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The historical profession, like many academic disciplines, finds itself at a crossroads in training its future practitioners. The intellectual revolutions of the 21st century and transformations in higher education have changed how historians practice their craft as well as career opportunities available to them. How should graduate history education adapt to these developments? Some argue the answer is training for non-academic as well as academic careers.
Rubén Darío y la modernidad en América Latina.
Transitoriedad, comodificación, colonialidad
This is a CFP for a panel at the 2016 NeMLA Conference in Hartford, CT (March 17-20).
Proposals now being accepted for the Fitness, Exercise, and Physical Culture area for the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference. Info about the area can be found here: http://pcaaca.org/fitness-exercise-physical-culture/
Specifically seeking proposals from scholars working on yoga, fitness trends, and portable technology.