Queer Pop in Post-2000 China
journals and collections of essays
Queer Pop in Post-2000 China
Dr. Sarah Richards
The intersection of childhood with multiple social and political institutions can provide insight into how childhood and children have historically been positioned and how such genealogical positioning continues to inform childhood and the lives of children today. We seek papers that highlight changed and changing ideas about children and childhood not only within formal and informal institutions where childhood is situated such as school and the family, but also in relation to certain themes such as technology, sexuality, migration and war.
This call is to solicit chapter proposals for an edited volume of scholarship about Frank Herbert’s Dune saga.
I am seeking submissions for Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis, a book collection of edited essays. Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis will contribute to the discourse on scholar and civil rights activist Angela Y. Davis by being the first interdisciplinary book of critical essays to focus primarily on Angela Y. Davis. The book will consist of essays analyzing books, essays, and/or speeches by Angela Y. Davis and essays examining representations of Angela Y.
Call for Papers: Queer Surveillance
Special Issue of Surveillance & Society
Edited by Gary Kafer and Daniel Grinberg
Submission deadline: December 1, 2018 for publication September 2019.
We look forward to announcing a series of special issues commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of The Wordsworth Circle and its transfer to the University of Chicago Press. For now, a call for papers for the spring issue, Vol.50, number 2, 2019. The topic: Romantic Elements: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. Essays of 6 to 8,000 words will be considered up to March 1, 2019. Please address requests guidelines or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marilyn Gaull, Editor
This volume will explore ‘ordinary writing’ – that is, ‘writing that is typically unseen or ignored and is primarily defined by its status as discardable’ – as an important new way in which to approach the power and identity of marginalised groups in Edwardian Britain (1901-1914). The Edwardian era is often described as a period of intense social conflict and upheaval marked by a heightened awareness of class consciousness, inequality and poverty. Vast social, political and economic changes led to an increasing mobilisation of the lower classes and women, while also bringing about a rise in the number of anarchists and revolutionaries.
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Luke Waltzer, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Lisa Brundage, Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
Teresa Ober, The Graduate Center, CUNY
I am seeking proposals for chapters to complete an edited collection on literary, cinematic, and televisual treatments of Donald Trump, tentatively titled Trump Fiction: Essays on Donald Trump in Literature, Film, and Television.
Contributors must have a PhD.
Call for Papers: Seeking Book Chapters
Deadline for submissions: November 1, 2018
Amber E. George & Russell W. Waltz
Contact email: email@example.com
Critical Pedagogical Strategies to Transcend Hegemonic Masculinity