(The deadline for this CFP has been extended to June 30, 2017.)
This panel welcomes papers (either in English or Spanish) that explore any aspect of Peninsular Literature after 1700, including those dealing with the convention’s theme: “Artist and Activism.” Please email abstracts of 250 words (along with your first and last names, institutional affiliation, preferred email, and paper title) to Isaac García-Guerrero at email@example.com. The deadline to submit proposals is April 5th, 2017.
International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION, EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS, AND PEDAGOGY
Guest-edited by Maja Milatovic, Lena Wånggren and Stephanie Spoto
A Journal of Interesting Literature and Interested Criticism
Call for Essays: Stranger Things: Eighties Nostalgia, Cynicism and Innocence
I am looking for proposals for chapters for a book on the Netflix series Stranger Things to be published by McFarland & Company. As the book title suggests, the overarching theme of the volume is how the series creates, evokes, uses and exploits the eighties, eighties culture and contemporary nostalgia for both. Successful proposals will link an aspect of Stranger Things with an eighties counterpart and explore how the series engages that aspect of Reagan-era culture.
CFP Special Issue: The uses of parallel corpora in the stylistic analysis of films and literature for children
CALL FOR PAPERS – Ilha do Desterro Journal
SPECIAL ISSUE 2017: The uses of parallel corpora in the stylistic analysis of films and literature for children
Lincoln Fernandes, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Michael Toolan, University of Birmingham
Call for papers. Non-thematic Language Issue. 2018.
Call for papers
Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies, ISSN 2175-8026
The Ilha do Desterro journal is published by the English Post-Graduation Program (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – Brasil). This is an open-access journal indexed by SCOPUS, SciElo, MLA, among other databases.
We are currently seeking for papers that investigate and theorize about the usage of the English Language in various contexts. Possible topics are as follows: discourse, education and society, language teaching and learning, language and cognition, and translation.
For its twenty-seventh issue, InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture invites scholarly articles and creative works that address the complex and multiple meanings of speculative visions.
The last decade has seen a rise in popularity among science fiction, fantasy, and horror. These genres encourage the capacity to imagine post-human bodies, extraordinary worlds, techno-utopias, and claustrophobic spaces of violence. In their reliance upon the imagination, these speculative visions provide a space to consider contradictions and a carnivalesque interaction between popular culture and critical theory.
The organizers of the Graduate Student Conference in the Department of French and Italian at Northwestern University are pleased to announce this year’s conference; Resistance, Radicalisms, and Aesthetics on June 1st-2nd, 2017. Our keynote speaker is Dr.
The MENA Design Research Center <https://www.menadrc.org/> is pleased to host an interdisciplinary conference that focuses on the value of critical theory to design, arts, social sciences, and media. The conference aims to encourage interdisciplinary engagement that brings together academics and practitioners to share knowledge on how critical theory encourages social change by challenging assumptions about the status quo.
2nd and Final CFP Deadline: 5 March 2017
- Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin)
- Stanley E. Gontarski (Florida State University)
- Maebh Long (University of Waikato)
- Arthur Riordan (Improbable Frequency, Slattery’s Sago Saga, The Train)
- Alan Titley (The Dirty Dust, In My Own Words: Flann O'Brien Speaks)
- Joanna Walsh (Vertigo, Hotel, Grow a Pair)
Call for Papers: Identity
52nd Annual Comparative World Literature Conference
April 11-12, 2017
California State University, Long Beach
Identity is inescapable and in constant flux. It can be located in the body, in the discourse that surrounds and determines bodies, or in the more nebulous realm of language. From race, class, gender, and orientation to professional, personal, familial, and cultural identities, we all negotiate multiple aspects of identity in our daily lives and our conceptions of ourselves.
MOSF Journal of Science Fiction @ Escape Velocity 2017
The MOSF Journal of Science Fiction is accepting 250 word proposals for 15-20 minute papers for this year’s Escape Velocity Conference in Washington, D.C, September 1st – 3rd.
The topic of this literature panel is “Gender Portrayals in Science Fiction Literature,” and aims to discuss the ways in which our modern notions on gender shape our speculations on the future. Specifically, we would love papers directly addressing the way that women (particularly, posthuman or transhuman women) are represented in science and speculative fiction literatures, especially in the context of artificial intelligence.