The conference aims to shed light on the ambivalent status of cities and towns as both centres for peace initiatives and protest movements as well as objects of militarisation, as potential or actual sites of wartime destruction, and as targets of nuclear attacks.
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Fire and Water: Entangled Histories of Empire and Science in the Early Modern Americas
September 21-23, 2017
The John Carter Brown Library
CALL FOR PAPERS
CFP. The Eros and Pornography division of the Popular Culture Assocation invites submissions for the March 28-3, 2018 annual meetings in Indianapolis, IN. Completed papers, works-in-progress, panels, and poster sessions dealing with eros/porn (broadly defined) are welcome. A special session dealing with new technology and pornography also is planned. For more information on submissions and registration for the conference, visit the PCA/ACA website at: https://conference.pcaaca.org/
CALL FOR PAPERS (Edited Anthology entitled Deepa Mehta’s Cinematic Creations)
When the first exhibitions of contemporaneous art from the Middle East were presented to North American and European audiences in the last decades of the twentieth century, the absence of knowledge about Middle Eastern art on the part of those educated in North American and European schools became obvious. This panel is an attempt to systematize the gaps in our knowledge.