Call for Proposals: Advanced, Research Team and Short Seminars at the School for Advanced Research

The School for Advanced Research is currently accepting proposals for Advanced, Research Team and Short Seminars.  The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2018. Seminars at the School for Advanced Research (SAR) promote communication among scholars and/or practitioners who are at a critical stage of research on a shared topic. Each seminar consists of up […]

“Gender & Sexuality Writing Collective” at University of Rochester

The 25th Annual Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference March 2, 2018 University of Rochester Rochester, NY The Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at the University of Rochester will hold a one-day writing collective on March 2, 2018.  The writing collective will provide […]

Call For Chapter Proposals: “Unknowable: Geography and Black Feminisms”

Call for Chapter Proposals Title: Unknowable: Geography and Black Feminisms Editor: LaToya E. Eaves, Middle Tennessee State University Expressions of interest are invited to contribute to an edited book on Black Feminist Geographies. Unknowable: Geography and Black Feminisms articulates the empirical and philosophical work of Black women and Black feminisms in geography. The edited volume […]

*Call for Papers: **Trans Studies en las Américas*

A Special Issue of *Transgender Studies Quarterly*, Volume 6, Issue 2, (Spring 2019) *Special Issue Editors: *Claudia Sofía Garriga-López, Denilson Lopes, Cole Rizki, and Juana María Rodríguez *Submissions due: February 1, 2018* “Trans Studies en las Américas” calls for papers that center Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx trans theoretical, ethnographic, political, and artistic production. Throughout […]

Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP) V Conference – Sept 15-17 2017

CLASP V – Call for Papers Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP) V Conference September 15-17, 2017 Boulder, CO CLASP V is the fifth multidisciplinary conference run by graduate students that promotes the broad connections between culture, language, and society grounded in empirical research. We hope to once again bring together an array of national […]

AAA 2017: Call for Presenters for Roundtable on “Empathy Matters”

AA 2017 Call for Five (5) Presenters on Proposed Roundtable: Empathy Matters: Teaching Interventions in a Time of Intensive Inequality and Division  If interested, please send us your name, email address, institutional affiliation, issue or subject matter, name of course and degree program or educational context, and brief description of your approach to social empathy. […]

CFP / AAA 2017: “Digital Deception and the Queer Life of Data”

CFP / AAA 2017: “Digital Deception and the Queer Life of Data”  Organized by Mitali Thakor (Northwestern), Shaka McGlotten (SUNY Purchase), and Paul Michael Atienza (UIUC) Keywords: critical data studies, biometrics, intimacy, secrecy, queer studies  This panel explores questions of secrecy, exposure, and deception through intimate narratives of data. Drawing on queer media studies, science […]

AAA 2017 CFP – From Berlin to the Bay and In-Between: Queer Life In and Outside of the Gayborhood

From Berlin to the Bay and In-Between: Queer Life In and Outside of the Gayborhood Anthropologists and geographers investigating social organization among queer and LGBT people have analyzed how constructions of place and identity mutually constitute one another (Blackwood 2008; Boellstorff 2003; Gieseking 2013). The analytical and methodological approaches developed by these scholars present conceptual […]

AAA 2017 CFP: “Measurement and the Making of Markets”

AAA 2017 CFP: “Measurement and the Making of Markets” Panel Organizers: Stephanie Friede (Duke University) and Georgia Hartman (UC Irvine) This panel is concerned with the processes by which new objects of speculation come into being. Standardized systems of measurement allow goods to be abstracted from the social, political, and ecological contexts in which they […]

CFP / AAA 2017 – Taking a hard look in the mirror: decolonizing our institutions/ourselves

Taking a hard look in the mirror: decolonizing our institutions/ourselves Co-organizers: Shelly Biesel and Christina Crespo (University of Georgia) Co-Chairs: Christina Crespo and Shelly Biesel Despite that anthropologists frequently highlight injustices and power inequities in our research, turning that critical lens inward to reflect on our own behaviors and institutions proves difficult. While it is […]