Litinfinite: A Peer-reviewed Journal of Literature and Social Sciences invites scholars and academicians to submit proposals on the topic Gender and Translation in Multilingual India by September 30, 2022.
The time is now to reserve your room at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa and to ensure that you get the special room rate for AFS annual meeting registrants. You must book by September 20, 2022, to be sure to get the conference rate.
AFS welcomes Dr. Cassie Rosita Patterson as Special Projects Consultant and Garima Plawat, M.A., as the new AFS graduate assistant.
The Department of English, Philosophy, and World Languages at Arkansas State University invites presentations for the Delta Symposium, March 29–April 1, 2023 in Jonesboro, Arkansas, on topics relevant to the Arkansas and Mississippi Deltas and southeastern US, especially the conference theme.
This special issue of Digest, the journal of the AFS Foodways Section, will collect research, discussions, and analysis of the many ways scholars of food and foodways make their study a part of their classrooms.
The Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice, an independent nonprofit organization that operates a nationally significant historic site in Durham, North Carolina, connects experiences of the past to contemporary human rights issues. Applications will be considered as they are received and accepted until the position is filled.
We are saddened to report the death of Art Rosenbaum, an American art professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, artist, musician, and folklorist.
You don’t have to wait to arrive at the AFS Annual Meeting in Tulsa to start learning more about the traditions and perspectives of the diverse communities who live there. This reading list, assembled by former poet laureate of Oklahoma, Jeanetta Mish, provides insight into the creative constructions of place through literature by Oklahoma writers.
Jeremy Wells examines structural racism in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards in a recent blog post for Lived Heritage Studies.
Volunteers who provide Zoom moderation for two or three sessions (most are 90 minutes) or work 4 hours at the registration desk will receive a full meeting registration refund or waiver.
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