This is a call for papers that offers analysis of Black sexuality studies in Africa and the African diaspora. Essays may address any time period or geographical region. Those that focus on any form of art by Black artists, including film, literature, song, drama/theater, and visual art are particularly welcome. Studies of historical figures are also encouraged. Some topics to consider: How have Black people’s depictions of sexuality changed over time? How have Black people used forms of art to respond to the colonial or dominant “gaze”?
Call for papers: Representing Abortion
Edited by Rachel Alpha Johnston Hurst
Deadline for proposals: October 1, 2018
School of History, Classics, and Archaeology
Migration, exile and different kinds of transitions explored in contemporary narratives draw new maps of transnational spaces to highlight a nomadic ontology of spatiality, which are problematically gendered-queer, embodied-disembodied and dialogic-plurivocal, that is to say, hybrid, interstitial, intersectional.
GAY, LESBIAN, AND QUEER STUDIES
Note: The journal operates with a rolling deadline. Articles are considered as they are received.
The Center for Visual Culture at the International Center of Photography presents Dismantling the Gaze, a new series of programs that considers looking, power, and visual culture in the #MeToo moment.
Dismantling the Gaze: A Visual Primer
Tuesday, July 17 | 6:30 PM
ICP Museum, 250 Bowery, New York, NY 10012