The Center for C-SPAN Scholarship & Engagement is currently soliciting proposals for a Fall 2018 conference. Ten papers utilizing the C-SPAN archives will be chosen for presentation at a conference October 21-23 at Purdue University and subsequently published in the Purdue University Press book The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research. The 2018 theme is "Congressional Elections and the Trump Presidency." Participants are free to address the theme broadly but should relate their papers in some way to the theme.
Hannah Arendt and the Boundaries of the Public Sphere
The Russian Sociological Review invites scholars in the fields of theoretical sociology, social philosophy, intellectual history and the related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities to contribute to a special issue devoted to Hannah Arendt and the problem of the boundaries of public sphere.
GAM. 15 – CALL FOR PAPERS Territorial Justice
CfP: Sports and Politics
December 15, 2018
20 Jay Street, Suite 1010, Brooklyn, New York 11201
Dr. Clarence Jefferson Hall Jr., Assistant Professor of American and Environmental History, Queensborough Community College, CUNY, New York, USA
Dr. Frank Jacob, Professor of Global History, Nord University, Norway
In cooperation with
Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, New York Office and Verso Books, New York
Journal of Chinese Political Science (JCPS) Call for Papers for Special Issues
This conference will address the mounting challenges facing multilateral institutions and the processes of cooperation between states.
The Journal of Veterans Studies has several books and new media projects in need of critical, scholarly review for publication in the journal. If you are interested in conducting a book review, please contact Sarah Austin for a copy of the book and review guidelines at Sarah.Austin@usafa.edu. If you are interested in conducting a new media review, please contact Katt Starnes for a list of projects and review guidelines at email@example.com.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Recent referenda and elections have made the uses and abuses of the ‘will of the people’ a pressing public issue. This two-day conference seeks to explore the ways in which the ‘voice of the people’ has been constructed, used, and represented in modern democracies and pre-modern political systems.
The conference will include a public roundtable discussion at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute.
Prof. Andy Wood, University of Durham
Prof. Elaine Chalus, University of Liverpool
Researchers and activists are invited to submit paper and/or panel proposals for this conference discussing contributions of women to politics. The historical contribution is particularly relevant as ‘her’ story in politics is still missing in academic work. In addition, it seems as if past prejudices do not differ much from the ones expressed in the present, and thus the conference also wants to tackle relations between historical representation and position of women in politics with the situation at present. How can history inform current debates?