INDIGENOUS STUDIES AREA CFP
Paradoxa Volume 32 Comics and/or Graphic Novels
Call for Papers (anticipated publication date: December, 2020)
Editor: Vittorio Frigerio (Dalhousie University)/
This issue of Paradoxa will explore comics and/or graphic novels.
Each month, the MediaCommons Field Guide hosts a different conversation in Media Studies, Digital Humanities, and Culture Studies asking contributors to connect their interests or research to a core conceptual question.
Buffalo Bill Center of the West (Center) in Cody, Wyoming, invites proposals for its 2019–2020 Resident Fellowship Program. Fellowships are intended to fund research advancing knowledge, understanding, and passion about the extraordinary cultural and natural heritage of the American West and its timeless and global relevance. Fellows will be granted a stipend based on their submitted budget and the availability of funding, not to exceed $5,000. Fellowships require at least one-week residency or more, dependent upon the parameters of the Fellow’s research needs.
The SAMLA 91 conference, Languages: Power, Identity, Relationships, will be held at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlant, GA, from November 8-10, 2019.
Muslims in America
Tallinn University, Estonia
20-21 June 2019
James Bond (007) is a global brand: since his ‘birth’ in 1953 he’s evolved into a popular cultural icon. Irrespective of the occasional reports of his demise since the end of the Cold War the Bond franchise surges on with new films and continuation novels. While Bond appears to be a quintessentially British creation, his Cold War adventures unfolded across a global stage and the associated books, comics, films and subsequent videogames have established a genuinely transnational legacy.
Please find below two calls for papers for panels sponsored by the LLC Korean Forum and proposed for the Modern Language Association convention, to be held in Seattle, WA from January 9-12, 2020.
Alternative Imaginaries of the Human in Korean Science Fiction
Theatre and the Macabre
Call for Chapters for Edited Book: Generation X’s Middle Age Beliefs in Pop Culture
Contributions are being sought for a new edited book that explores the way that popular culture portrays Generation X adults as they approach middle age.