The term ‘modernity’ signifies a brand new age, distinguishing human experiences and values as different from the past. From the mid-nineteenth century, ‘modern life’ began to denote transformations in all aspects, such as technology, economics, industry and urbanisation. In the cultural field, modernity is grounded in critical methods for creating new values to promote the progress of humanity.
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman Society Call for Papers
The Freeman Society invites proposals on the following topics. Comparative approaches to Freeman and other authors are welcome.
Freeman, Animals, and the Nonhuman
ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE PROGRAM IN ENGLISH | WRITING ACROSS COMMUNITIES PRESENTS
SJU ENGLISH GRADUATE CONFERENCE 2023
FRIDAY, MARCH 31st, 2023
ST. JOHN’S UNIVERISTY, QUEENS CAMPUS (IN PERSON)
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 3rd, 2023
St. John’s University’s Department of English, in collaboration with Writing Across Communities, invites graduate student scholars and artists to submit proposals for presentations at our annual English Graduate Conference.
Thematic Issue : « Oppositional Gazes »
Independent Cinema in the Americas in the XXIst Century
Coordination : Michèle Soriano (CEIIBA), Cristelle Maury (CAS), Laurence Mullaly (ICD), Émilie Cheyroux (CAS).
2023 Famine Summer School, National Famine Museum, Strokestown Park, Ireland.
June 22-25, 2023
Call for Papers: The 2023 Famine Summer School will take place at the National Famine Museum, Strokestown Park, County Roscommon, Ireland on June 22-25, 2023. The theme of the 2023 Famine Summer School is “Famine Journeys and Trails: Communities, Diaspora, Memory”.
Call For Papers
Caesura—Journal of Philological and Humanistic Studies
Special Issue: 21st century Fiction and the City
Guest editor: Prof. Mavis Tseng
Call for Papers: Collection of Essays on 21st-Century Fiction and the City
The CUNY Games Network of the City University of New York is excited to announce The CUNY Games Conference 9.0 on January 23 & 24th, 2023.
This two-day hybrid conference will have online sessions on Day 1 and in-person sessions on Day 2. Online sessions will have participant-led presentations, less formal idea exchanges held in breakout rooms, and a handful of organizer-led workshops. Our in-person Day 2 will have a short session led by the organizers on modding tabletop games for education, and then presenters will be invited to playtest their own games or playful activities (either completed or in-progress). There will also be time for the free play of published tabletop games.
The Rutgers Program in Comparative Literature Graduate Student Conference:
Prof. Ana María Ochoa, Tulane University
Prof. Karen Redrobe, University of Pennsylvania
March 3, 2023
Call for Papers:
"20TH-CENTURY WAR-WRITINGS AND FILM: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CRITICAL APPROACHES"
Editor: Pinaki Roy
The proposed anthology of critical writings on 20th-century war-literature and war-movies is likely to be published from an old and reputed university-press located in northern U.K.
The last date for submissions is 15 March 2023.
Special Issue "Religion and the Working Class in Film"
edited by Sérgio Dias Branco (University of Coimbra)
Dr Adam Hansen and Dr Paul Frazer (Northumbria University, UK) invite submissions for a special edition of the international, online publication, The Journal of Marlowe Studies, on the subject of Teaching Marlowe.
The Marilynne Robinson Society will be hosting a panel on a wide variety of topics connected to Robinson’s essays and novels at the annual conference of the American Literature Association.
The conference will take place in Boston, MA, May 25-28, 2023.
Please submit a 350-word proposal and short bio to email@example.com by Friday, January 6, 2023.
The Marilynne Robinson Society and the American Religion and Literature Society (ARLS) will hold a joint panel at the annual American Literature Association Conference (May 25-28, 2022; Boston, MA). We are seeking papers that examine the author’s relationship to American evangelicalism. Robinson’s spiritual vision has been shaped by the writings of Jonathan Edwards, who is considered to be the founding father of American evangelicalism. How does Robinson’s body of work lead us to think critically about the evangelical tradition in the United States? How do her essays and novels, particularly Gilead, provide a counter-narrative to the discourses found in modern and contemporary American evangelicalism? In what ways can they respond to the inc
Crime and Punishment in Colonial India: History, Literature and Testimony
- The deadline has been extended to 25 November 2022.
A One-day In Person International Conference on Crime and Punishment in Colonial India
Organised by the Department of English & I. Q.A. C., K. K. Das College, Kolkata
in collaboration with New Alipore College & Maheshtala college, Kolkata
Date: 9 December, 2022
Deadline of Abstract Submission: 20 November, 2022
The Journal of the Georgia Philological Association invites submissions of scholarly papers in English on any subject relating to literature, language, composition, history, philosophy, translation, the general humanities, interdisciplinary studies, and pedagogy.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically as Word documents and all editorial correspondence sent to the following address:
Dr. Nate Gilbert, Editor-in-Chief
The Journal of the Georgia Philological Association
Artists and writers have long been deconstructing dominant notions of the American West. In 1957, jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins released Way Out West, a record that drew inspiration from California landscapes, TV Westerns, and overlooked Black cowboys. The album cover depicts Rollins outfitted as a gunfighter in desert surrounds, complete with cacti and a sun-bleached cattle skull. Where you might expect to find a big iron on his hip, he cradles his tenor sax. Today, artists like Orville Peck continue to revise, rewrite, and expand the boundaries of what we might consider the story of the West both in sound, style, and location—the South African-born crooner, now based out of Canada, has gained major success on the U.S.
The British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, inaugurated in 1992 — the oldest and longest-running annual meeting of its kind in the United States — calls for presentations situated in colonial and postcolonial histories, literatures, creative and performing arts, politics, economics, and all other aspects of the countries formerly colonized by Britain and other European powers.
In the 32 years of this conference, there has perhaps never been a more urgent time to address the fundamental issues of postcolonial studies: justice, injustice, the imposition of power, and the mechanisms of control.
2023 LAW AND HUMANITIES INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP FOR JUNIOR SCHOLARS Call for Participation
Georgetown University Law Center, Stanford Law School, UCLA School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Southern California Center for Law, History, and Culture invite submissions for the 22nd meeting of the Law and Humanities Interdisciplinary Workshop for Junior Scholars, to be held at Georgetown Law Center, Washington, DC, on May 24-25, 2023.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Yalçın Armağan (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul)
Zeynep Zengin (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul)
Beyond the Culture II
PLEASE NOTE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 1, 2022
Midwest Victorian Studies Association
2023 Conference: March 24-26, Washburn University
Call for Papers
Ruling Visions: Citizens, Subjects, Sovereigns
Conference online (via Zoom)
19-20 January 2023
Professor Wojciech Owczarski – University of Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Polina Golovátina-Mora – NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Call for papers - Media Mutations 14
Investigating Medical Drama TV series: approaches and perspectives
Bologna, Dipartimento delle Arti – DAMSLab, May 18th-19th, 2023
Organized by Stefania Antonioni (Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo) and Marta Rocchi (Università di Bologna).
In collaboration with the research project “Narrative Ecosystem Analysis and Development framework (NEAD framework). A systemic approach to contemporary serial product. The medical drama case”
Confirmed keynote speaker:
Irene Cambra Badii (Universitat de Vic – Universitat Central de Catalunya)
SCSECS 2023 CFP: The Quixotic Eighteenth Century
This is a Call for Papers for a special issue of [Inter]sections, the annual double-blind peer reviewed journal of American Studies at the University of Bucharest (ISSN 2068 – 3472). The journal is open access (www.intersections-journal.com) and it is indexed in the MLA Directory of Periodicals, Ulrichsweb, DOAJ, CEEOL, EBSCO, and ERIH PLUS.
"The Culture of Creativity" launches with a call for submission in order to generate an assembling of thinkers/doers who are interested in sharing knowledge, processing challenges, and birthing new insights related to the topic of their creativity practice. This premiere conference will focus on "creativity" in all areas of research and innovation in secular fields as well as the academic fields.
CFP: 57th Annual Comparative World Literature Conference
On Digital Pasts and Futures: New Perspectives in Literature, Technoculture, and Media
Venue: California State University, Long Beach. Mainly in person with some Zoom participation.
Dates: Wednesday and Thursday, April 19 and 20, 2023
Keynote Speaker: Cassius Adair (Assistant Professor of Media Studies, The New School), “Reverse Engineering: From Trans Tech Histories to Radical Trans Futures.”
Considering Rochester’s vibrant culture of museums and long association with photographic technologies pioneered by Kodak and Xerox, the theme of the 2023 Dickens Society Symposium will be “Dickens under Glass.” The organizers invite you to interpret this theme broadly.