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I wanted to thank everyone thus far who has contributed to this month's topic on colonization. I wanted to put out a second call for book list contributions. We are lacking in a few areas of colonial history like Africa, North America, Latin America, etc . . ., and it would be great to hear from more people. Please feel free to send your book ideas to me at email@example.com or post a on H-Grad's Twitter handle @hgradlist.
Thank you again for all the responses. I plan to have this list compiled by the first week of April.
Cyprus Economic Forum 2015
Sustainable Tourism, Responsible Investments, International Business
The Cyprus Economic Forum 2015 is a global conference combining the fields of Sustainable Tourism, Responsible Investments, and International Business with an interdisciplinary and multinational three-day program.
On behalf of Professor Marilyn Lake and the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the next event in the "Australia in the World" Lecture and Seminar Series for 2015: