Conferences, Fellowships, Calls for Papers

So here’s a list of things to consider doing: A book called Teaching the Body is looking for contributors by June 1, 2008. They say, “The editors of Transformations seek articles (5,000-10,000 words) and media reviews (books, film, video, performance, art, music, etc. 3,000 to 5,000 words) that explore the body in a variety of pedagogical contexts and disciplinary perspectives including literature, science, womens and gender studies, anthropology and more.” Email or web. A journal called Interdisciplinary Forum on Early Modern Women and Material Culture is looking for submissions by October 31. They say, “An Interdisciplinary Journal invites submissions to an interdisciplinary forum slated for publication in Volume IV (2009). Email or web. Expressions of the Body: Representations in African Text and Image needs a contributor wanted for volume on representations of the body in African text and image by March 31. They say it is “a collection of academic essays by international researchers working on topics related to the representation of the human body in African literature, art, photography, theatre and film.” Email. A publication called Feminist Theory and Fashion in Modernity needs essay proposals by April 15 from a cross-disciplinary perspective of current feminist scholarship on modern fashion in the period between 1860 and 1940. Email. Stanford is starting a fellowship for 2008 for scholarly researchers in the arts who also practice in the arts. You have to have compelted your schooling by 2005. It sounds pretty fantastic. Web.

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