The National Economic Association (NEA) and the American Society of Hispanic Economists (ASHE) announce and invite paper submissions for their fourth annual interdisciplinary summer conference August 10-12th, 2017. This year’s theme is: Freedom and Justice: Jobs, Economic Security, and Inclusion. The conference will be held at and co-sponsored by John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the New School in New York City. The Freedom and Justice Conference is a social justice conference that attracts a small group of scholars who are dedicated to discussing pressing economic problems and their solutions for communities of color.
Opaline publishes short fiction, poetry, drama, personal essays and visual art by the LGBTQ/Allies community, women, people with disabilities, and other minority groups. Opaline is a program of Arttitude, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting change and acceptance through visibility for the LGBT and minority communities using art and creative writing to shine light on the narratives of those marginalized in American culture.
If you are interested in submitting work for publication, please see the below guidelines and current theme
Call for Proposals: Race/Gender/Class/Media 4.0: Considering Diversity Across Audiences, Content, and Producers (Rebecca Ann Lind, Editor).
Special Relationships: Poetry Across the Atlantic Since 2000
Deadline Extended: Deadline for Submissions March 3
We are delighted to announce the Call for Papers for Special Relationships: Poetry Across the Atlantic Since 2000, a one-day symposium exploring the interstices of poetics in the circum-Atlantic region since 2000, to be held at the Rothermere American Institute at the University of Oxford on May 19, 2017.
THINKING ITS PRESENCE 2017
OCTOBER 19 - 21, 2017
The University of Arizona Poetry Center
PROPOSAL, READING/PERFORMANCE, AND PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
MLA 2018 (4-7 Jan, NYC) The 19th-century American forum is seeking abstracts for a panel proposal onDebilitating Spaces. This panel will interrogate geographies of physical or psycho-social debilitation across the long nineteenth century. How did spatial configurations of race, class, gender, sexuality, able-bodiedness, and environment distribute and/or inflect experiences of debilitation? Please send an abstract, contact info, and a brief bio to Hsuan L. Hsu (hsuanLhsu@gmail.com) by March 15.
Call for Papers
Friday, December 1st 2017
Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, FRANCE
Proposals should include a 300 word long abstract and a short bio-bibliography and should be sent by April 28, 2017 to Hélène Charlery (email@example.com) and Aurélie Guillain (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Special musicological issue on the topic “Music and Popularity”
A reminder that applications for the 2017 Mellon School of Theater and Performance Research are due on March 1, 2017. Please see additional information below.