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Daily Publishing Schedule

Monday: Jobs & Reviews Digests; Funding; CFPs

Tuesday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies

Wednesday: CFPs; Journals; Online Digital Resources

Thursday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies

Friday: CFPs; Call for Volunteers

 

 

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Latest Announcements

[Temple ICAS Event] The Government of Japan and Trump’s America

Type: 
Lecture
Date: 
July 19, 2017
Location: 
Japan
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies, Diplomacy and International Relations, Political History / Studies, Political Science

Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Venue: Temple University Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 1F Parliament
(access: http://www.tuj.ac.jp/maps/tokyo.html)
Speakers:

Food and Culture Area of the Mid Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association (MAPACA)

Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 30, 2017
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Sociology, American History / Studies, Ethnic History / Studies, Literature, Popular Culture Studies

Attention all Foodies. This conference is for you and there is still time to submit a proposal! Proposals are due June 30, and the conference is November 9-11 at the Sonesta Hotel in Philadelphia. What we choose to eat, when we eat it, with whom we eat it, and how we eat it is influenced by technology, economics, politics, fashion, tradition, religion, and other aspects of culture. Food not only answers our most basic physical needs, but also is central to social ritual and the construction of culture playing a vital symbolic role in forming societies.

Call for Applications: Interactive EHRI Online Course in Holocaust Studies

Type: 
Seminar
Date: 
July 1, 2017
Subject Fields: 
Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies

The EHRI (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure) Project offers places in an interactive Online Course on “The Holocaust through the Perspective of Primary Sources” designed by EHRI-Partner Yad Vashem. The next course will begin on September 2017. With original documents and interviews with leading historians, it offers a comprehensive insight into various primary sources essential for Holocaust research. Discussions among the participants will be supervised and supported, with written assignments guaranteeing a high scientific standard.

CFP - Space for Fashion Thinking & Practice: Review, Reflect, Revise - An Interdisciplinary Fashion Research Network Symposium & Exhibition

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 8, 2017
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Graduate Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Research and Methodology

Call for Papers

 

Space for Fashion Thinking & Practice: Review, Reflect, Revise

 

An Interdisciplinary Fashion Research Network Symposium & Exhibition

 

Friday 8th September 2017 - Coventry University London

 

Venue: Coventry University London, University House, 109-117 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7JF

 

Whitewashing and Racebending: Diversity in Literature and Popular Culture (NeMLA 2018)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 30, 2017
Location: 
Pennsylvania, United States
Subject Fields: 
Popular Culture Studies, Film and Film History, Race Studies

How has it been progressive or restrictive to change the race or ethnicity of a character in adaptations of literature and other texts? How do such choices in character design and casting increase diversity? How do such choices perpetuate problematic legacies from the source material? Examples may include stage, film, and fan productions of novels, plays, and comics. 

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