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[CFP] Poverty, Welfare, & Religion: Towards Understanding and Addressing Working Poverty in the United States

Poverty, Welfare, & Religion: Towards Understanding and Addressing Working Poverty in the United States

CALL FOR PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

An Interdisciplinary, National Conference Engaging Working Poverty

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion 

Cincinnati, Ohio – December 4-6, 2016

Spaces still available for Human Rights in an Age of Ambiguity

Human Rights in an Age of Ambiguity

13-15 June 2016

Fordham University, New York

 

5th joint conference, organized by:
Human Rights Section, International Studies Association (ISA)
Human Rights Section, American Political Science Association (APSA)
Human Rights Research Committee, International Political Science Association (IPSA)
Standing Group on Human Rights and Transitional Justice, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)

Call for Applications: 2016 Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop on the Holocaust in the Soviet Union

Application deadline: March 31, 2016

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum invites applications for a Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop that is focused on the Holocaust in the Soviet Union.  This workshop will be held from July 18-29, 2016 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. 

CALL FOR PAPER SUBMISSIONS: NON-STATE ACTORS AND GENOCIDE

Genocide Studies International, a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies and published by the University of Toronto Press, invites submissions for its upcoming special issue on “Non-state Actors and Genocide” (Issue 10.2).  Submissions might be articles, generally 5,000 to 10,000 words, or “Notes from the Field,” typically in the 2,000 to 10,000-word range, which provide information and analysis of ongoing events or new research projects related to the special issue topic.  A manuscript might focus on a particular case s

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