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New Books in ANZAU Studies
Language in Times of War and Conflict
An Interdisciplinary Symposium to be held at the Australian National University, 13-14 November 2017
Presented by School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
CALL FOR PAPERS
PhD Scholarship in History
The Invisible Farmer
Now seeking contributors to a forthcoming four-volume encyclopedia on the daily lives and roles of women in world history to be published by ABC-CLIO, under the editorship of Colleen Boyett, Mildred Diane Gleason, and Micheal Tarver. Expressions of interest are welcome from graduate students, postdocs, professors, independent scholars, and public history professionals.
thanks for telling us of this opportunity
Great to be part of ANZAU with h-net!
Dear H-ANZAU subscribers,
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UCL Press is delighted to announce the publication of a new open access book that will be of interest to list subscribers: Memorandoms by James Martin, edited by Tom Causer. Free download: https://goo.gl/c6mfGe