Call for Submissions: Teaching Lower Division History Courses
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Facing Precarity: Envisioning Careers in 2020 and Beyond
Brown University Webinar Series: Asian Studies (and beyond) for the Pandemic Age
During the summer of 2018, two public acts of love demonstrated the politics and gendered nature of enacting love and care by and for people of color. On July 4, 2018, in protest of the federal government policy separating immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border, activist and immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Therese Patricia Okoumou, climbed the Statue of Liberty The symbolic nature of Okoumou’s protest to climb the Statue of Liberty highlighted that, in Okoumou’s words, instead of welcoming them “what we showed them is cages.
Covid-19, internal boundaries and regional governance
The Biodesign Working Group, a partnership of Cumulus Association and Biodesign Challenge, welcomes paper submissions that explore the emerging field of biodesign. Papers will be published in both the Cumulus Conference Proceedings and in Biodesigned, the bimonthly online magazine published by Biodesign Challenge. This Call for papers is the inaugural program of the Biodesign Working Group, which will be hosting meetings and discussions at future Cumulus conferences (both online and in person).
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