film and television
Open Call for Papers, Issue 5.2 Winter 2020
Over the last ten years, the biopic has been carried out by many relevant filmmakers —within and beyond the mainstream— and it has become a key genre in contemporary cinema. This fact is attested by titles like 'Carlos' (Olivier Assayas, 2010), 'J.
Call for Papers
Stephen King Area
2021 PCA/ACA Annual National Conference
Boston: Wednesday, March 31st—Saturday, April 3rd
Call For Papers – ReFocus: The Films of David Mamet
CFP: Celebrity Studies Special Edition, “CHILDREN AND CELEBRITIES.” Deadline: August 7, 2020.
The entertainment industries create the most widely circulated popular images of children and childhood, and yet the role of children in celebrity studies warrants further study. As John Mercer and Jane O’Connor (2017) point out, the intersection between Childhood Studies and Celebrity Studies has been gaining traction in recent years, highlighting a tension between the dominant discourses of innocence surrounding children, and the highly competitive commercial imperatives of celebrity culture.
Mountaineering and Climbing have become extraordinarily popular lifestyle sports. More generally, mountain-going has been one of the fastest growing leisure activities of the past thirty years where an estimated, ‘10 million Americans go mountaineering annually’ (Macfarlane, 2004: 17) and In the United Kingdom 2.48 million people participate in recreational rock climbing and mountaineering (Mintel, 2018).
“Perhaps you may be able to help solve a mystery”: Critical Essays on Unsolved Mysteries
We are looking for proposals or full essays that explore the concept of "waste" from either a literary or a cultural studies perspective. This is a companion to a parallel project dealing with waste through the lens of the social sciences. Now we would like to hear from literary and cultural studies.
We are looking for one or two more essays to round up a special issue on the topic of Transnational Mobilities in Nationalist Times. The essays will be considered for publication in the journal Transfers. We have already gathered a strong collection of essays but we have been presented with the opportunity to expand the range and depth of our investigation.