Call for Participation: Reparation for Afrikan Enslavement - Beyond National Boundaries, Toward International Solidarities

We are reissuing the following call for participation, which provides additional information about the choice of Birmingham as a symbolic location for this event. A reminder that the deadline for expressions of interest is Friday 22 December 2017


Call for Participation


Reparation for Afrikan Enslavement

Beyond National Boundaries, Toward International Solidarities


Invitation to apply for Publishing Workshop in Kampala, Uganda, 4-8 July 2017

PROSPA Publishing Workshop: Call for Participation

The Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts at Makerere University, Uganda and the Arts of Africa and the Global South research programme at Rhodes University, South Africa will host a five day publishing workshop in Kampala, Uganda from 4 to 8 July, 2017.

Call for Participants: Feedback for New Producers

Hi folks,

A while back, someone on this network pitched the idea of pairing up new and experienced producers to generate feedback on early episodes of a podcast. If anyone is working on a new series or looking to get feedback on their show or if anyone has some experience with podcasting or is even just an avid listener who would be willing to give feedback, please let us know!

To participate, send a note to, and the H-Podcast editors will play matchmakers.

Call for Participation: Visual Culture Papers and Panels at the 2017 American Studies Association Meeting in Chicago

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Call for Papers
November 9, 2017 to November 12, 2017

Re: digital project on 1968

Please include the Summer in the Parks program of the National Park Service which was created by my late husband, Theodore R. (Tedd) McCann. It was a series of arts and cultural activities in the parks throughout DC to help with calming the city after the riots.
Loretta Neumann

digital project on 1968

I am curating a digital project on 1968 in commemoration of the upcoming 50th anniversary.  The purpose of the project is to move beyond the hyperfocus on "the riots" and to amplify the full range of individuals, organizations, events and ideas that made 1968 such a momentous year in DC.


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