We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar “Beyond the Racial State: New Perspectives on Race in Nazi Germany” at the 43rd German Studies Association Conference in Portland, Oregon, October 3-6, 2019.
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EJOLLS: Ekpoma Journal of Languages and Literary Studies
I'm hoping to put together a panel for the 2020 AHA (submission deadline 2/15/19). My project examines the evolving racial attitudes of white Union soldiers during the American Civil War. This panel could take many directions. If interested, please contact me ASAP in order to construct the proposal before the 2/15/19 submission deadline.
• Uoldelul Chelati Dirar (University of Macerata)
This panel seeks to investigate African experiences of territorial mobility connecting education, professional skills and social mobility. Social mobility through migration is suggested as a crucial step to understand the struggle for citizenship and the formation of modern African elites.
I am seeking participants on a panel focused around the topic of Religion, American Politics, and (In)equality in the 20th century. My own presentation would focus on on Jerry Falwell, Sr.