Original, innovative and unpublished articles of high quality are invited for the open issue (Vol. 2, Issue 3; Dec. 2015) of "The Apollonian A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies" [http://theapollonian.in].
The articles are supposed to be interdisciplinary but must fall within the scope of Humanities.
Last date of submission: 30 Nov. 2015.
Please follow "Submission Guidelines" carefully before submitting your article.
Submission must be made electronically as MS Word file attachment to: email@example.com
There is NO publication fee.
Filths savor nothing but themselves.
—William Shakespeare, King Lear (1603)
With this call for content the multimedia journal KEEP IT DIRTY is announcing its new volume, "Filth." The volume, a critical project related to "filth," will be published online at http://keepitdirty.org/ starting December 2015. Submissions of text, audio, still images, video and other formats are welcome, provided they are complete at the time of submission and are somehow related to the concept—or more accurately, the nonconcept—of "filth."
The deadline for abstracts of proposed papers for this year's SCSECS meeting (South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies) in Oklahoma City has been extended to November 30, 2015.
An updated list of proposed panels is available at http://www.scsecs.net/scsecs/2016/panels.html Panel chairs have been asked to forward any proposals that will not fit on a full panel to the conference organizer.
Cultures of Commerce in The Global Eighteenth Century
Vol. 3, no. 1
A renewed focus on eighteenth-century commerce and the way commercial networks facilitated the exchange of both goods and of ideas is a recent development in the globalized long eighteenth century (1660–1830). Global Review: A Biannual Special Topics Journal will publish a special issue on "Cultures of Commerce in the Globalized Eighteenth Century."
Call for Papers:
Arab Culture in the U.S.
Southwest Popular/American Culture Association
February 10-13, 2016
Hyatt Regency Hotel & Conference Center downtown
Proposal submission deadline: November 1, 2015
The Southwest Popular / American Culture
Association will hold its 37th annual meeting in Albuquerque,
New Mexico, February 10-13, 2016.
No-Fly Zones and Molotov Cocktails
18th Annual Graduate Student Conference
March 10-12, 2016
Western University, London, Ontario, Canada
The Graduate Programs in Comparative Literature,
Hispanic Studies, and Theory & Criticism
at Western University invite you to take up the topic "No-Fly Zones and Molotov Cocktails" at the 18th Annual Graduate Student Conference to be held from March 10-12, 2016 in London, Ontario, Canada.
In 1974, at a time when gender studies were investing several disciplines and departments of American colleges and universities, Sandra L. Bem, a researcher in social psychology, elaborated the Bem Sex Role Inventory (B.S.R.I). Made up of 20 items, the inventory invited participants to determine the degree to which they embraced and identified with the social and cultural gender roles as they had been framed in the 1970s American society. Out of her research, Sandra Bem developed the concept of psychological androgyny and posited that an individual's psychological balance was reached by the latter's capacity to find an intermediary position between the "masculine" and the "feminine".
Dr Nadine Muller (Liverpool John Moores University)
Swinburne's _Poems and Ballads_ at 150
a conference to be held at St John's College, Cambridge (UK) on the 29-30 July 2016
Call for Papers:
William Michael Rossetti writes: 'If Shelley is "the poet for poets", Swinburne might not unaptly be termed 'the poet for poetic students':
'His writings exercise a great fascination over qualified readers, and excite a very real enthusiasm for them: but these readers are not of that wide, popular, indiscriminate class who come to be moved by the subject matter, the affectingly told story. Mr. Swinburne's readers are of another and a more restricted order... [who prize] the beauty of execution'.