Calls for Contributions

Studies in Romanticism: Romanticism and Environmental Humanities

Romanticism and Environmental Humanities

Abstracts are invited for a new special issue of Studies in Romanticism planned for Spring 2023, “Romanticism and Environmental Humanities,” guest edited by Noah Heringman (University of Missouri). Since the publication in this journal of a special issue on Green Romanticism (1996), edited by Jonathan Bate, scholars working at the intersection of Romanticism and environmental humanities have been increasingly influenced by the global scale of scholarship and activism in the areas of postcolonial studies, climate change, and environmental justice. One ...

Edited Volume: UNCONTAINED TOXICITY: THE DIALECTICS OF LOSS AND CONTROL

Call for Papers (Edited Volume) Subject Fields: Environmental Studies; Art History & Visual Studies; Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Indigenous Studies; New Materialism

UNCONTAINED TOXICITY: THE DIALECTICS OF LOSS AND CONTROL Deadline for Abstract Submission: September 30, 2021 Contact email: Gisela Heffes ([email protected]) & Arndt Niebisch ([email protected])

We welcome submissions for the edited volume “Uncontained Toxicity: The Dialectics of Loss and Control”

Book Description: Toxicity creates a double-bind. On the one hand, it poses the threat of contamination; its danger lies in its ability to cross borders in case of undesired ...

Literary Druid

LITERARY DRUID

A PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE VIRUDHUNAGAR – 1 TAMILNADU, INDIA LITERARY DRUID, Volume II, Special Issue II

SCOPE LITERARY DRUID has planned to open up for a special issue on the title “Life and Hope amidst Plagues, Epidemics and Pandemics in English Literature”. We expect high-quality papers from the writers of English literature. By the outset of Covid pandemic, the world has been suffering in hygenic and psychological concerns. But the world and humans vary from centuries back has seen many such devastating diseases. ...

Environmental Communication Blog Invites Post Submissions

The Environmental Communication Division of the National Communication Association is accepting submissions on a rolling basis for our weekly blog (https://sites.google.com/view/ecdnca/blog). We publish poetry, news commentary, short stories, reflections, reviews, announcements, and any other content related to communicating about/with the environment. We are especially interested in publishing diverse voices from both inside and outside of academia.

Journal of Ecohumanism invites contributors to the inaugural issue.

Journal of Ecohumanism invites contributors to the inaugural issue.

Submission Deadline: 30 September 2021

Journal of Ecohumanism aims to open up new possibilities in reconfiguring the multidimensional internship among humans and the more-than-human world by focusing on the structure, mechanics, functionalities, and representations of this internship manifested across ecohumanist and civil contexts. Since Environmental Humanities ample research has looked at variable aspects of ecological citizenship, we have to focus on globalization’s temporality in the rise of Citizen Humanities. In this sense, we are in the ...

Extended Deadline: JMMLA Spring 2021 – “Race, Ethnicity, and the Environment”

2021 marks the 10th anniversary of Allison Hawthorne Deming and Lauret Savoy’s The Colors of Nature: Culture, Identity, and the Natural World. The essays that Deming and Savoy collect in this important anthology all seek to expand traditional understandings of nature writing and environmental thought by reflecting on “how identity and place, human history and ‘natural’ history, power and silence, and social injustice and environmental degradation are fundamentally linked” (10). To help contribute to the critical conversation started by Deming, Savoy, and others, ...

Updated deadline: Myth and 21st C. Environmentalism. Literary and Artistic Practices for Saving the Planet

Updated deadline: Myth and 21st C. Environmentalism. Literary and Artistic Practices for Saving the Planet

Call for contributions to edited volume

Myth and 21st C. Environmentalism. Literary and Artistic Practices for Saving the Planet

Myth and the environment have shared a rich common cultural history travelling as far back as the old times of storytelling and legend (Love 2003; O’Brian and White 2017, Schama 1996). From native American oral narrative where animals, humans and other beings interact, to Genesis in the Bible or the Darwinian theory of evolution, we ...

Stories Deserts: Re-Imagining Arid Environments

Storied Deserts: Re-Imagining Arid Environments

Deadline for submissions: September 30, 2021

Celina Osuna, Arizona State University

Aidan Tynan, Cardiff University Contact email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Desert landscapes and ecologies have become central to our perceptions of space and place and to the stories we tell ourselves about the environment. In Western traditions, we frequently see deserts represented as dead or valueless, or merely as exotic backdrops. Such depictions often encode racism and histories of colonial violence. Our conceptions of the desert as wasteland or hostile wilderness can be traced back to Biblical ...

From Literary Composition to Cinematic Adaptation: A Study of Indian Cinema through Popular Literature

“From Literary Composition to Cinematic Adaptation: A Study of Indian Cinema through Popular Literature”

Authentic, scholarly and unpublished research papers are invited from academics and writers for publication in an edited volume with ISBN. Authors are requested to strictly follow the submission guidelines mentioned herewith in their papers. Only electronic submission via email will be accepted for publication. The proposed title of the volume which is below, may subject to change:

From Literary Composition to Cinematic Adaptation: A Study of Indian Cinema through Popular Literature

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Call for Contributions: Ecomusicology Sounding Board’s section posts

Deeply interdisciplinary, the field of ecomusicology is a branch of study exploring the various and complex nexus between people, nature and sounds. Ecomusicologists can come from the fields of composition, acoustic ecology, bio-acoustics, ethnomusicology, historical musicology, biology as well as ecocriticism, biosemiotics, ecosemiotics, phenomenology.

Ethnomusicology Review would like to invite you to share perspectives from your research for our online platform “Sounding Board.” Texts on any of the following subjects are welcome:

-Music and Climate Change

-Music in the Age of Anthropocene

-Post humanities and sounds /music ...

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