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  • With entries on the ECPR, its publications and activities, this site is an important source of information for political scientists. It disseminates academic research through journals such as European Political Science, and provides information on conferences, summer courses and workshops, as well as graduate networks. It has links to a variety of relevant events and publications, and includes useful information on funding, scholarships and awards. The information is, however, only presented (…)
  • Launched in March 2003, this site is the most extensive virtual encyclopedia on LGBT and queer culture, with contributions by artists, academics, and other professionals. Subjects are organised under three main topics: arts, literature, social sciences. Other sections include an open access discussion forum on specific areas of interest, interviews with artists and activists, as well as audiovisual resources and a list of thematic publications.
  • These two webpages, hosted by the Social Science Research Council, are platforms for sharing information and debating ideas on issues of risk, as well as on the causes, impact and aftermath of hurricane Katrina in the US. The Social Science Research Council is a New York based nonprofit organisation devoted to the development of social science research and scholarship oriented to practical intervention in public policies and the public space.The two websites offer a collection of themati(…)
  • The Modernist Studies Association, created in 1998 as a discussion forum open to contemporary interdisciplinary dynamics, testifies to the increasing vitality of studies on Modernism. Its main programmatic aim is the study of the arts in their social, political, cultural and intellectual contexts from the late 19th to the mid-20th century. Among other activities, it organizes an annual conference and publishes the journal Modernism/Modernity (four issues per year), at present the most relevan(…)
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