Seeking authors, especially American Indian ones, or specialists in indigenous history, Latin American history, all the subject areas listed in the announcement, and additional ones in certain subject areas as well, for a forthcoming collection of alternate history FICTION stories.
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I International Meeting on States of Exception and State Terrorism Studies
Journal Ler Historia (a leading Portuguese journal in the disciplinary field of History, now ranked Q2 in SJR Index) is deeply committed to increase the number of articles on the history of Africa (all time periods). Our goal is to publish at least 4 such articles per year. Priority will be given to the history of Portuguese-speaking countries or to theoretical and methodological contributions.
Disability Human Rights Law is an emerging field that this Special Issue will help to shape. It is an amalgamation of human rights law, disability studies, and disability rights law. It views rights in novel way, opening a new line of scholarly inquiry. It sees rights as they apply to the individual, with regard to the individual’s particular abilities, needs, and circumstances.
Re-Imaging Iranian African Slavery: Photography as material culture