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Museums, like all other social institutions, reflect the tensions and contradictions of their times. The Museum and Exhibition Studies (MUSE) Graduate Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago proposes that these museum problems are deeply seeded in the field and its professions. It's likely that their remedies will require some equally deep--radical--change and reimagining. Responding to the urgencies of the moment and recognizing the need to transform museums and our cultural work within their spaces, MUSE offers this new journal.
Call for Papers for Edited Book on African American Studies
A discussion site, Entrepreneurial Literary Scholar, has been set up to debate the proposition: All literary research is or should be undertaken to generate profits for some enterprising organization, such as corporate or governmental bodies. Postings can be seen latest-first on the Homepage, and followed in sequence through the Index.
Human mobility and migration is not a recent phenomenon rather it is one of the survival strategies adopted since the dawn of human civilization. Migration is the most important and natural phenomena leading to human progress and development. The International Migration Report (2015) brought out by UNDP underscores the importance of migration and development linkages.
Call for Papers
Workshopping Approaches to Race, Racism, and Racialization in Ethnographic Examinations of China-Africa and South-South Encounters
January 13, 2017
New York University
CFP: Second Biennial EAAS Women’s Network Symposium
Transnational Feminism and/in American Studies
University of Lausanne
March 31–April 1, 2017
Religion: Bridging Gaps and Breaking Paths
Contemporary approaches towards discourses of religion and knowledge production in transdisciplinary perspective
International Conference of the Doctoral Program Religion – Knowledge – Discourse at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2nd – 4th of February 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS