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EVENT Jun 19
ABSTRACT Apr 20
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“Blood on the Leaves / And Blood at the Roots”: Reconsidering Forms of Enslavement and Subjection across Disciplines

“Blood on the Leaves / And Blood at the Roots:
Reconsidering Forms of Enslavement and Subjection across Disciplines
 
18th June 2020:
Pre-conference panel on getting published & networking event for postgraduate students and early career researchers and practitioners
Supported by the Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS)
 
19th-20th June 2020:

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EVENT Jul 06
ABSTRACT Feb 28
Abstract days left 36

Visual Intersections 5

Visual Intersections 5

6-8of July 2020

Durham, United Kingdom

The fifth in a series of summer schools brings scholars together to explore the interdisciplinary nature of visual culture and exchange current ideas and approaches in the field. We welcome both scholarly and creative submissions from researchers working in a wide range of disciplines, including art, history, anthropology, philosophy, archaeology, linguistic

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EVENT Jun 29
ABSTRACT Apr 01
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ENVIRONMENT AND CONFLICT

Environment and Conflict

International Conference organised by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park Campus, 29th June 2020

Rising sea levels, droughts, bushfires, and other extreme weather events are exacerbating existing environmental stresses, and provoking unprecedented challenges to states and communities. These growing environmental challenges multiply the risk of social deprivation, po

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EVENT Jun 30
ABSTRACT Jun 30
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CFP Issue 2: Media, Materiality and Emergency

MAST: Journal of Media Art, Study and Theory

CFP Issue 2: Media, Materiality and Emergency
deadline: 30th June 2020

Guest editor: Dr. Timothy Barker (University of Glasgow)

In what ways do questions of materiality matter in a time of crisis? What does it mean to explore the matter of things at a time when we are threatened with the annihilation of that matter, its disappearance, or its disintegration

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EVENT Feb 14
ABSTRACT Mar 14
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Impacts of Environmental Fluoride on Agriculture, Water, and Food Safety

Editor

Enos W. Wambu, University of Eldoret, Eldoret, Kenya

 

Call for Chapters

Chapter Proposals  Submission Deadline:          Feb 14, 2020
Full Chapters Due:                                            &

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EVENT Feb 26
ABSTRACT Jan 15
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The 4th Memaryat International Conference MIC 2020 Designing for the Desert

Call for papers closed.

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EVENT May 22
ABSTRACT Apr 30
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CREATIVITY AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – Modalities of social and educational integration

OBJECTIVES:

1.     Creativity is a complex concept that requires a continuous redefinition and interpretation, considering its manifestation areas: individual, educational and social. It is necessary to realize some theoretical delimitations between creativity, innovation, invention and discovery.

2.     Approaching the process of creativity from different theoretical perspectives: psychoanalysis, behaviorism, humanist theory, etc. Defin

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EVENT Oct 08
ABSTRACT Apr 20
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Manufacturing the Past

CALL FOR PAPERS

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

MANUFACTURING THE PAST

 

In 2018 the international conference “History and Its Images, organized by the Department of Art History of the European University at St. Petersburg, was dedicated to Francis Haskell’s seminal book of the same title, which greatly influenced the study of the visualization of the past. In 2020 we will host a second conference on the representation of the past in the arts a

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EVENT Mar 15
ABSTRACT Mar 15
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Call for Book Chapters: The Other #MeToos

Call for Book Chapters: The Other #MeToos

Chapter proposal submission deadline: 15 March 2020

Since the inception of #MeToo, conversations have largely centered on the movement’s development in the United States. This edited collection focuses on the reception, translation, and adaptation of #MeToo in non-Western, indigenous, and/or postcolonial contexts; it aims to explore how #MeToo, a popularly Western-centric feminist movement, trans

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EVENT Feb 05
ABSTRACT Feb 05
Abstract days left 13

Female to Female Bullying: Myth or Reality?

Topic:Female to Female Bullying: Myth or Reality?

Registration :https://www.ijonaskills.us/webinarDetails?webinarid=628&speakerid=47&domain=4source=CFPL_RD

Overview:

Are women really each other's worse enemy or is it just a myth and a stereotype. What does the research show about women's hostility to other women, sometimes called bullying, in the workplace. Bullying is a learned behavior that gets fine-tuned du

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EVENT Mar 04
ABSTRACT Jan 31
Abstract days left 8

“The Humanities: Why They Matter, Why We Should Care”

 Humanities Education and Research Association

Extended Deadline — January 31, 2020

 

 

HERA’s 2020 conference will be held in Chicago 4-7 March 2020 at The Palmer House. Our theme is:

 

“The Humanities: Why They Matter, Why We Should Care  

 

 

The Humanities encompasses a vast story comprised of many stories. From the classics through the present day, from

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EVENT Feb 25
ABSTRACT Feb 25
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Call for Book Chapter – Poverty, Inequality and Social Protection in South Asia (Routledge)

Please be informed that the book will have only one Chapter from Each South Asian country covering comprehensively on poverty, Inequality and Social protection. Hence we will not be giving a number of themes to write your chapter; rather you are requested to write your chapter as per the following guidelines.

Poverty — what poverty looks like in your country, who is the most effected population, what is your take on the international definition of poverty compared to the ground

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EVENT Feb 29
ABSTRACT Feb 29
Abstract days left 37

Call for Works: Comparative Media Arts Journal, Issue 8 | Invisibility

Issue Eight: Invisibility (escaping notice)

Call for Papers / Works  

Silence, unseen, unspeakable, inapreciable, faint, concealed, unheard, impalpable. These are terms that fall within the semantic realm of invisibility. How do we begin to speak about, create alongside, sit with, and/or reflect on what cannot -by definition- be reified?  

Invisibility offers the opportunity to retrospectively observe and chronicle what goes

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EVENT May 22
ABSTRACT Apr 27
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CREATIVITY AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – Modalities of social and educational integration

OBJECTIVES:

1.     Creativity is a complex concept that requires a continuous redefinition and interpretation, considering its manifestation areas: individual, educational and social. It is necessary to realize some theoretical delimitations between creativity, innovation, invention and discovery.

2.     Approaching the process of creativity from different theoretical perspectives: psychoanalysis, behaviorism, humanist theory, etc. Defin

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EVENT Nov 13
ABSTRACT Jun 10
Abstract days left 139

Scott’s Millenium Hall and Burney’s Camilla: Cripping Two Eighteenth-Century Novels

This special session welcomes submissions that view either Sarah Scott’s 1762 Millenium Hall or Frances Burney’s 1796 Camilla (or both novels) through a disability studies lens. Abstracts addressing the SAMLA conference theme (Scandal! Literature & Provocation: Breaking Rules, Making Texts) are especially welcome. By June 10th, please submit an abstract of 200 words, a brief bio, and any A/V requests to Dr. Chris Gabbard, University of North Florida, cgabbard

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EVENT Nov 05
ABSTRACT May 01
Abstract days left 99

Mining the Diaspora: Italian-American Materialities, Archaeologies, and Intersections

The Italian American Studies Association (IASA, formerly the American Italian Historical Association, AIHA) celebrates its fifty-third year of academic inquiry into all things Italian and Italian American. We welcome independent thinkers, scholars, and academics, past and present, to participate in its annual conference in Pittsburgh, PA.

The conference will focus on the intersections of local, glocal (characterized by both local and global considerations), and transnational settings,

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EVENT Apr 27
ABSTRACT Feb 28
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FIRST INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON DATA SCIENCE FOR MOBILITY

FIRST INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON DATA SCIENCE FOR MOBILITY
April 27 - May 1, 2020
Kastelli Resort, Kamari Village, Santorini, Greece
http://master-school.isti.cnr.it


*** Call for Participation ***

MOTIVATION
Massive amounts of Spatio-temporal data representing trajectories of moving objects are produced by an ever-increasing number of diverse, real-life applications, ranging from mobile to social media apps and surveillance systems, from vehicle

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EVENT Sep 24
ABSTRACT Apr 29
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4th International Interdisciplinary Boredom Conference

4th International Interdisciplinary Boredom Conference


CALL FOR PAPERS


September 24 to 25, 2020,
Faculty of Philosophy, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

For years, the literature on boredom has been crowded with complaints about the scarcity of research on the subject, even though there is a large amount of papers and books on this phenomenon, since philosophers, theologians, sociologists, and writers have reflected on boredom for centuries. The

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EVENT Sep 10
ABSTRACT Mar 15
Abstract days left 52

Sounds of Migration

The German Graduate Student Association of the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures (GGSA) will host its inaugural annual conference at the Pennsylvania State University from September 10 — 12, 2020.

Keynote speakers:

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EVENT Mar 31
ABSTRACT Feb 15
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CALL FOR PAPER/JOURNAL OF ISLAM TETKIKLERI

 

JOURNAL OF ISLAM TETKIKLERI

CALL FOR PAPERS

With the closure of ?stanbul Dârulfünun (University) Faculty of Theology in 1933, the Institute of Islamic Studies, established within the Faculty of Literature, was closed down in 1941, and it was reopened again in 1953 with its Director Zeki Velidi Togan and Deputy Director Fuat Sezgin. The Institute, whose name was changed to Research Center in 1982, became affiliated to

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EVENT Jul 01
ABSTRACT Mar 10
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SpliTech 2020 - Special Session on Aerotech and Aerospace Applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

Special Session on Aerotech and Aerospace Applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is focusing on wide aspects and applications of primarily UAS technology and its applications in various industrial and scientific use. As the use of unmanned autonomous systems increases over time and the price of these systems becomes more available, there are more economically feasible use cases and scenarios for their use. Subsequently, more areas of research develop with specific solutions and intere

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EVENT Dec 13
ABSTRACT Jul 10
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SenseAsia 2020: The 4th Asian Sensory and Consumer Research Symposium

Welcome to The 4th Asian Sensory and Consumer Research Symposium, which will take place from 13 - 15 December 2020 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

The 4th edition of the Symposium will focus on providing updates on key areas in sensory and consumer science by the world’s experts in these fields. In addition, the meeting will be a showcase for Asian scientific and industrial practitioners to present their research in a prestigious, international context.

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EVENT Feb 29
ABSTRACT Feb 15
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Childhood and Trauma

Sociology of childhood does not go very back in history yet in recent times keeping in purview the sharp spike in instances of childhood abuse and trauma it is becoming a significant domain for of study. Rightly so, as for centuries childhood as a social construct had hardly received any cognition. It was in the twentieth century that Phillippe Aries’s path breaking book Centuries of Childhood, brought to fore the centuries of neglect to which children had been subjected to. Though the

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EVENT May 21
ABSTRACT Mar 25
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CHANGING THE (CULTURAL) CLIMATE WITH ECOCRITICISM AND ECOLINGUISTICS

The discourse of the environment permeates attitudes towards the present, representations of the past and perceptions of the future.
How do languages, literatures and other modes of meaning-making promote ecocritical frameworks that interrogateWestern and Eastern anthropocentric assumptions, biases and expectations?
How do the environmental humanities test new hermeneutic tools to assess the interdependence between natural and anthropic ecosystems?
Our focus is onnew narrative

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EVENT Apr 16
ABSTRACT Jan 31
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DIGITAL SPACES, PHYSICAL PLACES: A Digital Humanities Symposium

DIGITAL SPACES, PHYSICAL PLACES:

A Digital Humanities Symposium 

April 16—17, 2020

SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 31, 2020


Sponsor: Andrew W. Mellon Graduate Program in the Digital Humanities, University of Rochester 


Keynote: Henry B. Lovejoy, Assistant Professor of History, Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship, University of Colorado Boulder

Digital technologies

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