With his signature bullwhip and fedora, the familiar sounds of his orchestral anthem, and his eventful explorations into the arcana of world religions, Indiana Jones – archeologist, adventurer, and ophidiophobe – has become one of the most recognizable heroes of the silver screen. Since his debut in 1981’s Raiders of th
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The Journal of Asia Pacific Studies is published by the International Academy of Social Sciences, a learned society based in Florida, United States of America. JAPS is published both online and in print and it is indexed by EBSCOhost and many other prestigious databases. JAPS is calling for papers for its next issue.
The Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences is the flagship publication of the International Academy of Social Sciences, a learned society based in Florida, United States of America. JAPSS is published both online and in print and it is indexed by EBSCO, Wilsonnet, and many other prestigious databases. The Academy is calling for papers for the second issue of volume 2. Interdisciplinary research is favored.
Each year, the Working-Class Studies Association (WCSA) issues a number of awards to recognize the best new work in the field of working-class studies. This year, they will be awarded in June 2018 at WCSA’s conference, hosted by the Center for the Study of Inequalities, Social Justice, and Policy at Stony Brook University. The review process is organized by the past-president of the WCSA, and submissions are judged by a panel of three readers for each of the categories of awards.
LAST CALL FOR PAPERS, ABSTRACTS, AND PANEL PROPOSALS
November 9-11, 2018
Using critical theories of testimony and witnessing, this panel seeks to explore the ways in which place transcends the function of mere setting in 20th and 21st century American literature. Employing broad definitions of both place and what it means to be classified as American literature, this panels seeks to analyze and grapple with evolving understandings and functions of place, with the understanding that its influence is no longer entirely bound by geography.