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Big Data on Human and Social Sciences – History, issues and challenges
Call for papers
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue: Boundaries, Flows, and the Construction of Muslim Selves through Architecture
Thematic volume planned for June 2019
Proposal submission deadline: October 30, 2017
For 152 years, H.G. Wells has been part of our literary cannon in science fiction, criticism and utopian projections. Fiction writers have the latitude to focus on current issues of theri time, often in the guise of fictional places and/or unusual characters. H.F. Wells did exactly that in his science fiction as well as his fiction stories.
August Wilson was a man of vision. While Wilson was committed to portraying the "richness and resilience of the twentieth-century black American life through the medium of drama" (Shannon and Richards. 2016. Approaches to Teaching the Plays of August Wilson), he also set the stage for all Americans to examine their purpose and place in society.