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The 1898 Wilmington Massacre: Critical Explorations of Insurrection, Black Resilience, and Black Futures

updated: 
Friday, April 30, 2021 - 12:48pm
Tiffany Gilbert & Lynn Mollenauer
deadline for submissions: 
Saturday, May 15, 2021

Call for Chapter Proposals

The 1898 Wilmington Massacre: Critical Explorations of Insurrection, Black Resilience, and Black Futures

Editors

Tiffany Gilbert, University of North Carolina Wilmington, gilbertt@uncw.edu

Lynn Mollenauer, University of North Carolina Wilmington, mollenauerl@uncw.edu

 

Proposal Submission Deadline: May 15, 2021

Proposal Decisions: June 15, 2021

 

Overview

Edited Collection on Adventure Time

updated: 
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 11:34am
Ann-Gee Lee/University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
deadline for submissions: 
Sunday, May 30, 2021

Edited Collection on Adventure Time 

 

According to the AV Club, “over six seasons and 186 episodes (and counting), [Adventure Time has] blossomed into one of the most distinctive cartoons currently on the air.” With young male hero, Finn, and his dog, Jake, whose shapeshifting body gets them out of trouble and a colorful world of adorable characters and creatures, the stories appeal to children of all ages. Additionally, the political undertones make it very attractive to scholars and fans. 

This CFP requests papers applying theoretical concepts to different issues that have risen in the show:

-the absurd, the imagination

-bullying, intimidation, and torture

Aesthetics, Food and Sharing Postgraduate Colloquium

updated: 
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - 2:32pm
University of East Anglia
deadline for submissions: 
Wednesday, March 31, 2021

The University of East Anglia's Art History department is delighted to announce its first PGR Colloquium, to be held on Monday 24th May 2021.

The aim of the colloquium is to examine ideas around the aesthetics of food sharing as they expand across histories, communities and identities. We are keen to receive papers from any researchers, across disciplines, which address the aestheticised consumption of food, community stories centered around food, artworks which incorporate food, and spaces which accommodate the sharing of food. We hope that the interdisciplinary nature of this symposium will encourage contributions from PGRs working across different periods, themes and mediums.