8 July 2007, the Provisional Committee was founded to prepare for the formal launch of the ISCH in Ghent.