In preparation for a volume of essays to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the “Denmark Vesey Conspiracy” of 1822, the Carolina Lowcountry in the Atlantic World Program (CLAW) at the College of Charleston will hold a small conference on enslaved and free black anti-slavery, February 8-10, 2019.
Now Accepting Nominations for the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians’ Book Prizes
Deadline for Nominations: November 1, 2017
To nominate a book, see: https://berksconference.org/prizes/
Description of Prizes
We invite publishers and authors to submit books published in the year 2017 for consideration for the Berkshire Conference Book Prizes.
FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
On Whose Terms?: Ten Years On…
(in Critical Negotiations in Black British Literature and the Arts)
For the 2018 meeting of the South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, proposals are invited on any topic regarding medicine, madness, the medicine of madness, the madness of medicine, or the care and treatment of any illnesses, physical, mental, or emotional during the long eighteenth century. All disciplines and geographic areas are welcome.
150-word abstracts by 11/30/18. Electronic submissions, please.
Department of English
William Paterson University of New Jersey
Lucayos is a peer-reviewed journal of the literature, culture, history and creativity of The Bahamas and the larger Caribbean region. Developed by the Faculty of Liberal and Fine Arts at the University of The Bahamas, the goal of the journal is to promote critical regional and cultural awareness through academic and creative writing that comments on or is a product of The Bahamas and the Caribbean. The journal is focused on the literature, culture, or history of the region or in creative expression which connects to relevant themes, places, and spaces in the Caribbean.
First Dress Conference of the African Diaspora
London College of Fashion, London, UK.
Friday 4th May 2018
The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, in conjunction with the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University, announces a call for papers for a conference exploring enslaved migrations within the Americas. Over the past several decades a rich slave trade historiography has illuminated much about the infamous Middle Passage across the Atlantic, but for hundreds of thousands of African captives journeys continued upon reaching the New World.
Guest editors: Prof. Louise Bethlehem, The European Research Council Project APARTHEID-STOPS, Dr. Tal Zalamnovich The European Research Council Project APARTHEID-STOPS.
Deadline for submission: 15 November 2017
The peer-reviewed Journal on African Philosophy (JAP) has just published a special-issue on African and Africana philosophy. Issue 14, "A Dialogue with African and Africana Philosophers" is guest-edited by Azuka Nzegwu, PhD. This special-issue is the inaugural issue of a new series in JAP that seeks to engage scholars in the field.