CFP What Archaeology Means to Unsustainable Urban Growth, EAA 2018, Barcelona

Dear Colleagues,

We’re inviting paper abstracts for our session “Leaving No Stone Unturned: What Archaeology Means to Unsustainable Urban Growth”, which we convene at the EAA 2018, in Barcelona, 5-8 Sept 2018. While we coin this session from a lens on tropical urbanism, we’re aiming to attract culturally and disciplinarily varied contributions from a range of research, projects, and ideas. Please find an abstract and further details below. This Call for Papers is intended for wide circulation, with apologies for cross-postings.

 

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CfP: Comparative Education and Development Alternatives: critiques, innovations and transitions, British Association of Comparative and International Education

The British Association for Comparative and International education is inviting proposals for its 2018 conference (York, 12-14 SEptember). The theme of the conference is 'comparative Education and Development Alternatives: critiques, innovations and transitions'. The conference aims to consider how central concepts in the field of comparative and international education – such as development, sustainability and global social justice– can be reimagined in order to offer new trajectories for educational research, policy and practice.

New Books - Low Carbon Change

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce three, newly released books on low carbon change.

Best,

Kathy Araujo
Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University; Researcher, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Book Series Editor, Routledge Studies in Energy Transitions

Low Carbon Energy Transitions
Turning Points in National Policy and Innovation
Oxford University Press
Kathleen Araujo

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