This is not an anti-Beyonce manifesto. The aim of this project, however, is to unabashedly and unapologetically challenge the notion that “Queen Bey” is the alpha and omega of black female representation and embodiment.
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Interviewing the Caribbean - Winter 2018
Interviewing the Caribbean (IC) seeks poems, stories, creative non-fiction, and visual art in all media that celebrates Caribbean life. This issue is seeking work that offers a portrayal, interpretation, and/or analysis of womanhood and/or manhood as well as other gender-related issues and topics in Caribbean societies. Caribbean Artists at home and in the Diaspora are invited to participate.
Topics for Winter 2018: Caribbean Femininity and Masculinity: Gender Justice
Fifty odd years after independence?
We are currently soliciting papers for a session at CAA Annual Conference, New York, February 13–16, 2019:
When Home Won't Let You Stay: Art & Migration in the 21st Century
Co-chairs: Ruth Erickson (Mannion Family Curator) and Ellen Tani (Assistant Curator), Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
For the fourteenth consecutive year, the John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History & Strategic Analysis at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., is pleased to announce that it will award prizes for the best-unpublished papers on Cold War military history. The contest recognizes and encourages innovative scholarship on Cold War subjects.
CFP for an edited volume of collected critical essays.