This book project will be a sampling of conversations of theory and practice as it pertains to LGBTQIA librarianship and community engagement in a post-Stonewall era. It will situate readers in conversations that build on a queer past and identify a current state of queer librarianship and community engagement.
Type: Call for Publications (Book Chapters)
Title: White Lies Matter: Truth, Race, and Power in America
American Artist, interdisciplinary artist whose work considers black labor and visibility within networked life and has been exhibited the Museum of African Diaspora, San Francisco; the Studio Museum in Harlem; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Koenig & Clinton, New York
Jian Neo Chen, Associate Professor of English at Ohio State University and author of Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement
This year's panel on Modern Drama seeks papers that deal with this year's theme of SCANDAL! Literature and Provocation: Breaking Rules: Making Texts. We are especially interested in papers that explore these themes as they relate to gender, race, sexuality, or family. We are interested in presentations that explore the theme of scandal, from the quotidian to the grotesque, with particular emphasis on gender, race, sexuality, and family. We strongly encourage panelists to consider drama by women, people of color, and people with disabilities.
This book series brings together analyses of familial and kin relationships with emerging and new technologies which allow for the creation, maintenance and expansion of family. We use the term “family” as a working truth with a wide range of meanings in an attempt to address the feelings of family belonging across all aspects of social location: ability, age, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexuality, gender identity, body size, social class and beyond.
From the outset Collective Memory-Work was intended to be an emancipatory method with a consciously open form. Over three decades the method has been successfully used in academic research in a variety of fields. It has been adapted and adjusted according to purposes of the applications, institutional frameworks, organisational necessities and methodological considerations, leading to further developments of the method.
Toronto, May 20, 2020
The International Network for Training, Education, and Research on Culture (Network on Culture) is pleased to announce the launch of Matrix: A Journal for Matricultural Studies (