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Re: CFP: Accidents and the State in the 20th century

Hi All,

With apologies for the short notice, I've recently received the programme for this workshop, as below. I'm unable to attend, unfortunately, as it looks really promising, but I have asked for a short report in due course. For those who might be interested, please contact Peter Itzen for further information.

Best wishes,

Mike

Accidents and the State in the 20th Century

Workshop
9-10 June 2016

June 9

15.30-16 h
Welcome and Coffee

16-18 h
Risk, citizenship, responsibility and social justice

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Greetings!

H-Net is happy to announce a few new features. 

Your Profile on H-Net now has a field for Dissertations and Theses in progress. H-Net Profiles are searchable by name, email, and interest, and people do look so we encourage you to fill in your profile. 

CFP: Evidence, Accident, Discovery

Soyuz: The Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural Studies is announcing a call for an invited session at the 2016 American Anthropological Association Meeting in Minneapolis, MN. We seek panels that "reflect the state-of-the-art and thematic concerns" in our field. We would like to encourage all innovative panels, and especially those that have cross-regional reach.

CFP: Accidents and the State in the 20th century

Dear all,

Subscribers will hopefully be very interested in the CfP below - this looks like a great workshop, and hopefully a report will be featured here in due course. Deadline for proposals is 29 February, so only a bit of time to be thinking about this. Further details of the workshop to follow when the programme is known.

Best wishes,

Mike

 

Call for Papers: Accidents & the State in the 20th Century

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