Circulations: from local to global
Mobility is a key problem in Economic and Social History. Regardless of the period under analysis, people circulate, carrying with them commodities, capital, ideas, languages, traditions. They circulate to survive, to trade, to explore, to conquer, to migrate, and also for leisure. These constant circulations are at the origin of many interactions, impacts, conflicts, changes and resistances, as well as many social, economic, institutional and cultural transformations. In an increasingly interconnected world, these processes can be analyzed under several perspectives and in various scales, going from the local to the global. We invite scholars, from any nationality, who wish to contribute to this topic to submit their panel or paper proposals. Proposals on any other topic in Economic and Social History are also welcome.
Submission of proposals
Individual proposals must include: 4 keywords, abstract (max. 400 words) including the topic, objectives, theoretical approach and empirical foundation; and a brief biographical note (max. 200 words). Paper proposals must be submitted through this form: https://goo.gl/forms/dE1j3q1TPcervjLg2
Panel proposals must include three participants and the name and brief biographical note of the organizer (max. 200 words), as well as the title and abstract of the panel (max. 400 words). They must also include for each paper and each participant: 4 keywords, an abstract (max. 400 words) including the topic, objectives, theoretical approach and empirical foundation; and a brief biographical note (max. 200 words). Panel proposals must be submitted through this form: https://goo.gl/forms/CEn4DHXRnLVcxMFv2
In case the same author submits different individual proposals, only one will be accepted. The author of an accepted individual proposal can have another proposal accepted only in the situation where she/he is a co-author of the second proposal.
Participation in the 39th Meeting of APHES is reserved to members with their 2019’s membership fee up-to-date (30€ normal/15€ student). Accepted participants that are not members of APHES will have to become members and pay the 2019 membership fee. They may do so upon registration.