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CFP: Hong Kong Studies Special Issue: Gender and Sexuality on Hong Kong Screens (Spring 2020)

HONG KONG STUDIES - Issue 5 (Spring 2020)

Call for Submission

Special Issue: Gender and Sexuality on Hong Kong Screens

Guest editor: Prof. Gina Marchetti (HKU)

The first bilingual and interdisciplinary academic journal on Hong Kong, Hong Kong Studies (Chinese University Press), is now accepting articles for a special issue, Gender and Sexuality on Hong Kong Screens, curated with Professor Gina Marchetti and scheduled for publication in Spring 2020.

CFP: Ordering the Anthropocene: Law & the Environment in the Indian Ocean World

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Ordering the Anthropocene: Law & the Environment in the Indian Ocean World 

A workshop convened by Debjani Bhattacharyya (Drexel University) and Laurie Wood (Florida State University)4-5th October 2019Hosted by the Department of History,  Drexel University, wit

ANN: Conference on Contact Zones and Colonialism in Southeast Asia and China’s South (~221 BCE – 1700 CE)

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Contact Zones and Colonialism in Southeast Asia and China’s South (~221 BCE – 1700 CE)

Keynote Speaker: Pamela Crossley, Charle

ANN: TOC, Japanese Language and Literature, Vol. 53 No. 1, April 2019

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"Japanese Language and Literature", the journal of the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, has just published its latest issue at https://jll.pitt.edu/ojs/JLL.

Global warming and academic responsibility

In 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), published a special report on long-term increases in the earth's temperature that have resulted largely from human actions that increase the level of atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHGs). 

https://www.ipcc.ch/sr15/

It emphasises that present trends indicate a steady warming per decade of 0.1 to 0.3 degrees C and adds that mitigation must consider an equitable distribution of the costs that must accompany it.

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