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17
Jan

Anti-Discrimination Legislation: A Report from France

by Marie Mercat-Bruns, author of Discrimination at Work: Comparing European, French, and American Law Since the publication of Discrimination at Work, a comparative study and critique of European, French and American anti-discrimination law, …

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20
Nov

The Problem with Magic Potions

by Keith Guzik, author of Making Things Stick: Surveillance Technologies and Mexico’s War on Crime This post is published after the American Society of Criminology conference in New Orleans from November 16–19. #ASC2016  From the creation …

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14
Nov

Genocide: From Armenia to Darfur

This post is published in advance of the National Women’s Studies Association conference in Montreal, Quebec from November 10 – 13 and in advance of American Society of Criminology conference in New Orleans from …

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23
Oct

What Mozart and Super Mario Have in Common

This post is part of a blog series leading up to the American Musicological Society annual conference taking place in Vancouver, Canada from November 3–6. Please visit our booth if you are attending, and otherwise …

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03
Sep

Is it time to re-discover remittances?

by Matt Bakker, author of Migrating into Financial Markets: How Remittances Became a Development Tool Reporter Somini Sengupta brought migrant remittances back to the pages of the New York Times on August 24, 2016. Remittances …

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