MLA Special Session: Papers trace economic wealth, poverty, and reparation across particular colonial histories through literary texts, historical documentation, and other forms of cultural production. These are ethical readings touching the violence of capital across the _longue durée_ of modernity. Geographies under consideration include any part of the world impacted by European imperialism during the modern era. Organized by Aparajita De of UDC and Maureen Fadem of CUNY.
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Since 1965, the Organization of Educational Historians, formerly the Midwest History of Education Society, has brought together a wide range of scholars to examine the history of education through a broad framing of perspectives and possibilities.
Ars Orientalis, a peer-reviewed annual journal published jointly by the Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian and the History of Art Department of the University of Michigan, is seeking proposals for the 2018 volume.
I am still looking for panel participants for a panel at ASEEES this fall on ersatz public spheres in the Soviet Union and/or Eastern Bloc, that is, arenas in which people could discuss/debate issues of general concern in the absence of a more traditionally understood public sphere/obshchestvennost'. My own paper will be on jazz music and culture under Stalin as a place where different groups could discuss and debate what it meant to be Soviet. Please let me know of your interest by Saturday so that the necessary materials can be submitted by next Monday.