Hello! I am seeking authors for the following chapters in an encyclopedia project for the ABC-Clio, a two volume encyclopedia of the Americas. There is some pay, but more significant is the publication that is better than than the average encyclopedia entry. The countries that need authors are Peru, Nicaragua, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Please contact me, Kim Morse (firstname.lastname@example.org), as soon as possible if interested. Thank you!
Call for Chapters: Art, Identity, & Cultural Diplomacy: (Re) inventing Eastern and Western Europe (Leuven University Press)
11th International Symposium on the theme:
Borders and Border Regions
(Béja-Tunisia, 28-29-30 November 2018)
Call for papers
November 2-3, 2018
Department of Art History, University of Vienna
Crossing Rivers in Byzantium and Beyond
“It is always dramatic to cross a frontier, even though the frontier is only a brook”
(V. S. Pritchett, Geographical Magazine, December, 1942)
Transitions from war to peace have been one of the most fertile grounds for contemporary historical analysis in the last twenty years. In this last year of the Great War centenary, the “end of the conflict” topic (as well as the possible or impossible “return” to peace) will be the discussion focus among specialists in the 1914-1918 period. However, the numerous forms of war-exit are difficult to understand through a short-term perspective.
GAM. 15 – CALL FOR PAPERS Territorial Justice
Landscape, Sport, Environment: The Spaces of Sport from the Early Modern Period to Today
I am writing to invite all of you to submit the papers / special issue proposal to Internationa
The Anthropology of Tourism Interest Group (an affiliate of the American Anthropological Association) is proud to showcase social scientific and humanistic research related to tourism, broadly conceived. Our goal is to prompt conversations about how anthropological approaches to tourism have developed over time, what research is being done right now, and what lies on the horizon. We aim to spark discussions among veteran scholars and newcomers to the field, and we hope to draw diverse others into our conversations.