Critical articles on the representation of Muslims/Islam in Indian films are invited from research scholars/faculty members for the upcoming volume "Muslims in Indian Cinema" to be edited by Md Sarfaraj Nawab and Asrin Khatun.
Reunion: The Dallas Review is currently accepting CNF, Drama, Fiction, Poetry, Translation, and Visual Art submissions for its eleventh issue. Submissions close on January 15, 2021, and Volume 11 issue will be published in Fall 2021.
Submissions link: <a href="https://reunionthedallasreview.submittable.com/submit"> https://reunionthedallasreview.submittable.com/submit </a>
General Formatting Guidelines:
University of Birmingham*
Date: 9 July 2021
Registration: estimated £10, £5 students/unwaged
The X-Files Companion - Call for Contributions
Chapter proposals are invited for a proposed edited companion on the seminal television series The X-Files (1993-2018, Fox), its movies, spin offs (The Lone Gunmen, Millennium), and surrounding paratextual material (books, comics, fan fiction etc).
The 55th International Conference organized by
The American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK)
“Identity Politics and Political Institutions”
Venue: Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea
Date: October 29-30, 2021
Deadline for submitting proposals: April 30, 2021
Notification of acceptance: May 31, 2021
Submission of papers for the conference proceedings: August 31, 2021
The Howard University Graduate English Student Association’s 5th Annual Conference
Forging Identities: Agency, Voice, and Representation in African American Literature and Beyond
Deadline for Submissions: January 16, 2021
Conference Date: March 26, 2021
Conference Location: Zoom
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Keith D. Leonard, Author of Fettered Genius
31st Annual Online Mardi Gras Conference at LSU
“Uncertain Futures: Exploring Ambiguities, Hopes and Anxieties”
Dates: Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 - Friday, February 12th, 2021
We are pleased to invite you and your colleagues towards a book chapter for COVID-19 & Society: A Sociological Approach to Pandemic to be published by Innovative Publication (India). Please submit your chapter(s) before December 20, 2020. There will be no publication charge for the contribution of book chapter(s).
Please submit your chapter in the attached template on email@example.com.
(Submissions must be formatted as font size 11 point Times Roman with 1.5 line spacing & the APA referencing style)
APROXIMACIONES A LO MONSTRUOSO Y LO FEMENINO: DE LO “HUMANO” A LO POSTHUMANO
El número 43 (2021) de la revista Estudios Humanísticos. Filología tendrá como título "Aproximaciones a lo monstruoso y lo femenino: de lo “humano” a lo posthumano” y tiene como objeto recoger estudios originales sobre lo monstruoso y lo femenino y sus diferentes manifestaciones.
Por ello proponemos recoger artículos escritos en español y en inglés que avancen en el estudio de esta temática. Se sugieren, sin excluir otras, las siguientes áreas de investigación:
• Lo monstruoso femenino en literatura, cine, television, teatro, arte, etc.
Call for Proposals for Papers and Panels:
Gender Studies Area
Popular Culture Association (PCA) National Conference
June 2-5, 2021
Boston, MA (option for virtual participation)
The Center for Austrian and German Studies (CAGS) at Ben Gurion University of the Negev and the Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies are inviting submissions for an April 27-28 2021 (online) conference, focusing on the varied presence of Americans in Vienna during the first decade after the Second World War. Papers from the conference will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Austrian-American History.
Call For Book Chapters
Mahesh Dattani's Plays: Language and Culture
Niladri R. Chatterjee (Department of English, University of Kalyani), Nibedita Mukherjee (Department of English, Sidho Kanho Birsha University, and Nilanjana Chatterjee (Department of English, Durgapur Govt. College)
Scope of the Book:
Women of the Harlem Renaissance
Triennial Conference, Baltimore, Nov. 4-7, 2021
This panel will explore the multiple ways women participated in the Harlem Renaissance, a period during which women writers were particularly prominent. Paper proposals are welcome on women writing in any genre—novels, stories, poetry, journalism, drama, memoir, letters—as well as across genres. Possible topics include:
Resources for American Literary Study (Penn State UP), a journal of archival and bibliographical scholarship in American literature, is inviting submissions for its upcoming 2021 double-issue. Covering all periods of American literature, RALS welcomes both traditional and digital approaches to archival and bibliographical analysis. For full consideration for 2021, please submit by March 1, 2021.
The thirteenth biennial Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, which will be held virtually from April 21-23, 2021, will focus on policies and practices for planning and convening antiracist conferences. The exigence for our theme is global and local. This year’s uprisings for Black liberation have only reaffirmed the need for institutions of higher education to confront their roles in perpetuating a white supremacist system and, with the BIPOC students, faculty, and staff who have endured this violence and marginalization, to create just and equitable structures in its place.
Université des Antilles et Le Mans Université
7 – 8 – 9 décembre 2021
« Décoloniser les mémoires de l’esclavage »
Annual Conference of the German Association for Postcolonial Studies (GAPS), University of Oldenburg, 13-15 May 2021
“The book always aims at installing an order, whether it is the order in which it is deciphered, the order in which it is to be understood, or the order intended by the authority who commanded or permitted the work.” (Roger Chartier, The Order of the Book)
If, according to Roger Chartier, “the book always aims at installing an order,” what does it mean for the book to be out of order? Is it broken? Is it committing some kind of transgression? Is it still a book? What is a book supposed to do, and what does it mean when it falls short of its perceived functions – or overshoots them?
The theme of decay and regeneration captures our current global moment of political uncertainty, environmental catastrophe, public health crises, and mass protest. In the past few years, we have witnessed a once-in-a-century pandemic; global protests in response to police brutality; a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season; the largest wildfires in recorded Amazonian, American, and Australian history; the continued resurgence of fascist political ideologies; and the potential collapse of liberal democracy as we know it.
A Virtual Gathering of the Indigenous Literary Studies Association
Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
June 1-3, 2021
Hosted online at the University of Alberta, Treaty 6/Métis Nation Region 4
In a time when the majority of our interactions are happening in virtual spaces, ILSA seeks via its 2021 gathering to remember, affirm, and critically consider our embeddedness in particular landscapes, in diverse Indigenous territories, on land that--as Taqralik Partridge reminds us--“does not belong to us.” Instead, she asserts, “nunattinut pigijauvugut”:“We belong to the land.”
In the past decades, video games have established themselves as a global entertainment medium enjoying ever-increasing sales and profits. What was once a contested form of entertainment, now benefits from a level of social acceptability comparable to that of more traditional media such as the cinema. The popularity and cultural capital of video games calls for an inquiry into their contribution to the construction of cultural identity. While this avenue of research has begun to gain momentum, as proven by the increasing number of academic publications on gender identity or sexual orientation, less attention has been given to colonialism and colonial subjects in the context of today’s neoliberal postcolonial and postcommunist world.
A quarterly call for papers rolling over every quarter for the Year 2021 is open for papers on Education and Multidisciplinary Studies
IRA International Journal of Education and Multidisciplinary Studies is a peer-reviewed quarterly publication reviewing and publishing the works on education, pedagogy, language teaching, instructional methodologies, educational psychology, educational foundations, learning management, and allied studies.
ISSN 2455-2526 | DOI 10.21013/jems
OCLC No. 953422331 | ZDB No. 2861289-9
The journal published FOUR issues in a calendar year in the manner as follows:
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will organize the 25th edition of the Symposium of Students in English on 16 April 2021. The event is open to both undergraduate and M.A. students who take an interest in research connected to:
Researching the Influence of Feminist Film Theory
on 21st Century Films and TV Series
Université Toulouse 2 Jean-Jaurès
November 19th, 2021
Crises: Climate and Critique in the Literature and Arts of the English-Speaking World after 1800
International conference in Paris · November 18 - 20, 2021
University Sorbonne Nouvelle
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Catholicism in Ireland and Beyond
Call for Papers for Online Conference taking place on 22 and 23 July 2021
Professor Richard Kearney, Boston College, USA.
Professor Tom Inglis, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Professor Emeritus Marie Parker-Jenkins, University of Limerick, Ireland.
Dr Nóirín Ní Riain, Limerick, Ireland.
Mark Patrick Hederman OSB, Glenstal Abbey, Ireland.
Exploring the Renaissance 2021: An International Conference, March 25-27
The Andrew Marvell Society invites proposals for 15- to 20-minute papers to be presented at the 2021 South Central Renaissance Conference (SCRC) on any aspect of Marvell studies. Proposals are welcomed on all topics.