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CfP - Special issue of the Journal of Festive Studies on "The Materiality of Festivity"

In previous issues, the Journal of Festive Studies explored the emerging academic sub-field of festive studies (broadly defined) and the politics of carnival. For this issue, we follow Peter-Paul Verbeek’s advice and look at “the things themselves,” i.e. at the material culture in which carnivals and other festivities are rooted (Verbeek, 2005).

CfP: International Workshop on The Politics of Family Secrecy

THE POLITICS OF FAMILY SECRECY 
 
International Workshop at University of Copenhagen, April 23 – 24, 2020 
 
Call for Papers
 
Illegitimate children, adoption, queer sexuality, mental illness, incest, family violence, treason, venereal disease, drug addiction, alcoholism, suicide… Every family has a skeleton in the closet or so the saying goes.

Richard Gillespie Mediterranean Prize for best research article

Mediterranean Politics is pleased to announce the launch of the Richard Gillespie Mediterranean Prize for the best research article on the contemporary social and political dynamics of the Mediterranean region published in the Journal by an early career researcher, including doctoral students or early career scholars (2 years maximum after PhD).  Deadline for submissions is on or before December 31, 2019.  Please see the link below for more details.

CfP (Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association): Old wine, new bottles? The transforming discipline of intelligence collection

Dear all,

As you will receive an H-Intel message from me too, now and then (Constant Hijzen at Leiden University, the Netherlands), I am happy to forward you the call for papers for the conference below.

All the best,

Constant

 

NISA – Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association
International conference, 21 November 2019, The Hague (the Netherlands)
Old wine, new bottles? The transforming discipline of intelligence collection

Preliminary List of Submissions for Old Georgetown Board Meeting of July 3, 2019

Greetings: The preliminary list of submissions in the Georgetown Historic District received that may be considered at the next meeting of the Old Georgetown Board, U.S. Commission of Fine Arts on July 3, 2019 may be found at the following web page: http://planning.dc.gov/node/1127097  .

EVENT - “Equitable Development and Eminent Domain: From the Freeway Fight to Beltway Expansion”

Join us tomorrow (Wednesday), June 19th, at 6pm at Busboys And Poets (Brookland) for a panel discussion in conjunction with the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum’s “A Right to the City” exhibition — the event is “Equitable Development and Eminent Domain: From the Freeway Fight to Beltway Expansion”

Book Fellowship for First-Time Authors in Legal History

The American Society for Legal History announces a funded fellowship to help first-time authors whose work involves legal history navigate the book publishing process. The deadline is June 30.  Please see the following website for details: https://aslh.net/award/wallace-johnson-first-book-program/

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