A Critical Moment: Sex/Gender Research at the Intersection of Culture, Brain, & Behavior
October 23-24, 2015 - Late Registration ends on September 30
UCLA, Los Angeles, California
Seeking contributors for Volume 2: The Americas, one of a four volume set titled Women’s Lives Around the World, that will provide a country by country overview of the social, political, economic, and religious situations of women throughout the world. Aimed at undergraduate and high school levels, entries will explore the women’s diverse, intersectional lives, including differences of race/ethnicity, sexual identity, social class, religion, and ability. Available entries listed below.
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Bucharest University's Center for Image Studies welcomes paper proposals for the upcoming special issue of its publication Images. Imagini. Images. Journal of Visual and Cultural Studies.
The special issue of the “Journal” (no. 6), to be published in March 2016, will be dedicated to:
Northern Lights. Feminine typologies from Ibsen's works to contemporary contexts
Call for Proposals
Minding the Field: Exploring and Expanding Women’s and Gender Studies in North Texas
Hosted by The Women's and Gender Studies Program at The University of Texas, Arlington
Symposium: Thursday, October 29, 2015
Mark your calendars and register to attend the second President James Buchanan National Symposium at LancasterHistory.org on September 18-19, 2015.
Call for Papers for edited collection on Women in Prison
Co-editors: Erica Rhodes Hayden, Ph.D. and Theresa Jach, Ph.D.
Seeking submissions for a collection of essays on the topic of women in prison to be proposed to Lexington Books.
Deadline for abstracts: October 15, 2015
Monday 13 July
Love and/in campuses
Call for contributions; Issue 1, Volume 8, Literophile
“Love makes the world go round even if it doesn't last.”
August Strindberg, Miss Julie
“...the lover hungers to have her object right where she can love it.”
Lauren Berlant, Desire/Love
This panel seeks papers that consider the many ways in which contemporary Francophone authors and filmmakers represent the performance of gender and/or sexuality within their work. How do these texts reveal, challenge, and resist dominant domestic and hexagonal conceptualizations of either element or both? For the purposes of this panel, and given the numerous possible conceptualizations of performance, we seek to examine the various and varied ways performance is employed as an analytic.