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Monday: Jobs & Reviews Digests; Funding; CFPs

Tuesday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies

Wednesday: CFPs; Journals; Online Digital Resources

Thursday: Events; Opportunities for Advanced Studies

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Latest Announcements

Final Call: Sacred Rhetoric: Discourses of Religion

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
May 31, 2017 to June 2, 2017
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Communication, Composition & Rhetoric, Religious Studies and Theology, Linguistics, Humanities

Winebrenner Theological Seminary (Findlay, Ohio) will be hosting a conference exploring “Sacred Rhetoric” – an interdisciplinary event devoted to the consideration of discourses of religion, both as it is depicted in various media formats and how religious practitioners discuss issues within confessional communities.

2017 Northeast Popular/American Culture Conference at UMass Amherst: First Call

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
June 1, 2017
Location: 
Massachusetts, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Popular Culture Studies, Humanities, Communication, Cultural History / Studies

The Northeast Popular/American Culture Association (NEPCA) announces its first call for paper proposals for its annual conference. The 2017 conference will be held on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst the weekend of October 27-28, 2017.    

CFP - Korea, Media, Archive: Rethinking Optics, Columbia University May 12-13, 2017

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
May 12, 2017
Location: 
New York, United States
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Asian History / Studies, Korean History / Studies
The Center for Korean Research, Columbia University and the Center for Visual Culture, Yonsei University seek to convene a review and rethinking of mediated visuality in modern Korea.

Journal of New Brunswick Studies/Revue d’études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 31, 2017
Location: 
New Brunswick, Canada
Subject Fields: 
Local History, Canadian History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Health and Health Care, Popular Culture Studies

Call for Articles, Essays, and Research Notes:

“The Health of New Brunswickers”

Journal of New Brunswick Studies/

Revue d’études sur le Nouveau-Brunswick

In recent years, the health of Canadians, widely defined, has been the elephant in

the room. Everyone acknowledges the importance of health, but few people in

positions of power have been willing to address it publicly. The preferred response

of the last two federal governments has been to throw money at a problem that

Reminder: Extended CFP Journal of Urban Anthropology

Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
January 20, 2017
Location: 
Quebec, Canada
Subject Fields: 
Anthropology, Contemporary History, Indigenous Studies, Political Science, Urban History / Studies

Special issue of The Journal of Urban Anthropology

Emerging forms of Indigeneity

Editors: Dr Ioana Radu and Dr Ioana Comat

Call for papers

In 2007, Canada, New Zealand and Australia had refused to ratify the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). While they eventually fell in line with the rest of the world, this initial refusal clearly underlined the embryonic character of decolonization in settler states.

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