October 24, 2006
CFP: Tobacco in Russian Empire, Soviet Union, or Post-Soviet states (AAASS)
We are soliciting papers that investigate the use, spread, enjoyment, or culture, of tobacco in the Russian Empire, Soviet Union, or Post-Soviet states. Additionally, we are interested in the international tobacco trade as it involves these regions as producers or consumers. Our goal is to prepare a broadly comparative volume drawing on all academic disciplines to illuminate the history of tobacco use and production as a cultural, economic, and political context in the lands of the Russian Empire.
In the short-term, we are preparing two panels for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS) in New Orleans in November 2008. We foresee one panel focused on imperial Russian (approximately up to 1900) and one for modern Russia. If you are interested in presenting a paper within one of these panels and further refining the paper for an edited volume, please contact either myself or Matt Romaniello at the addresses listed below. We will be available to discuss the panels and the future volume at this year's AAASS meeting in Washington DC.
Postdoctoral Fellow of Western Civilization
Center for History and New Media
George Mason University
Robinson Hall, Room B359
4400 University Dr., MS 3G1
Fairfax, VA 22030
October 23, 2006
CFP: Puls demokratije (Pulse of Democracy)
Call for Papers / Contributors
Puls demokratije (Pulse of Democracy)
- online journal for critical democracy in a critical moment -
Puls demokratije, a new bi-monthly online journal, discuses sociopolitical reality of contemporary Bosnia and Herzegovina covering the areas of Rule of Law, Political Activity and Participation, Political Institutions, Human Rights, and the Media. The journal attempts to merge academic research with more popular forms of sociopolitical critique, offering a refreshing perspective on the issues of relevance for society and political community of Bosnia and Herzegovina of the day.
We invite and encourage all potential contributors to send us their articles, text abstracts or titles of texts which they would like to publish in our journal.
Contributions are accepted both in English and in the official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Small grants are provided for all published articles. More details about the type and format of contributions at: http://www.pulsdemokratije.net/posalji.php?lang=en
October 12, 2006
CFP: Journal of East European Jewish Affairs
In 2007, East European Jewish Affairs, the leading scholarly journal devoted to the history of East European Jews (published in the UK by Taylor and Francis), will be going from two issues per annum to three. We welcome submissions on all themes related to the history of Central and East European Jews (social, political, religious, cultural, etc) from all periods and states, including Poland, Russia, Hungary, Czech Lands, Slovakia, as well as on emigration. EEJA is a peer reviewed journal which has been published since 1968.
Submissions should be sent to the Managing Editor, Dr Sam Johnson, electronically or in hard copy. Guidelines for submission can be found on the Taylor and Francis website at: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/13501674.asp