Since the 2000s, China’s media industrialization and cultural globalization have encouraged a burgeoning “queer pop”——that is, a soaring proliferation of non-normatively gendered and/or sexualized narratives and performances, cultural productions and inventions, artistic expressions and gestures, and social relations and kinship systems in China’s media, cultural, and creative industries and spaces.
This special issue of the Dutch Journal for Gender Studies addresses the links between race, LGBTQ politics, gender, (post)colonialism and neo-colonialism, focusing on the relations between the mainland the Netherlan
The HBI (Hadassah Brandeis Institute) is accepting proposals for the 2018 Research Awards Program supporting interdisciplinary research and artistic projects on Jewish gender issues. Scholars, activists, writers and artists who are pursuing research on questions of significance to the field of Jewish women's studies may apply.
Application guidelines: http://www.brandeis.edu/hbi/grants/research.html
Proposal deadline: October 4, 2018