Philosophy, being untimely, is inexorably embedded in time, dedicated to the future. For Chiasma's third issue, we will look for essays engaging with the future – as an object for philosophy, as a hermeneutic of philosophy, and also in terms of the future of philosophy – from an interdisciplinary background.
The International Conference "War Reflections: Precedents and Consequences of WWII in Literature and the Arts" sets out to study works of literature, cinema, music and the visual arts related to the Second World War and the consequences derived from it.
This interdisciplinary conference intends to be a meeting point for specialists in literature and different arts in order to foster debate around the artistic representations of WWII. Thus, we propose new approaches to a historical event that has had great impact not only on society, politics, and history, but also on literature and the arts.
Want to write for us?
We have a rolling submissions policy.
Lehigh Valley Vanguard was started to give a "voice to the voiceless."
This means subverting the neoliberal paradigm to make way for new modes of relating.
This also means when you send something in, you WILL hear back.
Writing we admire as a model:
Anything published by Semiotexte, Roxane Gay, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Noam Chomsky.
French political thought in general. Revolutionaries, renegades, critical thinkers.
Submissions in PROSE
The 18th annual conference of the Space Between Society focuses on the concept of surveillance—watching, listening, recording—as it relates to literature, art, history, music, theatre, media, and spatial or material culture between 1914 and 1945. From the rise of totalitarianism to the dwindling borders of the British Empire, global citizens were under constant scrutiny as governments, artists, and documentarians developed new ways of listening in.
Shifting Tides, Anxious Borders: A Graduate Student Conference
in Transnational American Studies (7th Annual) at Binghamton University
Theme: "Occupying Nations and Exceptional (dis)Placements"
Date: Saturday, April 9, 2016
Keynote: Professor Anne McClintock
Deadline for Proposal Submission: March 2nd, 2016
Social Justice for LGBTQ Identities in the Borderlands/Justicia Social para las Identidades LGBTQ en la Región Fronteriza
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, March 21-25, 2016
Call for Proposals/Convocatoria para propuestas
Submission deadline/Plazo: December 14, 2015 / 14 diciembre 2015
SUBMIT PROPOSALS HERE: http://artsci.nmsu.edu/en/forms/call-for-proposal-jpt-symposium
Keynote: "A Tale of Deliveries"
Rey Chow, Duke University
Thursday, March 10, 2015 at 5:00pm
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: Dec 15, 2015.
The Committee on Social Theory at the University of Kentucky is excited to announce our forthcoming project, the website "Why Social Theory?"
This site is designed to become the premiere source for scholars on the subject of Social Theory. As part of the website, we are designing a resource of pedagogical materials for a section on teaching. These contributions can include:
Roots and Routes: Exploring Movement, Mobility, and Belonging
Date: 20-21 May.
Location: UBC, Vancouver, Canada.
Deadline for Abstracts: 31 January 2016
Keynote Speakers: Caren Kaplan, University of California, Davis and Miranda Burgess, University of British Columbia.
What does it mean to be from a place or a position? To move from one position to another? What does it mean to be "moved" by an aesthetic experience?