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23
May

A Fluid Practice

This post is written by Jim Logan and originally appeared on the website for the UC Santa Barbara Current. This post is published in conjunction with the Latin American Studies Association congress in Barcelona. …

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13
Apr

Are Children Ruling the World Yet?

This guest post is published around the Association for Asian Studies conference in Washington D.C., occurring March 22-25, 2018. #AAS2018 by Sabine Frühstück, author of Child’s Play: Multi-Sensory Histories of Children and Childhood in Japan …

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29
Mar

Making an Impact in European Studies

This weekend at the Council for European Studies Conference in Chicago, scholars, activists, and policy makers look to discuss ways to impact programs and initiatives important to the continent. #CESConf Hear from …

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22
Dec

Best of the Blog 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, we’ve compiled ten blog posts that resonated most with our readers over the past year. Popular blog themes closely mirrored current events, and the state of …

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20
Nov

Fifty Years on the Police Reform Merry-Go-Round

This guest post is published around the American Society of Criminology conference in Philadelphia, occurring November 15-18. #ASCPhilly By Robert E. Worden, co-author of Mirage of Police Reform: Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy Officer-involved shootings …

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14
Nov

Why I Chose to Publish Open Access

by Thomas Patteson, author of Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and Modernism This guest post is published in conjunction with the just-concluded annual conference of the American Musicological Society where Instruments for New Music was …

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13
Nov

Formatting Keys to Play

by Roger Moseley, author of Keys to Play: Music as a Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo This guest post is published in conjunction with the just-concluded annual conference of the American Musicological Society …

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