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CFP LASA 2016: In the shadow of the Axis: hyphenated Germans, Italians, Jewish, and Japanese in post-war Latin America

During the Second World War, Latin America’s ethnic and migrant groups with ties to Axis countries took on great domestic and international importance. They became targets of suspicion and repression, as well as subjects of debates about immigration, refugees, and national identity. The popular and academic consensus holds that the period represented an inflection point for these groups. Attempts to (re)assert hyphenated ethnic identities, (re)constitute community institutions, or (re)establish transnational ties following the Allied victory occurred—if at all—in radically altered national

Weatherhead Initiative on Global History Fellowship

The Weatherhead Initiative on Global History (WIGH) at Harvard University identifies and supports outstanding scholars whose work responds to the growing interest in the encompassing study of global history. We seek to organize a community of scholars interested in the systematic scrutiny of developments that have unfolded across national, regional, and continental boundaries and who propose to analyze the interconnections—cultural, economic, ecological, political and demographic—among world societies.

CFP: Abstracts for Special Issue of African and Black Diaspora, "Hybridizing and Decolonizing the Metropole: Stuart Hall, Caribbean Routes and Diasporic Identity"

The Editors of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal (Routledge) announce a Call for Papers on “Hybridizing and Decolonizing the Metropole: Stuart Hall, Caribbean Routes and Diasporic Identity.”

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