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CFP – Reading Bodies

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Un trozo de Pepe

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
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28 abril, 2011 at 22:57

CFP – Textus: Gothic Frontiers

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Textus: English Studies in Italy No. 3 – 2012: Gothic Frontiers
Editors: Francesca Saggini (Università della Tuscia) and Glennis Byron (University of Stirling)

This issue of Textus aims to showcase and provide further space for debate and discussion to researchers engaged in exploring, testing and redrawing the expansive frontiers of gothic and its multiple, evolving discourses.

While gothic has always resisted easy generic definition, this has become particularly notable over the past few decades as gothic has increasingly begun to merge or connect with such other genres as science fiction, urban fantasy, cyberfiction, crime fiction, westerns and romance as well as multiple non-text-based cultural manifestations. Cultural production and dissemination attest the proliferation of new gothic forms and cultural trends, which contest or redefine our understanding of what was long considered a predominantly literary genre. What new frontiers is the gothic entering in the 21st century?

Fred Botting, for one, has recently suggested a revision of the differences of/in gothic and its voices and bodies, discussing those “figures who, in their very difference, throw off older associates and anxieties, and emerge as harbingers of new forms and relationships” (Botting 2008). Similarly, Clive Bloom has drawn attention to changing concepts of body, “the new architectural space of fear” that signifies “the sense of excess and disturbance that was once attached to buildings” (2010). Furthermore, John Paul Riquelme (2008) has argued for the unearthing of a silenced gothic tradition. Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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2 abril, 2011 at 23:16

CFP – Jean Baudrillard and politics

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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. Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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8 febrero, 2011 at 23:05

CFP – Filosofía y cine

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Una convocatoria de una revista portuguesa sobre filosofía y cine:

Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and Moving Image []

Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and Moving Image is now accepting submissions for the 2nd issue. Editors welcome articles that fall under the broad rubric of the relations between cinema and philosophy.

Submission deadline: March 1, 2011 (abstracts) and June 1, 2011 (completed papers). Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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21 diciembre, 2010 at 14:18

CFP – Philosophy’s Future: Science or Something Else?

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Hace unos días un profesor nos recomendó en clase el blog del filósofo Brian Leiter: y curioseándolo he encontrado entre sus enlaces este call for papers:

Philosophy’s Future: Science or Something Else?
Volume 12, Number 2
Issue date: July 2011
Submission deadline: December 31, 2010 Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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20 noviembre, 2010 at 14:35

Concurso de relatos de ciencia ficción

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Un concurso de relatos de ciencia ficción cuyo premio es la publicación del relato en la revista Red CF.


Con el objeto de fomentar la literatura de ciencia ficción, el terror y la fantasía, la Red de ciencia Ficción anuncia la II Convocatoria de la revista monográfica Red CF. Con el titulo de Alienígenas Hostiles. Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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4 noviembre, 2010 at 17:12


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Hoy un call for papers de la nueva revista sobre cine en español y portugués Cinevisto:

We are currently soliciting manuscripts for the inaugural issue of Cinevisto: Journal of Hispanic and Lusophone Cinemas, a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on film production in the Spanish and Portuguese languages, as well as films relevant to or produced by members of Hispanic and Lusophone communities in their respective diasporas, such as U.S. Latinos. Cinevisto seeks to place a particular emphasis on films that are widely circulated and consumed in their context of production, looking to move beyond the more exclusivist “art house” cinema that often gets recognized in academic forums. We seek to move out of explored territories and open the discussion to films that have enjoyed success in the Hispanic and Lusophone world, regardless of their international export. Cinevisto further aspires to broaden the historical range of the discussion and encourages submissions dealing with films made from the inception of the medium as a form of entertainment and representation up through the present day, including video and digital transformations of what cinema is and can be, who makes it and who watches it.     Lee el resto de esta entrada »

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4 noviembre, 2010 at 2:22