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Out now: First Issue of the Journal of Perpetrator Research (JPR)

With apologies for cross-posting.

We are delighted to announce the publication of the first issue of the Journal of Perpetrator Research (JPR). The journal is an inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal committed to promoting the scholarly study of perpetrators of mass killings, political violence, and genocide. The Editors are Dr Kara Critchell (University of Chester), Dr Susanne C. Knittel (Utrecht University), Dr Emiliano Perra (University of Winchester), and Dr Uğur Ümit Üngör (Utrecht University). 

CfP: Memory & Democracy - GSA Memory Studies Network (GSA, Pittsburgh, PA, September 27-30, 2018)

GSA Memory Studies Network Call for Submissions for the 42nd GSA Conference (in Pittsburgh, PA, September 27-30, 2018)

The Memory Studies Network welcomes submissions of papers, roundtables and especially full panels that focus on issues of memory and commemoration as they relate to questions of democracy, populism, and social movements in Germany. 

In particular (but not exclusively), we are interested in papers and panels that address the following themes:

-The role of memory and affect in German democracy

Seeking Panelists for Session Proposal - "Material Subcultures"

Dear colleagues,

I am seeking historians, art historians, and anthropologists (preferably of color) who'd be interested in submitting something with as part of a session that explores subcultural identity construction, tentatively titled "Material Subcultures: Production and Consumption on the Margins." My research is on queer Euro/American pornography in the early twentieth century.

OAH 2019 or SHEAR 2018 panel participants

I am seeking to create a paper panel for OAH 2019 (or SHEAR 2018) that examines topics in Early America, either late colonial or early republic.  My work explores the shift of historic narratives through the long 18th century, from colonial times to the early republic, and engages themes of identity, nostalgia, memory, and nationalism, among others. This is a topic that can be accessed and applied widely.

Feel free to contact me directly at reason@purdue.edu

I look forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

Amanda Rumba

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