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Call for Submissions/Nominations for GL/Q of the MLA Prizes

Type: 
Prize
Date: 
November 2, 2015
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Area Studies, Sexuality Studies, Theatre & Performance History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

The GL/Q Caucus of the MLA invites nominations for each of our three annual awards: the Alan Bray Memorial Book Prize, The Crompton Noll Award for Best Essay, The Michael Lynch Service Award, and a NEW award: The Audre Lorde Graduate Student Essay Award. Descriptions and instructions for the prizes are below. All nominations are due November 2, 2015.
 
Please circulate widely.
 
 
THE ALAN BRAY MEMORIAL BOOK AWARD

Call for Papers: Twenty-Second Japan Studies Association Conference

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 28, 2015
Location: 
Hawaii, United States
Subject Fields: 
Area Studies, Asian American History / Studies, Asian History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies

Twenty-Second Japan Studies Association Conference

7-9 January 2016, Honolulu, Hawai’i

We invite proposals for individual presentations, discipline-specific or interdisciplinary panels, roundtables on pedagogy and teaching innovation and staged readings. We encourage both east-west and inter-Asian comparative perspectives. The following themes can serve as useful points of departure:

  • Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945-2015: historical perspectives, enduring challenges, possibilities for the future;

CFA for a themed issue of Nationalities Papers "nationalism and classification"

Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
July 7, 2016
Subject Fields: 
Ethnic History / Studies, Nationalism History / Studies, Race Studies, Intellectual History, Indigenous Studies

Nationalism theorist Rogers Brubaker proposed as an object of scholarly analysis “the modern state’s efforts to inscribe its subjects onto a classificatory grid: to identify and categorize people,” and generally drawing attention to historical actors who acquire “power to name, to identify, to categorize, to state what is what and who is who.” Pierre Bourdieu has also urged scholars to examine classification as a struggle "over the monopoly of power to make people see and believe, to

CFP / CFA "Nationalism as Classification"

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
July 7, 2016
Location: 
New Zealand
Subject Fields: 
Ethnic History / Studies, Intellectual History, Nationalism History / Studies, Race Studies, Indigenous Studies

Nationalism theorist Rogers Brubaker proposed as an object of scholarly analysis “the modern state’s efforts to inscribe its subjects onto a classificatory grid: to identify and categorize people,” and generally drawing attention to historical actors who acquire “power to name, to identify, to categorize, to state what is what and who is who.” Pierre Bourdieu has also urged scholars to examine classification as a struggle "over the monopoly of power to make people see and believe, to get them to know and recognize, to impose the legitimate definition of the divisions of the

CFP: “Law and Literature in Sub-Saharan Africa” (ACLA 2016)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 23, 2015
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
African History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Law and Legal History, Literature

CFP: “Law and Literature in Sub-Saharan Africa”

 

American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting

March 17-20, Harvard University

 

Organizers:     Nicholas Matlin, NYU

                        Nienke Boer, NYU

            

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