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Call for Book, Art, Film Reviews on "the Gendered Politics of Art" (Aug. 15 deadline)

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 9:22am
Todd A. Comer, Studies in the Humanities

Studies in the Humanities, a peer reviewed journal since 1968, is calling for film, art, or book reviews focused on gender issues (the theme for the upcoming issue is "Representations of, by, and for Women: The Gendered Politics of Art").

The deadline for reviews is August 15, 2014. Reviews of one book or monograph or several works (at least 750 words and no more than 1,000 words) are welcome. Send queries or completed reviews to Todd Comer (tcomer@defiance.edu).

For those interested in a more detailed elaboration of what we entail by our "gendered politics" theme, more information may be found on our web page:

9th Annual Limina Conference - Friday June 20, UWA

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 8:24am
Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies

Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies will hold its 9th Annual Conference at the University of Western Australia (Crawley) on Friday June 20, 2014.
Come along to support Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers as they present their work and speak to the topic of 'Fear and Loathing'.

Friday 20th June 2014 (8AM)
Old Senate Room, UWA
Admission: $20.00
Keynote Address: Assoc. Prof. Ned Curthoys

Tickets at: www.limina.arts.uwa.edu.au/events/conference

[REMINDER] 2014 Queerness and Games CFP, June 15 Deadline

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 6:18pm
The Queerness and Games Conference

Call for Speakers
Deadline June 15, 2014

The Queerness and Games Conference
Theme: "Difference at Play"
UC Berkeley, October 25 and 26, 2014
qgcon.com // @qgcon // qgconference@gmail.com

The second annual Queerness and Games Conference (QGCon), hosted at UC Berkeley on October 25 and October 26, 2014, is happy to invite proposals for conference sessions now through June 15. Applicants will be notified by July 15. To submit, see instructions below.

The Literature of Loss

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 1:50pm
Dr Deirdre Flynn / Limerick Literary Weekend / Mary Immaculate College

The Literature of Loss

Irish literature is filled with loss; the loss of love, of language, of sovereignty, of wealth, of health and of religion. The atmosphere of loss almost haunts the pages and words of the Irish, and leads to questions about the influence of loss, the representation of loss and the meaning of loss. Where does this loss fit in? How has it changed? What impact do chronological, political, economic and geographical changes have on loss?

Othello's Island 2015: The Third Annual Multidisciplinary Conference on the Medieval and Renaissance Periods

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 10:33am
Severis Foundation

Othello's Island 2015
The 3rd Annual Multidisciplinary Conference of Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Organised in association with the Severis Foundation, Nicosia, Cyprus and the Cyprus College of Art

Convenors:

  • James Fitzmaurice, Emeritus Professor of English (Northern Arizona University) and Director of Distance Learning in English (University of Sheffield)
  • Dr Sarah James, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent, School of English
  • Dr Michael Paraskos, Cornaro Institute, Cyprus
  • ​Benedict Read FSA, Research Fellow, University of Leeds School of Fine Art


  • About the Conference:

    Call for Book Reviews on the "Cityscape" and the Urban Experience *FINAL CALL*

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    Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 8:38am
    Todd Comer, Studies in the Humanities

    Studies in the Humanities, a peer reviewed journal since 1968, is calling for book reviews of any book or books focused on the urban world (the theme for the upcoming issue is the "Cityscape as Discursive Node and Character").

    The deadline for reviews is August 15, 2014. Book reviews of one book or monograph or several works (at least 750 words and no more than 1,000 words) are welcome. Send queries or completed reviews to Todd Comer (tcomer@defiance.edu).

    [UPDATE] Convergences in Art and Science Research

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 8:22pm
    Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture

    Reconstruction 15.2
    Immersion and Intervention: Convergences in Art and Science Research

    Edited by Hervé Regnauld and Alan Ramón Clinton

    Quiet Revolutions: Politically Subversive Cinema

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 6:58pm
    SFSU Cinema Studies Graduate Student Association

    Quiet Revolutions: Politically Subversive Cinema
    16th Annual Cinema Conference, San Francisco State University
    October 17–18, 2014

    Presented by: Cinema Studies Graduate Student Association, San Francisco State University
    Keynote Speaker: TBD
    Contact email: CSGSA@mail.sfsu.edu
    Website: http://sfstate.orgsync.com/org/csgsa

    Note: This year's conference will be organized by students from both the MA and MFA tracks in the SFSU Cinema Department—in keeping with this, we welcome submissions of traditional paper proposals as well as film essays and short films.

    SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 15, 2014

    [UPDATE] Extended Deadline! Illustrated Texts--MMLA Permanent Section (Nov 13-16, 2014, Detroit)

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 1:35pm
    Midwest Modern Language Association

    The Midwest Modern Language Association Conference will take place in Detroit, MI, November 13-16, 2014. In fitting with the location, this year's theme is "The Lives of Cities," which is meant to gesture broadly towards the experiences of urban inhabitants in all aspects and phases of urban development—from the very beginnings of urbanization throughout the globe to the resuscitation of contemporary urban landscapes decimated by industrial flight.

    2014 New England American Conference for Irish Studies November 21-22 at Wheaton College, MA

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 1:22pm
    American Conference for Irish Studies, New England Regional Meeting

    Beyond the Pale: Alienation, Sites of Resistance, and Modern Ireland

    The 2014 NEACIS (New England Region of the American Conference for Irish Studies) meeting will be held at Wheaton College on 21-22 November. We welcome proposals for individual papers and panels focusing on all aspects of Irish Studies. Especially welcome are papers that address the conference theme of "Beyond the Pale: Alienation, Sites of Resistance, and Modern Ireland."

    Lorraine Hansberry: Out the Raisin Box

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 11:47am
    Menoukha Case, SUNY

    Raisin in the Sun continues to be a primary focus in discussions of Lorraine Hansberry. Two upcoming documentaries, one by Numa Perrier and Taye Hansberry, and another by Jamila Wignot and Tracy Heather Strain, may remedy this narrow perspective in biographical terms. Out the Raisin Box intends to add a scholarly perspective to this renaissance. I welcome chapters that address additional aspects of Hansberry's ouvre as well as her effect on movements dear to her heart.

    Call for Papers for the Journal of Studies in History and Culture

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 11:02am
    Journal of Studies in History and Culture

    Journal of Studies in History & Culture (JSHC) is a peer-reviewed, open-access online journal. The journal was born out of the needs to provide a platform for interdisciplinary research to emerging scholars across the world. The objective of JSHC is to fill the lacuna in the field of graduate research given a dearth of independent research by graduate students in India and the absence of funding towards this. The journal hopes to promote originality in interpretation and encourages collaborative work based on primary sources. It also publishes constructive and critical reinterpretations of existing scholarship.

    [UPDATE] CFP for MMLA 2014: The (digital) lives of cities -- NEW DEADLINE

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    Monday, June 2, 2014 - 9:45am
    Midwest Modern Language Association

    Midwest Modern Language Association 2014: The Lives of Cities
    November 13-16, 2014 | Detroit, MI

    NEW DEADLINE: June 10

    In Programmed Visions, Wendy Chun suggests that "the call to map may be the most obscuring of all: by constantly drawing connections between data points, we sometimes forget that the map should be the beginning, rather than the end, of the analysis" (177). With this year's MMLA conference theme of "The Lives of Cities," the second annual permanent section of digital humanities will explore criticisms of, experiments with, and provocations on mapping, geographic visualization, or other conceptions of urban space that work with or against the digital. Possible topics/projects include:

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