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Last month, I issued a CFP (see original below) for a special issue of the Marine Corps University Journal, focusing on climate change and policy. We have accepted several proposals for papers from well-established, published authors, but we are still looking for a few articles covering different aspects of the issue. Specifically, I am very interested in acquiring a political science perspective on climate change denial and partisan politics, a scientific perspective on realistic policy changes, and economic perspective (domestic or foreign).
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I am looking to put together a panel on bilingualism and urban politics in American history for the 2016 Policy History Conference. My own work focuses on the Cuban community in Miami and I plan to present on the politics surrounding the 1973 bilingual ordinance in Dade County. I would like to gather two or three papers on bilingualism in the United States. Ideally this panel would seek to go beyond just English-Spanish bilingualism, but I am open to alter the panel as needed.