The Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences is the flagship journal of the International Academy of Social Sciences, a learned society based in the United States. JAPSS is published both online and in print and it is indexed and catalogued by EBSCO, DOAJ, Wilson Net, and many others. JAPSS has more than a decade of history and a high impact factor. We are currently calling for papers for the September/October issue (Vol 5, Issue 3). For more information please visit our website: www.japss.org
Violent non-state actors in modern conflict
Trans-nationalizing Identity and Space in The Orient: 19th-century Women’s Travel Writing
Framing the Global, an initiative of the Indiana University Center for the Study of Global Change and Indiana University Press, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will host its second international conference in September 2018. Through the research of our fifteen fellows and our ongoing book series, Framing the Global continues to carve out a vital intellectual space for critical and grounded global studies.
The Framing the Global conference will explore new analytical frameworks for global studies as well as innovative pedagogy for the field.
The Europainstitut / Institute for European Global Studies of the University of Basel, Switzerland, welcomes applications for two Visiting Fellowships (three months in 2019) in the field of European Law or European Global Studies, with special focus on the topic area “External relations of and to the European Union: rule transfer and projection of norms”.
The 9th Toyin Falola Annual International Conference on Africa and the African Diaspora (TOFAC 2019)
Academica Press, a leading independent scholarly publisher, cordially invites manuscripts from dynamic scholars at all levels seeking to publish new work that challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries and revisits conventional topics. New publications will ideally be devoted to under-explored issues in the humanities and social sciences and are welcome to make imaginative uses of theory and method.
For the fourteenth consecutive year, the John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History & Strategic Analysis at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., is pleased to announce that it will award prizes for the best-unpublished papers on Cold War military history. The contest recognizes and encourages innovative scholarship on Cold War subjects.
The University of Sussex is hosting a symposium this autumn that will assess continuity and change in British attitudes towards the United States, from the start of the Second World War to the late Cold War. Rather than concentrate, as is conventionally the case, on political and diplomatic elites, our focus is on artists, writers and the general public.