Chapter proposals are invited for The Routledge Handbook of Trans Literature (hereafter simply The Handbook), to be published within the series Routledge Literature Handbooks in 2023. Interested authors should submit a 300-word abstract, a 200-word biography, and a sample of a previously published chapter or article to the Dropbox folder at https://bit.ly/Routledge_Handbook_of_Trans_Literature no later than September 1, 2022.
Bending Metal: Global Metal Scenes during and after COVID
Proposals due: September 1, 2022
The Symbolic Symposium is a new free online education project hosted by Clockworks Academy. We put on regular online talks for general audiences. Talks are hosted live and followed by a live Q&A, and the talk without the Q&A is then made widely available for free. You can find a playlist of previous speakers at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuIvyyaKRiEWiFRrAQ6Ifjz9UMQIlrMwt.
Community Metaphors in India
March 2-3, 2023
Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities, Bard College
Linda Zerilli (The University of Chicago)
Nicholas Dunn (Bard College)
Nirvana Tanoukhi (Dartmouth College)
We welcome paper proposals on any aspect of classical reception as "entanglement" across the Middle Ages (c. 650-1550). Papers will be presented at Leeds International Medieval Conference (3-6 July, 2023).
South Asian literary works have given us a memorable array of complex portraits of women and men and the relations between them. Some characters favor traditional modes of understanding the roles and behaviors of the sexes and their interrelations, others seem oriented to a progressive outlook on gender and the relations relations between women, men and non-binary individuals, while still others apparently embody a mixture of these attitudes. May we discern patterns or differences in matters of gender and gender relations when taking into account whether the authors in question identify as female, male, or non-binary?
Women of the World:
Literature, Language, and Translation
The Faculty of Education, Alexandria University, Egypt cordially invites you to attend its international conference on “Women of the World: Literature, Language, and Translation.” It is an onsite conference that will take place between March the 10th and 11th 2023.
Special Issue of Texas Studies in Literature and Language (TSLL): Kazuo Ishiguro
Deadline for submissions: September 1, 2022
Full name / name of organization: Texas Studies in Literature and Language
Prospective publication: September 2023
Contact email: TSLL@austin.utexas.edu
TSLL Website: https://utpress.utexas.edu/journals/texas-studies-in-literature-and-lang...
Special Issue: Narratives of Care, Caring Materials, and Materializing Care in the 19th, 20th and 21st Century
The Review of English and American Literature
Call for Papers
Special Issue: The Plantationocene
Deadline for Submissions: March 10, 2023
FILM REVIEWS FOR THE QUINT
The Syon Abbey Society and the ReVision Project
Birgittine Texts and Networks
International Medieval Congress, 3-6 July 2023 in Leeds.
Now We Have Faces:
The First Annual C.S. Lewis Symposium at Ulster University
Location: Ulster University, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, UK
To be held: 3rd, November 2022
Keynote: to be delivered by Dr Malcolm Guite
This "call for chapters" is for a collection through Lexington Press (which has approved the concept and is awaiting the chapter list). The focus of this collection is mentorship as portrayed in shonen anime.
Shonen anime is loaded with mentors. Some are insightful, benevolent, and effective. Boku no Hero Academia’s All Might is one such mentor. His treatment of Midoriya is founded in compassion. And, All Might himself is a beloved leader. Who he is before the camera is the same as when there are no cameras to be found (excluding his physically transformation, of course). He is a model mentor.
Call for Papers
Topic: “Transformation through Literacy”
for the 54th Annual NeMLA Convention March 23-26, 2023 in Niagara Falls, NY.
The deadline for abstracts is September 30, 2022. Please email to submit your abstract online here: https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/19780
Description of Session: Dr.Maryann P.DiEdwardo, Chair
"Transformation through Literacy”
This panel seeks presentations about peace studies through spatializing the study of human rights, emigration, migration, immigration, and diasporas.
The Annual Conference of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures
University of Bucharest, Romania
25-26 November 2022
Call for Papers
Panel: Representations of the Danube in Literature and the Arts
The deadline for submission has been extended to 14 August 2022. Authors will be notified by 31 August 2022.
Day 1 - Professor Michael Keith, PhD
School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, UK
Day 2 - Professor Kaiser Hamidul Haq, PhD
Poet, Translator, and Critic
Former Professor, Department of English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hull (UK), 8th - 9th December 2022
In the last five years, renewed focus has been on Philip Larkin.
FILM REVIEWS FOR THE QUINT
Conference Director: Mary Chapman, University of British Columbia
*Extended Deadline for Proposals: September 30, 2022*
You are invited to propose a scholarly paper, panel, or roundtable, or more public-facing creative presentation, performance, or screening to a conference designed to explore the career of Asian North American writer Winnifred Eaton Reeve (1875-1954) and her contexts..
Call for Papers: Cine-Excess 16 International Film Festival & Conference
Cine-Excess 16 International Film Festival & Conference
Reframing the Monsters Outside: Mavericks, Rebels and Rule Breakers in Cult Film 18th - 23rd October 2022
ABSTRACTS DUE 22 AUGUST 2022
Online conference with accompanying physical/virtual guests and screenings - presented by Birmingham City University, MAC Birmingham, The Electric Cinema and Mockingbird Cinema.
Confirmed Guests of Honour:
Etymologically, the term “resilience”--from the Latin re- and salire, “to leap in return”--refers to the capability of a thing, in response to some stimulus, to return to its original form or state. The term connotes a dual activity, simultaneously an undoing and a rebuilding. But in Indigenous contexts, under the realities of settler-colonialism, the aspiration to “return to original form” is a fraught enterprise, as it inevitably encounters the romanticized conceptual dichotomies of traditional / modern, sedentary / nomadic, cultural / political, and historical / mythical.
Faculty of Al-Alsun (Languages)
Department of English
4th International Conference
19th -21st March 2023
Beyond Boundaries: Paradigm Shifts in Literature, Linguistics and Translation
Critical Plant Studies, a book series published by Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, calls us to re-examine in fundamental ways our understanding of and engagement with plants, drawing on diverse disciplinary perspectives. A sampling of topics appropriate for this series includes but is not limited to:
• Representations of plants in literature, art, film, and popular culture
• Relationships between humans and plants
• Boundaries and distinctions between plants and animals
• Plants and the environmental crisis
• Phytosemiotics and plant communication
• Plant sensation and consciousness
• Vegetal agency
Christmas: Special Issue of Comparative American Studies
Deadline for Abstracts (300 words): December 1 2022
Deadline for Essays: June 1 2023
Streaming a movie. Waiting in line for gas. Drinking a tall glass of water. These are day-to-day experiences that rely on forms of energy and natural resource extraction that are often hidden in plain view, entangled with dynamics of colonialism, transnational flows, digital assemblages, stock markets and neoliberalism. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly made these entanglements more felt. As such, we are tasked with unraveling these complex embodied and sensorial daily experiences of energy and extraction.
The 4th Global Conference on Women’s Studies, November 24_26, 2022 in London, UK, encourages all to present their recent research work. This conference is considered a prestigious event organized with the motivation to provide an excellent international platform for academics, researchers, managers, industrial participants, and students to share their research findings with global experts. All full paper submissions will be peer-reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research depth, accuracy, and relevance with the theme of the conference.
In the 1990s, transgressive fiction authors like Chuck Palahniuk, Bret Easton Ellis, and Irvine Welsh shocked, disgusted, and offended audiences with their depictions of terrorizing, murdering, and drug-abusing characters whose bad behavior rejected and subverted the Western hegemony of neoliberalism. But their behavior was only seen as “shocking” or “transgressive” because of its blatant opposition to the dominant paradigm. What does it mean to transgress norms, boundaries, and conventions in today’s post-9/11 world, when the paradigms of whiteness, masculinity, heteronormativity, etc. are not necessarily viewed as the ultimate gatekeepers of what is normal, standard, correct, or expected?