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Latest Announcements

Call for Papers - Worlds Fairs & Expositions (PCA)

Call for Papers
October 1, 2015
Washington, United States
Subject Fields: 
Cultural History / Studies, Social Sciences

Call for Papers:World Fairs and Expositions Area

Popular Culture Association Conference

21-25 March 2016, Seattle, United States


World Fairs and Expositions Area, Popular Culture Association (PCA), invites proposals for its 2016 national conference, to be held 21-25 March 2016 in Seattle, Washington. The Area covers all aspects of research on world’s fairs & universal expositions, including theme-specific events such as commemorations, horticultural exhibitions, and biennales.

Funded MA & PhD positions in Participatory Citizen Science, Marine Plastics, and Action-based Research

September 1, 2016
Subject Fields: 
Environmental History / Studies, Research and Methodology

We are looking to recruit two Masters students and one PhD student for an interdisciplinary, STS-driven project on Action Research Methods for the Anthropocene. The aim of this two-year project is to develop methodologies that are appropriate to researching and acting in environments that are affected by permanent pollution. Our main case is marine plastics, a largely invisible but permanent pollution problem emblematic of the Anthropocene.

CfP for edited collection on Financial Times: Economic Temporalities in US Culture

Call for Publications
July 31, 2015
Subject Fields: 
Economic History / Studies, American History / Studies

We live in financial times. Since the financial crisis of 2007/08, banking practices, the gyrations of the financial markets, and private as well as state indebtedness have dominated our political, economic, and social debates. As various scholars have noted, financial activity produces present profits out of the management and the exploitation of the uncertainty of the future.