Date: Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 11:00am to Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 6:30pm
gender studies and sexuality
Navigating between virtual/physical environments and information bubbles
8 – 10 September 2019
This panel invites participants to consider how language is used in literature, film, music, video games, graphic novels, politics, and/or performance art to create, challenge, and codify queer identity.
Date: June 8–9, 2019
Venue: Kansai University, Osaka, Japan
Confirmed keynote speaker: Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht University)
Male (Un)Bonding: Men, Masculinities, and Homosocial Troubles
A Research Development Workshop and Interdisciplinary Networking Event
13-15 June 2019, Bush House, King’s College London
In Gender Trouble, Judith Butler famously asserts that “gender is a “stylized repetition of acts” that are not only contingent on the public reception of that style, but also on the way in which the repetition “conceals its genesis,” where the “it” is the presumed “being” of (a) gender. T.S.
Duality, Double-Entendre, and Double-Meanings in Marie Nimier's Œuvre
The Museum of Science Fiction is accepting 250-word proposals for 15-20 minute papers to be presented at this year’s Escape Velocity Conference in National Harbor Maryland, May 24th – 26th, 2019.
FOLK HORROR IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Folk Horror in the 21st Century, is a two-day conference to be hosted by Falmouth University (UK) on Thursday September 5 and Friday September 6, 2019. The conference organizers Ruth Heholt (Falmouth University, UK) and Dawn Keetley (Lehigh University, USA) invite proposals on all aspects of folk horror, in all periods, across all regions and in all mediums, exploring the meanings and manifestations of the folk horror renaissance in the 21st century.
Keynote and plenary speakers: Tanya Krzywinska (Falmouth University), Catherine Spooner (Lancaster University) and Bernice Murphy (Trinity College Dublin).