Dear Friends and Colleagues,
In celebration of his centenary, I am pleased to announce the publication of The Albert Memmi Reader (University of Nebraska Press, France Overseas Series), co-edited by Jonathan Judaken and Michael Lejman. This compendium collects in a single volume the keyworks of one of the great Jewish thinkers of the twentieth century. You can learn more about the volume here: https://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/nebraska/9781496203236/
CALL FOR PAPERS
For the last three slots in a thematic issue of
Are you working on the post-war disciplinary history of folkloristics or related discipline in the former Soviet Union or the Socialist Bloc countries? Please consider contributing a draft of original research article to the thematic issue of a double-blind peer–reviewed journal published by the Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of University of Latvia.
We are publishing a book dedicated to utopias, dystopias and post-utopias.
Inhuman Memory: Race and Ecology across Timescales – 14 May 2020, King’s College London.
Keynote Speaker: Dr Kathryn Yusoff