Call for Papers: Studies in Hogg and his World
Call for Papers: Studies in Hogg and his World
Gender Performance on the Elizabethan Stage and Beyond: Radicality or Run-of-the-mill?
Université de Poitiers
U.F.R Sciences Humaines et Arts
U.F.R Lettres et Langues
MAPP & CESCM
Co-organisers: Oliver NORMAN & Louis ANDRE
“Viola. I am all the daughters of my father’s house, / And all the brothers too”
(Twelfth Night, Or What You Will, II.4.120–21)
Verge will be sponsoring Global Asias panels and roundtables at the upcoming AAS and AAAS conferences. Our goal is to help generate and support work that straddles or otherwise navigates the differences and overlaps between Asian Studies, Asian American Studies, and Asian Diaspora Studies as intellectual formations and interdisciplines.
The 14th Annual Louisiana Studies Conference will be held September 16-17, 2022, at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The conference committee is now accepting presentation proposals for the upcoming conference. Presentation proposals on any aspect of the 2022 conference theme “Supernatural Louisiana,” as well as creative texts by, about, and/or for Louisiana and Louisianans, are sought for this year’s conference.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Samuel Beckett's "Not I" this November! Join us for a three-day event to discuss Beckett's short play and meet renowned Beckett scholar S. E. Gontarski, who will be the special guest.
The deadline for abstracts has been extended to July 31, 2022. Papers may focus on "Not I" or any theme in Beckett's work. We encourage graduate students and independent scholars to send their work. Please submit your 250-word proposal to email@example.com. All panels will be plenary and presenters will have 15-20 minutes to speak.
Femspec special issue: A Feminist Black Mirror? Rethinking Gender and/or Sexuality in the Digital Age through Charlie Brooker’s Dystopia
Call for Contributions (critical essays and creative writing)
Editor: Miguel Sebastián-Martín (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)
Birthing the Future: Eighteenth-Century Midwifery and Obstetrics
We invite submissions on long 18th-century midwifery and obstetrics studies to be presented as a panel at the 16th International Congress for 18th-Century Studies, July 3-7, 2023 in Rome (ISECS 2023). Investigations can include, but are not limited to:
understandings of pregnancy, labor, and postpartum processes and practices;
analyses of textual and visual rhetoric in midwifery manuals and obstetrics works;
readings of material artifacts (e.g., medical instruments, birthing spaces, pharmaceutics);
Call for Papers
Women and Hollywood: Tales of Inequality, Abuse and Resistance in the Dream Factory
Edited by Karen McNally
Abstract Deadline: Friday 15 July 2022
The 1st International Humanities – Society – Identity Congress Programme Committee is looking forward to welcoming you to Warsaw. The Congress embraces the study of all aspects pertaining to the notions of Humanities – Society – Identity.
The Congress Programme comprises plenary lectures, debates, general sessions and networking research group sessions reflecting three main themes, i.e. Humanities (day 1), Society (day 2) and Identity (day 3). Each day there are Speed-Dating sessions for young researchers “The Voice of the Next Generation” on a special virtual venue.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION TYPES:
The term avant-garde usually applies to works of art, literature and music characterized by their radical experimentation and opposition to institutionalized culture. Leading unconventional and non-conformist lives, the avant-gardists antagonized the bourgeoise by attacking their social values, mediocrity and material interests. Instead, these iconoclastic artists engaged in acts of dissidence promoted in soirées, manifestos, journals and exhibits that interfered with public life. For instance, Marinetti paraded with the Suffragettes smashing windows through the streets of London, an act that echoes his fervor to destroy museums and academies, as described in the 1909 Futurist Manifesto.
“Critical theory,” Hortense Spillers has written, “witnesses its most impressive moments of efflorescence in times of crisis”. Yet classical critical theory’s analyses of consumer society, of totalitarianism, of the public sphere, and of culture, were predicated on a wholly different set of crises to those which ‘we’ are now experiencing. Under today’s drastically different conditions of cultural and material production, what tools can critical theory offer for grappling with ‘our current moment’?
Call for Papers for an Edited Volume
Editors: Dr Meenu A. Gupta and Dr Kamalpreet Kaur
We invite chapters for an edited volume of essays dedicated to the glorious event of 75 years of Indian Independence with a look back at the history of the umbrella term ‘Indian English Literature’.
International Conference 'Eco-anxiety and Spirituality in Literature'
February 23-24, 2023
Let’s Get Digital embraces the timely opportunity to critically reexamine the impacts of digital technology and the barrage of information on our perceptions of reality. Specifically, this panel is focusing on digital art, history, curatorial strategies, critical theory, emergent platforms and forms of creative expression. In bringing together a panel of artists, scholars, and curators we hope to collectively reflect on our present post-internet age, to borrow Byung-Chul Han’s term, ‘the age of like’, and what it means to engage with the digital realm, over half-a-century since its inception.
Call for Papers: International Conference
Immunity and Contagion: Philosophical and Biopolitical Approaches Toward the Pandemic
29-30 September 2022, Vilnius
The conference “Immunity and Contagion: Philosophical and Biopolitical Approaches toward the Pandemic” will seek to reconceptualize the notions of immunity and contagion and redefine the concept of biopolitics in the current crisis caused by the COVID-19. We invite scholars from different philosophical backgrounds to consider key questions that constitute and are constituted by the concepts of immunity and contagion.
CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Sexuality: Literature, Cinema, and Culture
Edited by Rishiraj Pal and Dr. Sarmila Paul
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to the following:
“Let me walk to the edge of genre”
Ben Lerner’s Poetry, Fiction, criticism and artistic collaborations
June 28 - July 1 2023
Guest of Honor: Ben Lerner
Mary K. Holland, State University of New York, New Paltz, USA
This session is part of the 35th annual Medieval-Renaissance Conference, sponsored by the Center for Medieval-Renaissance Studies at the University of Virginia's College at Wise, Spetember 15-17, 2022. It welcomes proposals about all topics related to King Arthur as a figure in literature, history, art, and entertainment. Interested in interdisciplinary approaches, such as the character of Arthur in romance and history, in art and literature, and in popular media, are especially encouraged. We also welcome proposals on:
The Center for Medieval-Renaissance Studies of the University of Virginia's College at Wise announces
Medieval-Renaissance Conference XXXV, September 15-17, 2022
The Weight that English Carries: Vernacularity Before and After Chaucer
Memory and Identity in North Africa
CALL FOR PAPERS
Acta Ludologica (ISSN 2585-8599, e-ISSN 2585-9218) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal published twice a year in both online and print versions. It focuses on the comprehensive discourse of games and digital games, including theoretical and empirical studies, research results, and their implementation into practice, as well as professional publication reviews and scientific reviews of digital games.
Call for Papers
Critical Essays on the Highlander Franchise
Abstract Submission Deadline: This is an updated call - open until filled
The Women in Supernatural: Critical Essays
Under consideration with McFarland & Company
Susan Nylander, Barstow College
Mandy Taylor, California State University, San Bernardino
Utopias and (their opposite) dystopias arise from the urge to describe a possible world, a hard-to-come-true probability. Therefore, they either promise good news or foreshadow a warning for the future, depending on the benign or malign nature of the urge.
* Please note: This Creative Writing panel will be part of the SAMLA (South Atlantic Modern Language Association) Conference in Jacksonville, Florida, Nov. 11-13, 2022.
54th NeMLA Annual Convention, March 23-26, 2023 in Niagara Falls, New York
While representations of disability can be found across creative fields throughout history, their study and sociopolitical implications in society’s popular imaginary only started gaining traction in the 1990s, namely in the United States and United Kingdom. Since then, pioneering scholarly work has paved the way for further critical attention to a reality that has been often instrumentalized to 1) advance ableist notions of “normalcy” through what Sally Chivers and Nicole Markotić (2010) term the “problem body;” and 2) to exclude from the social realm those who deviate from the established able-bodied norms.