Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2023 Conference & Colloquium.
Presentations may focus on any topic relating to the digital humanities. Submissions are welcome from all members of the digital humanities community, including faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, early career scholars, independent researchers, librarians and other members of the GLAM community, alt-academics, academic professionals, those in technical programs, and those new to the digital humanities.
The 2023 First Book Institute
June 4-10, 2023
Hosted by the Center for American Literary Studies (CALS) at Pennsylvania State University
Sean X. Goudie, Director of the Center for American Literary Studies and Past Winner of the MLA Prize for a First Book
Priscilla Wald, R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English and Women’s Studies, Duke University, and Co-Editor of American Literature
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS: Women’s Innovations in Theatre, Dance, and Performance
We are writing about a call for contributors to an exciting new series at Bloomsbury. Women’s Innovations in Theatre, Dance, and Performance aims to capture the innovations women have made to the performing arts in their historical, geographical, and disciplinary diversity. This series seeks to broaden, celebrate, and recover historical awareness of these performance-based artmakers and their contributions; as such, it will showcase innovative, intersectional feminist historiographical approaches along with a history of women’s innovation in the field.
Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature seeks submissions of Articles, Notes, and essays for our Archives, Innovations, and Academy sections. TSWL focuses on women’s literature in all time periods and places, including foreign-language literatures, and in every genre—poetry, prose, drama, essays, diaries, memoirs, journalism, and criticism. While submissions need not be exclusively concerned with female writers, the focus must be on women and writing, explicating the specific links between the woman writer and her work.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Amiri Baraka Society
American Literature Association
34th Annual Conference
May 25-28, 2023
The Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02116
The Amiri Baraka Society would like to invite scholars to submit abstracts (of a maximum of 250 words) for a sponsored panel to be held at the annual conference of the American Literature Association in Boston, MA.
6th Annual International Conference on Border Studies
Transborderism: Reimagining Social Space
University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley and Autonomous University of Tamaulipas
Nov. 8, 2023: Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Nov. 9-10, 2023: Edinburg, Texas, United States
SPECIAL ISSUE: 2024 (Volume 20)
The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945
"Interface" calls for papers for Issue 20: Cultural Contact, Innovation and Tradition
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2023
Publication Date: March 2023
Guest Editors: Matthias Fechner (University of Trier), Chieh Chien (National Taiwan University)
At the Hunterian Collection of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, in collaboration with University of Winchester
19-21 July 2023, London UK.
How do we understand our bodies? Our own bodies might be the first we experience as children, but how do we use this lived experience to understand the bodies of other people? The bodies of everyday folks we meet on the street, bodies that may range from healthy to diseased, able to disabled, sports fit to couch potato, real to represented, cared for to cared by, and everything you can think of in between—how do we think about people who are like us but also somehow different? What knowledges do such encounters between variAble bodies create?
VLT #93: Reconsidering Mass Media
CALL FOR PAPERS
Trusting and Distrusting the Digital World in Imaginative Literature
University College Dublin, Ireland
7-9 June 2023
Prof. William Davies (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Prof. Ellen Rutten (University of Amsterdam)
In the collaborative, referential, multilingual, and multidialectal context of the Internet, how do threads of continuity with the writing process and the concept of authorship align digital literatures with traditional literatures, including oral texts? Please submit 250-word abstracts by February 18, 2023.
Join us for this year's Graduate Seminar Series!
The seminar series aims to:
Foster discussions on questions of/around gender and feminist studies
Provide a safe and comfortable space for students to present their research
Create an opportunity to fine tune presentation skills and conference presentations/possible publications
The CSWG Graduate Seminar Series welcomes graduate research students from across the UK and beyond to share their work on gender, sexuality and feminism, in a supportive and friendly interdisciplinary environment.
Biodiversity loss, the warming of cities, increasing cost and demand of housing with limited supply, and many other topics are issues relating to spatiality and sustainability. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Department of Geography and Sustainability seeks to highlight Spatiality and Sustainability as meeting points for a broad range of disciplines exploring the changing distribution of both human and natural elements on our planet across space and time. We invite the submission of abstracts from undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty from all disciplines with a strong emphasis on the interdisciplinary and collaborative nature of space/time research.
Wayne State University’s Rhetoric & Writing Program and Wayne’s Rhetoric Society of America (WRSA) chapter present:
Teaching of Writing Conference: Rhetoric outside the lines
Canadian Comparative Literature Association / Association Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (CCLA/ACLC) Conference
May 29 to June 1, 2023 at York University, in conjunction with the 2023 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Call for Special Topic Panel Paper Presentations
The Post-Magical Realist Worlds research group invites contributions to the special topic panel: "Salman Rushdie’s Oeuvre in the Reckoning and Re-imagining Conversation.”
CCLA/ACLC Congress Theme: Reckonings and Re-imaginings in Comparative Literature
Crossings is a new, open-access undergraduate interdisciplinary research journal at Swarthmore College that provides a forum for discourse on feminist theory and scholarship. The title is inspired by M. Jacqui Alexander’s Pedagogies of Crossing, which takes as its basis the concept of the Middle Passage, the Crossing, to understand Black transnational feminism’s erosion of boundaries —disciplinary conventions, respectability politics, national borders, and bodies that are gendered, sexualized, and racialized, among others kinds of categories— in relation to empire and postmodernity.
It has been around 40 years since Vito Russo wrote the pioneering book The Celluloid Closet (1981) that catalogued the long painful history of gay representation in Hollywood film. The Celluloid Closet was produced during the AIDS epidemic and was one of many texts that drew attention to the lack of gay representation both before the 1980s and catalogued the changes that were occurring in gay media representation at the time. Lesbian representation has been historically represented by invisibility though was also impacted by the change in representation that the AIDS epidemic started. Gay male representation was always problematic while lesbians were invisible and heavily affected by the stigma of AIDS at this time.
The Charles Olson Society will sponsor a session at the annual American Literature Association Conference, to be held in Boston, May 25-28. We are interested in abstracts that examine the influence of Charles Olson and/or other Black Mountain Poets on poetic practices and their developments up to the present. A variety of poets took up the innovative practices of figures like Charles Olson, Robert Creeley, Ed Dorn, Robert Duncan, John Wieners, and others associated with Black Mountain. How have the practices of this fundamentally important school of poetics been extended, transformed, and/or resisted by other poets?
The Postwar Area Literature Group invites submissions on the following postwar + contemporary topics for the 2023 American Literature Association Conference, which will be held in Boston, MA from May 25-28, 2023. Please send abstracts by January 15th, 2023 to Jacqueline Foertsch at Jacqueline.email@example.com.
Postwar Gothics – Discussions of post-WWII poetry, drama, or prose that draws on the romance/horror tradition are welcome. The uncanny in postwar literature; states of uncertainty or indeterminacy in postwar literature; violence, haunting, or nightmare in postwar literature.
International Conference: “Infrastructures of Racism and the Contours of Black Vitality and Resistance.”
University of Torino (Italy), 23-25 March 2023
The Humanities Center at Texas Tech Annual Conference 2023:
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
April 28-29, 2023
Dr. Rebekah Lee,
Associate Professor of African Studies,
Author of Health, Healing and Illness in African History (2021) &
African Women and Apartheid: Gender and Urbanisation in Southern Africa (2009)
Call for Papers:
Margaret Fuller: Westward to the Lakes, Eastward to Europe
In keeping with HERA’s mission of promoting the study of the humanities across a wide range of disciplines and interdisciplinary studies, we invite presentations for the 2023 conference. Submissions are encouraged from educators at all levels (including undergraduate and graduate students) as well as all those with an interest in the arts and humanities.
Undergraduate Diversity Prize: A prize of $500 will be awarded to the best undergraduate conference paper that addresses race, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality.
Undergraduate Research Prize
The term “gaslighting” has reentered the popular lexicon with a vengeance in recent years, appearing in countless news stories and opinion pieces on the subjects of sex, race, politics, medicine, and emotional abuse. It refers to “the experience of having your reality repeatedly challenged by someone who holds more power than you do,” as one Washington Postcolumn recently articulated it. Such pieces often note that the term is drawn from a specific twentieth-century source text: George Cukor’s 1944 film Gaslight, based on Patrick Hamilton’s 1938 play of the same name, which tells the story of a sadistic husband actively working to make his wife believe she is losing her mind.
Translating Travel Writing in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
French/British Connections and Continuums
Centre de Recherches sur les Littératures et la Sociopoétique (CELIS)
Institut d’Histoire des Représentations et des Idées dans les Modernités (IHRIM)
Société d’étude de la Littérature de Voyage du Monde Anglophone (SELVA
19th-20th October, 2023
Maison des Sciences de l’Homme
We are excited to announce that submissions for the GCLR graduate conference LANDSCAPE & GARDEN IN ART, LITERATURE, AND FILM are now open. The graduate conference will be held in person at UCSB on Saturday, May 27, 2023.
We are currently accepting proposals from graduate students, postdoctoral, and emergent scholars from UCSB and other institutions who are interested in giving a 20-minute paper. Please send a title and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Landscape & Garden" by March 3, 2022.
Call for Papers
Chapter for "The Multisensorial Animal" section in Creaturely Fear: Animality and Horror Cinema