The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some JHistory list members.
CFP: True Crime (Special Topic 2023) at the Popular Culture Association Annual Conference[announcement]
by Samantha Axtell
Submission deadline extended through January 10th, 2023!
CFP: ‘Personified Body Parts and Organs with a Mind of Their Own in Cinema, Literature and Visual Culture’ [announcement]
by Gilad Padva
*CFP: ‘Personified Body Parts and Organs with a Mind of Their Own in Cinema, Literature and Visual Culture’
*Editors*: Gilad Padva and Yair Koren Maimon
This collection initially examines cinematic, televisual, literary, visual and poetic representations of body parts who are vitalized, autonomized, individuated and animated. They become independent entities with a mind of their own. Instead of being parts of intricate mechanisms, these organs turn into independent, humanized and personified "bodies."
Call for Papers for SI: Framing the Virtual: New Technologies and Immersive Exhibitions - Free for Publication [announcement]
by Sylvia Hao
Call for Papers for SI: Technology/Media-Engaged Art: From New-Materialist Philosophies - Free for Publication [announcement]
by Sylvia Hao
As our lives and planet continue to be shaped by complex technological materials, systems and processes, the practices of technology and media-engaged artists are vital to understanding what lies behind the ‘front end’ of our contemporary digital condition.
Special Issue: "Photographic Aesthetics of Home" [announcement]
by Ali Shobeiri
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 March 2023
Special Issue "Photographic Aesthetics of Home"
Interplay of Community, Textuality and Orality: Comparative Perspectives on History, Culture and Society [announcement]
by Saswati Saha
Comparative Literature Association of India
XVI Biennial International Conference
The following reviews were posted to the H-Net Commons between
02 Jan 2023 and 09 Jan 2023.
Reviewed for Jhistory by Andrew Hobbs
Lechner, Doris. _Histories for the Many: The Victorian Family
Magazine and Popular Representations of the Past. The Leisure
Hour, 1852-1870_. History in Popular Cultures Series. Bielefeld:
Transcript Verlag, 2016. 340 pp. EUR 39.99, ISBN 978-3-8376-3711-
“What the Slide? Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Presentation Culture” [announcement]
by Verena Hutter
Call for Proposals