“Lost in La-la-land, or, W(a/o)ndering in the City”
Call for submissions for 'Contemporary One Act Plays' (Volume 2)
Maximum 3 submissions.
You can send one-act play (Maximum 15 pages for each work).
Also send a summary of the work.
All submissions to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK & PLAY
2022 Literature/Film Association Conference
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
October 20 to October 22, 2022
Keynote: Vicki Mayer, Tulane University
The XXIV Annual Elizabeth Madox Roberts Conference:
July 10-12, 2022
St. Catharine Motherhouse—Springfield, Kentucky
Images and Stories of the Origin(s) of the World and Humankind
(online conference, 3-4 November, 2022)
ICR Santa Barbara, October 20-22 2022
Persuasions: The Rhetoric of Romanticism
TEMPER: A Women and Gender Studies Graduate Journal
The Women and Gender Studies Graduate Student Union at the University of Toronto is pleased to introduce TEMPER, a new journal featuring interdisciplinary scholarship by graduate students.
TEMPER is a space where graduate students and their work can shine. We strive to provide greater opportunities in graduate professional development, scholarship, and community development within the feminist university community.
4th Ventana Conference on Latin America:
Decolonial Dialogues from, within and beyond the Global Margins
5th-7th October 2022
University of York, United Kingdom
This special issue centers Blackness in fandom studies. Fandom studies has gestured toward race generally, and Blackness in particular, from its alleged white center while always keeping race at its margin. It has largely co-opted the language of race, difference, and diversity from the margins and recentered it around white geeks and white women. Indeed, fandom studies has done lots of things—except deal with its race problem. But as Toni Morrison (1975) asserts, that is the work of racism: it keeps those at the margins busy, trying to prove that they deserve a seat at the center table.
Essence & Critique: Journal of Literature and Drama Studies invites submissions for a special issue of the journal on Myths, Archetypes and the Literary Arts.
The 2nd International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Digital Humanities is co-located with AACL 2022 in Taipei, Taiwan. The proceedings will be published in the ACL anthology. The workshop will take place on the 24th of November 2022.
Submission deadline: August 25, 2022
The focus of the workshop is on applying natural language processing techniques to digital humanities research. The topics can be anything of digital humanities interest with a natural language processing or generation aspect. A list of suitable topics include but are not limited to:
IDENTIDADES EN RIESGO: PROPIEDAD, ATRIBUCIÓN Y APROPIACIÓN
CALL FOR PAPERS
CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID 20-21 OCTUBRE 2022
Waseda University, Tokyo
In collaboration with The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham
17-19 September 2022
In his Timaeus, Plato hypothesizes that human beings participate in the same world-soul that animates the cosmos, a microcosm of the wider macrocosm. This analogy proved stimulating for the inhabitants of the Middle Ages and inspired them to explore the connections between the body and the wider universe, as well as the relationship between bodies. This conference likewise encourages scholars across the fields of medieval studies to examine the body, the human, and the spaces in-between.
If We Could Talk to the Animals: Representations of fauna in popular culture
PopCRN are celebrating World Animal Day with a virtual symposium exploring all things fauna in popular culture to be held online on Thursday 6th of October 2022.
Backward Glances 2022: Saturation
The Screen Cultures Graduate Student Conference
Department of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University
September 30th-October 1st, 2022, in person
Keynote Speakers: Professors Anna Kornbluh (University of Illinois Chicago) and Cáel Keegan (Grand Valley State University)
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2022
This proposed special issue navigates the intersections of Black and Indigenous ecologies. Ecologies encompass natural and constructed environments, understories, and overstories that allow renewed attention to notions of mobility, modernity, protest, climate change, human and nonhuman relationality, and more. Ecologies shape and are shaped by macro as well as micro units of the community, the nation-state, and the global. Ecologies are also fundamental to the ways we approach and understand historical, social, political, and economic relationships around the world.
CALL FOR CHAPTERS: Elevating Intentional Education Practice in Graduate Programs provides a framework for all graduate programs. This book implores educational leaders to evaluate performance metrics of educator quality, educational services, activities, technology, continuous improvement, educational leadership, and intentional education practice theory (IEPT) (teaching style). The objective is to improve graduate education and training programs with measurable outcomes to evaluate graduate educators, administrators, and programs. It also focuses on the improvement of graduate education performance and the ability of instructors to intentionally impact students.
Scholarly essay anthology
"Home and Homelessness in the Ecologies of Daily Life"
PAMLA 2022, Los Angeles
Panel Chairs: Paula Cucurella (UC Riverside) and Tyler M. Williams (Midwestern State University)
The issue titled “Decentering the Center in India” aims to probe the Indian public discourse that has become an eco-chamber of polarized opinions on a variety of issues ranging from gender, politics to art.
Call for papers for the mid-term conference of the Graduiertenkolleg ‘Practicing Place’
Call for Papers : Special Issue on Cinema, Architecture and Urban Space in the Balkans
Proposals: 15th of July 2022
Papers due: 1st of November 2022
Call For Papers. -- Memory: The Captive and The Fugitive Online Literature Conference 2022, OCT 21-22 (Taipei GMT+08:00) deadline for submissions: May 31, 2022 full name / name of organization: National Taipei University of Technology contact email: email@example.com
Call For Papers. -- Memory: The Captive and The Fugitive Online Literature Conference 2022, OCT 21-22 (Taipei GMT+08:00) deadline for submissions: May 31, 2022 full name / name of organization: National Taipei University of University contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Proposals: Ecology and Esotericism
Special Issue in Correspondences: Journal for the Study of Esotericism
Guest editor: Timothy Grieve-Carlson (Westminster College)
Conference Director: Mary Chapman, University of British Columbia
Deadline for Proposals: July 28, 2022
You are invited to propose a scholarly paper, panel, or roundtable, or more public-facing creative presentation, performance, or screening to a conference designed to explore the career of Asian North American writer Winnifred Eaton Reeve (1875-1954) and her contexts..
The Southern Humanities Conference, 2023
Call for Papers
Conference Theme: Myths and Mythmaking
San Antonio, Texas, January 26-29, 2023
The Southern Humanities Conference offers an opportunity for scholars, artists, writers, musicians,
performers, and humanists of all kinds to share their knowledge, research, work, and experiences in an
interdisciplinary, welcoming, and engaging intellectual space.
The modern world is redolent with myths, mythologies, and mythmakers in various guises. Myths are
Call for Papers Apocalyptica
Apocalyptica is an international, interdisciplinary, open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Käte Hamburger Centre for Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Studies (CAPAS) at Heidelberg University.
Editors: Robert Folger, Felicitas Loest and Jenny Stümer
Article length: 8,000-9,000 words
Deadline: Year-round – 15 July 2022 (for our next issue)
The nineteenth century witnessed an upsurge of representations of the region across Europe and North America, in media ranging from literary fiction to the illustrated periodical and from visual arts to architecture. The rise of regionalism has often been linked to nationalism and nation-building. As such, the transnational dimensions of regionalism—in its themes as well as publication and circulation—are frequently overlooked. These transnational aspects are the focus of the Dutch Research Council-funded project Redefining the Region at Radboud University, which considers representations of the region in literature and illustrated periodicals during the long nineteenth century.