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Transnational Journalism History Conference/Dublin Ireland

Please join us for the 2nd Transnational Journalism History Conference June 9 and 10 at Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Registration is 35 Euro and includes lunch each day. The conference program is below. The conference is sponsored by Dublin City University and Augusta University.

 

Transnational Journalism History

Dublin City University

Fri 9th and Sat 10th June 2017

 

 

Friday 9th June

Call for Papers: March ’68. Fifty Years Later - International Academic Conference

On the 50th anniversary of March '68, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Institute of History and the Institute of Sociology at the Warsaw University invite you to an indisciplinary academic conference. We encourage historians, sociologists, political scientists, cultural experts as well as representatives of other fields in arts, humanities and social sciences. 

Re: Muhammad (B.Sc., J.D.) on Baker, 'Humane Insight: Looking at Images of African American Suffering and Death'

I am grateful to Ms Mohammed for reviewing my book, Humane Insight: Looking at Images of African-American Suffering and Death. As she notes, the work addresses historical events of violence enacted against African Americans. What does not appear in the review and may well be useful for those interested in the topic is that the object of the study is the practice of looking itself. The episodes included in the work are centered around Mamie Till-Mobley’s extraordinary work as a Black activist and especially as a visual theorist.

Free access to 2017 Farrar Award-winning article through April

The journal Race & Class is providing free access to the 2017 Farrar Award-winning article through the end of the month. 
Visit the Farrar Award webpage, https://www.sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/cic/journalism_and_mass_communications/mcrhs/far...

Or use the direct link, http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0306396815581781

 

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