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HEC Events, Vacancies and Call for Papers

About the Events, Vacancies and Calls for Papers webpage and mailing list

The History Department informs its members and alumni about calls for paper, vacancies and events through a dedicated webpage and a mailing list circulated throughout the academic year.

The HEC Calls for Papers, Vacancies, Events webpage is a dynamic list that is updated weekly. You can adjust the width of the columns, order the items by date of submission or date of the event, and filter by item type.
From your mobile, the optimal visualisation is “Gallery” which you can select from the “All items” button on the top right corner.

The list of the main sources is on the bottom of this webpage, but if you’d like to propose a new item, please fill in this form. The submission will be reviewed and, if approved, the details will automatically populate the list. 

We aim at sending an email reminder on Friday every two weeks through the DL_HEC_CFA_CFP mailing list. Please note that this service is managed by one person only and occasional delays are possible.

This service is managed through Microsoft Lists, Microsoft Forms, and Power Automate.

Privacy notice for DL_HEC_CFA_CFP mailing list

The sender’s name is Federica Signoriello on behalf of CFA-CFP-HEC Mail Account. 

By subscribing to the DL_HEC_CFA_CFP mailing list your personal data (email address, name) may be used by the list owner to manage your membership, as well as send emails with relevant news and events. 

Alumni need to opt in to be re-added to the list once they have left the EUI with their @eui.eu email.

You can change your mind at any time by emailing [email protected] with the subject header 'Unsubscribe from DL_HEC_CFA_CFP mailing list'. 

Main sources

Please note that announcements from websites such as jobs.ac.uk or Academic Positions, allowing to set up personalised job alerts, will not be included. 

Please email [email protected] with any query.

 

 

Page last updated on 22 April 2022

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