Sinister Wisdom’s DUMP TRUMP! ISSUE
journals and collections of essays
CALL FOR PAPERS
Seeking submission for an edited collection entitled:
Maternal Activisms (Working Title)
Editor: Reena Shadaan
This CFP calls for critical essays and creative works that address the intersection of disability studies and ecocriticism, or disability and the environment. In terms of critical essays, we will consider analyses of novels, poetry, comics, dance, art, and movies. We will also consider creative works (including creative nonfiction, poetry, and fiction) that center on an exploration of the relationship(s) between disability and the environment.
Announcing The CODEX Papers: a new annual review from the CODEX Foundation
A call for submissions: (First issue forthcoming in the Fall of 2018)
The CODEX Foundation is pleased to announce a new and forthcoming publication, The CODEX Papers, an international review of contemporary book arts. Our editorial brief is to publish papers that promote a clear understanding of the enormously complex and historically rich field of the book arts, including:
Call for papers, The St. John's Humanities Review Spring 2018 Issue
The St. John’s University Humanities Review
Special Issue: “Race, Dystopia, and American Identity”
Deadline for Abstracts: December 15, 2018
Deadline for Submissions: February 15, 2018
Editors: Scott Koski and Catherine C. Saunders
“Race, Dystopia, and American Identity”
A Special Issue of The St. John’s University Humanities Review Spring 2018
This section of the academic journal “Sinestesieonline” is open to contributions about theatre and performing arts in all historical ages, forms and variations, in English, Italian and foreign languages.
“Il Parlaggio” is the name created by Gabriele d’Annunzio for the amphitheatre in Vittoriale – a place of empathy, a cradle of emotions, a crossroads of cultures, a connection between antiquity and contemporaneity, an emblem of the “neverending show”.
What can cinema teach us about labor, in the past, the present or the future? From Workers Leaving the Factory (Louis and Auguste Lumière and Harun Farocki) to the question of automation; from protest and resistance to the rhythms of the workday on screen, cinema has been a laboratory and incubator for ideas about work, value, time, energy, and capital. While this diacritics special issue will focus on cinema, we may also consider work that engages with other screen media cultures as long as cinema remains a point of reference. Essays may focus on specific films, genres, styles; or they may look more broadly at critical theories or limitations of the filmic apparatus to engage labor.
Beginning with the linguistic turn, there have been an increasing number of methodological “turns” in humanities-related fields, including the visual turn, the sonic turn, the corporeal turn, the spectral turn, the ontological turn, the non-human turn, the infrastructure turn, and so forth. This special issue of diacritics proposes to critically examine the phenomenon of the turn, focusing on the way in which it pivots on the juncture of a set of theoretical and methodological considerations.
We invite articles that:
SANE Journal: Sequential Art Narratives in Education
Call for Papers