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Due Sep 15 | CPF – 16th Annual CUNY IT Conference

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
CUNY’s 16th Annual IT Conference
Thursday and Friday, November 30 and December 1
@ John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Instructional/Information Technology in CUNY: Opening Access

The escalating costs of higher education—both tuition and the collateral expenses of textbooks and course materials—have widespread effects. With the announcement of the Excelsior Scholarship and new funding to develop Open Educational Resources, CUNY is poised to ease financial barriers to college for even more students than we already serve. And yet “access” to higher education is a complex issue that extends far beyond the mere costs of attendance to adequately meeting student needs. “Access” includes ADA compliance, access to course materials and devices used for digital materials, Internet access, access to campus spaces and services, access to faculty and community, and more. CUNY’s 16th Annual IT Conference will examine the complex and evolving relationship between technology and manifold issues of access to higher education. (more…)

Extended deadline: Aug 31 | CPF – Peripheral Matters Graduate Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS

An Interdisciplinary Conference

October 27, 2017

 

Department of Comparative Literature

The Graduate Center, CUNY

New York, NY

 

While often conceived of as a mere edge, a periphery is, etymologically, a space that encircles and contains. Historically, this constitutive ambiguity has led to an impoverished notion of periphery in which what occurs on the edge has often been considered only secondarily. Such a subordination is the result of a centrifugal movement from a purportedly dominant center towards an allegedly chaotic outskirt, a periphery that becomes merely the receptacle of outcast entities: whether individuals, social groups, or cultural narratives at large. (more…)

April 12-15 | 49th NEMLA Annual Convention

April 12-15, 2018 Pittsburgh, PA
“Global Spaces, Local Landscapes and Imagined Worlds”

Local Host Institution: University of Pittsburgh
Hotel:Omni William Penn
Propose sessions here by April 29, 2017
Submit abstacts here by September 30, 2017

Registration will open here in October 2017
Schedule will be available to search and download before the convention

The 49th Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association will meet April 12 to 15, 2018, and will feature approximately 400 sessions, as well as dynamic speakers and cultural events. Every year, this event affords NeMLA’s principal opportunity to carry on a tradition of lively research and pedagogical exchange in language and literature.

The theme of this year’s convention is “Global Spaces, Local Landscapes and Imagined Worlds.” We seek to examine the concept of spaces: their appropriation and occupation, the demarcation of borders, processes of inclusivity and exclusivity, as well as reproductive processes related to the creation of worlds—real, fantastic, and imagined. Pittsburgh, a city whose recent cultural explosion attracts visitors from around the United States and the world, provides the ideal backdrop for such thoughtprovoking topics.

This year’s NeMLA convention will take place at the Omni William Penn. Opened in 1916, this historic Pittsburgh landmark provides luxurious accommodations in the very heart of the city.

For more details, see www.nemla.org

 

May 8 | CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference

More details here: CUNY Institute for Health Equity Conference-Call for Posters

 

Deadline April 14 | CFP: Activism and the Intersectional Internet

Activism and the Intersectional Internet: Power and Resistance

A half-day symposium hosted by the GC Digital Fellows

May 17, 2017, The Martin E. Segal Theatre, The Graduate Center, CUNY

CALL FOR PAPERS

Deadline for submissions: Friday, April 14th, 2017

The GC Digital Fellows invite submissions for inclusion in a half-day symposium on digital activism that brings together designers, software developers, community organizers and scholars to discuss the possibilities and limitations of digital activism — past and present — and its relationship to offline grassroots efforts. From social media networks to e-mail to websites, the Internet and digital technologies are deployed both as a tool to organize and amplify activists’ resistance efforts, as well as a site of state and corporate control and surveillance.

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Due Mar 10 | CFP – “Mapping the Discursive Landscape Conference”

Call for Participants: “Mapping the Discursive Landscape Conference” by the Bodies and Arguments Across Borders Working Group (more…)

Extended deadline April 5 | CFP – Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture (Issue 10)

Shift, Issue 10, Call for Papers

Extended submission deadline: April 5, 2017

http://shiftjournal.org

Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture welcomes academic papers, exhibition and book reviews, translations of important texts into English, as well as other texts—of traditional or experimental format— addressing issues relevant to our visual and material world from current graduate students. (more…)

Inviting Contributions to Visible Pedagogy’s Teach@CUNY Series

The Teaching and Learning Center invites members of the CUNY community to contribute to Visible Pedagogy’s “Teach@CUNY Series,“ which spotlights actual assignments, activities, and approaches being used in CUNY classrooms. (more…)

Due Feb 24 | CPF – Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Theory Workshop: Methods?

Methods?: A Workshop on Methodology, Field Research, and Theory”

Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Theory Workshop: Methods?

April 6, 2017, The Graduate Center

Room 5414, All Day

Hosted by SPTSA: Social and Political Theory Graduate Student Association

About the Workshop/Mini Conference

The Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Workshop/Mini Conference on Theory, sponsored by the Social and Political Theory Student Association (SPTSA), will bring together GC students from different disciplines and perspectives to explore what it means to “do” theory. Its objectives are threefold. (more…)

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