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Call for Papers: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions

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We are pleased to announce the International Conference: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions, 13-16 July 2015, Liverpool, UK

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Call for Authors

We are inviting academic editorial contributors to Hispanic American Leadership: A Concise Reference Guide, a new single volume reference to be published by Mission Bell Media in 2015.  Hispanic American Leadership: A Concise Reference Guide will examine how differences in the culture and history of groups such as Cuban Americans, Mexican Americans, and Puerto Ricans affect their expectations of leaders and preferred leadership styles. In addition, it looks at how issues such as gender roles, color

ANN: Thomas Glave at U of Southampton

Wednesday 15th October 2014 at 6pm
Lecture Theatre B, James Parkes Building, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, UK
Thomas Glave is a writer of essays, short-fiction and poetry whose books include Whose Song? And Other Stories, Words to Our Now: Imagination and Dissent, The Torturer’s Wife and Among the Bloodpeople: Politics and Flesh. He is also the editor of the ground-breaking anthology Our Caribbean: A Gathering of Lesbian and Gay Writing from the Antilles.