University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History is an innovative, refereed on-line journal that seeks to provide a medium for publication in the postgraduate community and to disseminate creative, critical, and inter-disciplinary historical research. By doing so we hope to provide a forum for the regular exchange of ideas amongst the international postgraduate community and those who have recently been awarded doctorates on topics of historical interest.
We are currently inviting articles for submission for Issue 8, Winter 2005, which will be on the theme ‘Activism and Social Movements’. Deadline 15th December 2004.
The aim of this issue is to encourage post-graduate and post-doctoral contemporary historians to engage in this debate on political culture. We hope to publish work that reflects a dialogue between political and social or cultural history through a variety of areas in space and time. Suggested subjects are trade unionism, race, gender, sexuality, globalisation, anti-war movements, politics of the academia etc. We encourage submissions on any area connected to the main topic.
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