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UCL Press announces new open access Modern Americas series

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UCL Press

UCL Press publishes a variety of series to meet the needs of today's academics. Its open access  Modern Americas series publishes books on the culture, politics, and history of the Americas from the nineteenth century to the present day. The series aims to foster national, international, trans-national, and comparative approaches to topics in the region, including those that bridge geographical and/or disciplinary divides, such as between the disparate parts of the hemisphere covered by the series (the US, Latin America, Canada, and the Caribbean) or between the humanities and social/natural sciences. 

Kevin Middlebrook Radio FM4 Interview on outcome of Venezuela December 11 Elections

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Professor Kevin Middlebrook

Kevin Middlebrook, Professor of Latin American Politics at UCL Institute of the Americas, talks to Austria's Radio FM4 News Rosie Waites about the implications of outcome of the mayoral elections that took place in Venezuela on December 11 2017, which could see opposition parties banned from participating in the next presidential election.

The battle over 'gender ideology': an IPS Journal interview with Maxine Molyneux

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Professor Maxine Molyneux

Read the interview with Maxine Molyneux on anti-feminist movements in Latin America, recently published in the online magazine International Politics and Society . A Spanish version is also available in their sister magazine, Nueva Sociedad.

British Academy Visiting Fellowships - call open

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British Academy

UCL Institute of the Americas is pleased to announce the opening of the call for this scheme. The British Academy is providing academics based in any country overseas (and active at any career stage and in any discipline within the humanities and the social sciences) with the opportunity to be based at a UK higher education or other research institution of their choice for up to six months. Visiting Fellows will work with colleagues at UK host institutions in order to develop new research collaborations and/or deepen existing partnerships.  These Visiting Fellowships are supported by the Rutherford Fund, which aims to help maintain the UK’s position as a world leader in science and research by attracting highly skilled researchers to the UK. Launched in July 2017, the Fund includes more than £100 million over the next four years to support the provision of fellowships for international research talent. Read more here.

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