The Historical Materials Committee of the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)’s History Section is soliciting nominations for the committee’s annual Best Historical Materials list. The list consists of the best print and online historical bibliographies, indexes, and reference products and created, published, or significantly updated within the past two calendar years (the 2019 list will consider titles published or significantly revised in 2017 and 2018).
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Discursive Practices and the Role of Ideology: Discourse Studies Meets Critical Theory
In Discourse Studies, discourse is usually understood as the use of texts in various sorts ofcontexts (situational, historical, structural, institutional).
Early Career Researcher Prize
The International Association for Visual Culture and the Journal of Visual Culture invite submissions for their Early Career Researcher Prize. Current doctoral students and recent PhDs (within 5 years of degree) may submit original, unpublished essays on any topic related to visual culture. The selected essay will be considered for publication in JVC, pending revisions advised by the committee and the journal’s editorial team.
Call for Papers
Women, Peace and Security Conference
Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
April 23-25, 2020