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H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-AfrArts: 23 March - 30 March

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Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity 
- Postdoctoral Fellowships & One-year Postdoctoral Writing Grants

CFP: Gendered Practices: 34th Congress of Art History in Beijing (15 – 22 September 2016)

We are seeking proposals for papers for the session on Gendered Practices to be included in the CIHA 34th Congress of Art History in Beijing, China, on September 15 – 22 2016.
Please note that we will welcome proposals for papers focused on African artists and African contexts.
The theme of the symposium (‘Terms: Concepts of Art History’) serves as a starting point for exploring the implications of the terms ‘feminism’, ‘gender’ and ‘queer theory’ for the discipline.