CfP: The disruption and regeneration of death during the Covid-19 pandemic

Call for Papers: Special Issue for Anthropology Quarterly
 

Anthropology has long framed death as a crisis, both within an individual’s life trajectory and for the existential continuity of the community. In the tradition of scholarship following Hertz (1960), mortuary and funerary rituals are framed as a site of collective action mounted in response to crisis.

Cfp: Sinophone Media Coverage of the Covid-19 Pandemic (EACS 2021 Panel)

Looking to form a panel for EACS 2021 https://conference.uni-leipzig.de/eacs2020/. The topic is Sinophone media coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic. Social media studies are also accepted. If interested, please send a paper abstract to liuyx@sas.upenn.edu by Feb 25, 2021.

My paper for the panel:

"Modern Hua Mulans in Global Chinese-Speaking Media: Female Frontline Workers as Tools of Propaganda During the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Question of the Month: February

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Online Interdisciplinary Laboratory-Conference, 24th-25th June 2021 International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) (Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

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June 24, 2021 to June 25, 2021

Conference: An Inauspicious Year: Confronting Crisis in Chinese Literature, History, and Culture, Feb 12–13, 2021

Arizona State University Graduate Student Virtual Conference with presenters and faculty respondents from US, East Asia, and Europe

Keynote speakers:

Michael Berry (UCLA): "Translation and the Virus: COVID-19, Cyber Politics, and Fang Fang's Wuhan Diary"

Katerine Alexander (U. of Colorado Boulder): "'What Times are These?': Confronting Crisis with Literature during the Taiping War"

For a complete conference program and conference registration, please go to this link:

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