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A joint organizing committee of Stanford University and UC Berkeley faculty announces the Fourth Annual Stanford-Berkeley Graduate Student Conference on Premodern Chinese Humanities, to be held on Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22, 2017, at UC Berkeley. This national meeting of graduate students specializing in premodern Chinese studies aims to bring together young scholars from geographically distant institutions to present and discuss innovative research on China.
About the Journal OMNES, meaning “everyone” in Latin, is a peer-reviewed biannual publication. We welcome manuscripts that deal with themes concerning the global movement of people, human security related to migration, multicultural or multiracial society, cultural diversity, refugees, social integration, nationalism, culture, identity, civil rights and other relevant topics. We are seeking an interdisciplinary approach in the area of politics, economy, society, culture, language, literature, art, philosophy, and history.
Please find below a CFP for a proposed panel at the African Literature Association conference 2017 to be held at Yale University June 14-17. I am a graduate student at UConn looking to put together a panel to submit to the conference. Please submit your paper title and abstract (200-300 words) by November 10, 2016 to Alexander Dawson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Refugee in African Literature
Keynote: Professor Jay Winter, Yale University
A 1-day Symposium to be held in the Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict at the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom on Saturday 18th March 2017