AHILA 2020 - Until Sept 3, 2019: Call For papers Symposium 1 (Lucci-Álvarez Gila) Oblique visions on imaginary in movement. Humour, satire and irony in the identity representations of migrations in Latin America. XIX-XXI centuries.
Play Studies is a forum for discussing play through theoretical, practical, performative, interdisciplinary, and historical lenses.
Vernon Press invites chapter proposals on African History.
During the 20th century, sport has become an important factor of sociability – in and out of the field – to the extent of shaping new collective identities. Sport clubs, its practitioners and its supporters create collective identities. As any other collective identity, it spreads from a shared historical narrative which often strengthens local identity, political ideology, nationalist or cosmopolitan ideas, religious allegiance or even open manifestations of racism.
KULT_online 58 (2019)
The Open Access Review Journal of the Giessen Graduate Centre for Humanities (GGK) and the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC). It is published twice each semester and features reviews of books and event reports that are related to the broad field of the study of culture.
The Lost/Secret Histories of Indiana: A Symposium
Indiana University Bloomington is pleased to announce a call for papers for “The Lost/Secret Histories of Indiana: A Symposium,” the inaugural conference dedicated to exploring and celebrating the Hoosier state. It will be held November 20-23, 2019, in Bloomington, Indiana.
Tourist Imaginaries and Mobility in the United States
International Conference – February 6-7, 2020
University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Call for Papers
Organizing committee: Alexandra Boudet-Brugal, Sophie Croisy, Sandrine Ferré-Rode, Elodie Grossi, Frédéric Leriche, Dalila Messaoudi
Scientific committee: Jan Borm, Bertrand Réau, Philippe Duhamel, Edith Fagnoni, Yves Figueiredo, Patrick Schembri, Jean-Marc Zaninetti
This international conference is co-organised by the Basque Institute Etxepare and the University of Edinburgh.
Its aims are to exchange knowledge and promote collaboration between academics and professionals working on minority-language media.
The conference will be in English.
Call for papers: Blasphemy and Violence. Interdependencies since 1760 (conference)
Ghent, 5-6 March 2020
Emotional Attachment to Machines:
New Ways of Relationship-Building in Japan