CFP: Special Edition of Mai: Journal of Feminism and Visual Culture – ‘Feminist and Queer Perspectives on Sex in Contemporary Film and TV’ The newly founded feminist and LGBTQIA+ journal Mai is seeking contributions to its special edition, which revolves around ‘Feminist and Queer Perspectives on Sex in Contemporary Film and TV’. Mai is a new journal founded and edited by Anna Backman Rogers (Senior Lecturer in Feminist Philosophy and Visual Culture, University of Gothenburg, Sweden) and is named after the Swedish feminist filmmaker Mai Zetterling. The journal aims to become the basis for an intersectional feminist and queer collective of scholars, writers, artists and activists.
For its upcoming issue, Voyages: Journal of Contemporary Humanism welcomes essays, brief reflections, interviews (written and/or filmed), creative works (poetry, fiction, memoirs, visual arts) that engage with authoritarianism in contemporary culture.
Call for Papers
The 7th Issue of Localities
Call for Local Stories for the 7th Issue of Localities
The PhD Program in Media Research (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) and the PhD Program in Communication (Universitat Jaume I de Castellón) are glad to announce an international PhD Workshop for predoctoral researchers on Communication.
Mirror, Mirror: Perceptions, Deceptions, and Reflections in Time (International Conference)
Type: Calls For Papers
Posted by: London Centre for Interdisciplinary Research
Deadline: Sat, September 30th, 2017
After winning a presidential race characterized by scandal and bigotry, President Donald Trump has set his sights on undocumented migrants, some of whom have lived in relative safety under President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACAmented youth are being detained and deported while Trump’s executive orders targeting undocumented persons are newly punishing sanctuary cities and mobilizing funds to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
The Literary Legacy of Rachel Carson
This panel seeks papers that consider the work of Rachel Carson from both literary and environmental perspectives -- that explore its growing critical possibilities and theoretical potentials -- and that address Carson's influence on contemporary artists and writers.
HISTORICIZING VIOLENCE: THE CONTESTED HISTORIES OF PRESENT DAY CONFLICT
ROME , 22-24 NOVEMBER 2017
Convened by the Centre for the History of Violence, University of Newcastle (Australia)