Call for Abstracts – Exploring Teen Wolf – April 1, 2016

Looking for papers for an essay collection on the MTV television show Teen Wolf, with an emphasis on the most recent seasons. This volume aims to discuss Teen Wolf in the context of popular and literary culture, historical analysis, and academic theory, though other approaches are also welcome. Suggested topics include, but are not limited... Continue Reading →

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CFP: Death and Culture Conference

Thursday 1 September 2016, 12.30pm to Wednesday 3 Speaker: Jacque Lynn Foltyn, Sarah Tarlow, Michele Aaron Location: TFTV, University of York Campus Email: deathandculture2016@york.ac.uk Call for Papers Keynotes Registration Death and Culture How can we, as academics, understand cultural responses to mortality? Is every response to death – over time and over place - uniquely... Continue Reading →

CFP: ASYLUMS, PATHOLOGIES AND THE THEMES OF MADNESS: PATRICK MCGRATH AND HIS GOTHIC CONTEMPORARIES

A One-Day Symposium - Saturday 16th January 2016 - University Of Stirling, Scotland (Abstracts due: Friday October 16th 2015)      Keynote Event During the symposium we will be delighted to invite speakers and attendees to view exhibits from the newly acquired Patrick McGrath archive at the University of Stirling’s library. Keynote Speakers Professor Lucie Armitt, University of Lincoln... Continue Reading →

CFP: Ex Historia

Ex Historia is now accepting submission for publication in the 2016 edition of our journal. We are particularly keen to receive interest from people who share our specialisms: Medieval and Early Modern Studies; Medical History; Maritime History; Imperial and Global History, and War, State and Society, but articles, review articles and book reviews on any historical topic... Continue Reading →

CFP: Victorian Culture and the Origin of Disciplines

Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies One-Day Conference 12 March 2016 Durham University, UK Keynote Address: Professor Bernard Lightman (York University, Canada) ‘The term ‘discipline’ has two principal modern usages: it refers to a particular branch of learning or a body of knowledge, and to the maintenance of order and control amongst subordinated groups . . .... Continue Reading →

CFP: Sideways in Time: Alternate History and Counterfactual Narratives

Call for Papers Sideways in Time: Alternate History and Counterfactual Narratives Essay Collection Following a highly successful two day international conference on alternate history held at the University of Liverpool and organised in conjunction with Lancaster University, the conference organisers are now seeking to supplement extended conference papers with other work in order to publish... Continue Reading →

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