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|Announcement Type||Title||Subject Fields||Deadline Date|
|Call for Publications||CFP for edited collection on Women in Prison||Women's & Gender History / Studies, Human Rights, Government and Public Service||October 15, 2015|
|Call for Papers||CFP: Innovative Approaches to Second Language Reading (NeMLA, March 17-20, 2016, Hartford, CT)||Cultural History / Studies, Communication, Literature, Linguistics, Languages||September 30, 2015|
|Call for Papers||2016 Ohio Academy of History Annual Meeting and Conference||World History / Studies, Public History, Cultural History / Studies, Historic Preservation||November 15, 2015|
|Call for Papers||"Human Rights, Violence and Dictatorship" International Interdisciplinary Conference||Human Rights, Psychology, Sociology, Law and Legal History||
December 3, 2015 to December 4, 2015
|Call for Papers||Alabama Historical Association 2016 annual meeting||American History / Studies, African American History / Studies||
April 12, 2016 to April 14, 2016
In the decades following the Second World War, the American family assumed an unprecedented cultural and political importance in the life of the nation. Happy families were everywhere: beaming enthusiastically from magazine advertisements and indulging in wholesome hijinks on ubiquitous post-war sitcoms.
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2018
Student Anthropologist is the flagship peer-reviewed journal of the National Association of Student Anthropologists, the largest organization of student anthropologists in the world. It is an annual digital publication. We encourage students from all levels and disciplines to contribute to the journal.
Patriots often express pride in national literature, claiming great works of art, or great novelists, as national icons. Literary figures may also imagine themselves promoting or embodying a national tradition. Whether novelists proclaim themselves national or are so proclaimed by others, however, the nation always has some boundary: as Benedict Anderson memorably put it, the nation is “inherently limited.” Even literatures whose boundaries are defined by a national language may have fuzzy boundaries, since the relationship of the national language to “dialectal” literature may be unclear.