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ANN: Conference Summary of “Mexico in the World Economy: New Perspectives” April 6, 2018—Georgetown University

Conference Summary: “Mexico in the World Economy: New Perspectives” April 6, 2018—Georgetown University

By Hillar Yllo Schwertner
PhD Candidate / Americas Initiative Graduate Assistant Department of History
Georgetown University

 

CFP: Greenwood Encyclopedia of the Daily Life of Women

Project Editors are currently seeking contributors for the following Latin American region topics for the forthcoming Greenwood Encyclopedia of the Daily Life of Women: How They Lived from Ancient Times to the Present. International contributors are especially encouraged, including graduate students.  Entries (1000 words each) should focus on women within the roles listed below for the society noted.

For more information, including a request for the entire Headword List, please contact H. Micheal Tarver at mtarver@atu.edu.

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