Interface’s editorial collective for western Europe is looking for two new editors to join Alice Mattoni and Laurence Cox. We handle articles sent in by people across a very wide range of social movements, academic disciplines, countries and languages, find reviewers when needed and take part in special issue projects from time to time as well as helping to run the journal as a whole.
Contact: Eve Worth DPhil candidate and Coordinator Women in the Humanities TORCH, University of Oxfordwihadmin@torch.ox.ac.uk
PJSA supports the Women’s March on Washington and other actions in the coming week in support of those in our communities feeling particularly vulnerable including LGBTQ, Muslim, people of color, and those who face heightened risk of deportation due to their immigration status. #WomensMarch #SanctuaryEverywhere
As we had planned, the old PJSA listserv is no more. After much discussion and debate, the board of PJSA decided to begin anew with a fresh list made up of our growing and vibrant membership. This means that as of today (01/16/17), the listserv at firstname.lastname@example.org will not longer function. We are in the process of transitioning to the new members-only list, but this takes some time. We hope to have the new list online and functioning within the week.
Columbia University 2017 IRAAS Summer Institute: “Black Activist New York" The Columbia University Institute for Research in African-American Studies (IRAAS) is now accepting applications for its 2017 Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute (STSI). Convening for one week between Sunday July 9 and Friday July 14, 2017. The 2017 Summer Teachers and Scholars Institute (STSI) is “Black Activist New York."
Peace Studies, Historic Gatherings and Indigenous Knowledge: PJSA and IPRA in 2016 By Matt Meyer I.
Hello all, I am excited to announce the release of the latest addition of the Peace Chronicle, PJSA's seasonal newsletter!
[To view this letter as a PDF, click here] From: Peace & Justice Studies Association TO: Individuals involved in the work of Peace & Justice Re: The Future!