Proposals are invited for papers, panels and poster presentations addressing the study of American Indians in the Southeastern United States cultural area. Topics may include academic or creative works on: archaeology, education, history, socio-cultural issues, religion, literature, oral traditions, art, identity, sovereignty, health and other matters. Creative works may include any written, visual, musical, video, digital or other creative production that connects to Southeast Indian peoples’ experiences, histories or concerns.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Edited by Hampton Smith and Zachariah DeGiulio
Thresholds, the annual peer-reviewed journal produced by the MIT Department of Architecture and published by MIT Press is now accepting submissions to be published Spring 2023.
Global Encounters Monash (GEM)
The Global Encounters Monash project explores relationships between First Nations peoples and those who come from across the seas. While our prime focus is on Australian First Nations and their history of encountering and interacting with people, technologies, plants, animals, and ideas from across the seas, we are interested in comparative stories of oceanic encounters and interactions.
Please consider submitting to the session, Playing Indian: An American Visual Politic at SECAC’s 2022 annual conference, October 26-29 in Baltimore.
The Fulbright US Scholars competition is open and we would like to introduce you to the opportunities in Canada. For 2023/2024, Fulbright Canada is offering more than 50 Research Chairs at top Canadian Institutions. Our grants support research with colleagues across Canada for a 4 to 9 month period- applications are accepted through September 15, 2022
This proposed special issue navigates the intersections of Black and Indigenous ecologies. Ecologies encompass natural and constructed environments, understories, and overstories that allow renewed attention to notions of mobility, modernity, protest, climate change, human and nonhuman relationality, and more.
The Editorial Collective of Matrix: A Journal for Matricultural Studies is very pleased to announce the release of Volume 2, Issue 2, with a special theme of Matricultures of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
This issue of our online, open access and peer-reviewed scholarly journal can be accessed here: https://www.networkonculture.ca/activities/matrix