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Call for papers
Scattered Musics : ethnic, racial, gender and regional reconfigurations through music performances
We are happy to announce the latest issue of Social Dynamics: a journal of African Studies, which includes 3 contributions on matters of media, 3 articles that bring questions of psychology and subjectivity to the fore, as well as pieces on philosophy, law and literature. He also have two essays on Steven Friedman’s recent book on Harold Wolpe and three further book reviews.
Social Dynamics: a journal of African Studies Vol 41, no. 3, 2015
The place of South African philosophy in the future of South African philosophy
CfP: International solidarity movements in the Low Countries during the long twentieth century. New perspectives and themes.
The Asia Research Institute (ARI) of the National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications from graduate students currently enrolled in a fulltime Master’s or PhD programs at a university in the United States for consideration for the award of Asian Graduate Student Fellowship. These fellowships are made possible under the auspices of the Luce Foundation and are meant for Humanities or Social Sciences graduate students working on Southeast Asian topics. The fellowship will allow the recipient to be based at NUS for an ‘in residence fellowship’ for a period of eight (8) weeks.