Popular Culture Across H-NET
The John Hay Library at Brown University is pleased to offer an annual fellowship for research relating to H. P. Lovecraft, his associates, and literary heirs. The S. T. Joshi Endowed Research Fellowship, established by The Aeroflex Foundation and Hippocampus Press, is intended to promote scholarly research using the significant collections on H. P. Lovecraft at the John Hay Library.
Following up on an announcement posted to this list on November 29, I'd like to remind H-Japan subscribers that this Friday, December 12, 2014, from 16:10 to 17:40, Professor Gerry Yokota of Osaka University will speak on representations of gender in Japanese anime at J. F. Oberlin University in Machida-shi, Tokyo. Language: English. For more on the talk and links to access instructions, please see http://www.obirin.ac.jp/en/topics/7fl2960000026o33.html.
Call for Papers
Princeton University Conference
April 10, 2015
Frames: Jewish Culture and the Comic Book
With apologies for cross-posting
We are pleased to announce the International Conference: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions, 13-16 July 2015, Liverpool, UK
Call for Papers
Public Lecture: “Beyond the Binary: Representations of Gender in Anime”
Speaker: Gerry Yokota, Professor of English and Contemporary Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies, Osaka University
Language: English (Q&A may be in Japanese)
Date and time: December 12, 2014 (Friday), 16:10–17:40
Place: J. F. Oberlin University Machida Campus, Meimeikan Room A204
From H-Net Announcements: http://www.h-net.org/announce/show.cgi?ID=218074
The East Asian Journal of Popular Culture (Intellect Press) is calling for general papers for the 2:3 edition.
The Pacific Historical Review recently published an article that may interest H-FedHist subscribers. Its title is below:
"'This Is Our Enemy': The Writers' War Board and Representations of Race in Comic Books, 1942-1945," by Paul Hirsch