I am looking for one final chapter for the edited collection Contemporary Visual Culture and the Sublime, forthcoming from Routledge in 2017 (https://www.amazon.ca/Contemporary-Culture-Sublime-Temenuga-Trifonova/dp...) as one of my contributors withdrew from the project. The topic is "the urban cinematic sublime" but I am also open to articles on the architectural sublime. Please send a 300 word proposal by the end of September to firstname.lastname@example.org The completed chapter will be due November 10.
This ACLA panel invites proposals on the uses of biographical forms in contemporary fiction. The point of departure of our conversation is the idea of approaching biography as a "dwelling of human experience", to borrow the expression put forth by the German author and filmmaker Alexander Kluge. Kluge characterizes writing as "the only form of preserving human experience independently of time", in a manner that does not leave it "imprisoned in individual biographies". How does contemporary fiction that employs biographical forms approach literary writing as imaginative mediation of the historicity of experience?
Asian Popular Culture / The Asian American Experience is a subject area that covers a wide variety of topics. Proposals for individual papers and panels on Asian popular culture or Asian American life and culture are welcome. The list of topics is suggested, but not limited to:
- Asian American Experience/Identity
- Transcultural Representations in Asian Pop Culture
- Gender and Sexuality
All proposals must be submitted through the conference’s database at http://conference2017.southwestpca.org/
CALL FOR PAPERS for "Julius Caesar, Shakespeare, and the Legitimacy of Rule," a multi-disciplinary conference for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students.
Conference: Friday, November 4, 2016 at the Mansfield campus of Ohio State (Mansfield, OH).
Proposals due: September 26, 2016.
Papers, panels, roundtables, paired presentations, short performances, multi-media experiences, static displays, and other entries of the widest possible submission style are encouraged for this academic conference. One session will include faculty-led discussion tables for work-in-progress.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special issue: Exploring the Intersections of Fashion, Film, and Media
Journal: Networking Knowledge, Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate network
Elizabeth Castaldo Lundén, Stockholm University. email@example.com
Natalie Snoyman, Stockholm University. firstname.lastname@example.org
For the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s ninth annual interdisciplinary graduate student conference, to be held on March 17th and 18th, 2017, we invite proposals for 20-minute discussions on performance and/or space; whether you are exploring the works of Shakespeare, detailing a performance art piece, or applying the works of Judith Butler to a text, we are open to wide variety of interpretations of this theme. Please share your 200 word paper or poster proposals with us at email@example.com by the January 20th deadline.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Caietele Echinox / Echinox Journal / Les Cahiers Echinox
Babeş – Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
www.phantasma.lett.ubbcluj.ro / Caietele Echinox
Volume 33/ 2017
Topics of a lesser grade. For a politics of the ‘leftovers’ in literature
(Sujets dépourvus d'importance. Pour une politique du résiduel en littérature
Subiecte de mică importanţă. Pentru o politică a restului în literature)
Trans/forming the Machine: Feminist Interventions in Digital Poetics
TheatreForum: International Theatre Journal is publishing a special section on disability and performance in its upcoming issue. We publish twice a year with bold color photographs, new plays, and articles on innovative and avant-garde stage performances. This fall we are doing a special section on disability on stage. We are looking for 1,000-1,400 word articles on recent theatrical pieces featuring performers with disabilities. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in writing something. Deadline is October 28, 2016. We pay for work we publish. Below are links to some performances we would love to have covered:
Call for Papers
An Ending of Sorts: Disappearance and Disenchantment in Modernity
The Graduate Students of the Humanities Center of Johns Hopkins University are pleased to announce a conference to be held on March 3 and 4, 2017. We are honored to host keynote speakers Peter Gordon (Amabel B. James Professor of History, Harvard University) and Megan Quigley (Associate Professor of English, Villanova University).