CFP: Cinema Journal In Focus Section on "Comedy and Humor"
Capstones are an established part of undergraduate curricula. Often a requirement in degree programs, these investigative and research-based projects stress relevance and practicality. They are, thus, often promoted as necessities; they demand critical thinking, clear analytic writing, methodological application, and for those projects collaborative in their structure, teamwork and negotiation. Capstones encourage inventive and imaginative thought, reinforcing activities we associate with what we might call the ideal “humanist” – philosophically and ethically engaged, socially aware, and community minded.
CFP: CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 19:5 (2017)
Vol. 19 No. 5 | December 2017
Call for Papers
Special Issue - “Suffering, Endurance, Understanding: New Discourses in Philosophy and Literature. Eds. Frank Stevenson, Douglas Berman, Emily Chow.
Deadline for Submissions: August 15, 2017 (extended from June 15)
The 49th NeMLA Annual ConventionApril 12-15, 2018 Pittsburgh, PA
This panel seeks to investigate particular narrative strategies of describing the non-human experience in literature, drama, philosophy, and art throughout the ages (not simply the 21st century). Papers for this panel are invited to reflect the following questions: how are ideas of the non-human transmitted in literature, art, and other media and how can we assess them? What trends, novel methods, gaps, or fallbacks are present as humans attempt to understand the other? Further, how do narrative strategies across media or time periods compare or contrast?
Possible approaches to investigating narrative strategies may include but are non limited to:
When Objects 'Write Back': Rethinking Material Culture in the Tricontinent
Debt in History
Department of English
University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
18-19 May 2018
Alternative Careers for PhDs in the Humanities
Ohio State University
September 8-9, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS: The graduate students in the Department of Comparative Studies at The Ohio State University welcome proposals around the topic of alternative careers for PhDs in the humanities.
Keynote Speaker: Romand Coles, Professor of Political Theory and Practice, Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University. Professor Coles is a scholar-activist who works at the intersections of continental and critical philosophy, radical democratic theory, and various modes of political organizing and activism.
Extended Deadline: October 1, 2017
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Modifying the Black (Self) Body through Science and Technology, a Historical and Social Context
Editor: Melvin G. Hill
The Waldensians in the Medieval and Early Modern European Context
9th-10th February 2018
Trinity College Dublin
Call for Paper
Values in Contemporary “High-End” Episodic and Serial Drama
For this potential anthology with an academic press, the editors invite essays addressing cultural and production values of post-2000 episodic and serial dramas (cable, network, streaming) in view of their ambition to dissolve or minimize oppositions between high and low culture.