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desember 2017

Call for papers: Children and Popular Culture

01. desember 201720. mai 2018

CFP: Global Studies of Childhood  - Special Issue: Children and Popular Culture - Guest Editor: Patrick Cox, Rutgers University Childhood and youth are always contested notions, but perhaps nowhere more than in popular culture. Popular culture offers representations of children and youth as, among other things, wise, dangerous, evil, innocent, sexual, doomed, and in various states of “in progress.” Popular culture is also the broad site of much child agency, where children and youth produce texts from novels to YouTube…

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februar 2018

Call for Emerging Ideas Roundtable at Children, Youth, and Performance Conference

20. februar

This is a call for graduate students, new scholars, performers, and practitioners to participate in a unique “Emerging Ideas Roundtable” in June 2018! The deadline to apply is February 20, 2018. Are you interested in performance work with/by/for/about children and youth? Are you involved in a project relevant to children, youth, and performance? Do you have unique ideas you want to share or discuss? Do you need conference experience for your CV? We invite your participation in a special “Emerging…

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CFP: In the Shadows: Illuminating Monstrosity in Children’s and Young Adult Literature and Culture

28. februar

Call for Paper Proposals In the Shadows: Illuminating Monstrosity in Children’s and Young Adult Literature and Culture Deadline for submission: February 28th, 2018 A peer-reviewed graduate student conference on children’s literature, media, and culture University of British Columbia - Friday May 11th - Saturday May 12th, 2018 CFP PDF: Call For Papers - In the Shadows (UBC) Poster PDF: Monstrosity-poster

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CFP: Shahnameh «Epic of Kings» and Child

28. februar

The First International Conference Ancient Literature, Shahnameh "Epic of Kings" and Child 10 May. Iran, Mashhad Dr. Khaleghi Mutlagh, world well-know scholar and researcher of Shahnameh and professor at university of Hamburg, and managing director of Ferdowsi Foundation, and professor Kanani, researcher and director of Ferdowsi Foundation are lecturers of the conference. The abstracts should be received latest by 28th of Feb., 2018 The articles should be received lastest by 30th of March, 2018 The contents of articles to be…

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mars 2018

CFP: Curating National Histories

1. mars

Paper Call for a Special Issue of IRCL: Curating National Histories Canonical, national, classic: all these terms imply quality with regard to children’s literature, but too often these labels ignore the forces of privileging a dominant group’s work over all others.  Because the reifying of children’s literature means longer shelf-life, sales, and interest, the public curation of a nation’s children’s literature matters. An increase in global migration (for both economic and political reasons), shifting international relationships, and isolationist and nationalist…

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Konferanse: Growing scientists! Children’s literature and the Sciences

7. mars

Growing scientists! Children’s literature and the Sciences University of Antwerp, Belgium 7 March 2018 Starting with Orbis Sensualium Pictus (1658), children’s literature has shown a particular interest in the sciences: not only in non-fiction, but also in genres like science fiction and adventure stories, and in science-oriented characters and scripts – think of the mad scientist or the Frankenstein plot. Moreover, the study of children’s books also draws on the sciences. A growing body of cross-disciplinary research builds on findings…

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IRSCL: Growing Scientists

7. mars

International Research Society for Children's Literature (IRSCL) Registration for the one-day symposium “Growing Scientists! Children's Literature and the Sciences” (7 March 2018, University of Antwerp) is now open. This one-day conference examines the representation of science in children’s literature, as well as innovative theoretical approaches that explore children’s literature from cross-disciplinary perspectives, such as cognitive studies, evolutionary criticism, and digital humanities. Keynote speakers are Maria Nikolajeva and Daniel Feldman. Organized with the support of Iedereen Leest.  

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CFP: Remix, reconcile, remediate, represent

9. mars

Remix, reconcile, remediate, represent: New research snapshots from the field of young people's cultures The Association for Research in Cultures of Young People (ARCYP) is holding a research symposium at Ryerson University on March 9, 2018. This symposium will include presentations by leading scholars in the field of young people's cultures, and provide opportunities for graduate students (and recent grads) to workshop and receive feedback on their research. The day will include both thematic presentation panels (with 20 minute papers) and…

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CFP: Sesame Street at 50

15. mars

In 1969, Sesame Street made its debut on PBS in the U.S. It has since become not just an American institution, but an international one — broadcast in 150 countries, and in over 30 languages. This show — as cross-media and transnational phenomenon — is thus an ideal subject for the MLA’s textual transactions theme, as it invites us to think transnationally about “intellectual, artistic, and pedagogical work.” This panel invites papers on Sesame Streetas a site of transaction — creative, cultural, educational. Send 1-page…

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april 2018

CFP: Libri & Liberi: Journal of Research on Children’s Literature and Culture

15. april

Libri & Liberi: Journal of Research on Children's Literature and Culture (www.librietliberi.org) invites proposals for papers to be considered for publication in a Special issue to be published in 2018 on all aspects of research dedicated to WWI, New Historical Settings, and Children’s Literature PDF

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