Queer Pop in Post-2000 China
gender studies and sexuality
Queer Pop in Post-2000 China
CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS IN HORROR STUDIES
Series editor: Dawn Keetley
Lehigh University Press is introducing a new series, Critical Conversations in Horror Studies, edited by Dawn Keetley, Professor of English at Lehigh University. We are seeking manuscripts in all areas of horror studies, broadly defined.
I am seeking submissions for Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis, a book collection of edited essays. Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis will contribute to the discourse on scholar and civil rights activist Angela Y. Davis by being the first interdisciplinary book of critical essays to focus primarily on Angela Y. Davis. The book will consist of essays analyzing books, essays, and/or speeches by Angela Y. Davis and essays examining representations of Angela Y.
Apollon intends to publish superior examples of undergraduate humanities research from a variety of disciplines as well as intellectual approaches.
ACCUTE Member-Organized Panel: New Monstrosities: New Approaches to 19th-Century Monsters
Panel Organizers: Alicia Alves and Lin Young
Congress, University of British Columbia, June 1-4, 2019
The “quality” and “post-quality” television moments of the early twenty-first century have resulted in a number of television shows that engage with gender in interesting ways, some advancing critiques of feminism or post-feminism (UnReal, The Handmaid’s Tale), others offering new ways of thinking about genderqueer and transitioning individuals (Transparent, RuPaul’s Drag Race), and still others thinking about gender at the intersections of race, education, and socioeconomic status (Insecure, Atlanta).
ACCUTE Member-Organized Panel: "Subversive Intimacies, Unsettling Encounters"
Organizer: Sarah Kent, Queen's University
June 1-4, 2019: Congress at the University of British Columbia.
We invite abstracts for chapters that explore protest and resistance in relation to Brexit Britain and the Trump-era United States. We are interested in media created in response to these seismic periods of political change, media created in the period leading up to them, and media that more broadly deals with themes related to populism, politics, and power. As well as discussing media that can be seen as protest or resistance, this collection will consider media forms that fail to resist, or those that merely hint at protest. In doing this we can also consider the responsibility of media creators to engage in and respond to political shifts and crises.
LGBTQ Comics Reader: Critical Challenges, Future Directions
CFP: LGBTQ Comics Studies Reader (University of Mississippi Press)
Call for Papers: Queer Surveillance
Special Issue of Surveillance & Society
Edited by Gary Kafer and Daniel Grinberg
Submission deadline: December 1, 2018 for publication September 2019.