The Digital Humanities online magazine, The Digital Orientalist, is seeking to expand for the next academic year (September 2019-June 2020) and is, therefore, eagerly searching for several new editors and contributors. Ideally, candidates should be engaged in research pertaining to one of the following regions (although those with expertise in other areas will also be considered):
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Housing Regimes – New Approaches to a State-Citizen-Relation
The Center for Cryptologic History's 17th biennial Symposium on Cryptologic History will take place October 17-18, 2019 at the Kossiakoff Center on the campus of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD. Since 1990, the Symposium has served as an opportunity to present historical discoveries found in unclassified and declassified Intelligence Community records and engage in scholarly discussion about their significance to cryptologic history. The 2019 Symposium programs offers over 20 educational sessions led by over 65 speakers.
We are pleased to share details of the newly-published special issue of Transmotion on "Native American Narratives in a Global Context". Guest edited by Eman Ghanayem and Rebecca Macklin, it features a truly interdisciplinary array of articles, creative pieces and reviews. It's all open access - please do take a look!
Transmotion: Vol 5 No 1 (2019)
Guest edited by Eman Ghanayem and Rebecca Macklin