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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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mai 2018

CFP: Catastrophic childhoods

1. mai

Call for papers for special issue: Catastrophic childhoods Barnelitterært Forskningstidsskrift/ Nordic Journal of ChildLit Aesthetics Daglige reportasjer om jordskjelv, global oppvarming, oversvømmelser, terroranslag, atomkriser, krig og flyktningkriser skaper en konstant fornemmelse av at verden står i katastrofens tegn. Kulturelle uttrykk som litteratur, film og nyheter bearbeider og medierer katastrofer og former vår kulturelle forestilling av dem. Dette gjelder også kulturuttrykk rettet mot barn og unge. Dagens barne- og ungdomslitteratur, film og videospill tematiserer blant annet klimaendringer, krig, holocaust, flyktningkriser og…

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Call for Chapter Proposals: The Disney Channel’s Tween Programming

1. mai

"Kids, Inc. to Andi Mack: The Disney Channel’s Tween Programming" is a proposed interdisciplinary, multi-contributer volume examining the nature, history, and legacy of The Disney Channel’s programming for tweens from 1984 to present. While The Walt Disney Company and its media texts (particularly its films) have been the subject of countless books and journal articles, little if any attention has been paid specifically to the Disney Channel, and particularly to its shows aimed at the tween market. When focus has…

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CFP: Storytelling and Trauma

11. mai

Storytelling and Trauma: An Inclusive Interdisciplinary Conference 6th to 7th October 2018 in Budapest, Hungary. Storytelling is inextricably linked to the history of human beings in a bewildering variety of oral and visual formats. Storytelling is a fundamental tool in recording personal, familial, communal and national narratives. But it can also be linked to a process of expressing and working through trauma, of breaking silence, of finding a voice for suffering and pain as witnessed in the growth of “communal digital…

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CFP: Ecocritical Perspectives

15. mai

Call for Papers: Workshop on Ecocritical Perspectives on Nordic Children’s and Young Adult Literature The workshop will take place at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) in Bergen, Norway, on October 25th - 26th 2018. Deadline for submission: May 15th 2018

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oktober 2018

CFP: Cognitive Approaches to Children’s Literature and Culture

31. oktober

Children's Literature Association Quarterly ber om 5000–6000 ord om "Cognitive Approaches to Children's Literature and Culture" innen 31. oktober. Les mer her: CFP CLAQ Cognitive Approaches (PDF)

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november 2018

CFP: Sakprosa for barn i tidsskriftet Sakprosa

1. november

Tidsskriftet Sakprosa inviterer nå relevante fagpersoner fra hele Norden til å bidra med forskningsartikler om sakprosa for barn. "Vilkårene for produksjon og resepsjon av sakprosa for barn vies stadig større oppmerksomhet i kulturoffentligheten. Parallelt med at saken er satt på den kulturpolitiske dagsordenen, har litteratur- og språkforskere i økende grad fattet interesse for feltet. Den norske sakprosaen for barn sies å holde stadig høyere “litterær kvalitet”, samtidig som den faglitterære leserkontrakten blir mindre tydelig, og vi ønsker å fange opp…

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januar 2019

Call for Papers: International Research in Children’s Literature

01. januar 2019

Special Issue of International Research in Children’s Literature Curating National Children’s Literatures Guest editors: Karen Sands-O’Connor, Lucy Pearson and Aishwarya Subramanian This special issue seeks to examine the curation of ‘national’ children’s literatures: how are national canons created and sustained? How is the notion of a national literature defined, and which voices are included? The term ‘national’, like ‘classic’ and ‘canonical’, confers prestige, but in doing so creates a hierarchy of values which frequently privileges the voices of a dominant…

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