Race, Racism, and Classics

TAPA, the journal of The Society for Classical Studies

CFP for Race and Racism: Beyond the Spectacular

Race and Racism: Beyond the Spectacular is a themed issue of TAPA, the journal of the Society for Classical...

National Parks in Prospect

Art Journal (prospective)

National Parks are celebrated as “America’s best idea” and visited by tens of millions of people each year. Although the National Park Service (NPS) is often thought of as a straightforward preservation agency, it is also a cultural institution...

Call for Articles for Inaugural Issue: Leadership, Disease, and Pandemic

Interdisciplinary Journal of Leadership Studies

The Interdisciplinary Journal of Leadership Studies is seeking submissions for its inaugural volume, themed around “Leadership, Pandemic, and Disease.” We welcome submissions from any discipline in the social sciences, humanities, sciences, arts, or cross-disciplinary studies that...

Music in American Nineteenth Century History

American Nineteenth Century History

Call for Papers: Special Issue of American Nineteenth Century History

“Music in American Nineteenth Century History”

Co-editors: J. M. Mancini and Billy Coleman

Abstracts Due — 30 September 2021
Draft Papers Due — 30 May 2022
Symposium – mid-June 2022 (tentative...

Black in New England

New England Quarterly

Guest editors: Kerri Greenidge (Tufts University) and Holly Jackson (UMass Boston)

 In Dusk of Dawn (1940), W.E.B. Du Bois referred to his New England boyhood in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, as being “shut in by its mountains and provincialism.” Similarly, the Jamaican-born...

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