Anyone wishing to review the 2018 Dak’art Biennial for the journal African Arts, or any other current exhibitions on historical and contemporary art in Europe or Africa, is requested to contact Dunja Hersak, the overseas Exhibition Reviews Editor ( email@example.com ). The views of established scholars as well as doctoral candidates are encouraged.
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the field of Asian bilateral and multilateral integration is ever increasing, and so is the academic output in the field.
The Equine History Collective, EquineHistory.org, promotes the horse as a lens for trans-regional history, and serves as an interface for related historical research in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. We are seeking reviewers for books (run on Sundays) and sources (run on Saturdays). The themes for upcoming months are: Racing (December), Ancient (January), and Breeding (February). Proposals for other topics are also welcome, and will run in later months.
Olympika, The International Journal of Olympic Studies invites graduate students to write journal article reviews for Olympika’s up coming issue. This is a great opportunity to earn a published writing credit through a brief review of a recently published journal article related to the Olympics. Please visit www.uwo.ca/olympic/publications/journal_review_instructions.html for more information.
Several new books have come into H-Buddhism recently on Tibet, and I'm looking for people willing to review them. I'm particularly interested in finding someone to review a book in French. Please contact me offline (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you're interested, and I'll add you to my list and inform you of future titles.