CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE | 15 AUGUST 2018
Love’s Labour’s Cost? Asian Migration, Intimate Labour and the Politics of Gender
American Conference for Irish Studies
THE BODY PRODUCTIVE
a one-day conference about capitalism, work and the body
[Inter]sections is an annual double-blind peer reviewed journal of American Studies (ISSN 2068 - 3472) indexed in the MLA Directory of Periodicals, Ulrichsweb, DOAJ, CEEOL, and EBSCO. We publish academic articles, reviews, and interviews relevant to the field of American Studies. We encourage our authors to explore the most recent scholarship, from a solid critical background and in conversation with relevant and challenging work from the field.
Call for poetry and poetry translations from Caribbean writers.
The editors of RHINO Poetry invite you to submit your previously unpublished poetry and poetry translations. We are especially interested in submissions of poetry from Caribbean-identified writers for the 2019 issue, but will consider any translations into English.
Submissions are accepted from now until July 31st, 2018.
RHINO also awards an annual translation prize.
Present your research on queer television in the 21st century at the 2018 Finnish Gender Studies Conference, which will occur in Turku, Finland, from November 22-24, 2018. The language of these presentations will be English.
This is a call for papers that offers analysis of Black sexuality studies in Africa and the African diaspora. Essays may address any time period or geographical region. Those that focus on any form of art by Black artists, including film, literature, song, drama/theater, and visual art are particularly welcome. Studies of historical figures are also encouraged. Some topics to consider: How have Black people’s depictions of sexuality changed over time? How have Black people used forms of art to respond to the colonial or dominant “gaze”?
Black Panther projects Afrotopic advancement and this panel engages Black civilization receptions both in literary form (reading film(s) as text as well as the graphic novel genre) in order to create dialogue about various aspects of African and African diasporic representation.