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American Romanticism: Conflicts, Resistance, and Reform (Panel)
Aspasia, an international, peer-reviewed annual of women’s and gender history of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE) published by Berghahn Journals, invites applications for a new senior editor or team of co-editors. Founded in 2007, Aspasia was created to help move the European history of women and gender beyond the Western European perspective. For over a decade, the journal has been dedicated to furthering historical research on women and gender in CESEE.
Stony Brook University's
Center for the Study of Inequality, Social Justice and Policy
2018 - 2019 Academic Year
Call for Papers:
In/Justice in Higher Ed and at Home
Although the term “documentary” with respect to film was not coined until 1926 by John Grierson, precursors to this genre have existed for ethnographic purposes from the late-nineteenth century. Defined by Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary as “a presentation (such as a film or novel) expressing or dealing with factual events: a documentary presentation,” this cinematographic form, even from its very inception, has been grappling with the hybrid version, docu-fiction.