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  • Ann Popplestone
    ... From: Greg Osborn [SMTP:gto@cisunix.unh.edu] Sent: Monday, March 08, 1999 3:14 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject: Call for Papers:
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      From: Greg Osborn [SMTP:gto@...]
      Sent: Monday, March 08, 1999 3:14 PM
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      Subject: Call for Papers: Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power

      Call for papers
      Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power

      Identities offers participation in a world-wide forum on the relationship
      between cultural representations and structures of power

      -Provides all manuscripts with constructive critiques from a global
      community of peer reviewers
      -Welcomes submissions from scholars investigating the racial, ethnic,
      national, and gender identities within political and economic hierarchies
      - Publishes groundbreaking work from both established and emerging scholars
      -Advances ethnographic approaches to cultural studies
      - Reviews recent significant books and media that explore the relationships
      between culture and power
      - Often places individually submitted articles in an issue organized on a
      particular theme, highlighting the significance of scholarly work and
      providing topics with a coherent and comparative overview that appeals to a
      global readership. These thematic issues are excellent vehicles for
      classroom instruction.

      Recent thematic issues include:
      -Surviving Gendered Structures of Violence
      -Indigenous People/Global Terrain
      -Race and Place
      -Regimes of Truth
      -Differentiating Powers
      -Transnational Processes/Situated Identities

      Identities responds to the paradox of our time: the growth of a global
      economy and transnational movements of populations produce or perpetuate
      distinctive cultural practices and differentiated identities. The journal
      illuminates the relationship between culture and power, moving the field of
      ethnic studies beyond descriptions of cultural diversity. We examine the
      collective representations of social, racialized, ethnic, political,
      economic, and cultural boundaries as aspects of processes of domination,
      struggle, and resistance, and probe the class structures and gender
      relations that remain integral to both maintaining and challenging

      Editor: Nina Glick Schiller, University of New Hampshire
      Associate editors: Richard E. Downs and Barbara K. Larson, University of New
      Book review editors: Eva Friedlander and Johanna Lessinger
      Editorial board members: Linda Basch, Jeremy Beckett, Cristina Szanton
      Blanc, Carolle Charles, Partha Chatterjee, Malcolm Cross, Virginia
      Dominguez, Bela Feldman-Bianco, Richard Fox, Ulf Hannerz, Faye Harrison,
      Daniel Mato, Aihwa Ong, Yoshinobu Ota, Rhoda Reddock, Palmira Rios, Gerald
      Sider, Ida Susser, Constance Sutton, Katherine Verdery, Brackette Williams

      To submit manuscripts:
      Huddleston Hall, Room 306
      University of New Hampshire
      Durham, NH 03824
      Tel.: 603-862-0145, Fax: 603-862-1131

      To subscribe by e-mail from the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa,
      and Australia: Info@...
      >From Asia: ipdmktg@...
      >From Japan: yohansg@...

      To submit a manuscript, forward five copies with an abstract of 150 words,
      and five key words, to Dr. Nina Glick Schiller. Articles are anonymously
      reviewed. The preferred length is 20 to 40 manuscript pages. Type
      manuscripts, endnotes, and references on one side of the paper only,
      double-spaced, with one-inch margins on 8 ? x 11 inch (23.6 x 28 cm) or two
      quatro (A4). Manuscript pages must be numbered. A style guide is available
      upon request.

      _________________________Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power
      Department of Anthropology
      306 Huddleston Hall
      University of New Hampshire Phone: (603) 862-0145
      Durham, NH 03824 Fax: (603)

      Greg T. Osborn
      Editorial Intern

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