Call for Papers
The Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at the University of Rochester will hold a two-day writing collective on October 21-22, 2022. The writing collective will provide a lively platform for graduate students, early career researchers, and independent scholars to workshop a paper with peers and faculty from multiple institutions.
The Department of Asian Studies at Palacký University Olomouc is currently accepting proposals for its 16th Annual Conference on Asian Studies to be held on November 25–26, 2022 in Olomouc, Czech Republic and online via the conference (web)app Whova.
TEMPER: A Women and Gender Studies Graduate Journal
The German History Society has initiated two awards for critical interventions in debates on gender, minorities, migration, ethnicity and equality, including research on critical race studies, LGBTQ+ and queer studies and disability studies related to any aspect of the history of Germany and the German-speaking world in its broadest global context. The awards aim to provoke and promote research on more inclusive histories of the German past.
The Society for American Music invites proposals for (a) individual papers, (b) organized panels of 2–4 papers, (c) lecture-recitals, (d) alternative-format sessions, (e) scholarly posters, and (f) interest groups for its 49th Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota to be held March 8-12, 2023. All proposals must be submitted via the SAM website by 11:59 pm PDT on 1 June 2022.
Dear colleagues and friends,
This panel invites submissions that discuss intersectionality in literature, media, or culture pertaining to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer representations. You may, should you wish, engage in the conference theme of "Geographies of the Fantastic and the Quotidian,” but any topic on gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer literature or culture is welcome.
Proposal deadline extended to July 10, 2022.
How do politics and emotion intersect? How might our understandings of sovereignty change if we account for feelings and emotions? How is gender mobilized in assertions of sovereignty?
Making the Pakistani state and Pakistan-based Taliban her objects of study, Shenila Khoja-Moolji (Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, Bowdoin College) contemplates these questions by paying particular attention to state and non-state cultural productions that shape national publics.
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