The Renaissance Society of America will award up to thirty-three individual fellowships, both residential and non-residential, to scholars working in the field of Renaissance studies (1300–1700) for the 2019 cycle. The purpose of the fellowships is to support members who need to travel to archives, libraries, and historic sites to conduct short-term research (usually 1–2 months), or for publication subventions. The stipend varies between $3,000 and $4,000 depending on the fellowship.
The Europaeum, co-hosted with the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 26th
Call for Papers
Vulnerability with/in the body through spatial encounters: contemporary art practice, feminist activism and social justice
One letter at a time: index typewriters and the alphabetic interface
Duration: 17 September–30 October 2018
Venue: Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading
Exhibition curated by Dr Vaibhav Singh, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
CFP: Aesthetics of Gentrification: Art, Architecture, and Displacement
International Conference, University of Oregon in Portland, April 5-6, 2019
Organized by Slow Lab at the University of Oregon, this interdisciplinary conference brings togeher scholars from across the humanities, social sciences, and art and design fields to explore the aesthetic dimensions of gentrification in the present era of accelerated urbanism.
WITCHCRAFT HYSTERIA. Performing witchcraft in contemporary art and pop culture.
The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) is a non-profit educational organization located in Paris, France. Founded in early 2018 by a group of international scholars, artists, and professionals, PICT offers university-quality humanities courses in the English language to audiences beyond the university.
PICT aims to address 3 basic challenges:
Critical Fashion & Luxury at NeMLA 2019
Jen Sweeney (Bard College), Nigel Lezama (Brock University) & Jess Clark (Brock University) are co-organizing a small series of critical fashion and luxury studies interventions and events at NeMLA in Washington, DC, from March 21 to 24, 2019. We are seeking 200-word proposals from speakers for the following panel and round table:
Power Dressing: Counter-Hegemonic Practices in Fashion And Luxury
Framing the Global, an initiative of the Indiana University Center for the Study of Global Change and Indiana University Press, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will host its second international conference in September 2018. Through the research of our fifteen fellows and our ongoing book series, Framing the Global continues to carve out a vital intellectual space for critical and grounded global studies.
The Framing the Global conference will explore new analytical frameworks for global studies as well as innovative pedagogy for the field.