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CFP -- America's Unexceptional Christian Nationalism (July 23–27, Baltimore, MD)

The Institute for Islamic, Christian, and Jewish Studies (www.icjs.org) in Baltimore invites scholars and pro-democracy activists to submit proposals on the topic of:

 

America’s Unexceptional Christian Nationalism: Democratic Lessons from Other Contexts

The January issue of the Journal of Democracy is here, featuring an essay on the rise of “Homonationalism” among Europe’s Far Right

The new issue of the Journal of Democracy (available free on ProjectMuse until February 14) presents a timely snapshot on the fate of freedom around the world. Like much of Europe’s right, portions of the far right now embraces gay rights—but as a tool to oppose Muslims.

CfP: Identity and the Transnational Reverberations of Conflict Workshop, University of Oxford

CfP aproaching deadline: 27 January 2023

 

Call for Papers

Identity and the Transnational Reverberations of Conflict Workshop

5-6 May 2023

Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

Deadline for the submission of proposals: 27 January 2023

How to use your research question as a catalyst for publication success

In order to develop a reputation as a respected authority in your field, you need a deep understanding of how to formulate a compelling research question that fills a critical knowledge gap. By investing time in developing a smart research question at the outset, you can increase your chances of producing novel and impactful research.

In this pre-recorded webinar, run by ALE in collaboration with Edanz, global publishing expert Dr. Julian Tang gives actionable tips on how to take your research question to the next level.

You will learn:

Roundtable discussion: “The Promise and Perils of Social and Behavioral Genomics” (Jan. 25)

Has social genomics fueled the rise of white supremacy in America? How has genetic evidence played a role in events such as the 2022 Buffalo mass shooting and extremist violence? How has the incomplete reckoning of the history of scientific racism and eugenics in genetics/genomics led to harmful ideologies and compromised scientific integrity? Now more than ever, scientists and scholars must understand these connections to safeguard human health and safety.