This is a gentle reminder for those who wish to participate in the upcoming 2019 IAGS conference in Phnom Penh. The November 30th deadline for submitting your paper and panel proposals is fast approaching.
Genocide & The Kurds
In order to accommodate proposals arising from new interest generated by the IAGS conference at the University of Queensland, the association’s new Executive Board will be extending the submission deadline for 2019 conference site proposals to August 15, 2017. Proposals must contain the information specified in the original call, which may be viewed at: http://www.genocidescholars.org/news/call-site-proposals.
CALL FOR SITE PROPOSALS
The position of Book Review Editor (Humanities and Social Sciences) on the GSP Editorial Board has now been filled. Thank you to all applicants. Congratulations and welcome to Professor JoAnn DiGeorgio-Lutz who has taken on the role. Mr Brian Kritz is the GSP Book Review Editor (Law). If you would like to be put on the book reviewer list, please contact Professor Lutz on email@example.com or Mr Kritz on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions of articles are invited for a special issue of GSP from the IAGS 2015 Yerevan Conference. Articles may be on any aspect of genocide and genocidal violence, but must adopt a comparative approach of two or more genocides, or events of collective violence, of the 20th Century. This may include any genocide of the 20th Century, such as but not limited to, the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, Bosnia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Rwanda, Darfur, Guatemala, or Argentina. GSP is a multi- and inter-disciplinary journal, so we welcome comparative analysis from any field of research.
IAGS ELECTION, Executive and Advisory Boards, 2015-2017
I. Executive Board
I. 1. President
Dr. Andrew Woolford
Department of Sociology
University of Manitoba