Call for Book Chapter
Oikography: Homemaking through Photography
Call for Book Chapter
Call for Papers: Special Issue, The Comparatist
General Editor: Zahi Zalloua (Whitman College)
Challenged, Banned, Censored: Curtailing Comics
The Forum for Comics and Graphic Narratives seeks proposals for a non-guaranteed special session at the Modern Language Association annual conference to take place in Philadelphia from January 4-7, 2024.
The Forum for Comics and Graphic Narratives seeks proposals for a guaranteed special session at the Modern Language Association annual conference to take place in Philadelphia from January 4-7, 2024.
Registration for “The Girl in Theory: Toward a Critical Girlhood Studies Symposium” is now live! The symposium will be held virtually on March 29-31, 2023. This event is free to attend, but registration is required. You can register on our website: www.girlhoodstudiescollective.com/
We are excited to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the twenty-fifth annual conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities (LCH), which will be held in person (with some online components) on June 22-23, 2023 at the University of Toronto School of Law in Toronto, Canada. This year's theme is "Absence, The Present and the Past." Proposals are due March 17, 2023. You can find the complete call for papers on our website (https://lawculturehumanities.com/event/2023-annual-conference).
Please spread the word! We look forward to the prospect of gathering together again this summer.
German Screen Studies Network (GSSN) & King’s College London
CALL FOR PAPERS
Images at Work: Labour and the Moving Image
King’s College London
Thursday, 22 and Friday, 23 June 2023
Deadline for Proposals:31 March 2023
Post-extractivist legacies and landscapes: Humanities, artistic and activist responses
4-8 July 2023 at University College Dublin
CFP Submission Deadline: 14 April 2023 (panel proposals); 14 April 2023 (paper proposals)
(Re)Imagining Tomorrow: Agency and Possibility in Literature and Media for Children and Young Adults
Call for Paper Proposals
Deadline for Submission: 25 March 2023
A peer-reviewed graduate student conference - Accepting virtual and in-person presentations
University of British Columbia | Unceded traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Vancouver, Canada | Friday 23 June - Saturday 24 June 2023
January 4-7, 2024
What does it mean to be treated “like an animal”?
The central theme of the forthcoming 40th issue of our interdisciplinary journal "Świat i Słowo" [“World and Word”] is "Literature from a local and regional perspective." In the era of progressive globalization and universalization of culture, sometimes imposed by the media and the so-called opinion-forming centers of the dominant civilization model, in which the world is perceived as a "global village" inhabited by a consumer society that is supposedly subject to inevitable changes forced by technological progress (with the revolution of artificial intelligence at the forefront), we want to turn to what we perceive as primal and natural, i.e. sources of literature, culture and art in our local and regional spaces and communities.
Heidelberg, 11-12 April 2024
ABOUT CHACHITRA DARPAN (translates to Cinematic Review)
Chalchitra Darpan is an undergraduate film journal by Celluloid, the Film Society of Miranda House, University of Delhi, India. The inaugural edition (2019-20), which was Delhi University’s first ever undergraduate journal, was introduced with the vision of building a student community of future film scholars around it. The journal aims to provide an academic space for undergraduates interested in film and media, who wish to explore and engage in film academia.
3rd EDITION THEME: CINEMA IN CRISIS
Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities (ISSN 2717-8943) is a digital, open-access, peer-reviewed, international, and transdisciplinary journal of the Environmental Humanities. It is a biannual journal, publishing a Winter issue in December and a Summer issue in June. It aims to develop new insights and theories about the current material and conceptual challenges in the field.
Community is at the heart of solidarity. To build community is to be willing to both critique its very essence and collaborate with others to strengthen the bonds. This conference seeks to explore and highlight interactions and connections by examining solidarities, tensions, and community building among the Black diaspora throughout the Americas and beyond.
Presentations that highlight the successes and joy of Black/Afro-descendant communities, resistance, activism, and cultural production as well as interdisciplinary approaches are especially welcome. ALARA is a multidisciplinary organization and welcomes presentations from all fields (humanities, social sciences, health sciences, etc.).
FEMSPEC invites scholars and creative writers to join our team of book and film/television reviewers.
We focus on fantasy, science fiction, mythic, and speculative genres and use gender-based theories as well as other interpretive models as viewing lenses.
Suggested current titles may be found in the links below.
From LITERARY HUB, https://lithub.com/21-sci-fi-and-fantasy-books-to-look-forward-to-in-2023/
Visuality and Lyric Form How and why do poems ask to be looked at as well as read? How do poets leverage iconicity, intermediality, and visual design to enliven lyric form and interrogate its boundaries? 200-250 word abstract and brief bio by March 15.
Al-Kīmiyā - Journal of the Faculty of Languages and Translation (FdLT)
Call for Papers for Issue Number 22
ReFocus: The Films of Herschell Gordon Lewis
Edited Volume—Podcasting and Vodcasting in Africa: Context, Cultures and Consumption
Admire Mare, Stanley Tsarwe (Editors)
Calum Waddell (University of Aberdeen) and Chenyu Lin (University of Cardiff) are seeking to put together an edited collection Jackie Chan with the ReFocus series at Edinburgh University Press. This is a Call for Papers for a book on the work of Jackie Chan as filmmaker (NOT actor).
MSA 2023 Proposed session on Queer Modernist Travel
Organized by Galen Bunting (Northeastern University) and Laura Tscherry (Indiana University)
The figure of travel drives modernism: motion, migration, and mobility are enduring markers of modernist writing across genres. Much has been written about the urban flâneur, American émigrés to Paris, and modernist writers’ interest in “primitivism.” This panel seeks to expand the conversation by paying particular attention to queer modernist travels and travelers at the intersection of gender, race, and disability.
From Thoreau’s description of “vast, Titanic, inhuman nature” to Timothy Morton’s hyperobjects, scale has long been an epistemological tool for theorizing the relationship between nature and humanity. This tool has taken on special significance in the age of global anthropogenic climate change as artists and scholars struggle to give form to such enormous, widely dispersed upheaval as it slowly but persistently creeps into view. In the light of drowning major cities and intensifying weather events, we are left with the evergreen question: “what is to be done?” What role, if any, can literature play in the comprehension of and adaptation to such a brave new world? What interdisciplinary connections can be adopted to make art a more transformative force?
Zealos: Studies in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts & Design is an annual peer-reviewed and open-access journal published by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Nicosia (UNIC).
We are now accepting contributions for the second volume of Zealos due to be published in Fall 2024. Zealos welcomes original and previously unpublished articles that fall within the scope of the journal and follow internationally sanctioned scientific standards. Submissions are free of charge. We welcome contributions in Greek or English.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR AN EDITED BOOK
Modernity and the Global South: Decolonial and Postcolonial Hubs
Subject Fields: Cultural Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Literary Studies, Sociology, Media Studies, Political Philosophy, Decoloniality
CLAS lab invites chapter proposals on the theme of ‘‘Modernity, Decolonial, and Postcolonial Discourses” for the second volume of our book series.
International Interdisciplinary Philosophical Conference
Transformed Humanity in search for stability: rhythms in philosophy, nature, art
Riga, University of Latvia – May 16-19, 2024.
Call For Papers
Caesura—Journal of Philological and Humanistic Studies
Special Issue: 21st century Fiction and the City
Guest editor: Prof. Mavis Tseng
Call for Papers: Collection of Essays on 21st-Century Fiction and the City
The Promises and Limitations of Entangled Thinking in the Environmental Humanities
MLA 2024 (Jan. 4-7)
Sean Collins | University of Utah | email@example.com
Deadline for Abstracts
Please email 350-word abstracts and CV by March 24th
James Baldwin at 100: A Roundtable(MLA 2024 Convention, Jan 4-7; Philadelphia, PA)
Commemorating the centennial of Baldwin's birth, this roundtable examines his autobiographical writings, as well as his impact on Black / queer / transnational life writing. Email 250-word abstracts and bio to McKinley Melton (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 3/20/2023. (Panel co-sponsored by the MLA African American Literature Forum, the MLA Life Writing Forum, and the College Language Association)
PAMLA 2023: October 26-29, 2023