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The 11th International CMS Conference: “Precarious Presents, Open Futures”
The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, UK
27th - 29th June 2019
Call for Papers Stream 17
Problematising the Recolonization of Decolonial Scholar-Activism: Whiteness, Neoliberalization and the Threat of Co-optation within the New Spirit of Liberal Openness
CALL FOR PAPERS
Since 1932, New York History (issn 0146-437x) has served as the foremost scholarly journal on the state’s past. New York History, now being published by Cornell University Press working closely with staff from the New York State Museum and eminent scholars, seeks to unify the diverse field of New York State history and meet the needs of a growing historical community that includes academic historians, public historians, museum professionals, local government historians, and those seeking an in-depth look at the Empire State’s history.