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Comparing e/migrations: Tradition – (Post)memory – Translingualism

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Organization: Department of Humanities, NCU
Categories: Postcolonial, Hispanic & Latino, Comparative, Gender & Sexuality, Literary Theory, African-American, 20th & 21st Century, 20th & 21st Century, Cultural Studies, History, African & African Diasporas, Asian & Asian Diasporas, Australian Literature, Canadian Literature, Caribbean & Caribbean Diasporas, Indian Subcontinent, Eastern European, Mediterranean, Middle East, Native American, Pacific Literature
Event Date: 2020-01-31 Abstract Due: 2019-12-15

The editorial board of Archiwum Emigracji (Archives of Emigration) and thematic editors of the newest issue – Marcin Wo?k, Agata Domachowska, and Joanna Antoniak – would like to invite contributors to submit article for the thematic issue entitled Comparing e/migrations: Tradition – (Post)memory – Translingualism / Porównuj?c e/migracja: tradycja – (post)pami?? – translingwalizm. Scholars from different disciplines – literary and cultural studies, sociology, political science, history, and others – interested in the notion of migration and its representations in culture are encouraged to focus in their articles on the following topics:

  • The history and tradition of e/migrations;
  • Post/memory of e/migrations, of the first, second and third generations of migrants;
  • The representation of diasporas and diasporic identities today; gender and sexuality in the context of migration and diasporic experience;
  • The problem of translingualism as a challenge to national (literary) canon formation;
  • Cosmopolitanism, global citizenship, statelessness and expatriatism;
  • Migrations hubs and non-places as cultural intersections on travel routes;
  • Capitalist expansion, labour migrations (both forced and voluntary) and the post/colonial condition;
  • Migration genres and artistic manifestations;
  • Travelling theories and theorists;
  • Nature and landscape, climate migration, environmental refugees;
  • Migrations and violence (changing borders, wars, population transfers or resettlements, deportation, and ethnic cleansing)

Article proposal with short abstracts should be sent to agata.domachowska11@gmail.com by 15 December 2019. Original articles in Polish or English – no longer than 40 000 characters or 8 000 words – should be submitted by 31 January 2020. The publication is planned for the second part of 2020. Submission guidelines can be found:

  • for papers in English: https://www.bu.umk.pl/Archiwum_Emigracji/gazeta/authors-articles.html
  • for papers in Polish: https://www.bu.umk.pl/Archiwum_Emigracji/gazeta/autorzy-artykuly.html

Apart from original papers, Archives of Emigrations also publishes reviews, essays, biographical and memorial sketches, and critically edited archival materials and documents. Furthermore, each issue contains not only thematic articles but also papers focusing on other aspects of migration. More information can be found on the journal’s website:

  • in English: https://www.bu.umk.pl/Archiwum_Emigracji/gazeta/en-index.html
  • in Polish: https://www.bu.umk.pl/Archiwum_Emigracji/gazeta/index.html

https://www.bu.umk.pl/Archiwum_Emigracji/gazeta/en-index.html

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