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Call For Papers for Postcolonial Interventions Vol. VIII, Issue 2, June 2023
Postcolonial Interventions (ISSN 2455-6564)
CFP: Petro-Logic/Machine Intimacy: Symposium
Symposium: Petro-Logic/Machine Intimacy
Methodist Studies Seminar (in person and online)
Methodist Studies Seminars provide an opportunity for established and emerging scholars of Methodist Studies to present the findings of their research. We conceive of Methodist Studies broadly and aim to provide opportunities for students of history, theology, literature, art, material culture and other fields related to Methodism.
Call for Book Chapters: "Elearning and the Transformation of Education Post COVID-19"
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals for an edited collection on “Elearning and the Transformation of Education Post COVID-19 ICERI2022, November 7 to 9, was one of the first “masks out” and truly international events about research on the technology of education after the pandemic. As such, many of the communications registered changes that were triggered or magnified by the confinement of students and teachers during the pandemic’s peak period of 2020-21.
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