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Postdoc opportunity: Deindustrialization, Gender, and Family at the University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow seeks a postdoctoral researcher to join the Gender and Family strand of the project ‘Deindustrialization and the Politics of our Time’ (DéPOT), funded by the Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council. The successful candidate will work with Dr. Jackie Clarke and an international team of researchers and project partners.
The Politics of Industrial Closure Conference: Preliminary program and info package
The info package and preliminary program for DePOT’s 2023 conference is now available! You can read it here. Registration for the conference is also open on Eventbrite. If you have […]
Call for Papers: The Politics of Deindustrialization | Appel aux communications: La politique de la fermeture industrielle
Read the call for papers for our 2023 conference in Sydney, Nova Scotia. | Lisez l’appel à communications pour notre conférence de 2023 à Sydney, en Nouvelle-Écosse.
Slag Banks and Acts of Erasure
Clara Casian reflects on the traces left by the steel industry on Barrows Island’s landscape.
Call for Proposals – Towards the Global Study of Deindustrialization and Economic Restructuring: The Case of India
Prof. Steven High and Dr. Indranil Chakraborty are looking for submissions of proposals for contribution to their new project on deindustrialization in India. 350-word chapter proposals should be sent to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by October 30, 2022.
Final Program for Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies Conference
The final program for the Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies conference this August 17-20 is now available! The program includes key information on our upcoming international conference, including schedules for public roundtables, regional industrial heritage tours, and a two-day academic conference.
Preliminary Program & Registration for Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies Conference now available
The preliminary program for DePOT’s Transnationalizing Deindustrialization Studies conference is now available. The inter-disciplinary conference will be taking place in the Ruhr in Germany from August 18-20.
Funded PhD scholarship at Swansea University
The Department of History, Heritage and Classics at Swansea University has just announced a fully-funded 3-year PhD fellowship for an incoming UK-based student studying deindustrialization. Click through for more information.
COHDS Inventory Series: UK Oral History Archives
We’ve just finished laying out the first of our published research reports! This one is an inventory of oral history interview archives located in the UK, put together by student affiliate James Ferns.