posts categorized asCall for Proposals

LRAN 2017 CFP: Washington, D.C.

by on February 6, 2017

The 2017 Labor Research and Action Network (LRAN) national conference will be held Thursday, June 8th and Friday, June 9th at Howard University in Washington DC, hosted by the Department of Political Science. Submissions are due by Friday March 17th.

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39th Annual North American Labor History Conference: CFP (Deadline – May 1)

by on January 20, 2017

October 19-21, 2017, Wayne State University, Detroit. The Program Committee of the North American Labor History Conference (NALHC), an international conference with a global perspective on labor and working-class history, invites proposals for case studies, project demonstrations, papers, panels, roundtables, and workshops on the theme of Labor History and Public History for our thirty-ninth annual meeting.

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Robert H. Zieger Prize for Southern Labor Studies: 2017 CFP

by on October 9, 2016

The Southern Labor Studies Association is currently accepting submissions for the Robert H. Zieger Prize for Southern Labor Studies. SLSA awards the Zieger Prize at the biennial Southern Labor Studies Conference for the best unpublished essay in southern labor studies written by a graduate student or early career scholar, journalist, or activist.

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Class Struggle – Race, Gender, and Revolution: WCSA 2017 CFP (Deadline: February 21, 2017)

by on August 19, 2016

The 2017 WCSA conference theme, “Class Struggle: Race, Gender, and Revolution,” seeks to take stock of the legacy, present, and future possibilities of the idea of “class struggle.” We invite proposals for individual papers, panels, plenary sessions, or cultural events that will investigate the myriad ways in which the working classes can fight for emancipation.

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(New Deadline: May 20) Workers and Global Cities: Detroit and Beyond, 2016 NALHC CFP

by on May 4, 2016

CFP Deadline: May 20, 2016. The 38th annual North American Labor History Conference will explore the connections between labor and urban history, workers and city-dwellers, in the context of globalization. We are interested in how “work,” “workers,” and “cities” remake and are remade by the global economy and by the dangers inherent in new global realities—where migration and exchange are seen both as constructive and destructive of urban life.

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Southern Cultures Appalachia Special Issue

by on April 25, 2016

Southern Cultures, the award-winning, peer-reviewed quarterly from UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South, encourages submissions from scholars, writers, and artists for our Appalachia Issue, to be published Spring 2017. We will be accepting submissions for this special issue through May 15, 2016.

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