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Latest Announcements

In Media Res - Call for Proposals for Post Truth theme week

Call for Papers
January 23, 2017
Georgia, United States
Subject Fields: 
Communication, Journalism and Media Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Political History / Studies

In Media Res is still accepting proposals for its theme week on the "post truth."  Topics that might be considered include the concept of "post truth" and the distribution of "fake news."  The deadline for proposals is Wednesday, January 25.  Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aw0KYS5rETscTJS8xHGodoQ7ZgJI5vtVyMoVyT4h0RY/edit



Beyond Between Men: Homosociality Across Time

Call for Papers
February 27, 2017
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
European History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies, World History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies

Since the publication of Eve Sedgwick’s groundbreaking 1985 work Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire, ‘homosociality’ has become a regularly-used shorthand term for social bonds between persons of the same gender, and for the hegemonic norms that result from those social bonds.