Free speech, knowledge transmission and Rakugo, Sophia University, Nov. 9th, 7pm on Zoom

Institute of Comparative Culture at Sophia University presents a special lecture: 

Another Japan is possible, too: Free speech, knowledge transmission and the acceptance of human flaws in the world of Rakugo Storytellers

Marco Di Francesco, D.Phil.

Arts-Based Historical Research: Crip/Mad Archive Dance on Wednesday, October 20th, 7pm, Lincoln Center, NYC

Dear comrades,

On October 20th (Wednesday)  I will lead a new Crip/Mad Archive Dance at 7pm, in the Astor Gallery at the The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, as part of my NYPL Dance Research Fellowship. 

New Issue of Situations, "Mapping Translation and Performance," Now Online!

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to inform you that the latest issue of Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context (vol.14 no.2 2021) is out! The journal currently presents its content as open-access scholarship. This issue, “Mapping Translation and Performance,” is also available to read online at

Call for Blog Submissions, Published in Tandem with Guest-Edited Themed Issue "Un/Desirable Journeys ←→ Queer Elsewheres: South Asian Imaginaries Across Intersectional Terrain" (Feminist Review Issue 133, March 2023)

The Feminist Review Blog invites submissions in a range of multimedia formats to be published in tandem with the guest-edited themed journal issue in Feminist Review (Issue 133, March 2023) on the theme of ‘Un/Desirable Journeys ←→ Queer Elsewheres: South Asian Imaginaries Across Intersectional Terrain.’ The submission deadline for works to be published in the Feminist Review Blog is 1 December 2021. 

Princeton University, Princeton-Mellon Initiative Fellowships and Visiting Scholars in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities

This is an opportunity for Independent Scholars with interdisciplinary interest in architecture, urbanism, and the humanities to apply for a 12-month Mellon Fellowship or Visiting Scholar appointment at Princeton University.



Princeton-Mellon Fellows in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities


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