Feral Feminisms, an independent, inter-media, peer-reviewed, and open-access online journal, invites submissions from artists, activists, and scholars for a special issue titled, “State Killing: Queer and Women of Color Manifestas against U.S. Violence and Oppression,” guest edited by Annie Hill, Niq D. Johnson, and Ersula Ore. The issue will center the voices and anti-violence work of queer and women of color activist-intellectuals by providing a forum for provocative manifestas and manifestations of feminism.
“WEAVING HISTORY: MYSTERY OF A CITY”
The Collaborative Research Center of the Goethe Frankfurt University would like to cordially invite you to the international conference “MACHINERY OF VIOLENCE – Resource, Mobilization, and Scale” at Goethe Frankfurt University, Germany, on May 18th- 19th, 2018.
An international conference on Sound, Ecology, and Media Cultural Education
The main goal of The Global Composition 2018 is to bring together transdisciplinary high-level research of scholars, scientists, artists, designers and engineers.
Moreover, participants will be able to discuss innovative cultural and educational practices as well as soundscape artworks by pedagogues and media makers.
On The Margins of European Philosophy
Robert Bernasconi, Giuseppe Bianco, Lucie Mercier, Simon Glendinning
This interdisciplinary postgraduate conference looks at how human rights function in a changing world, including how human rights are being developed and expanded in light of new or evolving technologies or issues such as reproductive rights, refugees, and the climate, and even, how the purpose and impact of human rights are changing.
We invite contributions that consider, amongst other issues:
CFP: World Literature – Northeast Popular/American Culture Association
Call for Papers
The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies
Special Issue: "Intersections of Critical Disability Studies and Critical Animal Studies"
Kairos: A Journal of Critical Symposium (Open Access) is the flagship publication of the Postcolonial Studies Association of the Global South (PSAGS). Drawing inspiration from its Greek origins, meaning ‘opportunity’ or ‘supreme movement’, Kairos aims to carve out a singular niche by turning attention to issue and problem based themes that concern both humanities and social sciences, but cannot be addressed within the conventional disciplinary frames.