The Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association is accepting proposals until June 30 for their 2022 conference, Nov 10 - 12, in Princeton, NJ. General guidelines can be found at mapaca.net.
As a sport, basketball follows a certain set of rules and conventions which serve as a framework for players, coaches, and teams to play the sport. By their very nature, these rules are meritocratic which means that all participants are equal on the court, play by the same rules, and the only relevant (read as: game deciding) factors are effort, skill, and fortune. Such a perspective on basketball and sports leads certain fans and observers to statements such as “politics should be kept out of sports”.
Third Cinema films successfully manages to depict the socio-political issues of the world. These issues include the effects of colonization, oppression, and conflict between classes or nations. These films are especially pivotal for the political issues of the Third World. In this sense, films play a fundamental role in the struggle for justice for marginalized communities. Third Cinema is a tool through which debate, activism, and discussion are evoked in society. These films expose the realities of the world and have gained recognition in terms of art, politics, and humanity. Indeed, the Third Cinema is revolutionary for society in every convincible way.
PAMLA 2022 Los Angeles: “Geographies of the Fantastic and the Quotidian”
November 11–13, 2022
Sponsored by the Ralph Waldo Emerson Society
The Ralph Waldo Emerson Society invites proposals for a panel on Transcendentalist ways of thinking and writing place and space. Contributions may address how figures such as Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Margaret Fuller (among many others) conceptualized imaginary and concrete landscapes, interrogated the nature–culture divide, or explored new notions of dwelling. Papers on aesthetic, political, social, theological, or philosophical dimensions of the topic are all welcome.
The Thirteenth International Milton Symposium will be held at the University of Toronto, Canada, 10-14 July 2023. The Symposium welcomes scholars from across the world for five days of lively discussion and convivial exchanges.
Plenary speakers include: Lorna Hutson, Achsah Guibbory, Su Fang Ng, Feisal Mohamed, and David Quint
The IMS Program Committee invites proposals for 20-minute papers on all aspects of Milton and seventeenth-century studies, from established approaches to new and emerging ones. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Atlantic, Pacific, and Global Milton
Milton in the Americas, Milton in Canada
Comparative epic, classical reception, humanism
Trauma Informed Pedagogy for LGBQT+ Students in Higher Education
We are seeking an essay on trauma informed pedagogy in higher education specifically responsive to the traumas experienced by LGBTQ+ students. The essay will become a chapter in a collection on trauma informed pedagogy for higher education. The book is currently under contract to be published by Routledge. The collection is nearly complete, and a chapter addressing this topic will round out the book. The deadline for a draft of the completed essay is rather tight—August 1, 2022. If you are interested in submitting, please contact Ernest Stromberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The John Gower Society invites proposals for presentations at the V International Congress of the Society, July 7- 10, with an optional excursion 11 July, 2023, on the campus of the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. The Congress theme, “Gower in Contexts: His Words, His Books, His Heritage,” is broadly understood, to encompass:
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on "Community Engagement and the Covid-19 Pandemic" edited by Tawnya Azar, Ph.D.
Community-engaged (CE) teaching is not a new concept; however, in the past several years, it has experienced a new emphasis as is evident by the changes to institution mission statements as well as the allocation of institution resources to support faculty development in CE teaching and support CE coursework and research.
We welcome and encourage poetry submissions from African-American writers.
With that, send atleast '5' poems per submission.
Contact info is; MyPoems@Ctadams.com
Note: Established in 2001, we have had the pleasure of showcasing thousands of poets. Nearly 22 years later, our mission still is the same, as we continue to uplift another generation of poets and poetry lovers.
Have a question or need more info, do feel free to drop us a note, before sending in your work.
ICR Santa Barbara, October 20-22 2022
Persuasions: The Rhetoric of Romanticism
14th Latina/o/x Communities Conference: Building Bridges/Construyendo Puentes
2022 Theme: Intergenerational Communities
West Chester University
Call for Presentations
In 2022 the LCC is back to holding in-person events on Thursday, September 29th.
Each year, our interdisciplinary conference provides a creative space to enhance the understanding of Latina/o/x issues, contributions, and cultures. We pride ourselves in serving as a link between academia and local communities, institutions and organizations
Symposium Concept Note and Call for Papers
Conference: 11-12 July 2022 (online - via Zoom)
It is widely known that ideologies of racism, nationalism, and xenophobia are dangerous and spread all over the world. We want to examine these terms as much as possible, from many perspectives and variable aspects: in politics, society, psychology, culture, and many more. We also want to devote considerable attention to how the phenomena of racism, nationalism and xenophobia are represented in artistic practices: in literature, film, theatre or visual arts.
Conference: 7-8 April 2022 (online - via Zoom platform)
All details: here
Professor Wojciech Owczarski – University of Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Polina Golovátina-Mora – NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Good Country: Ernest Hemingway and the American West
Ross K. Tangedal and Larry Grimes, eds.
Women, “Failure” and Academia Post-2020, a Kick Ass Project - Edited collection
We invite chapter contributions to the edited collection Women, “Failure” and Academia Post-2020, a Kick Ass Project:
Call for Submissions:
deadline for submissions: June 30, 2022 full name / name of organization: ELLAK (English Language and Literature Association of Korea) contact email: email@example.com
The English Language and Literature Association of Korea (ELLAK) presents its annual conference to be held virtually from Thursday, December 15 to Saturday, December 17, 2022.
The Coronavirus Pandemic: An Environmental Humanities Perspective
Organized by Tatiana Konrad, Chantelle Mitchell, and Savannah Schaufler
Call for Papers
February 15-17, 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline:
July 1, 2022
Online via Zoom
Environmental Humanities; Health Humanities; Environmental History/Studies; Ecology; Anthropocene Studies
Dr. Cymene Howe (Rice University)
Dr. Eben Kirksey (Deakin University)
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on "Monsters and Monstrosity in Media - Reflections on Vulnerability".
How might on-screen constructions of the monster and monsterity represent notions of difference, perceived (non)belongings, and disruptions of traditional identity markers? How do these constructions conceal various vulnerabilities and implicitly endorse violence towards the labelled Other?
Now Seeking Submissions! The Moonwake Journal of Creative Writing is a creative writing journal that celebrates the creative artistic ability in all of us and the way we are able to articulate the beauty around us in nature and daily life. Submissions are open for poetry of any style (haiku, prose poems, free style, concrete) and short stories. Short stories no more than 8,000 words.
The online peer-reviewed journal Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice (TALTP) is seeking articles for its Fall issue. Deadline for article submission is August 15. Visit the web site at https://www.cpcc.edu/teaching-american-literature-journal-theory-and-pra... for submission guidelines and send manuscripts to Patricia Bostian at Patricia.Bostian@cpcc.edu.
American author Mark twain said it best when he wrote, “Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.” With the world ever balancing so much to cry about with so much to laugh about, The AutoEthnographer Literary and Arts Magazine is excited to announce its call for submissions for the 2023 special issue, “Laughter.” Submissions will be accepted in any of our main categories (writing, poetry, multimedia, video, performance, etc.) between June 1, 2022 and June 1, 2023 and may respond to the following prompts:
Call for Papers: Journal of Digital Media & Policy
Special Issue: ‘Emerging Debates on Internet Platform Policy and Regulation in Latin America’
Abstracts (400 words): 4 July 2022
Full manuscripts (6,000–8,000 words, including references): 1 November 2022
Dear friends and colleagues,
Since the turn of the twenty-first century, scholars and educators working in interdisciplinary fields connected to multilingualism, have been developing new conceptual theory and applied pedagogy. These areas include history, culture, linguistics, literary and media phenomena, as well as technological and pedagogical approaches to multilingualism, and the study of multilingual communities in the United States. Immigration, globalization, the mechanization of language diversity, translation tools, social media, and universal streaming platforms have contributed to the rapid progression of multilingualism.
European Journal of American Studies 3/2023
Call For Contributions
Special issue: “Obsessions in Melville and Hawthorne”
Mapping the Impossible: Journal for Fantasy Research General Issue
Mapping the Impossible is an open-access student journal publishing peer-reviewed research into fantasy and the fantastic.
If Jane Austen and the history books present one version of the regency, Bridgerton shows a far different one. While the series had many surprises for viewers, it’s less clear what’s responsible. Does this come from being a 2020 show? From Netflix style? From the romance novels source material? Let’s consider and also weigh what worked and what didn’t. I’m seeking essays on:
Length will depend on how many submissions arrive. They will be in MLA format, secondary sources welcome, scholarly be approachable and fun for fans. Abstracts still accepted, essays due June 30.
Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject of Bridgerton.