ANN: Seeking Contributing Editor: Journal of the History of Ideas Blog

The Journal of the History of Ideas Blog promotes a wide range of scholarship on intellectual history to a large multi-disciplinary audience, and we are eager to include scholars on our team of Contributing Editors who can promote work on the intellectual history--broadly conceived--of Latin America.

QUERY: Why many more Christian immigrants to Latin America in early 20th century from the Levant and Armenia than from Greece, Egypt, and Iraq?

At the turn of the 20th century, why did neither Greeks (whether from Greece, Cyprus, or elsewhere in that general area) nor Copts (native Egyptian Christians) nor Assyrian/Chaldean Christians (from northern Iraq and area) immigrate to Latin America in nearly as large numbers as the Arab Christians (plus some Muslims and Druze) from Lebanon/Syria/Palestine or even in as large numbers as the Armenians, despite also being Christians from the eastern Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East? 

CFP: Return to society: Demobilization and remobilization of former combatants in Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America, 1945-present

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