The Journal of Law and Social Deviance publishes articles about the interplay of law and socially deviant behavior. We are interested in how law creates, inhibits, or challenges deviant behavior, especially as it evolves from, responds to, or inspires art, the animal kingdom, the body, fashion or design, pop culture, propaganda, sex, terrorism, and youth or youth movements.
The GLBTQ Studies Area of MAP/ACA welcomes proposals that are of relevance to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. Proposals are encouraged that focus on any medium of popular or American culture, such as novels, nonfiction, comics/graphic novels, television, theater, theory, movies, advertising, new media, or politics and agitprop.
Proposals of interest for this year's conference might include:
*HIV/AIDS in Popular Culture
*GLBTQ Television Representation
*The Violet Quill writers
*Popular GLBTQ romance novels/novelists
*GLBTQ comics/graphic novels
However, proposals addressing any topic of GLBTQ significance in popular or American culture are welcome.
2011 Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference
Friday-Sunday, October 14-16, 2011
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Deadline: May 15, 2011
Topics can include, but are not limited to fashion designers, fashion models, fashion as it relates to a particular film, piece of literature, television show, etc., fashion choices of celebrities, and fashion trends.
Please send 250 word abstract proposals on any aspect of Fashion to Kelli Purcell O'Brien, The University of Mississippi, email@example.com.
Call for papers for an edited volume "Human Rights in Times of
Transition. An Interdisciplinary Perspective"
Deadline for abstract submissions: May 30, 2011, Deadline for final papers: September 30, 2011
We are creating an edited volume on analysis of the impact of various transformations (transitions) on the sphere of human rights.
The book will be focused on impact of diffrent types of
transformations (of political, social, economic, cultural or
demographic nature) on the sphere of human rights and international protection of human rights (on international, national as well as social level)
The book will cover both theoretical problems and practical researches (in interdisciplinary perspective).
Amodern : Inaugural issue Call for Papers
The Future of the Scholarly Journal
Amodern enters the world at a crucial moment in the history of the scholarly journal. An important first task is to assess the opportunities and challenges ahead. For that reason, we are devoting the first issue of Amodern to a critical conversation about the future of the scholarly journal.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Speculations: Aesthetics, Risk, and Capital in the Circum-Atlantic World, 1790-1830
Date: April 19-21, 2012
Location: The CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
A conference sponsored by the Charles Brockden Brown Society
250-word proposal deadline: September 1, 2011 (Acceptances announced October 3, 2011)
Please send a Word.doc of the proposal to: Duncan Faherty at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are developing a collection of articles for a journal special issue entitled 'Poetic Optimism and the Post-Enlightenment Social Identity, 1794-1878'. This collection will explore the meaning and application of poetic optimism in relation to the question of social identity from 1794 to 1878.
Service learning and internship experiences have a successful and established history in American higher education—particularly in literature and writing classrooms. John Dewey provided early theory. Vita Dutton Scudder, an early 20th-Century professor at Wellesley College implemented service learning projects in her literature and writing courses (see Julia Garbas) and the late 20th-Century work of Bruce Herzberg, Linda Adler-Kassner, Ellen Cushman, Thomas Deans, and others explores initiatives taking students beyond the walls of traditional classrooms to connect writing to community and develop civically-minded citizens.
The Fat Studies Area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association solicits proposals of either full panels, roundtables, individual papers, or forms of artistic expression for its annual conference. Critical discussions of fat, thin, and body size are welcome, especially those that either consider or counter phobic constructions of the present-day.
Renaissance and Baroque in Critical Theory
A panel to be held at the 5th Biennial conference of the Society for Renaissance Studies, University of Manchester, July 9-11, 2012
Proposals are invited for papers making up a panel on representations and appropriations of culture from the mid-1300s to the early 1700s by modern critical theory. Taking 'critical theory' broadly to include all those writing in the wake of Marx, Nietzsche, Freud and feminism, this panel seeks discussions of its passing remarks (such as those by Nietzsche and Lacan), sustained analyses (Bakhtin, Foucault, Kristeva), and more multifarious appropriations (Deleuze's baroque) on and of Renaissance texts, culture and terminology.
Things Unspeakable: Theatre after 1945
an international, interdisciplinary conference on theatre and human rights
University of York, UK
7-9 October 2011
Participants and speakers include:
Ice and Fire Theatre Company
Professor Catherine Cole, Berkeley
David Edgar, playwright
Professor Erik Ehn, Brown
Professor Carol Martin, NYU
Professor Gay McAuley, University of Sydney
Nighat Rizvi, actress and activist, Pakistan
Rt Hon. Albie Sachs, South Africa
Professor Carole-Anne Upton, editor of Performing Ethos,
University of Ulster
Katharine Viner, Deputy Editor, Guardian
Call for Journal Papers
Call for Journal Papers
Journal of Information System Security" Vol.2-Issue-1"
ISSN 2010-2658 (Print); ISSN
Aim & Scope
"Preparing New Leaders for the Multicultural, Digital, and Global 'Age of Conception'"