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Re: Call for Papers, Fifteenth Annual Conference in Citizenship Studies: Religion and Citizenship

I am very pleased to announce that the Citizenship Conference now has online abstract submission available at http://www.clas.wayne.edu/Citizenship/Abstract-Submission-Page.

Now a prospective speaker may either send in their abstract by email, or send it via the online form; either one works just fine. One slight advantage of using the online form is that the author receives a confirmation right away that it is received.

Aimee Moran, Conference Organizer

New Book Announcement: "Spain Unmoored: Migration, Conversion, and the Politics of Islam"

Hello, I’m writing to announce my recently published book, Spain Unmoored: Migration, Conversion, and the Politics of Islam (2017, Indiana University Press). It may be of interest to those working on or teaching about citizenship in relation to religion and migration, or regional identities in Europe.

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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Call for Papers: “1977-2017: The IWY National Women’s Conference In Retrospect” November 5-7, 2017, University of Houston

This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the 1977 National Women’s Conference, the domestic answer to the United Nations’ International Women’s Year initiative.  The Houston Conference, as it came to be known, was the largest federally mandated gathering of American women in history.  On this occasion, 2000 delegates elected from fifty states and six territories and roughly 16,000 observers came together to craft a twenty-six plank National Plan of Action, submitted to President Jimmy Carter in 1978.  The conference remains one of the most imaginative and wide-ranging exercises in civic enga

Call for Papers: March ’68. Fifty Years Later - International Academic Conference

On the 50th anniversary of March '68, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Institute of History and the Institute of Sociology at the Warsaw University invite you to an indisciplinary academic conference. We encourage historians, sociologists, political scientists, cultural experts as well as representatives of other fields in arts, humanities and social sciences. 

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