CFP: WiG 2018-Panel: Feminist Pop Cultures & Pop Culture Feminisms: Performance, Circulation, Reception, Sewanee (01.03.2018)

In honor of the 2018 conference guest, Reyhan Şahin, PhD (aka Lady Bitch Ray), this panel welcomes papers that analyze and theorize intersectional feminism and feminist activism in popular culture in any medium within the German-speaking world and beyond. The panel will address new theories and analyze practices and performances within the rapidly changing contemporary political landscape. Possible questions include:

George Haggerty Lecture and Roundtable October 26 and 27 - Lewis Walpole Library Programs

As part of the Lewis Walpole Library’s “Walpolooza” year of programming celebrating Horace Walpole’s tercentenary, we are pleased to announce an upcoming lecture and roundtable with George Haggerty, UCR.


"The Many Lives of Horace Walpole" Lecture by George E. Haggerty

October 26, 5:30 PM

Yale Center for British Art Lecture Hall

1080 Chapel St., New Haven, CT 06510


NEW BOOK: Transnational Homosexuals in Communist Poland

I’m very excited to announce the publication of my new book with Palgrave Macmillan:

Transnational Homosexuals in Communist Poland: Cross-Border Flows in Gay and Lesbian Magazines

The book has been endorsed by key scholars in media studies (Larry Gross), history (Dagmar Herzog) as well as sociology (Ken Plummer, Jan Willem Duyvendak). You can find more information about the book below and here:

CFP for the SCMS: Queering the Aging Diva: Aging Female Celebrities, Media, and Queer Performance, August 24th

My apologies for cross-posting this CFP. Please see the attached CFP for the panel, "Queering the Aging Diva" at the Society of Cinema and Media Studies Conference held in Toronto, March, 2018. I still have space for participants.  I ask for abstracts 300 words or less by August 24th (possibly 25th, if you let me know ahead of time). Please feel free to email to inquire more about the panel before sending the abstract. I look forward to the possibility of hearing from you.


Shannon Wong Lerner

CFP: Feminism, Gender, and Temporal Belongings in Contemporary U.S. Culture

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In her essay,"The Times We’re in: Queer Feminist Criticism and the Reparative ‘Turn,'" Robyn Wiegman discusses recent feminist theorizations of affect and time:  "with so much in flux and with governments, like people, finding themselves awash in everyday attrition, scholarship that seeks to analyse the condition of the present – both its political comportment and its historical theorisation – has proliferated under a different


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