Reflections on Writing
Internationales Warburg-Kolleg 2018: Politische Emotionen in den Künsten
Philipp Ekardt, Frank Fehrenbach, Cornelia Zumbusch
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Call of Essay Proposals on the Writings of Jesmyn Ward
Special Issue of the Xavier Review
In August 2017, Ron Charles, editor of Book World wrote in The Washington Post:
The field of comics studies is relatively young, but is quickly growing. To that end, this panel discusses the translation and adaptation of comics and other graphic narratives with an emphasis on transnational and digital contexts. What is the ultimate goal of bringing a comic into a new cultural context or new medium? What is the value of fidelity in translations and adaptations, and what efforts are undertaken to retain the meaning of the source text?
Possible topics include, but are not limited to...
This conference seeks to explore and explicate the critical potential that theories of affect, intersectionality, and the body hold in store for the study of masculinities.
Scholars and Ph.D. students in literary, theatre, and performance studies are invited to offer abstracts of prospective papers for a special block of essays Negotiating Aging and Ageism in English-speaking Literatures, Theatre and Performance Arts to be published in the Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (HJEAS), an MLA indexed, JSTOR archived, and ProQuest-available journal of the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. Publication is planned for 2019-2020.
A CALLALOO CALL FOR PAPERS
Staging Law and Justice in the African Diaspora
Callaloo invites papers for a special issue on “Misperformance: Staging Law and Justice in the African Diaspora” guest edited by Jason Allen-Paisant (University of Leeds, United Kingdom).
This panel for the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) Conference welcomes submissions that explore how popular adventure fiction/boy’s books of the long nineteenth century were used as agents of social change. While often viewed as works for adolescents, such novels played subversive roles in dismantling traditional ideas and establishing new cultural norms. We are especially interested in papers that explore novels set in locations outside the colonial center that worked to challenge British assumptions about education/the educational system.
Aigne, the journal of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (University College Cork), is seeking reviewers for a number of titles, listed below. These are voluntary, unpaid positions. Interested reviewers should send an academic CV and short cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the publication itself, you can visit our website at. http://aigne.ucc.ie/.