The nineteenth century witnessed critical shifts in the perceptions of time and space. Developments in geology and biology suggested new, expansive notions of space and time, resulting in geological time scales and the concept of deep time. Meanwhile, as the introduction of Greenwich Mean Time standardized railway schedules, rail travel itself rendered the experience of space flexible as journey times decreased. Simultaneously, mathematical developments like non-Euclidean and higher-dimensional geometries initiated new ways of measuring space. How did nineteenth-century literature respond to these changing perceptions and experiences of space and time?
The St. John’s University Humanities Review, Spring 2017 Issue
Special Issue: “The Humanities As Activism”
Deadline for Submissions: February 15, 2017
Guest Editor: Michael Carosone (http://stjenglish.com/michael-carosone)
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Papers:
“The Humanities As Activism”
A Special Issue of The St. John’s University Humanities Review
The World Blown Open: Open Access, Open Education, and Open Knowledge for an Uncertain Future (an Edited Collection)
In his notable work, Deschooling Society, Ivan Illich posited that schooling in modern societies and economies needed a radical reimagining:
"A good educational system should have three purposes: it should provide all who want to learn with access to available resources at any time in their lives; empower all who want to share what they know to find those who want to learn it from them; and, finally, furnish all who want to present an issue to the public with the opportunity to make their challenge known" (75-76).
Call for Chapter Proposals
The Griot Project Book Series- Series Editor, Carmen Gillespie
African-American Arts: Activism & Aesthetics
Editor: Sharrell D. Luckett
Publication projected for summer of 2017
Call for Papers
Pauline E. Hopkins Society
American Literature Association
28th Annual Conference
May 25-28, 2017
The Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins Society will sponsor two sessions at the 28th Annual Conference of the American Literature Association.
Panel One: Pauline Hopkins and Other Editors
Call for Papers:
Supernatural Cities II: Gothic Cities
6th-7th April 2017
Limerick School of Art and Design, LIT, Limerick, Ireland in collaboration with the University of Portsmouth, UK.
‘For Gothic of a city rather than just in a city, that city needs a concentration on memories and historical associations.’ (Mighall 2007)
Call for Papers: ‘Consuming Gender’
This special issue of Assuming Gender – an online, peer-reviewed academic journal from Cardiff University – seeks to explore the way gender is both presented and consumed through popular media and advertising. As Ann Herrmann points out in the article ‘Shopping for Identities’, commodities ‘are characterised by their dual nature: material composition and symbolic meaning’ (Herrmann 2002: 539). Consumer culture plays a significant role in constructing valid (and normative) identity categories with which consumers are encouraged to identify.
University of Northern Colorado, USA cordially invites you and your colleagues to submit original papers and to take part in the 03rd International Conference on Education (ICEDU 2017). We welcome papers for Oral, Virtual and Poster selections.
Date - 20th, 21st and 22nd April 2017
Location - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Features - 3 day Conference, Publication Workshops, Students Gatherings, Round Table
Official Website - www.educationconference.co/