Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men, a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary research journal published by Indiana University Press, seeks submissions of original, previously unpub
The Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture are organising the event Upgrading the Quality of Life in Urban Environments across the Muslim World by Dr Mohammad al-Asad on Thursday 22 November 2018.
REBEL STREETS: URBAN SPACE, ART, AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Following the successful international launch of Nuart Journal, we are now calling for submissions for Issue II.
We welcome submissions from a broad range of authors including cultural heritage workers, historians, critics, cultural and human geographers, political theorists, anthropologists, ethnographers, sociologists, psychologists, criminologists, curators, artists, writers, taggers, anarchists, and out and out vandals.
For centuries, Man has been at the crux of fundamental concepts of architecture. While the term Man, and the Humanist tradition that followed from it, have been challenged in feminist, queer (see Footprint 21: Trans-Bodies/Queering Spaces), poststructuralist, and postcolonial critique, which questioned its nature, or even pondered if we are actually human, the debates have hardly escaped anthropocentrism.
"Realities, Alternatives and Possibilities"
11 May, 2019 – London, UK
RC21 Conference @Delhi
September 18th – 21st , 2019
In and Beyond the City:
Emerging Ontologies, Persistent Challenges and Hopeful Futures
Call for Panels (Deadline October 31, 2018)
Across the globe, cities surpass their own contours.
Panel Proposal for RC21@Delhi 2019
I hope to propose a panel in the upcoming RC21 conference in Delhi, India (2019 September 18th - 21.t) I am looking for individual researchers who might like to join in the panel as described below. For all queries please write to email@example.com
Community, Culture, Crisis: the Inner City in Post-War Britain
Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester – Friday 26th April 2019