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Deadline Extended for EmergencE/Y: ASLE 2021 Virtual Conference

We have extended the deadline for submissions to #ASLE2021 virtual conference to April 5, so spread the word and get those proposals in shape by Monday!

https://www.asle.org/conference/biennial-conference/asle-conf-call-for-papers/

Call for Proposals
Deadline for Submissions EXTENDED to April 5, 2021

CFP: From Morning Hunt to Beloved Gazelle--Literary and Visual Representations of Animals from Central Asia to the Maghreb​​​​

Call for Papers: From Morning Hunt to Beloved Gazelle
Literary and Visual Representations of Animals from Central Asia to the Maghreb

15-16th December, 2021 University of Cambridge

This conference seeks to rethink the literatures and arts of the Middle East, North Africa, and the Persianate and Turkish lands through the presence of non-human animals situated within their ‘worlds’, whether these be pastoral gardens, constructions of the wild, or the interstices of human habitations.

CFP: Challenging Anthropocentrism in Political Science: Gender, Race, Intersectionality, and the More-Than-Human 3-4 June, deadline 31 March

Challenging Anthropocentrism in Political Science: Gender, Race, Intersectionality, and the More-Than-Human

Workshop Chairs:

Mihnea Tanasescu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Mariska Jung, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Workshop Abstract:

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