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april 2017

Call for papers: Queer(y)ing the World

april 30

CFP: Queer(y)ing the World: International LGBTQ+ Literature for Young Readers In the past few decades in English-speaking countries, we've seen a major increase to the number of children's and young adult books published featuring LGBTQ+ themes. But what is the situation like in other languages and other cultures? In this edited collection, we aim to explore LGBTQ+ literature for young readers around the world, particularly beyond the English-speaking countries/cultures. By LGBTQ+, we include: lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, kink, intersex,…

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Call for papers: Translation Studies and Children’s Litterature

april 30

Translation Studies and Children's Litterature, Current topics and Future perspectives Since the publication of pioneering works by Göte Klingberg, Riitta Oittinen and Zohar Shavit in the 1970s and 1980s, the translation of children’s literature has attracted the attention of many scholars in various fields. On 19 and 20 October 2017, KU Leuven and the University of Antwerp (Belgium) will organise an interdisciplinary conference on Translation Studies and Children’s Literature that aims to investigate the intersection between translation studies and children’s…

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Call for Papers:  Children in Popular Culture

april 30

Red Feather Journal, an online, peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary journal, seeks well-written, critical articles on children in popular culture for the Spring 2017 issue -deadline April 30, 2017.  Some suggested topics include: child or childhood imagery (film, television, digital media, art); children or childhood literature; the child in/and fan cultures or gaming cultures; children and social media; childhood geography or material culture; children and war; children as refugees; children and the changing political landscape; or any other aspect of the…

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CFP: Harry Potter Studies

april 30

CFP: Harry Potter Studies—Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Annual Conference The Midwest PCA/ACA is pleased to announce the Harry Potter Studies Area. The Harry Potter Studies Area is seeking papers and panels on the Harry Potter series and franchise as it relates to popular culture. With 2017 as the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the Area seeks to explore the ways in which Harry Potter has impacted popular culture. Topics may include but are not…

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mai 2017

Call for Papers: Harry Potter Edited Volume

mai 1

Inside the World of Harry Potter is a proposed interdisciplinary, multi-contributer volume born of the robust field of Harry Potter Studies and the community of collaborators that exists within the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association. This proposed volume will cover a range of topics within the works of J.K. Rowling. The Harry Potter series is such a rich text for analysis, particularly of social issues that can be extrapolated to real-world, non-fictional settings. The scholarship being produced surrounding the Harry Potter…

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Verksted for oversettere

mai 2
Hamburg, Hamburg, Tyskland + Google Map

Verksted for oversettere arrangeres også i år! Det går av stabelen i Hamburg 13.-18. august og retter seg til dem som oversetter barne- og ungdomslitteratur fra tysk til sitt resp. språk. Søknadsfristen er 2. Mai 2017. Verkstedet som gjennomføres av Arbeitskreis für Jugendliteratur og Robert Bosch Stiftung er åpent for alle men inviterer spesielt oversettere til å søke som oversetter til «små» språk eller som kommer fra afrikanske og arabiske land eller fra Tyrkia. "Kein Kinderspiel!" 2017 Erneut ausgeschrieben: Werkstatt…

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The Children’s Book as Material Object

mai 10 @ 09:30 - 18:00
Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge,

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Wednesday 10th May, 2017, 9.30 am—6pm Keynote Speaker: Philip Nel The growth in digital media has led to a corresponding ‘material turn’ in academic interest concerning the book as a material object. Children’s books in particular raise the question of the role of the physical and material form in communicating meaning. From the eighteenth century, children’s books have been marketed alongside (gender-specific) toys, and today, pop-up books, illustrated books, and textured books all attest…

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Frist for å søke på Forfatterutdanningen

mai 22

Frist for å søke på Norsk barnebokinstitutts forfatterutdanning.

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Konferanse ved Århus Universitet: Children’s Media and Literature in a Mediatized World

mai 30 - juni 1

Children and young people live in a mediatized world in which literature, other visual and verbal texts, media and platforms converge and coalesce. Established notions of producers and users, target groups, genres and literary forms and experiences are thereby challenged.

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juni 2017

Eventyrkonferanse i Estland: We Grow up with Stories

juni 1
Haapsalu, Estland + Google Map

This is the fifth time when the international conference The Power of Fairy Tales will take place in Haapsalu. The conference of 2017 will keep pace with the topic of the year, which is dedicated to the children and the youth culture. The conference is named “We Grow up with Stories!” The presentations deal with the following topics: children in the stories and the stories that surround them. In fairy tales it is often so that the central character is a…

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