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Conference: MAFIAs: Realities and Representations of Organized Crime

The John D. Calandra Italian American Institute <calandra@qc.edu>

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
MAFIAs: Realities and Representations of Organized Crime

Call for reviewers: new films on European Anthropology

Hi all,

I've taken over from Colin Beckett at Icarus Films, and we have recently released two new Anthropology titles related to Europe. I have included descriptions below (including links with more information). If you are interested in reviewing any of them, and have an outlet interested in considering your review, please get in touch, and I can send you review copies.


Thanks!

LE JOLI MAI <http://icarusfilms.com/new2013/mai.html> : "A far-reaching meditation on the relationship between individual and society" (Film Comment), LE JOLI MAI is a portrait of Paris and Parisians shot by Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme during May 1962.

Dissertation Reviews is seeking a dynamic scholar in European Studies

Dissertation Reviews is seeking a dynamic scholar in European Studies to develop a new field within our innovative scholarly network

Dissertation Reviews (www.dissertationreviews.org) is a web platform featuring reviews of recently defended PhD dissertations in the humanities and social sciences. We have grown by leaps and bounds since our founding five years ago: from only one field to more than 20, from 10 reviews per year to over 550, and from a handful of editors to a team of more than 30 talented early-career scholars across the globe.