New Transnational Latinx Perspectives on Ana Castillo

Edited by Karen Roybal and Bernadine Hernández

This edited collection seeks to demonstrate the theoretical capacity of Castillo’s work and the connections we can make through literature to larger cultural, political, and transnational concerns. We are asking for work that considers the...

Road Trip! On the Road to Democracy and the American Dream

Throughout the nation’s history Americans have loved to be on the move, embracing a pioneering spirit that is embedded deep within the country’s democratic ideals of opportunity and expansion, of dreams and reinvention. With the widespread availability of cars and the establishment of a vast...

Speculative Souths

Speculative Souths

Ed. Amy Clukey, Erich Nunn, & Jon Smith

Edited Collection CFP

In the early years of science fiction, space frequently figured as the American West writ large—the final frontier. In the genre’s darker, grittier reboot era, however, it often looks...

New Media and the U.S. South

We are seeking inventive work from scholars in a variety of fields for an edited collection that will examine the role of new media in relationship to the U.S. South. Technologies of virtuality and transformations in digital media and the geoweb are augmenting traditional concepts of space and...

Commemorating Contested Events

Preserving U.S. History

Conflicts over (mis)representations of historical events have long been a concern of scholars in multiple disciplines. However, the recent shift in the U.S. political climate—most notably, the shift from the Obama to the Trump administration—warrants fresh approaches to the ways in which...

19th Century Photography

The Daguerreian Society's Daguerreian Annual

The Daguerreian Society invites authors to submit original papers that address and advance the understanding and appreciation of 19th century photography. Possible topics include the art, history, social impact, and practice of the daguerreotype...

Towards Our Fugitive Striving

The context

We understand that race is made through the brutal craft of white supremacy: a political, social, economic, and interpersonal formation that both requires and produces anti-blackness to sustain itself. Equally clear to us is that racial “knowledge...

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