The Irish Association for American Studies (IAAS) is inviting proposals for its 2021 IAAS Postgraduate Symposium. Proposals are due by September 24, 2021.
Drs. Andrea Germer and Jasmin Rückert of Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf invite contributions to an edited volume titled “Gendering Fascism” and hope for theoretically grounded empirical case studies within the time frame of the 1920s through the 1940s. Abstracts are due by September 30, 2021.
Elena Dundovich (University of Pisa) and Simone A. Bellezza (University of Naples Federico II) are seeking chapter proposals for an edited volume on the transnational history of LGBTQ+ rights in the post-Soviet space. Proposals are due by September 30, 2021.
As part of an ongoing series of symposia on public participation in museums, the University of Luxembourg's Centre for Contemporary and Digital History invites proposals for a one-day online international event. This online symposium “Participation and public interpretations: How to navigate multiple historical narratives in museums?” will take place on 7 December 2021. Abstracts are due by September 30, 2021.
The Bamberg Graduate School of Literature, Culture, and Media and Chair for English Literature Studies at the University of Bamberg, Germany is calling for papers for its upcoming conference on displacement, emplacement and migration. Proposals are due by December 31, 2021.
American Studies in Scandinavia, the journal of the Nordic Association for American Studies (NAAS), is calling
The Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)'s Women's and Gender Studies Caucus seeks contributions for its 2022 meeting session that engage with the commodification of feminisms and intersectionality, as well as transnational feminist methods and theory as interventions in white hegemonic systems. Proposals are due by September 30, 2022.
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is announcing the opening of its 2022-2023 Fellowship competition. The Center awards academic year residential fellowships to scholars, practitioners, journalists, and public intellectuals from any country with outstanding project proposals on global issues.
Western Folklore is seeking book reviewers for a slew of recent titles in folklore and related fields.
The Ad Hoc Group for Transformative Oral History Practice, in collaboration with the Oral History Association and the Oral History Center at UC Berkeley, is convening a symposium that will define, identify, analyze, assess, and imagine alternatives to conventional practices of oral history in the United States and Canada, as they pertain to systemic racial discrimination. Proposals are due October 1, 2021.