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CFP: Acting on the margins: professional associations and the construction of alternative politics in Africa after empires (ECAS 2015)

Call for papers : ECAS 2015 - Acting on the margins: professional associations and the construction of alternative politics in Africa after empires

 

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Papers are invited for the following panel, to be held at ECAS 2015 in Paris.

 

Acting on the margins: professional associations and the construction of alternative politics in Africa after empires

 

Society for U.S. Intellectual History (S-USIH) Book Award: Call for Nominations

The Society for U. S. Intellectual History Annual Book Award

The Society for U. S. Intellectual History announces its Annual Book
Award for the best book in American intellectual history.  The book
should be a work of original scholarship.  Books eligible for the 2015
award must be published in English in the period between Jan. 1, 2014,
and Dec. 31, 2014.  Any member of the Society or publisher may
nominate books for the award.  The winner and finalists will be
announced in Summer 2014, receive a $250.00 prize, and participate in

X-POST: Gifford on Wertz, 'Lynton Keith Caldwell: An Environmental Visionary and the National Environmental Policy Act

Gifford on Wertz, 'Lynton Keith Caldwell: An Environmental Visionary and the National Environmental Policy Act'H-EnvironmentAuthor: Wendy Read WertzReviewer: Laura J. Gifford

Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower - A New Film By Roxana Walker-Canton

Hi All,

 

I’m writing from Women Make Movies, the leading nonprofit distributor of films by and about women. I thought the members of this listserv would be interested in our newest release, LIVING THINKERS: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BLACK WOMEN IN THE IVORY TOWER, a captivating educational resource that according to Leo Garofalo, Dir., Ctr for Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity at Connecticut College:

10th Annual Symposium on Social Change, UMass Amherst

November 3, 2014. DuBois Library, Amherst, Mass. The legacy of back-to-the-land communes of the late 1960s. Looking back on forty years at Montague, Wendell, Tree Frog, and Packer Corners (Total Loss) Farms in western Massachusetts and southeast Vermont. Speakers from all four of these leading countercultural communities with ties to the underground press, organic farming, the anti-nuclear movement, LGBT issues, and other activist concerns. Moderator: Timothy Miller, University of Kansas.

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