We are seeking essays and papers for an edited collection which engages the concept of ‘dark academia.’
At the center of the dark academic sensibility lies a paradox: though dark academia enjoys the cosmetic trappings of the pursuit of higher knowledge, it is at its core a celebration of the university as a place of occultation and performativity. The dark academic’s taste for mystery, history, and a distinctly Anglophone, Romantico-Modernist canon — coup
For an upcoming special section, the editors of PRS are seeking research that uses performance as an analytical method to understand the structure, function, use, meaning, or affects of classical religious, philosophical or religious texts. The problem of how to ‘activate’ classical texts for contemporary readers is
Human-induced climate change causes extensive and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere, and biosphere (IPCC, 2021) already today. Even in the optimistic scenario of a rise in global temperatures by +1.5°C (SSP1-1.9), hot temperature extremes, heavy precipitation, and agricultural and ecological drought events are likely to increase in frequency and intensity in the coming years (IPCC, 2021). Some
The dense interplay between the multiple strands of eco-criticality in the current times that effectively exposes the ambivalences of state machinery’s eco-political intervention culminates in yielding ecosophical assemblages that works with a new ‘conceptual grammatology’, a grammatology that could be turned into an effective praxis to bring about multiple forms of eco-healing and create effective ways of existing in a ‘qualitative diversity’ beyond anthropocent
For the past ten years, the research work carried out by the international network formalized into the GIS Sociabilités/Sociability in 2017 has opened new paths in sociability studies by adopting an interdisciplinary and comparative approach. Building on the traditional historiography of social historians such as Maurice Agulhon, Norbert Elias, Daniel Roche or Peter Clark, our research has first focused on the emergence, evolution and resistance of Br
nternational Academic Conference promote international dissemination of knowledge and development of cross-national academic fraternity. The participants come from different backgrounds and countries. They share their researches, experiences and informally create long-lasting bonds. The organizing committee invites Postgraduate candidates Master and PhD to submit Abstract/Full papers to ICEMI 2022. ICEMI 2022 is a premier forum for presenting of new research findings. This conference bri
Call for articles for the peer-reviewed academic blog of the PopMeC Association for US Popular Culture Studies (popmec.hypotheses.org ISSN 2660-8839). We accept, process, and publish articles on a rolling basis.
Our research work delves into how the US—their history, society, and diverse cultures—have been represented in popular media and cultural creations. The blog aims at providing a collaborative, engaging, and fair environment for any intere
Special thematic dossier | STEM in US Popular Culture: Assessing Gender Discourse, Stereotypes and Mainstreaming
Editors: Laura Álvarez Trigo (Universidad de Alcalá) and Erika Tiburcio Moreno (Universidad Complutense)
The Age of Enlightenment saw the emergence and development of science fiction as a way of imagining different futures and of making sense of the world and humanity through scientific and technological advances. This macro genre not
In his book Animals on Television (2017), Brett Mills states that "representations of animals often function to highlight cultural understandings about what it is to be human." Nonhuman animals have been unwilling objects of the human gaze: humans have been exploiting animals (real and imagined) on the basis, and the attendant continued perpetuation, of self-assigned human superiority and centrality. This anthropocentrism is also why humans primarily define animals, their agency, the
Intersectional Perspectives: Identity, Culture, and Society (IPICS) is an online international interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal which explores the representation and construction of identity, sexuality, race, and gender in social and cultural texts, discourses, practices, and subjectivities. We publish articles that address the themes of identity, sexuality, gender, race, and how they, and other markers of identity, interact and intersect, c
Scientific Committee: Professor Wojciech Owczarski — University of Gdansk, Poland Professor Polina Golovátina-Mora — NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Coined by Marianne Hirsch in the 1990s, the term postmemory by now entered various disciplines who search to understand how memory form our identity and how we position, articulate or just make sense of our p
Faculty-owned and faculty-run open-access interdisciplinary journal, NETSOL is accepting submissions for Spring 2022 issue.
NETSOL, http://www.netsoljournal.net/ is a peer-reviewed, biannual, e-journal, publishing previously unpublished original research articles and book reviews. All articles submitted for publication go through a double-bl
Cadernos de Fraseoloxía Galega (CFG), an international journal on phraseological and paremiological research edited by Centro Ramón Piñeiro para a Investigación en Humanidades (Xunta de Galicia), is seeking submissions of contributions for its twenty-third issue. Even though the deadline is permanently open, only manuscripts received by March 1, 2022 will be considered for issue 23.
CFG's aims are (1) to contribute to the phraseological de
glocalism journal of culture, politics and innovation
call for papers
“Glocalism, a peer-reviewed, open-access and cross-disciplinary journal, is currently accepting manuscripts for publication. We welcome studies in any field, with or without comparative approach, that address both practical effects and theoretical import.
All papers should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org &nbs
In Solidarity for Gender and Feminist Studies Scholars During Difficult Pandemic Times (Open call for a non-thematic issue)
The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically transformed all our lives and the way we do things. Plans, projects, and writings have been cancelled or postponed. As other professionals, scholars have also been facing challenges related with the new regime of working from home, doing research in a “socially and physically distanced world, facing the fea
UNIVERSITY OF ELDORET CHEMICAL SCIENCES CONFERENCE 2022 (VIRTUAL)
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Eldoret — Kenya announces a virtual Chemical Sciences Conference with the main conference theme: “Trends and Innovations in Chemical Science for Sustainable Development.
Call for Papers: Ways of Being in the World: An Introduction to the Indigenous Philosophy of Turtle Island.
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Timeline: Book chapters due May 15, 2022. This book is under contract with Broadview Press. Original publication was planned for 2022, but has now been pushed to 2023. Complications due to the global Covid 19 pandemic have made new space available in this comp
‘Unfeeling’ in relation to literature may evoke thoughts about depictions of cold-hearted characters, or repressive worlds in dystopian literature. It may also evoke the supposedly “emotionless character of disinterested responses to art and literature, and of data-driven distant reading techniques. Affect and reader-response theories tell us that our feelings matter when we read, but which feelings have historically been prioritised and at whose expense?
UCL's Moveable Type Journal is seeking reviews of poetry, novels, plays, film adaptations, and critical monographs relating to the theme of unfeeling. Ideally, texts for review should have been published in the last two-three years.
Suggestions for review:
Cathy Park Hong’s Minor Feelings (2020)
Patricia Lockwood’s Nobody is Talking About This (2021)