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CFP: IASPM-US 2020

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    Mark Butler
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    This is the call for papers for the 2020 meeting of IASPM-US in Ann Arbor (see also attached). The submission deadline is October 1. As stated in the call, “IASPM-US is a multidisciplinary organization, and invites proposals from and across all fields of scholarly inquiry.”

    All best,

    Mark Butler

    Northwestern University

     

     

     

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