NeMLA Convention in Philadelphia, 11-14 March 2021. Abstracts for 15-20 minute papers that consider multiple temporalities within or across works of literature, criticism, or other forms of media, discourse, or performance, such as temporalities that are varied, conflicting, competing, haphazard, (re)constructed, broken, or accidental.
Call for Abstracts: Film and Literature panel
The Global Sentimentality Project seeks proposals for a publication on global melodrama:
The International Center for Korean Studies, Kyujanggak, Seoul National University is hosting a booktalk series, 규장각 해외 한국학 저자특강, which introduce a work in Korean studies to facilitate the exchange of views and information among scholars. We will have our 1st booktalk via ZOOM on May 29, 10AM (KST).
American Artist, interdisciplinary artist whose work considers black labor and visibility within networked life and has been exhibited the Museum of African Diaspora, San Francisco; the Studio Museum in Harlem; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Koenig & Clinton, New York
Jian Neo Chen, Associate Professor of English at Ohio State University and author of Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement
Materiality and Creative Processes in Portuguese Cinema
Virtual Conference (via Google Meet)
29-30 October 2020
In the first decades of the AIDS crisis (1980s through the mid-1990s), vital struggles over the meanings, definitions and representations of AIDS sought to unite culture analysis with cultural activism. Now that the world is gripped by the COVID-19 pandemic, how has the significance of that analysis and activism shifted? How does the present experience of a new, seemingly untreatable virus affect our comprehension of the representations and contested meanings of AIDS, a different pandemic that once held global attention?
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