- 31/7/2020 – CFP: Black Women’s Literature: Violence & the COVID-19 Moment July 3, 2020What, when & where Black Women’s Literature: Violence & the COVID-19 Moment A Special Issue of MELUS Guest Editors: Robin Brooks (University of Pittsburgh) and Meina Yates-Richard (Emory University) Deadline for Abstract Submissions: July 31, 2020 With news stories such as “Two Crises Convulse a Nation: A Pandemic and Police Violence” and “‘Pandemic Within a […]Leonardo Nolè
- 15/9/2020 – CFP: Literature between Canon and Archive. New Distant Reading Approaches to the Study Of The Novel July 2, 2020What, when & where Literature between Canon and Archive. New Distant Reading Approaches to the Study Of The Novel Metacritic Journal for Comparative Studies and Theory The inter- and transdisciplinary approaches advanced in the field of Digital Humanities open up new and exciting opportunities at a intracultural level by challenging researchers to employ methodologies and […]Leonardo Nolè
- 15/8/2020 – CFP: Geographia Literaria: Studies in Earth, Ethics and Literature July 1, 2020What, when & where The word “Geopoethics” comes from geo (meaning, “earth”), poiesis (meaning, “to create”) and ethics. The poiesis in Geopoethics has a sort of Heideggerian “bringing-forth” of the earth, not as something which was hitherto absent but by bringing something from concealment to unconcealment, from darkness to light. The earth is “brought into […]Leonardo Nolè
- 24/1/2021 – CFP: Decolonising Science Fiction June 30, 2020What, when & where “Decolonising Science Fiction” The International Review of Science Fiction In the wake of the worldwide protests after the killing of George Floyd, and the toppling of statues implicated in the legacy of the slave trade, we propose a special issue of Foundation on the topic of ‘decolonising science fiction’. As John […]Leonardo Nolè
- 31/10/2020 – CFP: Crime Fiction and Ecology June 29, 2020What, when & where Crime Fiction and Ecology The Routledge Handbook of Crime Fiction and Ecology Discourses of contamination and pollution have long figured in crime writing. Since its emergence in the mid-nineteenth century, crime fiction has frequently elucidated a correlation between transgressive acts and the topographies in which they occur. Within this, it is […]Leonardo Nolè
- CFP – European Journal of Theatre and Performance June 26, 2020What, when & where CALL FOR PROPOSALS for the European Journal of Theatre and Performance “Language and Performance: Moving across Discourses and Practices in a Globalised World“ Guest Editors: Małgorzata Sugiera, Karel Vanhaesebrouck, and Timmy De Laet Within a globalised world, language can act both as a barrier and facilitator for the circulation and visibility […]Admin_aisnagraduates
- 31/08/2020 – call for contributions “The Graveyard in Literature: Liminality and Social Critique” June 25, 2020What, when & where call for papers “The Graveyard in Literature: Liminality and Social Critique” This edited collection will be published by Cambridge Scholars in late 2020. The volume invites essays that focus on literary or other cultural texts that use the graveyard as a liminal space within which received narratives and social values can […]Admin_aisnagraduates
- call for papers “Global Conference on Women and Gender” June 24, 2020What, when & where Call for papers of the Global Conference on Women and Gender to be held at CNU, March 18-20, 2021 We have reserved the same theme from our postponed 2020 Conference: Gender, Politics, and Everyday Life: Power, Resistance, and Representation This interdisciplinary conference brings together participants from all academic fields to engage […]Admin_aisnagraduates
- 15/09/2020 – call for papers “Religion, Mobilities and Belonging in Contemporary Anglophone Literature and Film/TV Series Production” June 23, 2020What, when & where Call for papers ” Religion, Mobilities and Belonging in Contemporary Anglophone Literature and Film/TV Series Production ” of Ex-centric Narratives: Journal of Anglophone Literature, Culture and Media. Religion has re-emerged as a public force, a marker of ethnic identities and one of the main ways of identifying the ‘difference’ of migrants, […]Admin_aisnagraduates
- 24/07/2020 – call for papers Hotcus “America At and Beyond the Ballot Box” June 22, 2020What, when & where HOTCUS 2020 Postgraduate and Early Career Virtual Conference: America At and Beyond the Ballot Box Friday 18 September 2020 Keynote speaker: Professor Iwan Morgan (UCL Institute of the Americas) With the presidential election looming in November 2020, politics is paramount in the minds of those interested in the United States. This […]Admin_aisnagraduates
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