Children’s literature as a field is not bounded by geography, and so critical discussions of the children’s literary tradition outside of a US context appear frequently in journals ranging from The New England Reading Association, to The Lion and the Unicorn, and The Reading Teacher. In fact, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly dedicated the Winter 2018 issue to “Migration, Refugees, and Diaspora in Children's Literature.” Despite the abundance of critical work, pedagogical resources such as Evelyn B. Freeman and Barbara A.
The Journal for the Study of Radicalism interested in articles for an issue that explores the history of ecological radicalism, including the recent history of movements, groups, and individuals. We are also interested in related currents, which could include anarchism, black bloc, antifa, and the creation of autonomous zones, as well as ecological movements or groups like Extinction Rebellion. And we welcome articles on various forms of religious radicalism across the political spectrum.
The Art of Forgetting: Memory, Loss, and Revision
Department of English, Fourteenth Graduate Student Conference,
University of Ottawa, March 5-7, 2021
Pedagogy, Practice and Philosophy 2021
Below is an updated list of texts available for review in The Journal for the Study of Radicalism. Reviewers must be professors, independent scholars, or professionals who hold a PhD or terminal degree in their field. Advanced graduate students are also encouraged to reply.
Email the Book Review Editor at email@example.com in order to review a text listed below. We also welcome and encourage ideas on other texts related to radicalism.
Ethical Crossroads in Literary Modernism
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
KENTE: CAPE COAST JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND THE ARTS
ISSUE 3- MARCH, 2021.
KENTE is now accepting original papers for its third issue to be published in March, 2021. The deadline for submissions is January 11, 2021. The journal welcomes submissions that fall within the broad areas of literature and the Arts (Film and Performance Genres).
Submitted manuscripts should be prepared for blind review and not exceed 7000 words (including notes and references).
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De Montfort University in Leicester, England, will be hosting on 22 April 2021 a virtual conference reflecting on the closure of theatres in Shakespeare's time and our own. We welcome papers on a range of responses to the closures, including those by writers (Shakespeare and others), playgoers, patrons, and civil and state authorities, some of whom welcomed and some lamented the loss of public theatre.
OCCT invites submissions for a one-day virtual workshop on language and style in prose fiction retranslation.