Call for papers: Arabian Humanities Thematic Issue No. 15 (Spring 2021)
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During World War II, London was the undisputed global capital of intelligence and diplomacy. It housed not only several British secret services but also the Headquarters of analogous Polish, Free French, Dutch, Norwegian and Czechoslovakian organisations. It was here that the infamous "Cambridge Five" operated. Not so far away, Bletchley Park operated, becoming a model for SIGINT operations. Finally, it was here, in the discussions of politicians, diplomats and spies from all over Europe, that the idea of European integration and the European defence community, the future NATO, was born.
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is pleased to announce a general call for papers for Volume 15. In this call for papers, IJIH is inviting manuscript submissions from academic and community-based researchers and practitioners or submissions from Indigenous community members in the field of Indigenous health.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Journal of Comparative Family Studies
Re: Extended Deadline 24 April: Words, Music and Marginalisation, University of St Andrews, 1-3 September 2020
Many thanks to those of you who have already sent abstracts through for our conference Words, Music and Marginalisation with the WMA Forum in St Andrews in September 2020.
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