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E-Revista de Estudos Interculturais / E-Journal of Intercultural Studies
Nº 7 – 2019
O Centro de Estudos Interculturais (CEI) do ISCAP-P.PORTO iniciou a preparação do 7º
número da E-REI – E-Revista de Estudos Interculturais (ISSN 2182-6439), de
periodicidade anual, a publicar on-line em Maio de 2019, acessível a partir do website do
CEI (www.iscap.pt/cei). A E-REI está indexada no Catálogo da LATINDEX
Political Paralysis: The Global Contemporary
The Twenty-First Annual Conference of the Marxist Reading Group
Keynote speakers: George Ciccariello-Maher and Andrew Ross
21-23 March 2019
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
I hear it every day on the radio
Somebody shoots a guy he don't even know…
--“Turn on the News,” Hüsker Dü, Zen Arcade, 1984
German Studies AssociationOctober 3-6, 2019Portland, Oregon, USA
Panel: Dis/ability in German-Language Culture
Turkish-German Studies Yearbook, Volume 10, 2019
Call for Papers
The second volume of Turkish-German Studies Yearbook in 2011 was devoted to the 50thanniversary of the migration of Turkish guest workers to Germany. At that time, the prevailing mood surrounding Turkish-German relations was celebratory. Discussions on Leitkultur, the supposed phenomenon of speaking two languages halfway, and integration faded into the background, while mutual acceptance seemed within reach.
Call for Papers
SEDERI Yearbook welcomes articles, notes and reviews for its next issue.
SEDERI, Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, is an annual publication devoted to current criticism and scholarship on English Renaissance Studies. It is peer-reviewed by external referees, following a double-blind policy.
Areas of interest
Early Modern English Literature
Early Modern English History and Culture
Early Modern English Language
ANTAE (ISSN 2523-2126) invites original full-length article submissions for its upcoming general issues.
ANTAE is a refereed, interdisciplinary journal aimed at exploring current concerns and debates within literary studies, theory, and criticism. The journal welcomes submissions situated across the interdisciplinary spaces provided by diverse forms and expressions within narrative, poetry, theatre, literary theory, cultural criticism, philosophy, media studies, digital cultures, and language studies. Creative writing, translations, and book or conference reviews are also encouraged.
Researching the Rainbow Conference 2019 – Call for Papers
The University of Kent’s (UK) LGBT+ Staff Network is pleased to open the call for papers for the third annual Researching the Rainbow Conference on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 February 2019 on the Canterbury campus.
In honour of the bicentenary of Peterloo, the John Thelwall Society is sponsoring a panel exploring connections between the radicals of the 1790s and later generations of and movements for reform. This includes events and figures surrounding Peterloo, Chartism and early twentieth-century suffrage movements; but we also encourage participants to explore connections between Romantic-era radicals and activists today, especially in light of the “generational change” that is a growing feature of political discourse at the current moment. Topics might include, but are not limited to
Criterion: A Journal of Literary Criticism seeks original, well-researched, and intellectually rigorous essays written from diverse critical perspectives and about texts from any time period or literary tradition. Submissions are peer-reviewed by a selection board at BYU, and final decisions are made by the journal's two Editors-in-Chief in consultation with a faculty advisor. We have recently published our Winter 2018 issue. We will begin accepting submissions for our Winter 2019 issue in early November 2018.
Beyond the Margins: A Graduate Journal of Literary Scholarship
Beyond the Margins is a new annual, open access, blind peer-reviewed journal, housed at the University of New Orleans, dedicated to furthering diversity in academia through the publication of graduate student scholarship in the field of English, with a focus on literary and textual studies. The journal's aim is twofold: to broaden opportunities for graduate student scholars to contribute to academic conversations and to provide a platform for alternative forms of scholarship.
“Musical Feelings and Affective Politics”
CFP for Culture, Theory and Critique
Guest Editors: Nicole Reisnour and Anaar Desai-Stephens
We invite article submissions for inclusion in a special issue of Culture, Theory and Critique (April 2020) on the topic of “Musical Feelings and Affective Politics.”
Religion and Radicalism in Western Culture, 1700-Present
To mark the publication of The Valley Press Anthology of Prose Poetry, edited by Anne Caldwell and Oz Hardwick, there will be a one-day symposium at Leeds Trinity University (UK) on Saturday 13th July 2019.
The symposium will consist of talks, panels, the official launch of The Valley Press Anthology of Prose Poetry, and an optional workshop. Further details may be found below. We welcome non-traditional modes of presentation and welcome panel proposals.
The organisers invite proposals from scholars and practitioners (with 150-word abstracts) for 20-minute presentations which may address – though need not necessarily be limited to – one of the following topics:
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