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UPDATE: [Gender Studies] Queer Autobiography- Last week

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 10:55pm
Richard Maguire

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Queer_at_King’s Research Centre presents a one-day conference on queer
autobiography:

TELL IT LIKE IT IS. TELL IT LIKE IT ISN’T â€" QUEER LIVES REMODELLED

Friday June 12th 2009

 
‘Tell It Like It Is. Tell It Like It Isn’t’ continues on from 2004’s
successful ‘Queer Lives’ symposium which examined the ways we chronicle
the varied stories of our multiple queer selves. There are still more
stories to be told.

CFP: [Poetry] Call for Submissions: The New Scene Quarterly

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 10:28pm
Anthony Guilbert

The New Scene Quarterly, on-line, is currently accepting submissions for
its Jan. 2009 issue. We are looking for submissions in the following
categories.

• NONFICTION:
We are actively looking for non-fiction that revolves around the art and
craft of writing; profiles on interesting writers; and memoirs that capture
the American literary experience. Submissions should be between 1000 and
3500 words.

• POETRY:
The best way to classify what we are looking for would be to call it 21st
Century Americana; that is, poetry that best represents the state of
America in the 21st Century. Please limit submissions to between 3 to 6
poems per entry.

CFP: [Graduate] Emerging Studies: a call for scholarship about the emerging church movement

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 9:29pm
Matt Oakes

Emerging Studies: a call for scholars concerned with the emerging church movement

I am seeking academic collaborators (faculty, graduate students, independents) who are
interested in sharing their scholarship on the emerging church. While any project would
inevitably include theological considerations, interdisciplinary approaches to the movement are
of particular interest:
- religious studies
- cultural studies
- literary and political theory
- literature
- history
- philosophy
- anthropology
- political science

CFP: [Religion] Emerging Studies: a call for scholarship about the emerging church movement

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 9:29pm
Matt Oakes

Emerging Studies: a call for scholars concerned with the emerging church movement

I am seeking academic collaborators (faculty, graduate students, independents) who are
interested in sharing their scholarship on the emerging church. While any project would
inevitably include theological considerations, interdisciplinary approaches to the movement are
of particular interest:
- religious studies
- cultural studies
- literary and political theory
- literature
- history
- philosophy
- anthropology
- political science

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Emerging Studies: a call for scholarship about the emerging church movement

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 9:29pm
Matt Oakes

Emerging Studies: a call for scholars concerned with the emerging church movement

I am seeking academic collaborators (faculty, graduate students, independents) who are
interested in sharing their scholarship on the emerging church. While any project would
inevitably include theological considerations, interdisciplinary approaches to the movement are
of particular interest:
- religious studies
- cultural studies
- literary and political theory
- literature
- history
- philosophy
- anthropology
- political science

CFP: [Medieval] Emerging Studies: a call for scholarship about the emerging church movement

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 9:29pm
Matt Oakes

Emerging Studies: a call for scholars concerned with the emerging church movement

I am seeking academic collaborators (faculty, graduate students, independents) who are
interested in sharing their scholarship on the emerging church. While any project would
inevitably include theological considerations, interdisciplinary approaches to the movement are
of particular interest:
- religious studies
- cultural studies
- literary and political theory
- literature
- history
- philosophy
- anthropology
- political science

CFP: [Film] [CFP] HEART OF THE CITY: BLACK URBAN LIFE ON 'THE WIRE'

updated: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 7:43pm
Paul Farber

HEART OF THE CITY: BLACK URBAN LIFE ON 'THE WIRE'

January 29-30, 2009
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sponsored by
The Black Humanities Collective
and The Center for Afroamerican and African Studies

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Reminders/Updates:

ABSTRACTS/PROPOSALS DUE ON DECEMBER 1: Please email to
heartofthecityconference_at_gmail.com

NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED:
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/heart_of_the_city/heart_of_the_city

CONFIRMED KEYNOTE GUESTS: Clark Johnson (Director,"Gus Haynes") and Sonja
Sohn ("Kima Greggs")

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HEART OF THE CITY: BLACK URBAN LIFE ON 'THE WIRE'

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