Technology can both protect and violate human rights. How does such paradox inform imperialism, and appear in the post-9/11 cultural representations including film, literature, music, and visual arts? Email 300 words abstract with bios.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, 17 March 2023
Muhammad Waqar Azeem, Binghamton U, SU of New York (email@example.com )
This CFP is posted on MLA Website here: https://mla.confex.com/mla/2024/webprogrampreliminary/Paper23490.html
The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities invites submissions for the Julien Mezey Dissertation Award. This annual prize is awarded to the dissertation that most promises to enrich and advance interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of law, culture and the humanities.
Applicants eligible for the 2023 award must have defended their dissertations successfully between March 2022 and March 2023.
The Association will cover the Mezey Prize winner’s travel and lodging costs to the annual meeting.
Applications for the 2023 award must be received on or before April 14, 2023.
Each applicant must submit the following:
The climate crisis posits a major threat to the anthropocene regardless of geopolitical boundaries. However, Eurocentric discourses seldom acknowledge the resource exploitation that fuels climate change. This panel seeks to explore works of literature that highlight such instances of resource exploitation in the postcolony vis-à-vis the ideas of security and insecurity in the times of an emergent climate crisis. With a special focus on the specters of neocolonialism that threaten the security of postcolonial ecospheres, this panel seeks to decolonize the discourses of climate change that refuse to address the role played by Western ideology and capital in the rendering insecure of ecologies in the postcolony.
The PAPER TRAILS project has secured the edition of an issue of the journal Ge-conservación (https://ojs3.ge-iic.com/index.php/revista) to be published in 2023 under the title PAPER TRAILS: Post-industrial histories, technical memories and art practices. The volume will be edited by Federica Martini, Renata Barbosa, Herminia Sol and Ricardo Triães and will have a Scientific Committee external to the journal that will evaluate the articles following a blind-review process.
CALL FOR ARTICLES
Abstract/Panel submission deadline: May 21, 2023.
Conference dates: September 22-23, 2023.
Venue: Film and media space “Planeta“, A. Goštauto str. 2, Vilnius
Mode of participation: In person only
Conference language: English
Vilnius Academy of Arts
Lithuanian Cultural Research Institute
Vilnius International Documentary Film Festival
Partner: International Network for Small Cinemas
Dr. Laura Rascaroli, Professor, University College Cork
Blended online and on-site conference
Victorians Journal announces a special topics CFP on Victorian Hospitality for our Winter 2023 number, guest edited by Kristen Pond.
Victorians Journal CFP Winter Issue 2023
This CFP is for a special journal issue focused on South Asia and aimed for a postcolonial journal.
The J. Wayne and Elsie M. Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction is excited to announce our 2nd Annual Sturgeon Symposium (Wed. 9/28 – Fri. 9/30/2023), celebrating the 30th anniversary of Octavia Butler's groundbreaking novel, The Parable of the Sower. As KU's choice for the 2023 Common Book program, this novel is a powerful inspiration for our Symposium's theme, "Fantastic Worlds, Fraught Futures."
Inspired by Nannie Helen Burroughs, this roundtable conversation will center on the precarity of educators working at the intersections of race, class, and gender, more importantly, the lessons faculty can learn from innovative educational praxis.
The monstrous mother: images of unexpected evil (Edited Volume)
Editors: Anna Chiara Corradino; Alessandro Grilli; Sofia Torre
The monstrous mother, a peculiar subset of the ‘monstrous feminine’ (Creed 1993), is a recurring figure in cultural representation – in mythology, literature and the arts. Its multifaceted profile symbolizes the dangers and anxieties associated with motherhood and the maternal.
MUSLIM WOMEN’S POPULAR FICTION INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – 5-9 SEPTEMBER 2023
Muslim Women’s Popular Fiction AHRC Research Network International Conference
Birmingham, UK, 5-9 September 2023
Free to attend for all speakers and attendees.
Professor Claire Chambers
Dr Rehana Ahmed
In the twenty-first century, readers, publishers, and booksellers have noted a surge in popularity of genre works written by Muslim women, particularly in the Anglosphere. From the detective novels of Ausma Zehanat Khan to G. Willow Wilson’s fantasy fiction, Ayisha Malik’s romantic fiction to graphic novels by Marjane Satrapi – Muslim women authors are embracing popular fiction forms and genres.
Borders in the English-Speaking World: Mapping and Countermapping
International conference organized by UR SEARCH
9-10 October 2023
University of Strasbourg
Ladan Niayesh (Université Paris Cité/LARCA)
Michael Darroch (York University) and Lee Rodney (University of Windsor) - The research-creation hub IN/TERMINUS
Donna Akrey and Taien Ng-Chan (Artists, Hamilton Perambulatory Unit)