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august 2019

Call for papers: Art in Education

28. august30. august
Oslomet – storbyuniversitetet, Pilestredet 46
Oslo,
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From Oslomet: "We invite national and international researchers, teachers and artists to the conference which focuses on topics such as the effects of collective art experiences on learning environments, the impact of creative joy on learning, and the power of artistic exploration. The conference will take place in Oslo, Norway on the 28 – 30th August 2019. The call for abstracts for the Art in Education conference is now open for those who are interested in presenting. See also the…

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september 2019

Konferanse: Verbal and visual strategies in nonfiction picturebooks

25. september28. september

7th International conference European Network of Picturebook Research PhD workshop September 25, 2019, International conference September 26 – 28, 2019 Western Norway University of Applied Sciences / Høgskulen på Vestlandet – Campus Bergen - Kronstad Call for Papers Nonfiction picturebooks have been published concurrently with fictional picturebooks for decades, if not centuries. Clearly recognized as an art form on a par with fiction picturebooks, nonfiction picturebooks have been honoured with their own category for awards at the prestigious Bologna Children's…

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oktober 2019

Call for papers: Beyond Boundaries. Authorship and Readership in Life Writing

24. oktober25. oktober

A two-day conference held at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, 24 and 25 October 2019 In ‘The Limits of Life Writing’ David McCooey (2017) argues that in life-writing studies, the concept of limits or boundaries plays a central role. Since the rise of auto/biography studies in the 1970s and 1980s critical attention has been paid to generic limits and the limits concerning the auto/biographical subject. With respect to the former, discussions have evolved in particular around the boundaries between literary and…

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desember 2019

Call for Papers: Research on Diversity in Youth Literature 3.1

1. desember

Special Issue on Minstrelsy and Racist Appropriation in Youth Literature and Culture Research on Diversity in Youth Literature (RDYL) announces a call for papers  for a special issue on minstrelsy and racist appropriation in youth literature and culture. Scheduled to publish in June 2020, RDYL 3.1 will be guest edited by Dr. Brigitte Fielder (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Dr. Katrina Phillips (Macalester College). RYDL is a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal hosted by St. Catherine University’s Master of Library and Information…

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