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**CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS**
The Call for Submissions to the next issue of Diogenes Journal (7.2) is open until *30th March 2018*
We welcome submissions of 4000-5000 words and Book Reviews of 700 and 1,000 words (contact the general editor about the choice of book for review before submitting) in any of the fields of Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies.
Manuscripts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, disseminate widely
“Cosmic Roads: Relocating Modernism”
with Dr Morad Montazami (Tate)
on Tuesday 6th March 2018
from 6:30pm – 8pm
at the Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York, YO10 5DD
Attendance by free ticket only https://www.york.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/public-lectures/spring-18/cosmic-roads/
Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology & Science
PG CAHA Colloquium 2018
Bridges over Barriers: Interdisciplinarity in Research
Deadline: 23rd March 2018
2018 ANNUAL GLOBAL AFFAIRS CONFERENCE:
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How to . . . Organize Your Project with Online Tools, Part I
By Kara Hisatake and Katie Trostel
How to … Teach Composition with Digital Tools
by Kara Hisatake and Katie Trostel
Pedagogy is one skill that graduate students are supposed to acquire over the course of their graduate career. One aspect of pedagogy that many of us deal with is teaching writing - in one way or another - from lab reports to thesis papers.
For many graduate students, at least in the United States, March usually brings some form of a scheduled break. Whether in the middle of a semester or in-between terms, Spring Break has become a regular event in the academic calendar. (Why a similar break does not typically exist in the fall is up for debate.) In the United States this break often equates to fantasies of sunny beaches and palm trees.
If you’re like me, getting back to dissertation writing after a long summer can be a challenge...
...particularly as the fall quarter tends to be full of other distracting tasks (Job market! Fellowship applications! Getting your teaching materials ready! Conference abstracts!)