Call for Papers:
2018 Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference
Thursday-Sunday, October 4-7, 2018
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
1 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Journal of Veterans Studies has several books and new media projects in need of critical, scholarly review for publication in the journal. If you are interested in conducting a book review, please contact Sarah Austin for a copy of the book and review guidelines at Sarah.Austin@usafa.edu. If you are interested in conducting a new media review, please contact Katt Starnes for a list of projects and review guidelines at email@example.com.
We invite presentation proposals for The Fifties and Pop/Visual Culture: Film, Television and Beyond Conference, to be held at Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, Texas) November 9-10, 2018.
The conference organizers are seeking historically and theoretically intriguing contributions that explore any noteworthy aspect(s) of popular and/or visual culture during the 1950s, whether in the United States or elsewhere, in relation to cinematic, televisual, and other types of media offerings.
Artists Talk on Art (1974- ) is the art world's longest-running and most prolific, ongoing aesthetic panel discussion series. ATOA has presented more than 1,400 panels, open screenings, and dialogs featuring nearly 6,000 artists, critics, historians, dealers, and others since January 1975.
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Hazardous Objects: Function, Materiality, and Context
SAAM Fellows’ Lectures
Wednesday, May 2, through Friday, May 4, 2018, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Academica Press, a leading independent non-fiction publisher, is proud to call for manuscripts from dynamic scholars at all levels seeking to publish original work on both traditional and interdisciplinary topics. New publications will ideally be devoted to eclectic and under-explored issues and make imag
The Boston Athenæum offers short-term fellowships to support the use of Athenæum collections for research, publication, curriculum and program development, or other creative projects. Each fellowship pays a stipend of $1,500 for a residency of twenty days (four weeks) and includes a year’s membership to the Boston Athenæum. Scholars, graduate students, independent scholars, teaching faculty, and professionals in the humanities as well as teachers and librarians in secondary public, private, and parochial schools are eligible. Applicants must be U.S.