The Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, the flagship journal of the International Academy of Social Sciences, is calling for papers for its July issue. JAPSS is published in the United States and it is indexed by EBSCO and other prestigious databases. The Journal is published both in print and electronically. For more information please visit our website.www.japss.org
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The journal Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Studia Territorialia invites authors to submit articles for its 2017 special issue entitled “Statesmen, Bosses, or Entrepreneurs? Problems of Political Leadership.”
Call for Papers
Hipster Culture: A Reader
Eds. Heike Steinhoff and Eric C. Erbacher
HISTORICIZING VIOLENCE: THE CONTESTED HISTORIES OF PRESENT DAY CONFLICTS, 22-24 NOVEMBER 2017
A multidisciplinary conference convened by the Centre for the History of Violence at the University of Newcastle, Australia and held at the Rome Global Gateway, University of Notre Dame, Rome
Call for Papers: The Journal of Working-Class Studies
Special Issue, December 2017: The Poverty of Academia: Exploring the (Intersectional) Realities of Working Class Academics