Twenty programs, designed to enrich teaching and research, support collegial study of humanities topics. Residential programs: 1-4 weeks. Stipend provided.
This SAMLA panel invites papers on representations of the Holocaust in 20th and 21st-century texts or films. Topics might include but are not limited to examination of second and third generation Holocaust writers, use of the Holocaust as metaphor, children's and YA lit about the Holocaust, portrayal of survivors in Holocaust films, and resistance movements within camps or ghettos. Paper proposals addressing the SAMLA 90 theme, “Fighters from the Margins: Socio-Political Activists and Their Allies,” are especially welcome.
The Rise of International Sport on the Arab Peninsula: Politics, Art, Ethics
This workshop invites research on the politics, art, and ethics of international sport on the Arab Peninsula, with a special interest in the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Qatar.
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Call for Papers-3rd Tanure Ojaide International Conference (May 2-5, 2018)
University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
Tanure Ojaide: Life, Literature, and the Environment
Call for Publications: Verge 6.2 (Infrastructure)
Edited by Jessamyn Abel (Penn State University) and Leo Coleman (Hunter College)
Call for Papers
The journal issue Inscription: Tracing Place focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice.
Seeking papers for a special session proposal for the Modern Language Association's annual conference (January 3-6, 2019) on the topic of the aesthetics of terror in contemporary literature. Possible topics could include: narrative strategies of representing terror/terrorism, witnessing, the relationship between historical events and fiction, grief and mourning,time and violence, affect studies, fear and paranoia, legitimacy and illegitimacy, continuities and rupture.
In Conversation: Trevor Paglen
MacArthur grant-winning artist, journalist, author, and photographer Trevor Paglen discussed his illuminating work on surveillence, covert operations, and classified landscapes
March 9 | 6:30 - 8:00pm, ICP Museum, 250 Bowery, New York, NY