CALL FOR ARTICLES ON RADICALISM
CALL FOR ARTICLES ON RADICALISM
Call for Papers
Realms of Royalty: New Directions in Researching Contemporary European Monarchies
International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture│Justus Liebig University Giessen
20 & 21 April 2017
“I hope people will remember me as one who did her best - and who wasn't an anachronism.”
[Queen Margrethe II, Facebook Post on1 September 2014]
“But I see the world has changed. And one must modernise.”
[Helen Mirren, The Queen, 2006]
"Staging the Undead"
Extended deadline to September 1st to allow reflection on the recent 'Brexit'Migration, Transnationalism and the Cultural Logic of Global Identity A special issue of the American, British and Canadian Studies Journalfull name / name of organization: Academic Anglophone Society of Romaniacontact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest Editor: Dr. Susan Flynn, University of the Arts, London
This panel seeks to investigate how we can (re)read classic American novels when analyzing them via secondary/minor characters. For example, how does the town of Maycomb change when read through Jack Finch? Does Jordan Baker give us insight into The Great Gatsby that no other character provides? Secondary characters are often overlooked when teaching and/or researching classic American novels, and this panel seeks to remedy that problem. By exhuming the often maligned supporting cast, we can see classic novels with fresh eyes, deepening our understanding of canonical stories while illuminating new ways of teaching these novels to our students.
American Academy of Religion (AARWR), Western Region, Jewish Studies UnitLoyala Marymount University, Los Angeles, CaliforniaAddress: 1 LMU Drive, Lost Angeles, CA 90045March 10-12, 2017Conference Theme:
Religion, Race, and Racism Jewish Studies Unit: ADDENDUM: Because of the recent death of Elie Wiesel, the Jewish Studies Unit also invites papers regarding his many contributions.
A SUITCASE OF HER OWN: WOMEN AND TRAVEL
International Conference organised by the Department of Postcolonial Studies and Travel Literatures, Institute of English Cultures and Literatures, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Szczyrk, META Hotel, 20 – 23 September 2017
Confirmed Plenary Speakers:
Sarah Le Fanu, author and broadcaster (S is for Samora: A Lexical Biography of Samora Machel and the Mozambican Dream,2012; Dreaming of Rose: A Biographer’s Journal, 2013)
Olga Tokarczuk, author (Księgi Jakubowe, 2014; Bieguni, 2007; Dom dzienny, dom nocny, 1998)
CFP for the "On Breath"-Panel at the ACLA Convention 2017, University of Utrecht, June 6-9 2017
“Under these conditions, the individual’s breathing is an observed, an occupied breathing. It is a combat breathing.” (Frantz Fanon)
“Das Gedicht bleibt [...] pneumatisch berührbar.” (Paul Celan)
“The HEART, by way of the BREATH, to the LINE.” (Charles Olson)
“Pas de parole sans air qui la véhicule.” (Luce Irigaray)
“Je suis un respirateur.” (Marcel Duchamp)
DisArt Symposium: Disability Arts Now
Attention: Symposium Dates Changed
April 6-8, 2017
Why are we changing the dates?
Call for proposals
Call for Papers: Intersections of Whiteness, Ruhr-University Bochum and TU Dortmund, January 11-13, 2017
Deadline: July 31, 2016
Family is most often presented as a shelter from social disturbances that threaten its very existence, but in which individuals, assaulted by existential issues regain their balance and draw energy for each coming day. But family is likewise a breeding ground for social pathologies rather than their mere recepient. And if so, which one predates and influences the other? While this may be a chicken and egg dilemma, it is also a valid proposition for discussion.
2016 World Picture Conference
University of Cambridge
13 & 14 December 2016
(Freie Universität Berlin)
Emerging as a result of the international popularity of American and British detective novels in the 19th and early 20th century, the crime film has fascinated filmmakers and audiences since the early days of cinema because of its thrilling subject matter and commentary on the consequences of urban and industrial modernization. This genre, thus, adapts and translates well into different cultural contexts and appealing beyond a film’s domestic audience. Furthermore, it provides a means for filmmakers to cultivate their style and influence cinemas outside their countries of origin through their use of and perhaps reimagining of established genre conventions.
X-Certificate British Cinema of the Long 1960s
We propose a co-edited special issue of an REF-calibrated print journal on the subject of British films of the “long 1960s” that sought or seemed to explore the changing mores of society, and were given a BBFC “X” certificate for doing so.
We define the “long 1960s” as approximately 1958-1971, as paralleled to the tenure of noted BBFC secretary of the board, John Trevelyan. Films awarded an X-certificate are searchable via here: http://www.bbfc.co.uk/ (“Advanced search”)