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Kalamazoo Calls for Papers--Robin Hood, Monsters, Pilgrimage, Women, Sarcasm and Snark!

Good morning, Readers!

The long, dry summer spell is over and we are now officially back in classes at my university, which (hopefully) means I’ll be back to blogging slightly more regularly. 2,507 more words

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Call for Papers, Panels, or Workshops for “Using History to Make Slavery History”

Call for Papers, Panels, or Workshops for “Using History to Make Slavery History”

A Conference sponsored by Historians Against Slavery

Hosted by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, Ohio… 390 more words

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Penumbra Call for Submissions

Penumbra: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Critical and Creative Inquiry, a peer reviewed, online journal of Union Institute & University’s Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies program, is seeking submissions for its next issue. 12 more words

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Onoma 50 Call for Papers: Medieval Multiculturalism: The Evidence from Names

Editors: Dr. Sara L. Uckelman, Dr. Jennifer A. McGowan, Genora Grim, and Nina Shiel.

Many people view the populations of the European Middle Ages as static, with most people never going more than a handful of miles from where they were born, and only those of high status and standing traveling any great distance. 276 more words

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CFP: Journal of the APA

Sally Haslanger writes:

The Journal of the APA will be launching this coming spring. It is crucial to the success of the journal that it represent research done by the many different intellectual constituencies of the APA.

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WHAT IS MORE FRIGHTENING THAN PUBLIC SPEAKING, LOSING YOUR JOB, AND DEATH?

The answer to this was astonishing even to a Financial Services veteran like myself, and the answer is financial planning.  Yes, financial planning!  In a 2013 survey, investors admitted that they’re more afraid of financial planning than public speaking, losing their job or even death. 380 more words

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CFP, SCMS 2015: Secret Film Cultures

At first look, it may seem oxymoronic to invite conversation about secrecy within histories and theories of film and media institutions. Cinema has been a community event, one which has brought together small or large publics with shared or competing interests discursively and physically or cinematically. 166 more words

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