Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops
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A couple items off the top of my head:
I do my urban classes visually and virtually so I suggest giving students places they can use online such as image archives, film and video searches, as well as historical and classical materials (especially) books that are in public domain and can be read or downloaded freely. This way when the course is completed they can use what they've learned from you to pursue their interests. For example, Jacob Riis' works are online.
The editor of Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century: A Comparative Survey (see below) invites chapter submissions for the volume on one area of research: masculinities, male gender roles, and men’s experiences as men in the unfolding of ethnic cleansing and genocide in Bosnia (1992-1995).
The New York Metro American Studies Association (NYMASA) announces a call for papers for our 2014 annual one-day conference:
Saturday November 15, 9am-6pm
Stella and Charles Guttman Community College
Abstracts Due: July 15, 2014
TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT, PLEASE COMPLETE OUR ONLINE FORM: http://www.nymasa.org/conference.html
Dear List members,
Please note out newly released book:
Şule Toktaş ve Mary Lou O'Neil, Kadınların Mülk ve Miras Edinmesi: Kemalist Aydınlanma ve İslami Sosyolojik Süreçler, ISBN: 978-605-9022-01-9, Istanbul: Libra Kitapçılık ve Yayıncılık, 2014.
I’m developing a new interdisciplinary course that tracks the history of the American city. It’s aimed at advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and one goal is to have them interpret primary documents. If you were to imagine the ideal collection of documents, what would you include? I’m as interested in suggestions for visual, architectural, and spatial evidence as I am for texts and other written documents because I’d like students to grasp that cities are physical facts, social artifacts, and discursive constructions. Any suggestions for a text?
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