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Call for chapters for an edited volume on: Identities on the Move: Exile, Migration, Diaspora and Representation

Call for chapters for an edited volume on:  Identities on the Move: Exile, Migration, Diaspora and Representation  

Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX), University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

Deadline: Abstract and Bio note (31 March) Chapter (30 June 2020). 

CfP – New edited collection on LGBTQI+ displacement in and from East Africa

CALL FOR CHAPTERS – New edited collection on LGBTQI+ displacement in and from East Africa

Since the early 1990s, political, social and economic instability in East Africa,1  including long-running conflicts in Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and Burundi, has produced high rates of displacement. Movement within and from the region has led to substantial refugee populations being housed in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, as well as a large diaspora of East Africans scattered across the globe.

Job: Japanese Language Instructor

Job Posting Title:
Japanese Language Instructor

Position Type:
Summer Temporary

Work Location:
Texas State Museum of Asian Cultures & Education Center
1809 N. Chaparral St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

The Texas State Museum of Asian Cultures & Education Center is hiring instructors for Summer Intensive Japanese Classes and Teacher Training for Summer 2022 from June 1 to June 30, and potentially until July 30th depending on student demand.

Monthly compensation will be $2500.

Virtual Panel & Discussion - Global Displays of Islamic Art Today: Agency, Identity, and Politics (Sponsored by IAMCC) - February 12

Global Displays of Islamic Art Today: Agency, Identity, and Politics
Virtual Panel & Discussion sponsored by the Islamic Art and Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC), Toronto

Date: Saturday, February 12, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST, Toronto)

Register for free here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/global-displays-of-islamic-art-today-agency-identity-and-politics-tickets-247387612007 

February 2022 issue o East European Politics and Societies

The February issue of EEPS is already online and soon in print. Articles on Polish politics by Stanley Bill, by Katarzyna Szarzec, Bartosz Totleben and Dawid Piątek, and by Michiel de Vries and Iwona Sobis; a special section on politics of history guest-edited by Félix Krawatzek and George Soroka, with artilces on Polish matters by Nikolay Koposov and George Soroka.

 

CFP: Graduate Student Paper Prize in Louisiana History (deadline extended)

The Hugh F. Rankin Prize for Best Unpublished Essay by a Graduate Student
Louisiana Historical Association

The Hugh F. Rankin Prize is awarded each year to the graduate student in history who submits the best unpublished article-length essay in Louisiana history or a related topic.

Book Launch: "Galizien als Archiv" by M. Baran-Szołtys & "Nationale Wissenschaft zwischen zwei Imperien" by M. Rohde (Wiener Galizien Studien) on January 31, 2022, 18.00, via Zoom.

 

Magdalena Baran-Szołtys (Vienna) and Martin Rohde (Halle/Saale) present their books!
In conversation with Christoph Augustynowicz, Kerstin S. Jobst, Yvonne Kleinmann, Kurt Scharr, Alois Woldan and of course you.

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