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Call for Book Prize Submissions- French Colonial Historical Society/Société d'histoire coloniale française

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Type: 
Prize
Subject Fields: 
African History / Studies, Canadian History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, French History / Studies, Latin A

ANN: Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean: virtual symposium 3/18 and 4/08

We invite you to save the date and register for the following virtual symposium, to be held on March 18 and April 8, 2022, via zoom. Please share with colleagues and students who may be interested:

Borders, Captivity and Memory in Transnational Italy and the Mediterranean 

virtual symposium 

March 18 and April 8, 2022 

CFP: Resisting the Canonization of Racialized Subdisciplines Panel at the Women in German Conference, November 3-7, 2022 (Portland, Oregon), proposals due Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2021

It appears that Germany is defined by what is best described as a single story, but the fallacy lies in that it is not the entire story. The cultural and sociological history that Germany has perpetuated is a homogeneous society composed of persons of white German descent instead of a multicultural civilization/nation. It is this single-story concept that the Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, first discussed in her famous TED talk.

CfP RC21 Athens 08/2022: The role of the spatial in struggles to belong for racialized and ethnicized persons

Call for papers for the 2022 RC21 conference in Athens:  (https://pcoconvin.eventsair.com/rc21/call-for-abstracts

36. The role of the spatial in struggles to belong for racialized and ethnicized persons

Conveners: Christine Barwick, Jean Beaman 

Book announcement: Nous qui ne cultivons pas le préjugé de race

Dear Colleagues,

I'm pleased to pass along this book announcement from the author:

Dominique Chathuant. Nous qui ne cultivons pas le préjugé de race. Histoire(s) d'un siècle de doute sur le racisme en France, Paris, éditions du Félin, 504 p., 25 €.

Catégorie : histoire contemporaine, XXe siècle, France. 

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