TOC, Race and Yoga 3.1 (2018)

I am writing to announce the publication of Race and Yoga 3.1 (2018).  Race and Yoga is the first scholarly journal to examine issues surrounding the history, racialization, sex(ualization), and inclusivity (or lack thereof) of the yoga community.

Our latest issue 3.1 (2018) features a special cluster called "Decolonizing Yoga? and Unsettling Social Justice".

Call for Panelists: Western History Association, Las Vegas, Nevada 2019: "Monopolies on Violence"

My colleague Ian Lee and I are presently seeking panel members for the 2019 WHA conference in Las Vegas. Our panel is tentatively entitled “Monopolies on Violence,” referencing philosopher Max Weber’s theories on this topic as a determining factor in the creation of a statehood.  We are interested in examining the ways in which the violence is used not just a weapon of war or physical intimidation, but also as a tool of societal unification and power consolidation.

Call for Abstracts - Canadian Sociology Association 2019 Conference (Indigenous-Settler Relations and Decolonization Research Cluster)

The CSA Annual Conference, as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and the Humanities, will take place from Monday June 3rd until Thursday, June 6th, 2019, on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

The Call for Abstracts is now open and the deadline to submit an abstract is January 28, 2019.

Five sessions are formally affiliated with the Indigenous-Settler Relations and Decolonization Research Cluster, of which four are accepting abstracts:

Call for Manuscript Reviewers - Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education (CJNSE)

Hello! My name is Danielle Lorenz; I am the 2018 Managing Editor for the Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education (CJNSE), and a PhD candidate in Educational Policy Studies at the University of Alberta. CJNSE is an open access, bilingual non-masked, peer-reviewed journal published by graduate students for the dissemination of works by graduate students at Canadian universities. 

William L. Clements Library 2019 Fellowships

The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan is accepting applications for 2019 research fellowships. Specializing in pre-1900 American history, the Clements Library's primary resources (books, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, prints and views, newspapers, photographs, ephemera) support diverse research topics. Strengths include: military history, gender and ethnicity, religion, the American Revolution, Native American history, politics and government, slavery and antislavery, the Civil War, travel and exploration, and others.


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