I am seeking a couple of additional essays for an edited collection on Gender and Twenty-First Century Television.
If you are in the Philadelphia area, please plan to come to the Science History Institute at 6:00 p.m. on December 5 for our (free) Fall Rohm and Haas Fellow in Focus lecture featuring Ingrid Ockert speaking on “An Electric Education: How to Teach Science on Television,”
Very Special Episodes: Event Television and Social Change Anthology
Edited by Jonathan Cohn and Phil Scepanski
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The edited collection, Familial Influences on Superheroes, will examine the role that the family plays on the development of the superhero as portrayed in radio, comics, graphic novels, television series, and feature films. Many
"Screening Non-Binary Bodies": A call for a Screen Bodies special issue on gender non-conforming bodies in visual media.
Guest editor: Wibke Straube, Centre for Gender Studies, Karlstad University, Sweden.
The special issue “Screening Non-Binary Bodies” is eager to explore screen representations and effects of gender non-conforming bodies in films, documentaries, video installations, performance art, Vlogs, TV, and other audio/visual media.
“It turns out that an eerie type of chaos can lurk just behind a facade of order -
and yet, deep inside the chaos lurks an even eerier type of order.”
- Douglas R. Hofstadter
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Spiral Film and Philosophy Conference 2019:
Film / Form / Life
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University of Minnesota
Call for Papers for the Panel: