Computer Science Journals (CSC Journals) invites researchers, editors, scientists & scholars to publish their scientific research papers in an International Journal of Applied Sciences (IJAS) Volume 3, Issue 2.
In season one of the television series The Wire, there are obvious hierarchical connections that create power relations where basic rules of discipline stem from chain-of-command in both the police force and the Barksdale crime syndicate. In these organizations, the superior characters out-rank the inferior ones and their presence as kingpin or Major allows simple control over the lower-ranked officials. The low-rises function in a similar way, but with the added element of a panoptic structure that makes their situation interesting and complex. Jeremy Bentham invented the concept of a Panopticon in the 18th century, which deals with how a particular structure can aid in various disciplinary functions.
American Studies Association conference
Nov 15-18, 2012
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Postracialism and Asian Pacific Americans
The Graduate Student Association of the University of Wisconsin-Madison English Department is pleased to invite papers for the 8th annual MadLit conference to be held March 1-3, 2012. This year's theme, "Visual Memory: Mind, Monument, Metaphor" seeks to investigate the role that vision plays in the creation, recollection, and use of memory as well as to challenge the relationship between optic experience and the visual idioms often used to describe these processes.
Call For Papers
American Literature Association
23rd Annual Convention
May 24- 27, 2012
San Francisco, CA
1. Home and Toni Morrison's Works
In all of her fiction, Morrison examines how the feeling of belonging and a sense of an identity have been put in jeopardy by the perils of history. Her fiction also explores how social, cultural, and political changes produce for individuals a sense of dispossession from their homes. Morrison herself has defined components of home as memory and ancestry as well as citizenship and belonging. We are pleased to accept papers for this panel that conceptualize and/or theorize representations of home; home and identity; home and repressed memory/trauma; and home and nostalgia.
NABMSA's fifth conference will once again bring together scholars and lovers of British music from various academic fields and locales for three days of papers, discussions, and musical performances. The 2012 conference will take place from July 25-28 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Motley View seeks submissions for an upcoming special edition on the construction/representation/articulation of race and/or ethnicity in film, television, music videos and computer games. Possible topics could include:
• The construction of Black/White/Latino/Asian etc identity in the films of a particular directors
• The representation of Britishness in American Television
• The African-American in the family Sitcom
• Native Americans in the Western genre
• Cultural Identity in MMORPGs
• Middle England in Midsommer Murders
• Soviet Culture in American Film
• Jazz culture in Film Noir
The Boston University School of Theology Doctoral Student Association invites submissions to a graduate student conference titled "The End of the World as We Know It? Religious Scholarship on Apocalyptic Themes." The conference will be held the weekend of March 23, 2012 at Boston University. The keynote speaker will be Professor John Collins, Holmes Professor of Old Testament, Yale Divinity School.
Seeking critical essays (20 – 30 pages in length) that read Downton Abbey as a cultural phenomenon -- essays that challenge readers to explore how and why this British television serial about life upstairs and downstairs in a turn-of-the-century manor home resonates with American audiences.
Essays that touch on any of the following topics would be of interest:
The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies is pleased to announce multiple awards for 2012 that are available for scholars conducting research related to the Intermountain West (defined as: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming). Please see the descriptions below or click here for further information and instructions for applying for each award. Applications for 2012 are due March 15. Please help us by forwarding this email to any of your colleagues in western studies who are not on the Redd Center's distribution list. Also, please tell your students who are conducting research on the Intermountain West about our research awards for students.
The Redd Center offers the following awards:
The Walker Percy Center for Writing and Publishing at Loyola University New Orleans is preparing an anthology of scholarly articles on Walker Percy's novel, THE MOVIEGOER, published in 1961. The publication, entitled THE MOVIEGOER at 50, will reassess the novel fifty years after its publication.
gnovis is Georgetown's online peer-reviewed journal devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture and technology. Published electronically three times a year, its mission is to present a forum in which graduate students from around the globe may share cutting edge research on the role of new technologies in politics, art, science, culture, and education. For further information, please visit our website at http://gnovisjournal.org.
A half day symposium at the University of Oxford
Friday 9th March 2012
Keynote Panel Discussion: Kate Clanchy, Sophie Mayer & Jane Yeh
Studia austriaca - An international journal devoted to the study of Austrian culture and literature
Call for Papers
From the next issue on "Studia austriaca" will become an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal hosted by Università degli Studi di Milano under OJS (Open Journal Systems).
The international character of the journal will be emphasized by the breadth of its Editorial Board and by the commitment to publish essays not only in German and Italian, but also in English and other European languages.
Suggestions and proposals for publication are welcome!
Scholars wishing to submit their essays should send their texts to the Editor: