CFP: Return to society: Demobilization and remobilization of former combatants in Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America, 1945-present

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
January 23, 2020 to January 24, 2020

QUERY: Why many more Christian immigrants to Latin America in early 20th century from the Levant and Armenia than from Greece, Egypt, and Iraq?

At the turn of the 20th century, why did neither Greeks (whether from Greece, Cyprus, or elsewhere in that general area) nor Copts (native Egyptian Christians) nor Assyrian/Chaldean Christians (from northern Iraq and area) immigrate to Latin America in nearly as large numbers as the Arab Christians (plus some Muslims and Druze) from Lebanon/Syria/Palestine or even in as large numbers as the Armenians, despite also being Christians from the eastern Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East? 

CFP: Conference in Cuba on alternative social science and philosophy

The Twenty-Second International Conference on An Alternative Political Science and the First International Congress on a Philosophy for Emancipation, Diversity, and the Life of the Planet will be held in Havana, Cuba from November 19 to November 23, 2019.

 

CFP: Latin American Jewish Studies

Academic Studies Press is pleased to announce an open call for papers for the inaugural issue of a new journal, Latin American Jewish Studies, published in conjunction with the Latin American Jewish Studies Association.

Editor-in-Chief: Darrell B. Lockhart (University of Nevada, Reno)
Reviews Editor: Nora Glickman (Queens College/Graduate Center, CUNY) 

ANN: La Gran Guerra en América Latina. Una historia conectada

I am pleased to announce the publication of the collective book La Gran Guerra en América Latina. Una historia conectada, edited by Olivier Compagnon, Camille Foulard, Guillemette Martin and María Inés Tato.

You will find below the table of contents:

 

Olivier Compagnon, Camille Foulard, Guillemette Martin y María Inés Tato, “Introducción”

 

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