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Dear H-TURK subscribers ,Please consider submitting articles and/or ideas for multi-article/special themed sections that touch on Ottoman and/or Turkish studies to CSSAAME. It is a great opportunity for dialogue within and beyond the field All best, Christine Philliou Columbia University CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (CSSAAME, fondly known as “sesame”) invites scholars to submit academic articles and multimedia essays.The journal, which has recently found a new institutional home in Columbia University’s Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies, seeks to bring the study of region into sustained conversation with the humanistic and social science disciplines. How the theories and methods of these disciplines relate to regions, and how regions generate theories and methods of their own are issues of great interest, even urgency, to the contemporary academy. The journal is committed to publishing original research in such areas as well as critical reflection on major debates; comparative or connective scholarship, especially where comparison or connection is itself a subject for theorization; and studies of particular regions where these contribute to larger arguments. While the focus of the journal will be on the early modern, modern, and the contemporary, work from all historical periods will be considered. To submit a manuscript, visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/cssaame/. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not carry book reviews but welcome proposals for our Kitabkhana book forum, which features several invited responses to a single book or set of books.