David Mitchell Conference 2017: Call for Papers
Saturday 3rd June 2017, School of English, University of St Andrews, UK
David Mitchell Conference 2017: Call for Papers
I am looking for a third (and possibly fourth) presenter to fill a slot on a panel devoted to the theme of "Imagining the Future" in fantastic (fantasy, horror, and science fiction) narratives for the meeting of the Northeast Popular Culture/America Culture Association this coming October. The session meets in the afternoon of Friday, October 21, at Keene State University in Keene, NH.
Please send abstract and bio to NEPCAfantastic@gmail.com as soon as possible.
Area Chair, The Fantastic
Narrative 2017 | Lexington, Kentucky | March 23-26
The 2017 International Conference on Narrative will be sponsored by the University of Kentucky and held at the Downtown Hilton in Lexington, Kentucky, March 23-26. We welcome proposals for papers and panels on all aspects of narrative in any genre, period, discipline, language, and medium. Deadline for receipt of proposals: October 15, 2016.
Judith Butler - University of California, Berkeley
Kenneth Warren - University of Chicago
Linda Williams - University of California, Berkeley
Call for Papers
Shakespeare and the African-American Experience
February 17, 2017
South Carolina State University
Orangeburg, South Carolina
Any abstracts concerning the participation of African-Americans in stage productions, films, or literary criticism of Shakespeare’s plays are encouraged for submission.
American comics have a long and checkered history in the way they have portrayed racial difference, though more recent comics/graphic novels have used the medium to comment effectively on American racial politics. As the genre grows in popularity in bookstores and on college campuses, now seems an opportune time to take stock of the ways this medium has both fostered and critiqued racist attitudes. This panel welcomes submissions on this topic from any era of American comics/ graphic novels and from any literary critical or cultural studies perspective.
Call for Papers: ASAP/Journal Special Issue
Rules of Engagement:
Art, Process, Protest
Special Issue Editors: Melissa Lee, Jonathan P. Eburne, Amy J. Elias
Essay Submission Deadline: June 1, 2017
Deadline for proposal submissions has been extended to November 15, 2016.
Southwest Popular Culture Association, 38th Annual Conference, February 15-18, 2017.
Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
March 23-26, 2017
The failures of traditional periodization are nowhere more evident than when Western scholars approach non-Western cultures, religions, and/or political formations under the rubric of “middleness.” Even as projects such as the “Global Middle Ages” seek to broaden the geographic scope of medieval studies, which has for too long ignored the cultural production of non-European, non-Western societies, such endeavors import assumptions about modernization and enlightenment that may obscure as much as they reveal about the peoples and places they study.
Call for Papers: “Setting”
Prospective cluster for the Modernism/modernity Print Plus platform
Edited by Hannah Freed-Thall and Dora Zhang
Proposed titles/abstracts: October 31, 2016
Brief essays due March 15, 2017
Gandhara Journal of Research in Social Science (ISSN: 2415-2404) is a platform, established by Gandhara Research Society, for the interaction of innovative ideas. It is an international, multidisciplinary, triennial, open access and double blind peer review journal, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Scope of the Journal
GJRSS invites submission of original research articles, manuscripts and book reviews for publication in its Volume 1, Issue 3 relevant to following areas of Social Science:
The Aesthetics Institute of the Department of Philosophy at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, in collaboration with the Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages at The Graduate Center/CUNY and the Modern Languages Department at The Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY, invite researchers and scholars from different disciplines (aesthetics, anthropology, cultural studies, philosophy, art history, literary studies, performance studies, visual & media studies) to submit abstracts for the 4th “Photography and Disciplinary Discourses” Symposium, to be held in New York City on April 20 and 21, 2017.
Insistence, Repetition, Difference: Insist3nc3, R3p3tition, Diff3r3nc3
Organizer: Angeles Donoso Macaya
Co-Organizer: Cesar Barros A.
In The Birthmark (1993), Susan Howe observes: "if you are a woman, archives hold perpetual ironies. Because the gaps and silences are where you find yourself." For Howe, historical omissions have been avenues for critical and creative agency. Writing into gaps--into invisible intersections between poetry and scholarship--Howe's work has brought us new forms of thinking and feeling about how we organize knowledge and what we recognize as "information." Howe's interrogation of the politics and aesthetics of knowing feels especially urgent in our current moment of Wikileaks and the Panama Papers, drone surveillance, the NSA, the spread of news via social media, and reality television.