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AHRC Research in Film Awards 2018 - CALL FOR ENTRIES

AHRC Research in Film Awards 2018 - CALL FOR ENTRIES | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Submissions for the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Research in Film Awards 2018 are now open.The Awards, which are now in their fourth year, showcase new and emerging talent in filmmaking linked to arts and humanities research and celebrate the best of a growing number of high-quality...
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Calls for Papers

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“Teaching By Place and Space” (SSSL Conference, February 2018) Recent discussions of southern and Confederate memorials in public spaces have emphasized the importance of physical spaces to the story of history. How do physical spaces participate in the creation of historical memory, and how do individuals and institutions in the present interact with spaces of historical significance? This roundtable takes up these questions and applies them in the context of the classroom. How do we, as instructors, account for the histories attached to the spaces in which we teach? How do we consider our own specific locations of higher learning in our courses? How do we teach in or about spaces that are associated with a particular history or historical trauma? And how does the literature we teach aid in connecting our students with historical trauma in local settings and the way memory and narrative are shaped around such sites?
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Washington Award | S&R Foundation

2018 S&R Foundation Washington Award 

Are you an emerging artist looking to further your craft? The Washington Award recognizes talented emerging artists working in visual arts, music, and dance. 

Why apply? • Winners receive an unconditional cash prize of $5,000 to support their career development. • An additional $5,000 may be awarded as a Grand Prize to an artist of outstanding ability. 

• Award winners become part of the S&R Foundation network of artists, scientists, and social entrepreneurs.

 • Award winners are invited to present their work at the S&R Washington Award Ceremony in Washington DC in Spring 2018 

To learn more and to apply online visit: www.sandr.org/programs/washington-award Applications deadline: October 5, 2017 

***Applicants must not be enrolled part/full time in a degree granting program. International applicants are welcome to apply.
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Call for Papers 2017, 3, BEYOND DEMOCRACY: INNOVATION AS POLITICS

Call for Papers 2017, 3, BEYOND DEMOCRACY: INNOVATION AS POLITICS | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Innovation is increasingly shaping our world and the way we live. It is, to a greater extent, governing our biological, social and political life.
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IEEE VIS 2017 Arts Program

IEEE VIS 2017 Arts Program | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it

The VIS Arts Program (VISAP) is a forum where visualization researchers, designers, and media artists come together to discuss topics in information visualization relevant to arts, design, and visualization research communities. It includes a papers track, an exhibition track, an opening reception, and a panel discussion. A wide range of submissions are encouraged, including: interactive artworks, design projects, novel visualization tools and applications, art-science or artist-in-lab projects, evaluations of visualization projects, and philosophical meditations on the intersections of art and research. VISAP aims to foster new thinking, discussion, and collaboration between artists, designers, technologists, visualization scientists, and others working at the intersection of these fields.

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Coming of Age: Young Scholars in the Field of Folkloristics, Ethnology, and Anthropology
Göttingen, March 26th, 2017.

Coming of Age: Young Scholars in the Field of Folkloristics, Ethnology, and Anthropology<br/>Göttingen, March 26th, 2017. | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Call for papers for the First International Conference of the SIEF Young Scholars Working Group.
We invite scholars in early stages of their careers to reflect upon the academic, intellectual, and existential conditions of being young scholars in the fields of Folkloristics, Ethnology, and Anthropology.
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[CFP] How We Make: TRACE Innovation Initiative

[CFP] How We Make: TRACE Innovation Initiative | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it

TRACE publishes online peer-reviewed collections in ecology, posthumanism, and media studies. Providing an interdisciplinary forum for scholars, we focus on the ethical and material impact of technology. We welcome submissions in a variety of media that engage cultures, theories, and environments to “trace” the connections across and within various ecologies. The third issue of TRACE, How We Make, explores how we make “through, with, and alongside” (N. Katherine Hayles) a larger ecology of technology, society, and design. The growing availability of cheap and easily hackable technology has captured commercial and scholarly attention worldwide, instigating a new type of DIY citizenship built from a hybrid economy of material, conceptual, and digital production. Publications like Make Magazine, online tutorials like Instructables, and community makerspace labs like Artisan’s Asylum offer multiple platforms for ‘how to’ projects– anything from building a home to hacking software or 3D-printing a prosthetic limb. But is it enough to make for making’s sake? And how do we attend to the longer history of makers and makerspaces? This issue offers a critical forum to discuss how technology changes the way we make theoretically and practically. Scholars from communication, design, and media studies, such as Matt Ratto, Victor Papanek, and David Gauntlett, theorize a material-semiotic approach that emphasizes either process or product – the ‘how,’ ‘why,’ or ‘what’ of making. While “critical making” reflects conceptually on the making process, “sustainable design” connects the designer’s role in society with the impact of the final product. Making has also been approached through “DiDIY” (digital do-it-yourself), focusing on digital technologies’ impact on creative projects. Building off this scholarship, “How We Make” asks scholars and makers to critically reflect on the making process in their communities, makerspaces, and classrooms in order to reveal new insight into the maker movement. Using the momentum generated by recent digital humanities scholarship,

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Call for Papers: Feminism and Museums - Asia-Europe Museum Network

Call for Papers: Feminism and Museums - Asia-Europe Museum Network | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Independent publishing house MuseumsEtc has launched a call for papers for a book entitled "Feminism and Museums: Intervention, Disruption and Change".
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Call for Papers

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Dystopias and Utopias Feminist Review seeks submissions for a Special Issue on Dystopias and Utopias.
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Metis 1.1 Call for Proposals

Metis 1.1 Call for Proposals | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Metis is a thematic digital and print publication that promotes dialogue concerning contemporary art, cultural practice, and political action.
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Studies in Law, Politics, and Society: Special Feminist Legal Theory Issue - Feminist Law ProfessorsFeminist Law Professors

A new issue of the interdisciplinary journal Studies in Law, Politics, & Society is devoted to feminist legal theory. Here’s an excerpt from the Intro: Half a century after the beginning of the second wave, feminist legal theorists are still writing about many of the subjects they addressed early on: money, sex, reproduction, and jobs. What has changed is the way that they talk about these subjects. Specifically, these theorists now posit a more complex and nuanced conception of power. Recent scholarship recognizes the complexities of power in contemporary society, the ways in which these complexities entrench sex inequality, and the role that law can play in reducing inequality and increasing agency. The feminist legal theorists in this volume are emblematic of this effort. They carefully examine the relationship between gender, equality, and power across an array of realms: sex, reproduction, pleasure, work, money. In doing so they identify social, political, economic, developmental, and psychological and somatic forces, operating both internally and externally, that complicate the expression and constraint of power. Finally, they give sophisticated thought to the possibilities for legal interventions in light of these more complex notions of power. The articles are: Introduction — Maxine Eichner & Clare Huntington Going Wild: Law and Literature and Sex — Susan Frelich Appleton & Susan Ekberg Stiritz Women’s Sexual Agency and the Law of Rape in the 21st Century — Katharine K. Baker & Michelle Oberman Care and Danger: Feminism and Therapy Culture — Angela P. Harris Market-Cautious Feminism — Maxine Eichner Unequal Terms: Gender, Power, and the Recreation of Hierarchy –June Carbone & Naomi Cahn Schrödinger’s Child: Non- Identity and Probabilities in Reproductive Decision-Making — Jennifer S. Hendricks The journal’s (short-sighted, IMHO) policy prohibits the posting of the articles on SSRN, but all are available for download here.
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National Black Writers Conference Call for Papers & Poetry Cafe Auditions

National Black Writers Conference Call for Papers & Poetry Cafe Auditions | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it

RT @aalbc: National Black Writers Conference Call for Papers & Poetry Cafe Auditions https://t.co/XS79PFujCS

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Axis of Solidarity: Landmarks | Platforms | Futures: Call for Papers

Axis of Solidarity: Landmarks | Platforms | Futures: Call for Papers | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
This conference is a collaboration between Tate and the Institute for Comparative Modernities at Cornell University and will be held at Tate Modern on 23–24 February 2019.
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2018 UDC Call for Papers – The Union for Democratic Communications

2018 UDC Call for Papers – The Union for Democratic Communications | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
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Symposium: call for proposals – Women, Art and Feminism in Australia since 1970

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Call for papers: Conference Ethnic Inequality on the Labour Market - AMCIS - University of Amsterdam

Call for papers: Conference Ethnic Inequality on the Labour Market - AMCIS - University of Amsterdam | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
On September 28 and 29, the Department of Sociology in collaboration with the Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies (AMCIS), will organize the conference Ethnic Inequality on the Labour Market: cross-national perspectives and causal analysis. The conference is open to submit papers.
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Call for Papers 2017, 2, GLOBAL IDENTITIES AND COMMUNITIES

Call for Papers 2017, 2, GLOBAL IDENTITIES AND COMMUNITIES | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
The analysis of migratory flows have led some scholars to agree upon the theory of “double absence”, where the migrant experiences in his own dealings a loss of “belonging” to his origins as well as lack of “recognition” as a citizen in his newly adopted country.
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About

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About: The Aesthetics Research Lab was conceived as a digital think tank and resource, revolving around theoretical and practical issues in aesthetics. This site is run and curated by Michael Spicher, who began studying theories of beauty and aesthetics over a decade ago. Since that starting point, he has published articles, given lectures (to academics and general…
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2017 Call for Papers

2017 Call for Papers | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Gathering & preserving historical information through recorded interviews
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CFP: Histories of Digital Labor, Past and Present (edited collection)

CFP for an edited collection, titled Histories of Digital Labor, Past and Present, that seeks chapters tracing occluded histories of labor in the age of the digital. Interdisciplinary in scope and generative in approach, chapter abstracts are due on January 31, 2017.\n
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Call for Papers: Utopian Urban Futures, 27-28 June, Leeds

Call for Papers: Utopian Urban Futures, 27-28 June, Leeds | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
Utopian Urban Futures: Histories, imaginations, possibilities Organising Committee: Ayona Datta (PI), William Gould, Rebecca Madgin and Anu Sabhlok. Venue: HEART, Bennett Road, Headingley, Leeds LS6 3HN 27-28 June 2016. Please register for the conference here  “Utopia as a form is not the representation of radical alternatives; it is rather simply the imperative to imagine them.”…
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Call for Papers

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TECHNICITY, TEMPORALITY, EMBODIMENT The 10th International Somatechnics Conference Following recent conferences in Linköping (2013), Otago (2014) and Tucson (2015), we are pleased to announce that the tenth International Somatechnics Conference...
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Call for Papers: Art and Political Ecology

Call for Papers: Art and Political Ecology | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
The upcoming issue of Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics will discuss art's relationship with political ecology: What role does art have to play
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Call For Proposals: HOUSEWORK

Call For Proposals: HOUSEWORK | Call for Papers: Art, Community, Society, Research, Creativity | Scoop.it
“Invisible, repetitive, exhausting, unproductive, uncreative,” Angela Davis writes, “these are the adjectives which most perfectly capture the nature of housework.”[i] In what ways can this nature of housework become visible, representable,...
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