15.-20. Juli 2018

17th International Conference of Historical Geographers

Ort: Warschau


Session: “Altered Trajectories: Socio-economic Impacts and Landscape Changes due to Severe Winters in Historical Times

This panel aims to explore rapid and short-term socio-environmental consequences as well as long-term changes induced by adverse effects of these extreme cold events (evidence of declining impact or increasing adaptability of societies).


Session: “Ecological revolutions, settlement, population and economy in preindustrial world”

The aim of this session is to present the latest findings in the studies on relations between environment change and socio-economic change in various historical periods, especially the preindustrial era.


Conference Website: http://ichg2018.uw.edu.pl

6.-8. September 2018

"A Maritime Market: Jewish Enterprises and Grain Trade in Early Modern Europe" (Panel)

22nd Annual Congress of European Business History Association

Ort: Ancona, Italy

Organisers: Luca Andreoni (Independent scholar), Luca Mocarelli (Università degli Studi di Milano “Bicocca”), Giulio Ongaro (Università degli Studi di Milano “Bicocca”)

CFP: 10. Dezember 2017

25.-28. September 2018

52. Historikertag 2018 in Münster
Ort: Münster
Veranstalter: VDH

29. August – 1. September 2018

“Feeding the city: comparative histories of urban agriculture”

European Association of Urban History Conference 2018

Veranstalter: Clare Griffiths (Cardiff University, School of History, Archaeology and Religion) and Tim Soens (Centre for Urban History, Department of History, University of Antwerp)

Ort: Rome, Italy

Agriculture appears more commonly as a theme within rural, rather than urban history. Yet food production was a feature of many urban settings in the past – and has recently returned to prominence with movements to encourage urban beekeeping, guerilla gardening, roof gardens and community allotments.

On the conference: https://eauh2018.ccmgs.it/

12.-15. Mai 2019

Economic inequality in pre-industrial societies: causes and effects.

51st Study Week (Settimana) of the Fondazione Datini (Prato, Italy)

Veranstalter:Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Prato, Italy

Ort: Prato, Italy

CFP bis 15.10.2017

The study week consists of four components: I. Sources and methods, II. Causes of economic inequality, III. Effects of economic inequality on the economy, IV. Effects of economic inequality on society.

Kompletter CFP: RHN 128 (2017).




10.-13. September 2019

Rural History 2019

4th conference of the European Rural History Organisation (EURHO)

Veranstalter: European Rural History Organisation

Ort: Paris

Call for Panels: bis 15.10.2018

See conference website: http://ruralhistory2019.ehess.fr.