Pendant les dix années qui séparent les émeutes de 2005 des attentats de 2015, une production culturelle (littéraire, cinématographique, artistique et musicale) a vu le jour en France. La jeunesse issue de l’immigration post-coloniale investit l’espace de débat public pour dire la société française, ou plus exactement une composante sociale relevant de l’espace urbain de banlieue : cette littérature lève le voile sur la ghettoïsation géographique, physique, mentale, et psychique de certaines banlieues, ainsi que sur les injustices polymorphes qui font d’elles des lieux de relégation « à perpétuité ». Elle questionne les droits réservés à ses habitants, citoyens de la France mais se trouvant pourtant en situation d’exclusion.
Venue: University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Date: Thursday 13th July – Friday 14th July, 2017
Keynote Speaker: Associate Professor Eric Adams, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta
Although experiences of disability have been an integral part of American life, disability has traditionally been approached as a research object in medicine and the social and rehabilitative sciences and, as Brenda Brueggemann maintains, continues to be dominated by the medical discourse up until today despite an increase in alternative approaches. Ann Jurecic has argue that well until the second half of the century, little attention had indeed been devoted to individuals' first-person perspectives on their bodies and selves as well as on a disabling social and physical surrounding.
Futures Near and Far: Utopia, Dystopia, and Futurity
Keynote Speakers: Dr. Phillip Wegner, University of Florida Marston-Milbauer Eminent Scholar and Dr. Carolyn Lesjak, Simon Fraser University
Alumna Speaker: Dr. Nivedita Majumdar, John Jay College - CUNY
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 16TH
2017 Michigan State University Comics Forum Call for Papers
The Michigan State University Comics Forum - http://comicsforum.msu.edu - is an annual even that brings together scholars, creators, and fans in order to explore and celebrate the medium of comics, graphic storytelling, and sequential art. This year, we are celebrating our tenth anniversary, and the multiday event is scheduled to take place during the week of February 20-26, 2017 at the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities in Snyder/Phillips Hall on the campus of Michigan State University.
CALL FOR PAPERS for Congress 2017 ACCUTE & CSDH-SCHN joint panel
Canada’s 2017 Copyright Review: Academics’ Perspectives
Do you have a unique research topic? Are you working on a thesis or dissertation? Would you like to gain experience presenting your research as well as network with your peers? If so, Critical Voices welcomes you!
Submit a project or presentation at the sixth annual Critical Voices Conference. This conference, which will host both graduate and undergraduate presenters, is open to all departments in the school of Arts & Sciences, including: English, History, Philosophy, and Religion, as well as Psychology, Sociology, and Political Science.
Word, Image, Digital
a one-day symposium
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Keynote Speaker: Michaela Mahlberg (University of Birmingham)
Persons, Intimacy and Love
4th Global Meeting
Call for Presentations 2017
A Gender and Sexuality Research Stream
Tuesday 4th April – Thursday 6th April 2017
1st Global Meeting
Call for Participation 2017
A Gender and Sexuality Project Research Stream
Saturday 1st April – Monday 3rd April 2017