We are delighted to announce the launch of the world's first online magazine bringing academic expertise on racism to global public debate: MONITOR Global Intelligence on Racism, based at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute, Florence. MONITOR's first issue includes podcasts, videos, and articles on state of emergency France, the new tribalism in election year Italy, Europe's 'racial borders' and the Mediterranean crisis, effective antiracism, and populist central Europe.
The proposals are invited from faculty, researchers, and practitioners. In exceptional cases, the proposals from recent Ph.D. graduates would also be considered.
The Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies (DiGeSt) is inviting articles that problematize gender or/and focus on issues dealing with diversity in all its manifestations. DiGeSt is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal that is published by Leuven University Press and is included in the Flemish Academic Bibliography for the Social Sciences and the Humanities (VABB-SHW).
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Call of Essay Proposals on the Writings of Jesmyn Ward
Special Issue of the Xavier Review
In August 2017, Ron Charles, editor of Book World wrote in The Washington Post:
A CALLALOO CALL FOR PAPERS
“Sports as Art, as Resistance”
Callaloo invites complete submissions for a special issue devoted to the interdisciplinary examination of sports guest edited by Eric Henderson (Stratagem Entertainment), Miya Knights (Middleton-On-Sea, UK), John McCluskey, Jr. (Indiana University), and Pellom McDaniels III (Emory University).
The second annual TAMUG Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Higher Education draws its theme from critic Sara Ahmed’s On Being Included: Racism and Diversity in Institutional Life (Duke UP, 2012), which describes the challenges that diversity advocates and practitioners face as they work “with as well as in the gap between words and deeds” to advance diversity and inclusion at a variety of institutions (Ahmed 140).
Racial Practice: Theory, Policy, and Execution in Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South
June 4-15, 2018
Applications due March 30, 2018
I am interested in presenting a paper on correspondences between President Lyndon Johnson and Nigerian leaders Nnamdi Azikiwe and Tafawa Balewa on the racial crisis in the United States, for a panel at AHA 2019. If anyone is organizing a session where my paper is a fit please contact me, Keith Dye, at email@example.com.