April 2019 – CFS: New Call for Submissions – 2019

The USAbroad Editorial Committee is pleased to announce that our call for submissions of articles is now open.

USAbroad is the first Italian academic journal published annually by an editorial board of early-career scholars and entirely dedicated to the study of U.S. history and politics. The journal sets out to offer the occasion to international postgraduates and early career scholars to publish innovative and ground-breaking academic research.

We invite articles, written in English, that investigate any aspects of U.S. history and politics: social, economic and intellectual developments, relations of gender, race and class, foreign policy, international relations, history of policies and institutions. The journal pays specific attention to recent historiographical trends, in particular global, transatlantic and Atlantic history, and to multidisciplinary approaches which successfully intermingle history with social and political sciences.

Please visit our website to submit your article. You will need to register as an Author and follow our five step procedure. Please make sure you follow the Author guidelines and read our Editorial Policies. Once submitted, your article will undergo a double-blind peer review process with external reviewers. If accepted, you article will be included in the second issue of the journal. The issue will be split into two parts, the first originating from a Call for Papers circulated early in 2018 and dedicated to nationalism in the United States (you can access the CFP here), the second with no overarching theme. You have time until April 2019 to submit your article, and we ensure that — if accepted — the article will be out before the end of October 2019.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Editorial Committee (at usabroad@unibo.it) if you have any questions.

15/05/19 – call for papers “How long must women wait for liberty?” Woman suffrage and women’s citizenships in the long history of the 19th amendment

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04/03/19 – Short fellowships “Women’s History Institute of Historic Hudson Valley Summer Research”

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28/02/2019 – CFP: ““Delicate Infractions”: Innovations, Expansions, and Revolutions in the Crime Genre”

International Crime Genre Research Group: 8th Biennial Conference @ Maynooth University, Ireland.

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09/02/2019 – CFP: Irish Association for American Studies Annual Conference

The deadline to submit proposals for the Annual Conference of the Irish Association for American Studies has been extended to February 9th. Full details below.
Confidence-Men and Hucksters, Corruption and Governance in the US
Irish Association for American Studies
Annual Conference
University College Cork, Ireland
April 12th – 13th 2019
 
Keynote Speaker: Professor Stephen Matterson (Trinity College Dublin)

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15/03/2019 – CFP: Transposing Landscapes and Identities in the Italian Diaspora: Visual and Verbal Representations

2nd IASA International Symposium in Italy •
CALL FOR PAPERS
June 20-22, 2019
Roma Tre University
Via Valco di San Paolo, 19
Rome, Italy
Transposing Landscapes and Identities in the Italian Diaspora:
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17/02/2019 – CFP: American Art in the 1940s: Global Currents, Local Tides

American Art in the 1940s: Global Currents, Local Tides

A Study Day in Memory of Professor François Brunet (Université Paris Diderot)

Paris, April 16–17, 2019
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