The International Society for Cultural History (ISCH) is delighted to announce that the ISCH Annual Conference 2014 will be held at Monash South Africa, Ruimsig Johannesburg (24 – 27 November 2014).
Monash South Africa is a campus of Monash University Australia and reflects the international footprint of Monash University on the African continent. The campus is situated on a 100 hectare site in Ruimsig, northwest of Johannesburg. Monash South Africa aims to play a part in helping the region meet its diverse, economic and educational needs and as part of the Monash University network, Monash South Africa is committed to quality in the three core functions of teaching, learning, research and community engagement that Monash University is well known for.
Monash South Africa offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees within four schools – the School of Social Sciences, the School of Business and Economics, the School of Information Technology and the School of Health Sciences – as well as a Foundation Program, suited to students seeking a different path into university study.
This ISCH Annual Conference in Johannesburg (24 – 27 November 2014) seeks to bring together researchers from the many fields within cultural history to deliver explorations, and develop methodological approaches of a wider range of objects and topics; above all but not exclusively in regard to “Cultures of Damaged Societies: from Post-Conflict Resolution to Intercultural Dialogue”.
Applications must be received by 28 February 2014 for consideration by the Abstract Review Committee.
Please refer to Laurence Shee at firstname.lastname@example.org for submissions or guidelines.
More information and details will follow in due time on this site.
To download the ISCH 2014 Call for Papers – Click here.