The Global Decolonization Workshop (GDW) is a new collaboration between the School of Advanced Study, University of London and the Department of History, New York University. It seeks to forge a global forum for knowledge exchange in the interdisciplinary field of decolonization studies.
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CALL FOR PAPERS | DEADLINE: 30 APRIL 2017
Remapping the Arts, Heritage, and Cultural Production:
Between Policies and Practices in East and Southeast Asian Cities
Date 16-17 August 2017
Venue Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Call for Papers: 40th History of Technology Conference
17 and 18 November 2017 in Schlatt, Switzerland
CFP: LEXINGTON STUDIES IN COMMUNICATION AND STORYTELLING, EDITED BY KATHLEEN M. RYAN AND DEBORAH A. MACEY
This series engages scholarship in mediated storytelling: be it the traditional book or television program, the performed oral narrative, or the emerging media platform. Interdisciplinary in scope, this series looks at the myriad theoretical and practical approaches to the story, broadly defined. From the audience member-turned creator to new narrative, this series explores what storytelling means in the twenty-first century. We are looking for book proposals for this series.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The 6th Annual
Cotton Kingdom / Sweat Equity Symposium and Cotton Pickers Ball
Deadline for submissions Friday, October 20, 2017
The Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (University of York, UK) is pleased to announce a one-day conference in York on 14 July 2017 that aims to open up discussion on the nature of memory and identity construction online and in digital formats. We invite proposals for 20 minute papers on any aspect of the digital construction of memory and identity, and the use of digital resources as source material for scholars studying these issues.
Radicalism and the University
June 13th and 14th, 2017
University of Essex, Colchester Campus.
Dr. Alana Jelinek (Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge)
Dr. Daniel Loick (Goethe University Frankfurt).
The School of Philosophy and Art History (SPAH) at the University of Essex would like to invite you to participate in an interdisciplinary graduate conference on the timely subject of radicalism and what role, if any, the institution of the University has to play in it.
Crossings 8.1: Call for Papers
CROSSINGS: ULAB JOURNAL OF ENGLISH STUDIES (ISSN 2071-1107) welcomes scholarly articles for its Volume 8 to be published in July 2017.
I am writing to invite interested scholars including relevant graduate students, to consider submitting their research manuscripts to the Journal of South Texas, a scholarly, double-blind reviewed academic journal devoted to the history and heritage of greater Texas. The submission deadline for Fall 2017 issue is July 1, 2017.
Muslims In America
SAMLA 89 High Art/Low Art: Borders and Boundaries in Popular Culture
Nov. 3-5, 2017
Westin Peachtree Plaza, Atlanta GA
Translating Babel: Religion and Translation in the Early Modern Period
20-22 July 2017 / Gotha Research Centre
of the University of Erfurt
Translation is always a shift not between two languages, but between two cultures. – Umberto Eco
2017 Call for Papers
The 59th Midwest Modern Language Association
When the first instalment of Peter Jackson’s cinematic adaptation of The Lord of the Rings premiered in cinemas all over the world (December 2001-February 2002), its reception was almost unequivocally enthusiastic. “The Fellowship of the Ring” was immediately embraced by millions of Tolkien’s fans, old and new alike, signalling a new chapter in the history of film and taking the cinematic art to a higher level of aesthetic experience.
CINEMA 9 CFP: ISLAM AND IMAGES
Patrícia Castello Branco (IFILNOVA)
Saeed Zeydabadi-Nejad (SOAS University of London)
Sérgio Dias Branco (University of Coimbra/IFILNOVA/CEIS20)
Call for Papers for the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting