Every year, the ISIH supports a selection of events, designed by ECRs, for ECRs. We are accepting expressions of interest from early career researchers who would like to organise an online event for ECRs with ISIH on a rolling basis.
Possible formats include but are not limited to workshops and seminar series, with a topic that would engage intellectual historians from a broad range of backgrounds. ISIH provides practical support and a platform where ECRs can meet with senior scholars as well as each other to discuss work-in-progress in a constructive atmosphere.
Interested parties (which could be teams as well as individuals) are invited to contact the ISIH Early Career Representative Elias Buchetmann at email@example.com and the Communications Director Michelle Pfeffer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past events include Coerced Labour in the Early Modern World (1500-1800): Definitions, Justifications and Resistances, organised by Giovanni Lista; New Work in Intellectual History: A Project Development Workshop Series, organised by Shiru Lim; Women in Intellectual History, organised by Elias Buchetmann; and Autocracy, Revolution, and Republicanism (1789-1945), organised by Ariane Viktoria Fichtl and Carlos Perez-Crespo.
ECR Seminar Series: Women in Intellectual History
The programme for the third instalment of this series is now available online. Visit the seminar page for more details.