This conference panel for the Area for Esotericism, Occultism.
In recognition of the mainstream attention brought to Dune by Villeneuve's adaptation, the Area for Esotericism, Occultism and Magic at the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association invites the proposal of papers to this special panel intended to investigate and examine esoteric, occult. and magical inspirations, parallels, and reciprocals influences on the "Duniverse."
***The deadline for paper submissions to ACLA 2022 has been extended to Nov 30, 2021.***
Special Issue with the Journal of International Women’s Studies
On Docility and Volatility: Uncovering Women’s Bodies as Sites of Violence and Resistance in South Asian Literature
Special Issue Editor:
Goutam Karmakar, Barabazar BTM College, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, WB, India
ANZAMEMS 2022 CONFERENCE ON RECEPTION AND EMOTION
CFP - PANEL ON AESTHETICS IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN POETRY
UPDATED - ONLINE PRESENTATIONS NOW ACCEPTED AND DEADLINE EXTENDED.
We invite scholarly proposals for papers on aesthetics in medieval and early modern poetry (c. 400 to 1800), as part of a panel or panels being established at ANZAMEMS 2022. The link to the main website and call for papers is here: https://www.anzamems2021.com/
CFP Submission Link and Website: https://dragrace-p45cfp.com/
Post45 Contemporaries Site: https://post45.org/contemporaries/
Guess who’s back in the house
Heels click-clackin’ about
Fine, fresh, feminine, style to eleven
I’m divine, so heavenly
It’s dimes across the board with no doubt
Body like wow
— RuPaul, “Call Me Mother”
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Working title: Indigenous social media and digital environments
Special Issue of Transmotion: https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/transmotion/index
Issue editors: Ashley Caranto Morford, Tanja Grubnic, and Jeffrey Ansloos
In this seminar, we hope to rethink long-held associations between novel and nation-state in light of recent insights from oceanic studies, archipelagic studies, as well as transatlantic, transpacific, and Indian Ocean contexts. What kinds of genres and narrative frameworks unfold from a maritime, as opposed to land-based, perspective? How do novelists negotiate these commitments across multiple scales—and what ways of reading emerge by centering islands, coasts, ports, and other liminal spaces?
I am recruiting contributors for a collection of scholarly essays with the working title Starcrossed Century: Astrology in Global Society from World War One to Covid. The book is designed to address the identification of the history of astrology with "premodern" history. The historiography of astrology is very active and intellectually exciting, but it focuses almost entirely on the period before 1800. Yet never have there been more astrological believers and practitioners than today. So far I have committments for two essays, one (by me) on American astrologers and COVID, and one on astrology and identity in the sixties counterculture. I want to avoid too heavy a focus on the Anglophone world (although I would love a serious essay on astrology
The Area of Esotericism, Occultism, and Magic at the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association seeks papers for a special panel for its annual conference this February 23-26 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which focuses on the adaptation of esoteric, occult, and magical texts into the medium of film. While the direct adaptation of such texts into the cinematic medium is vanishingly rare (a notable example, characteristically obscure but intriguing, being the 2003 filmic adaptation of Austin Spare's Earth Inferno; by contrast, the other most notable example, The Wizard of Oz, eclipses the Theosophical origins of its adapted source text with its cinematic fame), suggestion or simulation of such texts in reception, reference, or placement
The 15th annual Brandeis Graduate Student Conference will be held March 25th, 2022, with the theme “Beyond the Archive: Interpreting Silence.”
We the editors plan to publish a collection of essays celebrating 400 years of Thomas Middleton’s legacy as a dramatist, from his final work for the commercial stageup to the present day.
Call for Papers: Research and Creative Activity Hybrid Symposium 2022 Topic: Pandemic
Alabama State University
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
RCA Hybrid Symposium
Deadline for Abstract Submissions: January 15, 2022
Submit your Abstract to: RCAS@alasu.edu
Submissions encouraged from Faculty, Undergraduate and Graduate Students, and Professionals. Acceptance Response: February 1, 2022
Conference Date: March 29, 2022
Diaspora Cinema and Media: Globalising the Local
This AHRC-funded virtual conference is the culmination of the Diaspora Screen Media Network’s series of successful events. The network has been formed to examine and discuss the exciting new viewing practices in relation to screen media and social networking apps in the field of Black British and British Asian diaspora screen media.
International Conference (Online) on "Digitally-Aided Mobilities in the Post-Pandemic Asian Context"
May 19-20, 2022
Call for Papers
The Velvet Light Trap #91
Second International Environmental Humanities Conference: Critical Animal and Plant Studies
Cappadocia University (Mustafapaşa Campus, 50420 Ürgüp/Nevşehir,Turkey)
May 16-18, 2022
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- Paola Cavalieri (Etica & Animali; The Helsinki Group, www.cetaceanrights.org) (Online)
- Monica Gagliano (The University of Western Australia) (In-person)
- Douglas Vakoch (METI International) (In-person)
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SPECIAL ISSUE
Through the Blue Kaleidoscope—Cinema, Caste, and All that the Screen Does Not Show
We are pleased to announce the first special issue of All About Ambedkar: A Journal on Theory and Praxis (e-ISSN 2582-9785). The Special Issue will be on Through the Blue Kaleidoscope—Cinema, Caste, and All that the Screen Does Not Show. It will be edited by Arijeet Mandal, Assistant Professor of Film Studies, Jadavpur University, India.
CFP (due 31 Dec 2021): Humour in Times of Confrontations, 1901 to the Present(under contract with Routledge)
We’d like to invite humanities scholars to contribute to our edited volume, Humour in Times of Confrontations, 1901 to the Present, to be published in 2022/23 by Routledge in the Humour in Literature and Culture series.
The Washington Irving Society (washingtonirvingsociety.org) invites proposals for any topic related to the study of Irving’s writings, reception, historical contexts, or contemporaries for the American Literature Association Conference in Chicago, May 26-29, 2022. All critical approaches are welcome. Please send an abstract of approximately 250 words plus a brief bio to Dr. Sean Keck at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 25th, 2022. For more information about the ALA Conference, please see americanliteratureassociation.org
‘GEMMS – Gateway to Early Modern Manuscript Sermons’ is a collaboratively populated union catalogue and finding aid for early modern sermon manuscripts from the British Isles and North America. Established in 2014, our database now contains records for over 23,000 sermons and sermon reports in c. 1,400 manuscripts in 70 archives.
We are now looking to expand our dataset, and are inviting researchers with data on early modern manuscript sermons (1530–1715) to contribute their own records, and to suggest additions and corrections to existing entries. Our Research Assistants will upload this data and credit researchers publicly for their contributions.
Call for Papers – LEA 11 (2022)
Deadline for submissions: May 8, 2022
Publication: December 2022
LEA is a peer-reviewed international scholarly journal based at the University of Florence that publishes original research papers in all areas of literature, linguistics, and philology.
We are pleased to announce that submissions are now open for LEA 11 (2022):
Conflict and contrast in language and literature
This is a call for contributions to a set of articles we aim to submit to a leading peer-reviewed journal as a special issue on “Reorienting the Gulf: Epistemologies, intellectual traditions and new approaches”. The project is organised by Charlotte Lysa (University of Oslo), Marc Owen Jones (Hamad bin Khalifa University), and Fatema Hubail (Georgetown University Qatar). Among possible target journals, the Journal of Arabian Studies has expressed an interest in principle, subject as always to the usual double-blind peer-review process.
Call for Papers
The University as a Theater of Culture Wars:
Then and Now
Special Issue of Amerikastudien / American Studies
Edited by Florian Zappe
William Carlos Williams Society Biennial Conference
June 23-25, 2022
Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago
Chicago, Illinois, USA
The forthcoming WCW Society Biennial Conference invites papers on an intentionally diverse range of topics, with the goal of seeking places and poems in Williams’s oeuvre where a (re)evaluation may be fruitful. In what ways does Williams's work continue to challenge us as readers, scholars, persons? Conversely, how may we be drawn or compelled to challenge Williams's work, as readers, scholars, persons?
The Higher Institute of Applied Languages and Computer Science of Beja (ISLAIB)
The Department of Languages Organizes
AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
“ON HINTERLANDS AND HOMELANDS”
3-5 March 2022 Venue: Hammamet
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND PANEL PROPOSALS
Midwest Popular Culture Association/Midwest American Culture Association Virtual Professional Development Conference
Friday-Saturday, March 11-12, 2022 on Zoom
Submit paper, abstract, or panel proposals (including the title of the presentation) to the appropriate audience area on the Submissions website (https://bit.ly/ProDevSubmit22). Please do not submit the same paper to more than one audience area.
Theme for 2022: Becoming MPCA/ACA: The Virtual Conference for Emerging and Independent Popular Culture Studies Scholars
Deadline for receipt of proposals is Friday, January 14, 2022.
Call for Papers– DEADLINE EXTENDED!
ESOTERICISM, OCCULTISM, AND MAGIC
Southwest Popular / American Culture Association (SWPACA)
43rd Annual Conference, February 23-26, 2022
Hyatt Regency Hotel & Conference Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Proposal submission deadline: November 14, 2021
As one of our area's special events for the Southwestern Popular/American Culture Association's return to live annual conference activity this February 23-26, 2022, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Area for Esotericism, Occultism, and Magic invites presentations for a special panel (or, depending on the level of response, a series of related special panels) examining the diverse significance, influence, and impact of The King In Yellow in all of its expressions. Any of the angles suggested in the brief call below, along with any other insights into the text and metatext will be considered for inclusion. Proposals from any and all disciplines, interdisciplines, and transdisciplines are welcome; close readings and analyses of specific texts or ele