CALL FOR PAPERS FOR VIRTUAL IDENTITIES AND SELF PROMOTION
AT THE PCA/ACA 2018 National Conference
Indianapolis, IN, March 28–31.
Virtual Identities and Self Promotion aims to examine, explore and critically engage with the issues surrounding creating a sense of self in online environments. These new technologies have changed the way we think and how we have constructed our identities and consequently have informed our relationships and interactions within both online and offline arenas.
Senate House Library is calling for papers on queer publishing for presentation at a 1-day conference taking place at Senate House in March 2018. The conference forms part of the events programme for the exhibition ‘Queer Between the Covers’, held at Senate House Library from January to June 2018. The presence of queer works on twentieth century publishers’ lists tended to represent complex processes of equivocation, marked by streams of open titillation and multi-layered camoufage.
The Journal of Communication Inquiry (JCI) invites submissions that adopt critical-cultural approaches to the intersection of media and immigration for its October 2018 theme issue, “Mediating Global Migration.”
We are seeking proposals for a symposium to be hosted by the School of Arts and Creative Industries at Edinburgh Napier University on May 5-6, 2018.
Organisers: Dr Arin Keeble (Edinburgh Napier) and Dr Sam Thomas (Durham).
Keynote: Professor Stephen Shapiro (Warwick University)
This week's In Media Res theme focus is "Video Game Stories" (September 11 - 15).
Here's the lineup: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/
Monday, September 11 - Andrea Braithwaite (University of Ontario Institute of Technology) presents "Between the Lines: Finding Feminist Possibility Spaces in Kathy Rain: A Detective is Born."
Association for Psychosocial Studies Biennial Conference
Bournemouth University, 5th-7th April 2018
The Zahedi Family Fellowship is a twelve-week residential fellowship focusing on the new Zahedi Archive (which includes both diplomatic correspondence and collected photos) at Stanford University’s Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies (ISP).