Eogan 2022: ​The role of energy archives in present & future energy policies

The 11th EOGAN Conference, the network of energy archives and researchers will take place on the 9th and 10th June 2022, in hybrid form, at the headquarters of Nucleus, the archives of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

EOGAN provides a network for people working to preserve and promote the use of energy- related records across Europe; the annual EOGAN conference is a meeting place for people to share ideas and develop valuable international links across the energy research and archives sectors.

The theme for the 2022 Conference is ‘The role of energy archives in present & future energy policies’. Both papers from history researchers and archivists presenting collections are welcome

The full CFP can be found at this link, or below:

Grant Opportunity from the UK National Archives

Our Content Provider the UK National Archives is running two Q&A sessions about the Records at Risk Fund, run in collaboration with the Archives and Records Association (ARA) and the British Records Association (BRA).  

Organisations can apply for grants of up to £5,000 to save physical and digital records facing immediate peril.

The deadline for applying to the Records at Risk Fund is Friday 28 January 2022; a Q&A session will be run on the 20th January, if interested you can register here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/records-at-risk-fund-qa-tickets-225905849477  

CFP: Special Issue on “Long-run financial stability and moments of crisis in Iberoamerica”

For inspiration, Archives Portal Europe holds several collections on economics in Iberoamerican countries – this is from the Spanish Archivo Histórico Nacional on how to avoid crises in Puerto Rico, when it was still a Spanish colony… http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-1330855/search/0/QUOTE_Crisis+financiera_QUOTE

ODEON (Observatory on Economy and Numerical Operations) is an open-access journal seeking to publish a special issue that deal with long-run financial stability or particular crises episodes in Iberoamerican countries. Articles that deal with Asia, Africa or Oceania will not be considered for this issue but may be included in future issues of the journal. We are looking for papers on one or several of the following topics:

  • Crisis events in the stock, real estate, exchange rate or credit markets, or the banking sector.
  • The determinants of the evolution of financial instability in the financial system or stock, real estate, exchange rate or credit markets.
  • The financial cycle or the joint movement between asset prices and credit aggregates.
  • The dependency of prices of local assets on international long-run trends.
  • Changes in regulation due to heightened financial instability or crises.
  • The link between commodity prices and terms of trade with the behaviour of stock, real estate, exchange rate or credit markets.

The journal ODEON (print ISSN 1794-1113; digital ISSN: 2346-2140) is edited biannually by Universidad Externado de Colombia both in print and digital formats, and includes articles both in Spanish and English.

For more information about the CFP: https://history-of-finance.org/2020/01/27/cfp-special-issue-on-long-run-financial-stability-and-moments-of-crisis-in-iberoamerica-odeon/

Call for Papers: Hydrocarbons and societies: labour, social relations and industrial culture in the 19th and 20th centuries

Tour Coupole, Paris-La Défense (France), 14-15 May 2020

Deadline for submissions: 15 January 2020

 

The Historical Archives of Total are organising an international conference on energy history, and on energy workers in particular. The full CFP is available on the website of Eogan, the network of energy archives, at this link

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DARIAH Annual Event 2020: Scholarly Primitives

Zagreb (Croatia), 26-29 May 2020
Deadline for CFPs: 05 January 2020

DARIAH is a European Research Infrastructure for the Humanities and Arts. Its mission is to empower scholarly communities with digital methods to create, connect and share knowledge about culture and society.

The DARIAH Annual Event offers the DARIAH community and humanities scholars in general the possibility to present results and new ideas, to meet and network. The theme of 2020 is “scholarly primitives”, a notion postulated 20 years ago by John Unsworth, dean of libraries at the University of Virginia, that lists the methodological axioms from which scholarly logic in the humanities, and most importantly digital humanities, can proceed.

The call for paper is open to workshops, papers, posters, and roundtables – all details on DARIAH’s website.

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