Trauma-Informed Pedagogy and Policies in the English Department [DEADLINE EXTENDED]
Call for Papers: Trauma-Informed Pedagogy and Policies in the English Department
Extended Deadline: 27 March 2023
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Call for Papers: Trauma-Informed Pedagogy and Policies in the English Department
Extended Deadline: 27 March 2023
Inspired by Nannie Helen Burroughs, this roundtable conversation will center on the precarity of educators working at the intersections of race, class, and gender, more importantly, the lessons faculty can learn from innovative educational praxis.
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Call for book chapters for an edited book by the renowned publisher with an ISBN on
"Shifting from a Lethargic Pedagogy to an Enthusiastic"
Deadline for submissions: 15th April, 2023
1) Concept Checking Questions
2) Interaction Patterns in Teaching- Learning
3) Lesson Plans for a Large Size Classroom
4) Identifying Students Strength to Encourage them
5). Making Learners Interdependent to Self Dependent
6) Assessment of the Learners
PostgreSQL Conference Nepal 2023 will be held on May 11-12 in Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal. It will cover topics for PostgreSQL users, developers and contributors, as well as decision and policy makers. We are now accepting proposals for talks in English. Each session will last 50 minutes, and may be on any topic related to PostgreSQL.
Suggested topic areas include but are not limited to:
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) serve a vital function within academia, particularly for the predominantly Black student body that these historic institutions serve. There are at least 74 HBCUs that offer degrees in English, Languages, or Literature, including 10 HBCUs that offer Master or Doctoral degrees in these subjects. Some of the leading scholars of our disciplines graduated from HBCUs with at least “9 percent of full-time Black faculty earned their doctorate degrees from HBCUs [with] more than half returning to HBCUs as faculty members” (Perna, 2001).
Call for Papers: MLA 2024
Co-sponsored by the Children’s Literature Association and MLA Libraries and Research Forum (non-guaranteed)
Deadline Extended: March 15th
2023 Call for Proposals
Annual Conference of the Peace and Justice Studies Association
The Art and Science of Peace: Building Positive Peace in the Twenty-first Century
[To view this CFP as a PDF for easy downloading]
September 15-17, 2023 | Iowa State University (Ames, IA)
Latinx Linguistic Justice, an edited collection to be submitted toRoutledge, calls us to re-examine our understandings of Latinidad or Latinx studies within Linguistic Justice. This edited collection aims to highlight marginalized voices within Latinx communities such asafro-caribeños,chicanxs,cubanxs, nuyoricans o mexicanxsfrom Arizona, California, and/or Florida. We also seek to uplift marginalized voices from Indigenous or First-Nation, Francophone, or Lusophone peoples. A sampling of topics appropriate for this collection includes, but is not limited to:
The 2023 Conference of the Victorians Institute
NC State University and Methodist University
Sat-Sun October 7-8, 2023
"Hard Times" was a frequent Victorian refrain, perhaps most famously in the title of Charles Dickens’s 1854 novel but also in Stephen Foster’s 1854 song "Hard Times Come Again No More"; in the title of Hubert von Herkomer’s 1885 painting; and throughout the century as an experience of socioeconomic difficulties, political oppression, and personal suffering.
The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society invites applications for the 2023 Subvention Award
Provides $500 to support costs for the publication of an upcoming scholarly book or article on Emerson. Submit a confidential letter of recommendation from an academic mentor or colleague, and a 1-2 page single-spaced proposal, including an abstract of the forthcoming work and a detailed description of expenses, to Austin Bailey (email@example.com) and Georgia Walton (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 1, 2023.
The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society invites applications for the 2023 Research Grant
Provides $500 to support scholarly work on Emerson. Preference is given to junior scholars and graduate students. Please submit a confidential letter of recommendation and a carefully crafted 1-2 page single-spaced project proposal, including a description of expenses needed to complete the project, to Austin Bailey (email@example.com) and Georgia Walton(firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 1, 2023.
The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society invites applications for the 2023 Undergraduate Student Essay Prize
Undergraduate students are welcome to submit 1,000-1,500-word academic essays on any topic relevant to the study of Emerson—his life, work, national and transnational reception, importance within and beyond U.S. literature and culture, and/or contemporary relevance. Winning essays will demonstrate originality, clarity, and rigorous engagement with Emerson. Selected essays may be returned to applicants with suggested revisions. The winning essay will be published in The Emerson Society Papers and the writer awarded $100.
Hunter College's 3rd Annual Language Works Conference
Title: Translation, Interpreting, and the Platform Economy
Date: Friday, April 28th, 2023 | Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Venue: Hunter College, New York, NY, USA
695 Park Ave. HW Faculty Dining Hall.
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: “FORGING THE MEDIEVAL” IN INSTITUTIONS
Proposals for short essays (c. 3500-8000 words) are warmly welcomed, on the topic of “forging the medieval” in institutions. In galleries, museums, schools, universities, libraries, archives, or other institutions, how is the medieval past forged? How is it created and curated, presented and (mis)represented, through the institution’s objects and the concept of the institution itself?
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Call for Abstracts and Proposals
Abstracts and proposals are called for research presentations, paper presentations, panels and position paper proposals. All abstracts and proposals must be submitted electronically though the chair persons listed. Only a complete submission is eligible for review. A confirmation email will be sent once the abstract or proposal has been received.
CALL FOR PAPERS
A NEW ERA OF LEADERSHIP: DIGITAL DISCOURSE, CULTURE(S) AND COMMUNICATION
Université Paris-Nanterre, CREA EA 370
21 April 2023
Deadline for submission: March 6th, 2023
"Theoretical and Pedagogical Approaches to Second and Heritage Languages”
XXIV Annual Céfiro Conference on Latin American and Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
April 21st 2023
Texas Tech University
The 2023 Céfiro Conference theme aims to interrogate conventional knowledge as a way to expand the frameworks that guide our teaching and learning of Hispanic and Lusphone linguistics and cultures. We welcome participants to submit original research in their respective field of studies including but not limited to topics listed below.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Whitney Chappell
Working Book Title: Censorship Is a Drag: LGBTQ Materials and Programming Under Siege in Libraries – Series on Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies
Editors: Jason D. Phillips and Jordan Ruud
Submission Link: https://tinyurl.com/censorshipisadrag
The practice known as close reading has been for decades one of the central methodological commitments of literary studies. Consolidated, articulated, and promulgated as part of the professionalization of the field during the New Critical era, close reading survived the theory wars (gaining traction, even, thanks to deconstruction). It continues to be a major focus of teaching at the college and K-12 levels (where, since 2009, it has been an explicit part of the Common Core standards).
“Students in the Archives: Archival Pedagogy in Practice”
Edited Collection CFP Heather Fox & Amanda Stuckey
The 2023 First Book Institute
June 4-10, 2023
Hosted by the Center for American Literary Studies (CALS) at Pennsylvania State University
Sean X. Goudie, Director of the Center for American Literary Studies and Past Winner of the MLA Prize for a First Book
Priscilla Wald, R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English and Women’s Studies, Duke University, and Co-Editor of American Literature
Notes from the Field, a publication of the TPS Collective, is accepting submissions about teaching with primary sources for three series of peer-reviewed blog posts: “Public-Facing Scholarship and Outreach,” “Teaching with Community-Based Archives,” and “Accessibility and Access in the Primary Source Classroom.” These series are intended to highlight a broad range of voices from all sectors of the TPS community.
Series One: Public-Facing Scholarship and Outreach
This roundtable session - still to be submitted for convention approval - will consider the rights of faculty in online course assignments, approval/oversight at the university level, intellectual property matters, instructional design (e.g., Bloom's Taxonomy) matters, and related topics. Abstracts to email@example.com by 13 March.
Information Literacy, Undergraduate Education,
and Business/Organizational Communication
Conference: Modern Language Association Convention
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dates: 04-07 January 2024
Full name of organization: Association for Business Communication
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due date for abstracts: 10 March 2023
A Call Contribution on Book Chapters
To be published by Palgrave Macmillan in December 2023
In 2015, the United Nations approved the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which came to give continuity to the process of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The SDGs cover all possible social, economic and natural aspects, both in a global and local space. It is a complex process of political and economic discussion, with different views, which must be addressed from all areas of society (UN, 2022).
Editor Leah McCormack (University of South Dakota) invites prospective contributions from experienced professors of creative writing from around the world for Creative Strategies: A Multi-Genre Guide to Writing Feedback on Student Manuscripts, which is under contract to be delivered to Routledge by December 2024 as part of the Routledge Studies in Creative Writing book series.
This edited volume will explore myriad ways in which colleges/universities have worked with and against their communities, covering such issues as neighborhood gentrification, town-gown conflicts, innovation alliances, local food programs, and the existence (or lack of) access pipelines for local students. This project has been motivated by the recognition that, “From their founding, universities introduced class differences to cities in ways that only intensified as the institutions became key platforms for social and economic
Call for chapter proposals
Contracted book (and fabulous it shall be ;-))
"The Future of Honors Education - Advanced Learning for Today and Tomorrow" (CSP, 2023)
Two chapter writing opportunities remain open for this contracted book.
The focus of this book is on the future of honors education - innovations, contemporary activities, programmatic developments, suggested trajectories. . . (Ideas welcome!). The intention is not to abandon the past, but to draw on that past, consider the present, and look to the (exciting!) future - as all wonderful honors education tends to do. ;-)
The "Learn Your Sisters' Stories" podcast series seeks to inform those inside and outside of academia of the challenges and rewards black women scholars face. It will also help create a community for black women students and professors currently in the academy as they find solidarity with one another, and offer tools and support on how to navigate academic culture. Finally, it will help those who are considering going to graduate school know more about the process.
PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for submissions to The Lamp has been extended to Monday, 30 January 2023.
Call for Submissions! The Lamp is looking for submissions for its 2023 issue (Volume 13)!
The Lamp is an international literary journal dedicated to showcasing the creative writing of graduate and professional students. If you write poetry, short fiction, scripts, creative nonfiction, or any other form of textual art, please submit your work to The Lamp at email@example.com. The deadline is Monday, 30 January 2023. Please follow our submission guidelines below.