Comparative Heritage

Comparative Heritage, the pluri-disciplinary and collaboratively-framed digital heritage research, now invites scholars—academics and non-academics—policymakers, and graduate students to submit paper abstracts towards its open and ongoing CfPs.

The following themes are currently open:

Abstracts may address any range of topics within the broad spectra of listed theme. Proposals may also cover specific or any but not limited to the following areas:

–  Critical Studies                                                 –  Linguistics                                                 –  Literature                                             –  Literary Studies

–  Film Studies                                                     – Political Science                                         – Social Studies                                       –  Pre-modern Studies

– Postcolonial Studies                                        – African Studies                                           – American Studies                                – African American Studies

– Gender Studies                                                 – African American                                       – European Studies                               – Women Studies

– Ageing Studies                                                  – Anthropology                                              – Sociology                                               – Family Studies

– Community Studies                                         – Musicology                                                  – Epistemology                                        – History

– Theological Studies                                          – Religious Studies                                       – Philosophy                                            –The Classics

– Philosophy                                                         – Legal and Judicial Systems                     – Science and Technology                     – Recreation and Sports

– Medical and Health Sciences                        – Business and Tourism                              – Medical and Health Sciences             – Security

–Peace and Security                                            – Environmental Studies                           – Infrastructure Studies                          –  Development Studies

– Epistemology                                                     – Education Studies                                    – Asian Studies                                         – 21st Century  Studies

– Slavery and Institution Building                     Indigenous Studies                                    – and more.

Abstracts/Paper proposals

Abstracts of 250, not more than 300, words should be sent to submissions@comparativeheritage.org. Emailed abstracts should be in MS-Word format, and must include the author or authors’ full names,  paper title, institutional affiliation, and contact information (mailing address, phone number, and email address).

Completed Papers

Completed papers should be 6000 words, or less. Email completed papers to submissions@comparativeheritage.org. Emailed abstracts should be in MS-Word format, and must include the author or authors’ full names, paper title, institutional affiliation, and contact information (mailing address, phone number, and email address).

Style

Generally, submissions should follow The Chicago Manual of Style (https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html) guildelines.

Contact:

Gbenga Dasylva: (gdasylva@brandeis.edu)

Submissions:

submissions@comparativeheritage.org