Call for Chapters for an Edited Volume
Human Rights in the Age of Drones: Critical Perspectives on Post-9/11 Literature, Film and Art
Editor: Muhammad Waqar Azeem, PhD (Binghamton University)
Abstract Deadline: June 15, 2023
GENERATIVE ART 2023
C A L L - F O R - P A P E R / P O S T E R / A R T W O R K S / P E R F O R M A N C E
We are seeking proposals focusing on Shakespeare and his time, Shakespeare and/or his peers, the influence of Shakespeare on later works of literature, including adaptations, translations, and productions of Shakespeare's plays, Shakespeare and critical race theory, feminism, post-colonial or science studies, and other proposals that touch on any aspect of Shakespeare and related topics. As a standing session we welcome paper proposals on a wide variety of topics; however, papers that address the conference theme of "Shifting Perspectives" in relation to Shakespeare are particularly welcome.
Proposals should be submitted through the PAMLA conference website: https://pamla.ballastacademic.com/
Workshop for Early Career Researchers
“Air Pollution, Plastics, and Global Health”
Organized by Savannah Schaufler
November 28-29, 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline:
August 1, 2023
Online via Zoom
Environmental Humanities; Health Humanities; Discard Studies; Human Ecology; Anthropology; Sociology; Human Behavior; Art and Visual Studies; Race Studies
Humanities in the Time of ChatGPT and other forms of Artificial Intelligence
Fall 2023 Issue of Critical Humanities
Abstract submission deadline is June 15, 2023
In a recent blogpost, Bill Gates announces the beginning of the age of AI. Gates’ enthusiastic pitch for AI is not limited to it being a groundbreaking technological advancement. He sees it as a powerful tool for achieving social and environmental justice. Gates notes “achievement in math is going down across the country, especially for Black, Latino, and low-income students” and he claims that “AI can help turn that trend around.”
"Hello Darkness, My Old Friend"
Darkness in the American Imagination | virtual conference 4–8 September 2023
We are very excited to share our Call for Papers for the 2023 Charles F. Fraker Graduate Student Conference, hosted by the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan. This year’s conference will be titled, "Dis/continuities: Unsettling Memory and Time" and will take place on October 6 and 7, 2023.
Journal of European Popular Culture (JEPC)
Next issue - call for articles
This peer-reviewed journal seeks lively submissions for its latest issues on any aspect of European cultural and creative activity.
- Early submission is encouraged -
The next issue is open at present
This peer reviewed journal is interested in contemporary practices, but also in historical, contextual, biographical or theoretical analyses relating to past cultural activities in Europe.
Replaying Communism: Cultural Memories of Soviet Occupation in European Media
Online symposium: 1 December 2023
University of Reading, United Kingdom
Keynote Speakers: Anikó Imre, Professor of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California; second keynote tbc.
Speculative Fiction has become the space in which imaginings of the future proliferate, not totally free of the specter of history, but free from the fatalism that subaltern communities often are forced to cope with under the weight of that history. As such, Indigenous writers, both in the US and in the rest of the world, have turned to the genre as a way to construct futurisms of survivance and resistance. Because settler histories work towards indigenous erasure, the question of individual and communal autonomy is central. In this context, Speculative Fiction has become a key component in the Indigenous fight to regain personal and communal autonomy from narratives of erasure and abjection.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Ninth Biennial Conference of the RECEPTION STUDY SOCIETY
at New Mexico State University and the Courtyard Marriott Las Cruces at NMSU
Sept. 28-30, Las Cruces, NM
PAMLA 2023 Special Session
October 26-29, 2023
This panel is and isn’t about poetry. At its core, it is a panel about our reading habits surrounding poetry, the ways in which the definition of poetry has shifted in its capaciousness, about how we recognize a poem, what has happened to poetry’s public in the wake of Amanda Gorman’s powerful reading of "The Hill We Climb" in Joseph Biden’s presidential inauguration, and what poetry might become in a heavily digitized, perhaps even metaversal future. The specter that haunts this panel is Stanley Fish’s “How to Recognize a Poem When You See One,” but his essay is really just one starting point in how critics have been fervently trying to recognize our reading habits on poetry.
Resources for American Literary Study (RALS), a journal of archival and bibliographical scholarship in American literature, invites submissions for our upcoming 2023 issues. Covering all periods of American literature, RALS welcomes both traditional and digital approaches to archival and bibliographical analysis.
PAMLA 2023 RHETORICAL THEORY PANEL
CALL FOR PAPERS -- EXTENDED DEADLINE
Portland, October 26-29th
Chair: Dr. Ryan Leack (USC)
This panel will explore recent movements in rhetorical theory writ large, either in connection with or apart from composition theory and practice. Special attention will be given to proposals that engage with the conference's theme.
ditors are seeking additional chapters for A Classroom Guide to Writing in Theatre and Performance Studies, a collection whose proposal is currently under review with Palgrave Macmillan. Contributions will be pedagogy-centered essays of 5000-6000 words. Proposal abstracts of approximately 500 words and a short bio are due to both editors by June 15 (extended from June 1).
We invite proposals for a special issue of the journal Porn Studies focused on the impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on pornography and sex work. The rapid advancement of AI technology and its increasing influence on these sectors present pressing ethical and societal issues that require further examination.
“We do not know what the dragon means, just as we do not know the meaning of the universe, but there is something in the image of the dragon that is congenial to man’s imagination… It is, one might say, a necessary monster” – Jorge Luis Borges.
17th Annual Globalization, Diversity, and Education (GDE) Conference
Relationality and the Spaces We Occupy in Time of Ecological Precarity
September 14-16, 2023
Airway Heights, WA
Proposals have been extended until June 12th, 2023. Please submit a proposal if you are interested.
120th Annual PAMLA Conference (2023): Portland, OR
Critical Approaches and Responses to AI: Roundtable
Call for Papers Anglica: An International Journal of English Studies University of Warsaw
Thematic Issue 2024: On New Developments in Critical Theory
Guest Editor: Jeremy Tambling
Professor, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw
Guest Editors: Caroline Nepton Hotte and Marie-Eve Bradette
« Il y a longtemps, fort longtemps, le monde tel que nous le connaissons aujourd’hui n’était qu’un vaste océan. Il était peu habité, sauf par quelques animaux aquatiques. À cette époque, les ancêtres des Wendat vivaient plutôt au-dessus, dans un autre monde : le Monde-Ciel. »
Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, La femme venue du ciel. Mythe wendat de la création
Special Session on Applied and Theoretical Linguistics
Special Issue: Translation Studies: Retrospects and Prospects
Submission deadline: 15 October 2023
Ellen Bernhard, Assistant Professor of Digital Communication, Georgian Court University, US
Paul Fields, Senior Lecturer in Music, Buckinghamshire New University, UK
Deadline for Submissions
31 July 2023
“Fashioning the Borderlands” call for chapters
Editors: Marie Bravo-Moix and Yvette Chairez