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Public/Private: Navigating the Materiality of Home Economics for ASA 2016 in Denver

Call for Papers
January 8, 2016
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Economic History / Studies, Environmental History / Studies, Literature, Women's & Gender History / Studies

I am proposing a panel that centers on the material realities of the flows, negotiations, and exchanges between the “public” space of political economies/markets and the “private” space of domestic economies/ecologies. Broadly, this panel is focused on the impacts of the exchanges between the two spaces, how they bleed into each other, and ultimately to, in the words of the conference theme, to make “a claim on the way where we are shapes and shakes up the grounding and grounded-ness of the work we imagine, make, perceive, and do.”

Call for Proposals - AASLH/MMA 2016 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers
December 7, 2015
Michigan, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Archival Science, Historic Preservation, Local History, Public History

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) will present its 2016 annual meeting in Detroit, MI, from September 14-17, in partnership with the Michigan Museums Association, and is seeking session proposals for the meeting.

 The Program Committee seeks proposals that:

Revolutions and Wars in the 19th and 20th Century: Research, Politics, Ethic and Militancy in the Human and Social Sciences

Call for Papers
December 20, 2015
Subject Fields: 
Arabic History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Islamic History / Studies, Middle East History / Studies, Research and Methodology

Revolutions and Wars in the 19th  and 20th Century: Research, Politics, Ethic and Militancy in the Human and Social Sciences


Panel per/for


XIII Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Department of Political and Social Sciences - Department of Humanities

University of Catania, Italy / 17-19 March 2016




Francesco Correale, CNRS – UMR 7324 CITERES, Tours

Call for Papers: Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender - Deadline: December 1st, 2015

Call for Papers
December 1, 2015
Subject Fields: 
Literature, Humanities, Sexuality Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

Call for Papers: Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender

A collection of essays to be edited by Ali Chetwynd (University of Michigan), Joanna Freer (University of Exeter), Georgios Maragos (Independent Scholar).

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