CFP for the Museum of the Albemarle's Underground Railroad symposium in October 2017.
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CFP: #CinemaIsDead – New Ways of Showing, Watching and Telling.
The 3rd International Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media Conference University College Cork, Cork, Ireland
18–19 May 2017
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 2 December 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
“Thirty-five years of silent cinema is gone, no one looks at it anymore. This will happen to the rest of Cinema. Cinema is dead.” (Greenway, 2007)
CALL FOR PAPERS
On behalf of the program committee for the 2017 Conference of the Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) at Willamette University, we invite college and university faculty, K-12 teachers, independent scholars, and graduate and undergraduate students with an interest in Asian or Asian diaspora studies to submit proposals for organized panels, roundtable discussions, individual papers or poster presentations on historical or contemporary topics in the humanities, arts, social sciences, education, health, law, business, environmental sciences or other allied disciplines related to East, So
The Manhattan Project was, arguably, the defining event of the twentieth century. More even than the Second World War itself, the Manhattan Project and its Cold War legacy altered the course of world history. For decades shrouded in secrecy and nourished by fear, we are only now—some seventy-five years on—beginning to understand the full effects of that event and its complex aftermath.
"Jewish Sports Heritage," the quarterly journal devoted to the subject of the Jewish experience in sports, is looking for essays, insightful commentaries or critical analyses on the subject of 'The Jewish Experience in Sports," for the Winter, 2017, issue of the journal.
How do the concepts and methods of global history illuminate, enrich and complicate legal history scholarship? What are the global processes, concepts and problems that might be illuminated through a legal archive? How does the study of legal cases shed light on cultural, economic and political interactions between societies and nations?