Posts Tagged ‘call for papers’
Wednesday, August 17
Featured Speaker: Fred Berlin, M.D., Ph.D., founder, National Institute for the Study, Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Trauma; founder, Johns Hopkins Sexual Disorders Clinic
This day-long symposium will facilitate the exchange of ideas among researchers, scholars, mental health practitioners, and minor-attracted persons who have an interest in critical issues surrounding the entry for pedophilia in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Hoy traigo una convocatoria para un número especial de una revista de crítica y teoría:
CFP – Reading Bodies, Reflecting Theory Special Issue – Submission Date 1 July 2011
Postscript: A Journal of Graduate Criticism and Theory invites submissions for a special issue to be published Fall 2011. This issue, Reading Bodies, Reflecting Theory, welcomes papers from various and diverse perspectives on corporeality and embodiment as explored in the humanities. Possible topics include but are not limited to:
– bodies as text
– queer bodies
– disabled bodies
– bodies on screen and in print
– historical approaches to bodies
– gendered bodies
– blogged bodies
– fat positive bodies
– eco bodies
– colonialism and corporeality
– embodied ethics
– corporeal consumption
– theoretical bodies or bodies in theory
– inconvenient bodies Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Call for Submissions: PostHuman Joyce: Machines, Informatics, Technology (edited collection)
“In conception and technique I tried to depict the earth which is prehuman and presumably posthuman.” (Joyce, discussing “Penelope” in a letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, 8 February 1922, Letters 1:180, Selected Letters, p. 289)
Essay proposals are invited for a collection entitled Posthuman Joyce: Machines, Informatics, Technology. The relation between Joyce and cyberculture has garnered increasing attention within Joyce studies, but Joyce’s relation to the posthuman is not often addressed. The posthuman is itself a varied concept: it encompasses the three “waves” of cybernetics—the homeostatic, the reflexive and the virtual; it includes the amalgam of the human being and mechanical and/ or electronic devices; it also includes a thoroughgoing critique of the ideal of disembodied information that would make the seamless union of the human being and intelligent machine possible. The essays in this volume will explore all facets of the posthuman in its relation to Joyce and Joyce studies. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Abstracts for new work, and previously published papers, are now being accepted for inclusion in GENRE EROTICA: SEX IN SPECULATIVE FICTION. This book is being produced by Dagan Books and will be published in both print and e-book formats. Papers must specifically deal with the subject of genre fiction in erotica or speculative fiction that has overtly sexual themes. Papers can discuss either literature or film, though preference will be given to literature first, films which are adapted from literature second, and films which were written as screenplays third (unless the writer is also a producer or director).
Submissions should include:
• Abstract (not to exceed 250 words) or full paper (if previously published).
• Proof of “right to reprint” (if previously published).
• Short biography of author(s) with daytime phone number, preferred mailing address, and e-mail address.
Submit to the Dagan Books at email@example.com, no later than July 1, 2011. Submissions must include [Genre Erotica] and the submitter’s last name in the subject line of the email.
La revista internacional de estudios sobre Baudrillard abre la convocatoria para el envío de artículos acerca de Baudrillard y la política:
A number of conflicting political epithets have been attached to the name Jean Baudrillard: Maoist, neo-conservative, neo-Marxist, post-Marxist, anarcho-primitivist, postmodernist, ultra-leftist, nouveaux philosophe, situationist, aristocrat, 68er, nihilist, Gnostic, relativist, reactionary romantic, anti-feminst, and so on. This is perhaps symptom of our transpolitical age. However, what might be the relation of Baudrillard’s thought to the political? Is there a Baudrillardian politics? Can his ideas illuminate key cultural and theoretical questions in new and politically productive ways? How might his work question the very assumptions, sanctions, and foundation of emancipatory and progressive politics? The International Journal of Baudrillard Studies invites papers for a special edition that explore, demonstrate, and question, the efficacy of Baudrillard’s ideas for addressing key questions of the political. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
“A Vampire, a Troll, and a Martian Walk Into a Bar….”
– Call for Papers –
18th June 2011
University of Liverpool
Keynote Lectures from: Professor Adam Roberts (Royal Holloway, University of London), Mr Andy Sawyer (Science Fiction Foundation Collection Librarian; Director of MA in Science Fiction Studies, University of Liverpool)
CRSF is a postgraduate conference designed to promote the research of speculative fictions including, but not limited to, science fiction, fantasy and horror.
Our aim is to showcase some of the latest developments in this dynamic and evolving field, by providing a platform for the presentation of current research by postgraduates. The conference will also encourage the discussion of this research and the construction of crucial networks with fellow researchers. The University of Liverpool is a leading centre for the study of speculative fiction, being home to the Science Fiction Foundation Collection, and is thus ideally suited to such a cause.
This year we would like to focus on encouraging postgraduates to network with others in their field, and related areas, whilst also demonstrating the depth and breadth of research currently being conducted into speculative fiction. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
Una convocatoria de una revista portuguesa sobre filosofía y cine:
Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and Moving Image [http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/revistas/cjpmi]
Submission deadline: March 1, 2011 (abstracts) and June 1, 2011 (completed papers). Leer el resto de esta entrada »