Open Call for Papers, Issue 3.2 (Winter 2018)
The digital humanities offer scholars the opportunity to engage in the concept of play in their work, through user-friendly, yet intellectually rigorous, presentations of archives and academic research. We are seeking participants for a proposed session at the upcoming National Communication Association convention, being held in Salt Lake City November 8-11, 2018. Papers should interrogate the role of digital humanities in the 21st century. The conference theme is “Communication at Play.”
Potential topics could include but are not limited to:
The international conference Genres and media landscapes in virtual-physical learning spaces. Moving frontlines?, GeM 2018, aims to create a multi-disciplinary platform for dialoguing on the every-day uses of modality rich, parallel, linked, and hybrid, communicative genres that are embedded in media landscapes and circulate in learning spaces inside and outside institutional settings.
Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) 7th International Conference
Bridging Gaps: Where is Ethical Glamour in Celebrity Culture?
July 1 – 3, 2018
The Popularity of Words and Music
22-24 November 2018
Haus der Universität at Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf, Germany
Gothic Hybridities: Interdisciplinary, Multimodal and Transhistorical Approaches
14th Conference of the International Gothic Association
July 31st–August 3rd 2018, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
May 26-27, 2018, American University in Bulgaria, abstract deadline: February 23, 2018, acceptance responses will be send out by March 9, 2018
Papers are solicited for the Race and Ethnicity panel of the Northeast Popular Culture Association conference at Worcester State University on October 19/20, 2018. With this year's success of the BLACK PANTHER film and the BLACK LIGHTNING television series, the role of black heroes engaging radical liberatory politics has taken on a very public presence. Engaging resonances with The Black Panthers and their political presence, both of these popular culture superheroes (among others) represent many of the same culture-based politics and performances as real-world resistance movements such
Call for Chapters in and Edited Volume
Hoodwinking Higher Education: Deviant Behavior and Academia
I am seeking contributors to an edited volume on academic deviance titled,
Hoodwinking Higher Education: Deviant Behavior and Academia.
Assignments are still available for chapter-length contributions to Violence in American Society: An Encyclopedia of Trends, Problems, and Perspectives. Contributions will focus on the historical, cultural, and mediated aspects of various violent events and crimes, including specific entries on gun violence, sexual assault, terrorism and other key themes in American history.