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After Ypres - CfP FoHCS-CHMC joint session for HSS San Francisco

Dear Colleagues

The Forum for the History of Chemical Sciences (FoHCS) and the Commission
for the History of Modern Chemistry (CHMC) are setting up a panel After
Ypres:  the integration of science into war for the next HSS meeting in San
Francisco, November 2015. We invite proposals for papers on the topic
outlined below.  

Should you be interested, please contact the organizers as soon as possible,
but no later than March 28, with a title and an abstract of 250 words.

With best regards,

Submission Deadline Approaching March 31: Public Health and/in the US and Global South

Series editor: Mary E. Frederickson, Emory University

Submission deadline: March 31, 2015

Southern Spaces, an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal, invites scholars, critics, writers, health care providers, public health practitioners, and patients to submit essays, photo essays, original documentaries, and digital projects for a forthcoming series titled Public Health and/in the US and Global South.