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CFP AAH 2016 Session - The (After) Lives of Things: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Material Culture

Jane & Mary Parminter, bricolaged specimen table (comprising shells, polished marble, lapis lazuli, micromosaics, plaster casts, and a mourning plaque), 1790s, A la Ronde, Devon. (Photo author’s own) 292 more words


CFP: Transverse 15: Food

The CFP for the next issue of Transverse (journal of the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto) is available! Check it out at http://www.transversejournal.org/cfp/

Deadline: 25 September, 2015

Theatre Production: The Picture of Dorian Gray, St James Theatre, 15-20 June


As you may know, Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle shared a famous dinner with the American Publisher of Lippincott’s Magazine, JM Stoddart, at the Langham Hotel in 1889 and were commissioned to write The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Sign of Four.  113 more words

Call For Papers

Active vs. Passive Portfolio

One of the longest-standing debates in investing is over the relative merits of active portfolio management versus passive management. With an actively managed portfolio, a manager tries to beat the performance of a given benchmark index by using his or her judgment in selecting individual securities and deciding when to buy and sell them. 1,218 more words

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My post might not be coming as much due to me working, but I’ll keep in touch.


Penumbra, Issue 2 Now Live!


I am happy to announce the publication of the second issue of Penumbra, the journal of the PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies program at the Union Institute & University. 96 more words


CFP: Re-thinking Boundaries in the Study of Religion and Politics

Re-thinking Boundaries in the Study of Religion and Politics
11-12 September 2015, Linklater Rooms, University of Aberdeen

A common approach to the study of religion and politics frames the inquiry using boundaries. 749 more words