Call for Papers: Race and Yoga Journal 4.1 (2019)
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CFP International Fantastic Division, ICFA #40 2019 (Deadline 10/31)
“Politics and Conflicts”: Some Global Accents
The International Association for the Study of Popular Music-United States chapter invites proposals for its 2
Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities
Editors: Drs Jonathan A. Allan, Frank G. Karioris, and Chris Haywood
Call for papers for presentation on subcultures at the 10th Anniversary of the Annual International PopCAANZ Conference to be held at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, July 3 - 5, 2019.
CALL FOR PAPERS
POPULAR CULTURE AMERICAN CULTURE ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
The “quality” and “post-quality” television moments of the early twenty-first century have resulted in a number of television shows that engage with gender in interesting ways, some advancing critiques of feminism or post-feminism (UnReal, The Handmaid’s Tale), others offering new ways of thinking about genderqueer and transitioning individuals (Transparent, RuPaul’s Drag Race), and still others thinking about gender at the intersections of race, education, and socioeconom
CFP: ‘Historicizing Horror Cinema’
2019 PCA/ACA National Conference Washington, DC
This panel will explore - through short papers - the meanings, connotations, dynamics, systems and processes of ‘History’ and ‘Historicizing’ within - and surrounding - horror cinema. This can include personal histories, analytical approaches, archival projects, case studies, theoretical explorations as well as other configurations.
Editors: Novotny Lawrence & Gerald Butters