Global Politics Review (GPR) is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal of International Studies published by the Association for Research, Innovation and Social Science (ARISS). The Journal, founded in 2015, is published twice a year in October and April. GPR features high-quality research papers, interviews, and essays that survey new contributions to the fields of international relations, international security, and international development.
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On the occasion of the centennial of World War I, the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is pleased to announce an open competition for scholars under the age of 30 to research and write a scholarly paper on a major aspect of how scientists and engineers in the United States were engaged in the World War I effort. The focus, drawing on the NAS’s creation of the National Research Council as a response to the United States’ expected involvement in World War I, is on institutional changes (e.g., the
I'm pleased to announce a panel for the upcoming meeting of the Rocky Mountain Conference on Latin American Studies (RMCLAS), to be held April 4-7, 2018, in Reno, Nevada.
The panel is titled "Law and Lawlessness under Authoritarianism," and we are currently soliciting proposals for papers that explore the functioning and/or non-functioning of the law and government institutions during authoritarian regimes in Latin America over the twentieth century. We welcome proposals covering any geographic region/scope and from any discipline.
The IEEE Annals of the History of Computing invites submissions for a special issue titled “Governance in the History of Computing.” Edited by Gerardo Con Diaz (University of California, Davis), this special issue will showcase how formal and informal forms of governance (from law and policy to self-policing) have shaped the history of computing broadly conceived.
Process—the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian—invites proposals and submissions for a series of upcoming posts about the state of democracy in the United States.
Editorial board of International Journal of Legal Studies and Research [ISSN (O): 2278-4764] is inviting long article/special article/short article form the legal academia for the March, 2018 issue [Vol. 7 No. 1]. The write up can be sent under the following category
(Un)common worlds: Contesting the limits of human–animal communities
This is a call for the LUMS annual conference on Courts and Politics in Pakistan to be held on 14-15 March 2018. The conference is jointly organized by the Mushtaq Ahmed Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS) and the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL). The conference will focus on the role of higher courts in dealing with cases concerning the Constitution, making and breaking of governments and relations among institutions.
Amherst College will host a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for K-12 teachers and current full time graduate students who intend to pursue a career in K-12 teaching, from July 1-July 26, 2018. The seminar will be directed by Austin Sarat of the Departments of Political Science and Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought. It will examine three questions: What is punishment and why do we punish as we do? What can we learn about politics, law, and culture in the United States from an examination of our practices of punishment?