Call for submissions for an edited volume on Latin American Women Artists
The Department of History at The University of Alabama is pleased to announce its Tenth Annual Graduate Student Conference on Power and Struggle, to be held at the UA campus on October 5-6, 2018.
The notion of ‘endangered bodies’, or bodies in danger, arises from our concern with current western political and socio-economic tendencies and practices against the discriminated or disenfranchised Other, whose body is physically, materially and symbolically subjected to internal pressures towards normalization and homogenization. The vulnerability or differential power of the Other’s body becomes, in this sense, subject to social control and / or commodification.
72nd Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians
April 24-28, 2019 / Providence, Rhode Island
CFP: State of Emergency: Architecture, Urbanism, and World War One
Session Chairs: Erin Sassin, Middlebury College, and Sophie Hochhäusl, Harvard University
Exploring the Radical Potential of Queerness Now
Call for Papers
Women Warriors and Popular Culture: Representations across Time and Space
Panel Proposed for the Fantastic (Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction) Area
2018 Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference
Thursday-Sunday, October 4-7, 2018
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
1 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Recent critical representations of the workplace seem to leave little doubt about its gendered norms and conventions. Glass ceilings, the gender pay gap, leaky pipelines, old boys’ networks, calls for women to lean in (not to mention recurring reports of gendered harassment) all point to an assumption of male homosociability as an enduring norm in 21st century ‘work’.
Feral Feminisms, an independent, inter-media, peer-reviewed, and open-access online journal, invites submissions from artists, activists, and scholars for a special issue titled, “State Killing: Queer and Women of Color Manifestas against U.S. Violence and Oppression,” guest edited by Annie Hill, Niq D. Johnson, and Ersula Ore. The issue will center the voices and anti-violence work of queer and women of color activist-intellectuals by providing a forum for provocative manifestas and manifestations of feminism.