When we think of the western literary canon, we tend to think of the famous authors and works that have shaped our literary and scholarly culture into what it is today: Dante, Shakespeare, Milton, Dickens, Twain, Whitman, and the list goes on and on. But In our age of cultural and technological advancement, we believe that the bodies of works we consider worthy of study should also reflect the current world around us. Thus, the goal of this issue of The Humanities Review is to shine a spotlight on those authors, works, and platforms which have not yet found a home in the literary/academic canon, but still merit the kind of close literary analysis afforded to the canon.
Reconceptualizing Response: Using Instructor Feedback to Promote Equity and Linguistic Justice in the Writing Classroom
500-word proposals with 50-word bios due January 15, 2022
Is it true that, according to a 2019 study, men are ‘officially funnier than women’?
Midwest Conference on Literature, Language and Media
April 8-10, 2022
CALL FOR PAPERS: MCLLM
Conference Date: April 8-10, 2022
Deadline for Proposals: January 16, 2022
Theme: “Tough but Necessary Conversations: Social Justice in Literature, Language, and Media"
Shaw Symposium, 22-24 July 2022
The Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ONT, CA and Zoom
The International Shaw Society and the Shaw Festival invite scholars and theatre artists to present new work at the 19thannual Summer Shaw Symposium. The event will be held on-site at the Festival; a Zoom option is provided for those who wish to attend the presentations digitally.
Focused on Bernard Shaw’s life, his works, his contemporaries, and his legacies, the Symposium seeks presentations that relate to the plays included in the Shaw Festival’s 2022 season, especially Too True to Be Good and The Doctor’s Dilemma.
Humanitarian Aid:(Hi)Stories, Impact and ChallengesInternational Conference29-30 January 2022
( Zoom sessions:2 days-Virtual platform:5 days)
GIRES, the Global Institute for Research, Education & Scholarship creates a welcoming space for discussion and exploration of the rich history of the humanitarian organizations and their work during times of distress.
The fourth industrial revolution is quickly changing communication patterns, global trade policies, political alliances and people’s lifestyles. Consequently, it is becoming more important than ever to promote broader mutual understanding among people from different cultures through translation, interpreting and other channels of intercultural communication.
Bethune-Cookman University welcomes proposals for its tenth annual Zora Neale Hurston Conference, to be held virtually on February 17-18, 2022. The Immutable Zora: Classic and Classy celebrates Hurston’s legacy and recognizes established and emerging scholarship.
You are invited to submit abstracts for individual or panel presentations on topics related to Hurston or that reflect her multidisciplinary interests. Presentations can be scholarly, pedagogical, and/or creative. Please submit 250-300 word abstracts to us by 15 January 2022 here: https://forms.gle/SWEZGJwKK5F9S2MV7
Presenters will be notified by 21 January 2022.
What are We Laughing at? Politics of Recognition and Representation in Indian Stand-Up Comedy
UPDATED: SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED
Imagining Queer Domesticities
Call for Contributions
Call for Papers for ARISTEIA: The Journal of Myth, Literature, and Culture
Myth, Deep Time, Extinction, Survival
Identidades Híbridas: la imaginación de lo social / a imaginação do social
February 18, 2022- Hybrid Modality (Washington, DC)
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Deadline January 10, 2022
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown University invites you to participate in its Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium 2022 (GRAPHSY).This year’s conference welcomes proposals within the theme of Identidades Híbridas: la imaginación de lo social / a imaginação do social, encouraging the submission of a broad range of research in the fields of Linguistics, and Iberian and Latin American Literatures, and Cultures.
Call for Papers: 2023 General Issue of The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945
The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945 is the annual peer-reviewed journal for The Space Between Society. Like the society, the journal is devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship on the period bracketed by the two World Wars. We are interested in approaches to texts of all kinds, emphasizing research on lesser-known writers and artists and understudied topics of the period, including literary and cultural responses to the First and Second World Wars. We welcome submissions from a variety of disciplines and from scholars around the world, as we seek to approach our period from a broad range of perspectives.
Call for Papers: Rukeyser’s Difficulty
American Literature Association Annual Conference
Chicago, IL, May 26-29, 2022
American Furies: Collective Action and the Politics of Moral Outrage
“Our ability to respond with outrage depends upon a tacit realization that there is a worthy life that has been injured or lost…”
Judith Butler, “Survivability, Vulnerability, Affect”
“Outrage has become the signature emotion of American public life.”
Lance Morrow, “America is Addicted to Outrage”
ALA 2022 author’s society panel call for papers
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman: Open Topic
Beyond the Margins.
A Graduate Journal of Literary Scholarship
University of New Orleans
Beyond the Margins is a new annual, online, 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.
The Willa Cather Foundation will sponsor two separate panels at the American Literature Association’s 33rd Annual Conference, to be held in Chicago, IL May 26-29, 2022.
Cather and Her Contemporaries: As the publication of her letters has demonstrated, Willa Cather had personal, aesthetic, philosophical, and social ties with a wide range of writers, artists, musicians, and public figures. What’s more, her fiction, nonfiction, and poetry were sites of engagement where many of these connections were both widened and deepened. The Willa Cather Foundation seeks paper proposals that pursue a richer understanding of Cather’s connections with her contemporaries, including but not limited to:
Call for papers for the international symposium
On the improbable and monstrous accident in cinema
University of Caen Normandie, école supérieure d’arts et médias de Caen/Cherbourg
The 6th and 7th of April 2022
Under the direction of:
Alexis Guillier (artist and PhD student in the RADIAN program, ComUE Normandie)
Philippe Ortoli (film study professor, University of Caen - LASLAR)
The year 2022 will mark one hundred years of the publication of two of the greatest texts of English literature, T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land and James Joyce’s Ulysses. The P.G. Department of English, Utkal University is especially keen to seize the moment by celebrating this centenary event in the form of a two-day national conference. The conference will explore modernism and its afterlives by moving into the thick of the debates, discourses, and departures it has spawned.
CALL FOR PAPERS
INTERFACES: Representing Human and Environmental Vulnerability
in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
University of Granada
9-10 June, 2022
As we live in Covid 19 times we are more than ever concerned about mental health. But otherwise, mental health is something that we do not often engage with. There is a stigma attached to issues of mental health. Mental health issues involve anxiety disorders, behavioural and emotional disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia and other psychoses, dementia, development disorders, autism, among others.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 2nd International Conference on Gender Studies and Sexuality, we would like to invite researchers, Ph.D. candidates, scholars, activists, and practitioners from various fields to participate and contribute to promoting and disseminating scientific knowledge in the area of gender studies and sexuality.
We are pleased to welcome you to the 14th International Conference on Humanities, Psychology and Social Sciences. Taking place on the 29th- 31st of July in the vibrant city of Dublin, Republic of Ireland, it will bring together a truly international community of academics to share experiences and exchange research findings on all aspects of specialized and interdisciplinary fields. This is a premier learning opportunity, combined with vibrant networking activities and engaging discussions on the latest innovations, trends, and practical concerns and challenges in the field.
The Chesapeake Digital Humanities Consortium (CDHC) invites submissions for its third annual conference: Digital Pandemic Studies: Public Health and Structural Oppressions In the early 2020s we as citizens of the world find ourselves grappling with two pandemics - COVID-19 and its long tail, race and structural oppressions in public life, and all the places where these two intersect. With this in mind, the Chesapeake Digital Humanities Conference invites proposals for papers to be presented at the 2022 CDHC on any topic related to the COVID-19 pandemic and/or structural oppressions in public life, and in particular where the two intersect.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 26th Symposium of Students in English
Deadline for submissions:
January 31, 2022
Notification of acceptance:
February 15, 2022
Name of organization:
West University of Timisoara
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will organize the 26th edition of the Symposium of Students in English on 8-9 April 2022. The event is open to both undergraduate and M.A. students who take an interest in research connected to:
CFP: "Altered States" - FSAC Grad Colloquium, Co-Hosted by Utoronto/York (February 18-19 2022)deadline for submissions: December 17, 2021full name / name of organization: Film Studies Association of Canada, Cinema Studies Graduate Student Union (University of Toronto), and the Gradaute Film Student Association (York University)contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CFP: FSAC Grad Colloquium, Co-Hosted by Utoronto/York (February 18-19 2022)
We have been invited by McFarland to expand a recent article on diversity and cancel culture in television (Anderson-Lopez et al., 2021) for a book proposal further exploring the phenomenon of audience sway over television content. Please see the CFP below and feel free to reach out to us with questions. We hope to turn around the book proposal to McFarland in a timely manner, so please note the January 10, 2022, deadline for 300-500 word chapter proposals. We look forward to reading your submissions and collaborating on this edited collection!
The Center for American Studies at the University of Bucharest
invites proposals for their workshop on the topic
Picturing the Perpetrator in Comics and Graphic Narratives
to be held online
on May 7 2022