Essays of c. 7000 words are invited for a special issue of Early Modern Literary Studies on domestic tragedy. Possible topics might include individual plays (e.g. Arden of Faversham, A Warning for Fair Women, The English Traveller, A Woman Killed with Kindness, The Miseries of Enforced Marriage, Two Lamentable Tragedies); lost domestic tragedies (e.g.
journals and collections of essays
Call for Papers
[Inter]sections is an annual double-blind peer reviewed American studies journal. It is indexed in the MLA Directory of Periodicals, Ulrichsweb, DOAJ, and CEEOL. Oour next deadline for submissions is September 1st, 2017. All submissions will be subjected to a double-blind peer review process. All accepted submissions will be included in [Inter]sections No. 20 (2017).
Plur·al·ity Press seeks unpublished short essays and scholarly articles for the inaugural issue of its interdisciplinary journal Con·course. The broad theme is Public Modes of Transportation.
Guest editors include: Rachel Robles-Saeger, MA in Psychology and Creative Writing, University at Buffalo. John A. Bateman, MA in English and Innovative Writing, University at Buffalo.
Journal "Lindes. Estudios Sociales del Arte y la Cultura"
Invites to participate to issue N°13 to be published in June 2017.
Collaborations will be accepted until May 21, 2017, in the form of articles, reviews and interviews.
Please submit your manuscripts online:
Books, Publishing & Libraries Research Network: a conference and journal founded in 2003, exploring the histories, traditions, and futures of books, publishing, and libraries.
Topics include: archives, book, data mining, communication and media studies, e-learning, intellectual property, interdisciplinary studies, information science, internet and world wide web, libraries, literacy, museums and heritage, publishing, teaching and learning, writing
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Regarding an ongoing research project at Columbia University, Barnard student Sabrina Singer reflected that when she walks around the campus, now, she wonders: “What else is history going to forget?”[i] The research Singer and her colleagues are doing looks at the historical ties between the institution now educating them and the historical institution of slavery. We were prompted to similar reflections having visited Yale’s Peabody Museum and an exhibit there of Elihu Yale’s gemstones collection. Included in the display is a painting of Yale: he is pictured with a large unfinished diamond ring on his finger, symbolizing Britain’s dominance over India.
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15th May 2017 - ISLAM AND IMAGES
The deadline for submission of abstracts for the next issue of Cinema - Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image has been extended. We welcome abstracts until 15th May 2017.
CINEMA 9 CFP: - Extendend deadline 15th May
Call for Papers
Early Modern Spectacles
(edited by Susanne Gruss & Lena Steveker)
Material culture assumes significance of massive proportions in cultures across the globe by virtue of its ability to trace everyday life and its nuances through the signifying metaphor of objects. The historical trajectories of nations, cultures and communities function in tandem with that of the prevailing material culture(s) in as much as transformations in the latter sphere inevitably represent ruptures or shifts in the former. The stories that objects recount surpass the boundaries of time and space as they transcend both. They function as signifying metaphors, carrying multiple significations of lives lived through and with them.
Belief in Contemporary Global CapitalismDeadline for submissions: 15 January 2018