Illuminations is now accepting poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction submissions for Issue 33, to be published in Spring of 2018. While this is an open issue, we are especially eager to receive submissions from Cuban and Cuban-American authors for a featured section on new Cuban/Cuban-American writing. If you are interested in submitting your work, please find our guidelines at http://illuminations.cofc.edu/submission/index.php The deadline for submissions is January 1, 2018.
world literatures and indigenous studies
A Biannual Journal
Translation Today is a peer-reviewed, indexed and refereed journal of the National Translation Mission (NTM). This journal, lovingly abbreviated as TT, is available in print (through subscription) and online (open access) formats. TT has been maintaining an extensive outreach and receiving an encouraging response from the readers and experts. It aims to enrich the ever-expanding field of Translation Studies by publishing articles, reports, interviews, squibs, book reviews and actual translations. Numerous universities and institutions of the national and international significance have recognised Translation Today as a leading journal in the area of Translation Studies.
Submit an Abstract to the University of Manitoba's annual Native Studies Graduate Students Conference (March 9th, 10th): Rising Up
“Rising Up: A Graduate Student Conference on Indigenous Knowledge and Research in Indigenous Studies” will be an academic gathering that gives Graduate students the spotlight and allows them to present their work while connecting with other researchers. The conference is interdisciplinary, and attracts students and researchers who are working on a wide range of topics in the Indigenous/Native Studies field.
A Graduate Conference in Science and Epistemology
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
February 16, 2018
(University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Hosted by Natura, A Rutgers University Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Working Group focused on critical perspectives of Science and Epistemology, the 2018 Natura Conference seeks papers on the topic of illegitimate knowledges: scorned, discarded, amateur, illogical, and discredited methods of understanding the world.
Call for Papers:
“Tick. Tick. DOOM!: Precariousness and Time”
The Fourth Annual Undergraduate Symposium of Popular Culture and Philosophy
Hosted by the SUNY at Buffalo Department of Comparative Literature Graduate Student Association
Keynote Speaker: Shaun Irlam, PhD
Featured Graduate Presenters: TBA
Friday, November 17th, 2017, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Call For Papers: Special Issue of Alternative Francophone
“Nature, Environment, and Ecology: Ecocritical Approaches to Francophone Literature”
Precarity and Possibility: Imaginings of a New Academy
Fifth Annual Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Student Conference
University of California, Merced
March 16-17, 2018
Keynote Speaker: Inderpal Grewal, Yale University
Presented by The Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group and The Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program
Call for papers
Human existence as fieldwork
University of Palermo, December 6-7, 2017
Deadline for receiving abstracts: November 10, 2017
A leading university in the world, National Taiwan University is striving for globalized collaborations and scholarly exchanges. NTU Press, playing an important role in disseminating top-notch research and scholarship in the Chinese-speaking academy, is now committed to expanding its scope of publication in English. This Series seeks scholarly works on intercultural encounters in literature and cultural studies, including East-West precolonial, colonial, modern or contemporary contacts. The Series especially welcomes monographs written in English or other languages translated into English. Conference volumes or edited volumes by multiple authors will not be considered, but volumes of essays with a thematic focus written by a single author are welcome.
Pivot: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies & Thought
CALL FOR PAPERS: Vol 7, No 1 (2018): “Muddied Waters: Decomposing the Anthropocene”
“Progress means: humanity emerges from its spellbound state no longer under the spell of progress as well, itself nature, by becoming aware of its own indigenousness to nature and by halting the mastery over nature through which nature continues its mastery.” — Theodor Adorno, “Progress” (p. 62)
“This future is unthinkable. Yet here we are, thinking it.” — Timothy Morton, Dark Ecology (p. 1)