Call for Contributors: John F. Kennedy and the Third World
We invite proposals from scholars and advanced graduate students to be contributors for a book project of compiled essays on Kennedy administration policies towards the “Third World.” Chapter proposals from scholars of any discipline focusing on U.S. policy towards Africa, Asia, Latin America, or the Middle East from 1961-1963 will be considered. Proposals can take a transnational or regional approach or focus solely on one state.
Scholars interested in being a contributor are invited to submit a proposal including a CV and a 1-2 page abstract detailing the intended subject, thesis, and sources used in the proposed submission by August 15, 2011. Previously published material will be considered for this project. Editors will inform applicants whether their proposal has been tentatively accepted for the project in September. Authors of accepted proposals should submit their essays of between 5,000-10,000 words (including notes), by March 1, 2012.
Please submit your abstracts electronically in MS Word compatible format to the volume’s editors: Phil Muehlenbeck (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rob Rakove (email@example.com)
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