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FILM & HISTORY: Northeast Popular Culture Association (NEPCA) virtual conference Oct. 12 14

Thursday, July 13, 2023 - 1:20pm
Michael Modarelli, Walsh University
deadline for submissions: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2023

ONLINE Film & History Section - October 12-14 2023

Call for 15-20 minute papers/presentations online format. While this area welcomes presentations on a wide range of film topics contributing to popular culture, we are epically interested in papers that explore the following:

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Re-Reading British and Irish Landscapes in the 21st Century: Nature, Networks, Identities

Tuesday, October 31, 2023 - 11:01am
University of Mannheim
deadline for submissions: 
Monday, November 20, 2023

International Workshop / University of Mannheim, 14-15 June 2024

This conference takes its cue from the fact that various topical tendencies and events have refuelled interest in landscapes and the countryside in recent years, be it the climate crisis, the crisis of national identity in the context of the Brexit debate or reconsiderations of Britain’s colonial past. It aims at exploring the multi-layered interest in British and Irish landscapes in the 21st century, as writers and researchers alike critically engage with the ideologically charged notion of the countryside by re-reading and reconfiguring popular tropes.

"The Polish Journal of Aesthetics" - Art, Aesthetics, and Artificial Intelligence Vol. 71 (4/2023)

Tuesday, July 11, 2023 - 4:40pm
The Polish Journal of Aesthetics
deadline for submissions: 
Sunday, October 1, 2023

In the winter of 2022, with the launch of ChatGPT and the pursuit of advancing Large Language Models, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning quickly appeared in the mainstream of the social, scientific, and artistic debate. While the use of AI in social and scientific development is widely accepted and advanced in art and creative work, the presence of AI is not so obvious and undisputed. Many artists reach for AI as a tool enabling them to accomplish their artistic intentions. At the same time, AI is not original and has already raised plagiarism and copyright problems within the context of the arts, including visual art.