The new editors of Discourse and Writing/ Rédactologie (https://journals.sfu.ca/dwr/index.php/dwr) welcome submissions from the full range of approaches to writing and discourse research within the humanities and social sciences.
Special Issue of Screen Bodies 7.1 (March 2022): The Work of Lu Yang in Transnational Chinese and Global Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
Call for papers
Editors: Livia Monnet (University of Montreal), Gabriel Remy-Handfield (University of Montreal), Ari Heinrich (Australian National University).
Humanities Bulletin is looking for new Editorial Board Members with the passion to drive the journal forward in an exciting period of development, on a voluntary basis. It is a significant role that will require active engagement with the journal and author community, particularly in assisting with peer review.
Humanities Bulletin was founded in 2018 and it is hosted by London Academic Publishing, London, UK. HB is a multidisciplinary open access peer-reviewed Journal which features original studies and reviews in the various branches of Humanities, including History, Literature, Philosophy and Arts.
The International Conference of Hispanic Women Filmmakers (CIMCiH) intends to actively contribute to the body of scholarly work on Women Directors, specifically those whose films are conceived and conducted in Spanish. This conference serves as a platform where creators, authors, scholars and students can discuss their research, and ultimately promote their work, expanding the boundaries of this historically overlooked collective.
Proposed Panel Title: The Historical Turn in Contemporary Arabic Fiction
ATDS and MLA
6-9 January 2022
Call for Papers
ReFocus: The Films of William Wyler
AATA panel - MESA Conference, October 28, 2021
Teaching Arabic Literature in Translation::Approaches and Objectives
In this AATA panel, we invite researchers and pedagogues to reflect on the approaches they use in teaching Arabic Literature in English Translation and the objectives associated with these courses. This panel aims to address the following questions:
-What criteria dictate the selection of the texts in terms of their genres, content, and historical periods?
-What factors determine the learning outcomes, learning activities, and assessment methods associated with these courses?
Call for Papers: William Gaddis Beyond the “Very Small Audience”: Centenary, Archive, and Futures– Washington University in St Louis, Fall 2022 (2 day conference, dates tbc) December 29th 2022 will be the 100th anniversary of William Gaddis’ birth. Washington University in St. Louis, whose Julian Edison Department of Special Collections at Olin Library holds Gaddis’ comprehensive archive, will commemorate this centenary with, among other things, an academic conference on the prospects for the next 100 years of studying Gaddis’ life and work. The celebration will include an exhibition of Gaddis’ archive, and may include other exhibitions, art events and performances.
2020 Visions: Imagining (Post-) COVID Worlds
Submission deadline: 2/21/2021
Edge Effects invites contributors to reflect upon its impacts and to consider the new futures that might be made possible in its wake. (Edge Effects is a public humanities blog with a focus on ecocritcism and environmental studies; it has built a readership of over 16,000 views per month)
“Pilgrimages and Tourism”International Conference12-13 June 2021 – London/Onlineorganised byLondon Centre for Interdisciplinary Research
Pilgrimages are ancient practices of humankind and are associated with a great variety of religious, spiritual and secular traditions. In today’s world the number of visits to sacred sites such as Santiago de Compostela (Spain), La Virgen de Guadalupe (Mexico), Matka Boska Czetochowska (Poland), secular places such as Graceland, home of Elvis Presley, Eifel Tower in Paris, Hiroshima Peace Museum and virtual pilgrimages, facilitated by video and satellite links is growing. With them, tourism both individual and in groups has been steadily increasing and changing.
“Nonviolence and Intercultural Dialogue”International Conference5-6 June 2021 – London/OnlineLondon Centre for Interdisciplinary Research
“We may never be strong enough to be entirely nonviolent in thought, word and deed, but we must keep nonviolence as our goal and make strong progress towards it” – Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi
International Conference on Sports Studies17-18 July 2021 - London/Onlineorganised byLondon Centre for Interdisciplinary Research
"Mens sana in corpore sano" ("Mind is safe in a safe body")Giovenale
Sport has always been a significant aspect of human life. From the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece to the birth of football in the second half of the 19th century England and to contemporary sporting activities around the world, sport has always been a vital element of human activities. Sport is essential to health and happiness of people of all ages, genders, races, etc. and it needs to be studied through an interdisciplinary and international approach.