We are glad to announce the 2020 edition of Urbana-Urban Affairs & Public Policy, vol XXI. Urbana is an editorial board reviewed multi-disciplinary open-access scholarly journal focusing on urban issues worldwide, including, but not limited to, urban geography, urban planning, urban history, city politics, urban environmental policy, the political economy of cities, metropolitan development, cities, and international relations, and literary views of cities. Foremost, this journal is an academic forum for the' urban realm' presentation and discussion.
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The Chicago Urban History Seminar is pleased to announce its 2020-21 Season. Until Covid19 abates the monthly seminar sessions convene remotely via Zoom. Programs open at 7:00 PM and conclude at 8:15 PM. Sessions are without charge but contributions in any amount to the Chicago History Museum would be most welcomed. A Zoom link will be provided by registering in advance for each session. Registration takes place on the Chicago History Museum’s website, via its Calendar page.
Call for Papers:
The Editorial Board of Africana Studia is now making a call for articles for the following issues:
AS 34 – file on Popular Urban Cultures in Africa
Deadline for late article submissions: 31st December 2020;
AS 35 – file on Sports and Power in Africa
Deadline for late article submissions: 30th June 2021
For an abstract of AS editorial norms, please see:
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