Catherine Malabou places her signature concept of “plasticity” within the material encounters between the Kantian, Hegelian, and Derridean threads of the continental philosophical tradition and emerging developments in neuroscience, epigenesis, and political organization. Her recent work has demonstrated the relevance of these encounters to fields as diverse as trauma studies, gender and queer studies, hermeneutics, anarchism, postcolonialism, artificial intelligence, evolution, anthropogenic climate change, sexuality, and affect studies, to name just a few.
UPDATE 22 September
We are seeking proposals for one chapter on Voodoo death as a culture-bound syndrome in (African) popular culture(s): Nollywood, literature, media etc.
We have secured a contract offer with Routledge.
Please send your abstract proposal (400 words) + a short bio (200 words) to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
In case of any queries prior to your submission, please contact the editor.
Many thanks for your interest.
This section of the academic journal “Sinestesieonline” is open to contributions about theatre and performing arts in all historical ages, forms and variations, in English, Italian and foreign languages. We use double blind peer review.
“Il Parlaggio” is the name created by Gabriele d’Annunzio for the amphitheatre in Vittoriale – a place of empathy, a cradle of emotions, a crossroads of cultures, a connection between antiquity and contemporaneity, an emblem of the “neverending show”.
The E. E. Cummings Society and the Society’s journal, Spring, invite abstracts for 20-minute papers for the 50th annual Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, February 23-25, 2023, at the University of Louisville (http://www.thelouisvilleconference.com).
Conference online (via Zoom platform)
17-18 November 2022
Call for articles for the peer-reviewed academic blog of the PopMeC Association for US Popular Culture Studies (popmec.hypotheses.org ISSN 2660-8839). We accept, process, and publish articles on a rolling basis.
Special thematic dossier | STEM in US Popular Culture: Assessing Gender Discourse, Stereotypes and Mainstreaming
Editors: Laura Álvarez Trigo (Universidad de Alcalá) and Erika Tiburcio Moreno (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Thematic track | 16th SAAS CONFERENCE Universidad de Granada, March 28-30, 2023
Ominous Future, Damaged Present and Nostalgia for the Past: Return to Normalcy?
For nearly two decades, the “antisocial thesis” has enthralled queer theoretical thought, permeating a variety of debates surrounding relationality, sexuality, gender, race, psychoanalysis, and temporality. Christened by Robert L. Caserio during an infamous 2005 MLA panel, the antisocial thesis, Caserio elaborates, described a “decade of explorations of queer unbelonging” positioned against an intensifying “gay rage for normalizing sociability.” As Robyn Wiegman warns, however, the antisocial thesis “is not ‘a’ thesis.
The Marilynne Robinson Society will be hosting a panel on a wide variety of topics connected to Robinson’s essays and novels at the annual conference of the American Literature Association.
The annual American Literature Association (ALA) conference will take place in Boston, MA, May 25-28, 2023.
Please submit a 350-word proposal and short bio to email@example.com by November 15, 2020.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Reconfiguring Corporeality in 21st Century
How would it be possible to think the reality of the mind, of the I-subject, without a lived body?
CALL FOR PAPERS
Body and Sexuality: Beyond Cultural Binaries
Volume 6 Issue 1 Fall 2022
Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS), an open-access peer-reviewed academic e-journal, invites original and unpublished research papers and book reviews from various interrelated disciplines including, but not limited to, literature, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, history, sociology, law, ecology, environmental science, and economics.
Marilynne Robinson, Jesus and John Wayne, and the American Evangelical Tradition
Given this year's thematic focus on civil rights, the Philosophy of Religion Unit invites scholars to think along politico-theological lines regarding the religious sources of "rights," but we will also accept proposals related to themes and issues in philosophy of religion that extend beyond topics related to the sources and origins of “rights,” including the following:
International Thomas Merton Society
College English Association
52nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE
San Antonio, TX - Sheraton Gunter Hotel
March 30-April 1, 2023
Call for Papers
Call for Papers:
Alabama State University
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Research and Creative Activity
2023 International Hybrid Symposium
RCAS 2nd Annual International Hybrid Symposium 2023 Topic:
CENTERS AND PERIPHERIES: THE GLOBAL PREMODERN CALL FOR PAPERS AND SESSIONS April 20-22, 2023
EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 14, 2022
Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas
Featuring Keynote Speakers: Jonathan Hsy, George Washington University and Ulinka Rublack, University of Cambridge
Jonathan Hsy will be speaking on “Crafty Mobilities: Disabled Travel Writing and a Global Middle Ages”
Ulinka Rublack will be speaking on "The Triumph of Fashion in the Early Modern World"
The College English Association, a gathering of scholar-teachers in English studies, welcomes proposals for presentations on Travel and Literature for our 52nd annual conference, March 30-April 1, 2023, in San Antonio, Texas. Submit your 250-500 word abstract at https://www.conftool.pro/cea2023.
CFP: Special Issue on Memories of Antiquity
We invite prospective contributions for a special journal issue centred around modes of remembering antiquity (including the reception of ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, the Near East, and other cultural contexts).
Call for Papers
Reading HBO’s Euphoria - Edited Collection
In recent years, there has been no more controversial TV series than HBO’s Euphoria. Adapted from an Israeli production by the same name, by Sam Levinson, its explicit portrayal of Gen Z addiction, sexual violence, and identity crisis has attracted cult devotion and open-mouthed condemnation. The furore around Euphoria’s portrayals of heroin, nudity and mental health have obscured just how complex a take on our culture this high school drama really is. Peek behind the social-media-mirroring of its tone, and you find a work of deep sophistication.
CALL FOR PAPERS
“Religion, Secularism and Nationalism: Literature of South Asia” for the journal, SARE: Southeast Asian Review of English (International peer-reviewed journal indexed in Elsevier's Scopus, and Clarivate Analytics' Emerging Sources Citation Index)
Guest Editors: Nukhbah Taj Langah and Goutam Karmakar
Description: This panel suggest studying the “Digital Communities of Resilience in everyday life”. The online and the offline world are more interdependent. The COVID-19 pandemic had multiple impacts in everyday life. This has created a new set of variables that are constantly influencing how ideas are produced and amplified through communities.
Hey everybody, The 19th annual Tolkien @ UVM conference will be held on April 1st 2023. Abstracts are due by January 15th 2023. Please keep them to about 200 words. And send them to Chris Vaccaro at firstname.lastname@example.org We are accepting papers on all things concerning the Second Age of Middle-earth. Topics will vary and some papers not on this theme will also be accepted. Priority will be given to enquiries into history, historiography, and the historicity of race, gender, sexuality. This is a hybrid conference, so presenters can attend in person (preferred) or virtually. Our keynote will be the amazing Gergely Nagy!
Call for Papers
Postsocialist Affectivity and Intersectional Feminism
Volume 68 (1/2023)
Submission deadline: October 31, 2022
Jana Kukaine (Art Academy of Latvia)
Natalia Anna Michna (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Since its emergence, medieval disability studies has asked questions about the meanings of disability in the Middle Ages, the lived experiences of people with disabilities, and how scholars can apply the frameworks of disability studies to medieval texts. Although these questions have led to insightful and field-changing scholarship, much of this work centers the Western tradition. In order to explore a broader and more accurate view of disability in the global Middle Ages, we ask these same questions but with a focus on non-Western texts. This panel seeks presentations on any aspect of disability in the global Middle Ages, and we welcome submissions from across disciplines, including literature, art, history, religion, and philosophy.
“Diaspora” has broadly come to mean all people who have a particular country of origin but live outside it either due to the 'pull' or 'push' factor. According to James Clifford, the diaspora is a “signifier”, “not simply of transnationality and movement” (1994, 308). At present, “diaspora” goes beyond the context of geographical migrant and marks a departure from the heterosexual identity of a subject. The goal of this special session is to create a space to understand the problematics of the South Asian Diaspora in the contemporary scenario and to explore the gap areas in this field. This panel aims at re-constructing the category of South Asian Diaspora who leave the ‘origin’ of their forefathers and settle or are born elsewhere.
Organisers: Lilith Todd (Columbia) and Christopher Geary (UC Berkeley)
(CTRL-)Shifting Practices: Advancing Internet Research Ethics through Feminist Rhetorics