CALLS for SUBMISSIONS: JAN 21 – JAN 28

  • Black Future Month: 3rd annual afrofuturism exhibition – 3015, A collective look into our distant future

Submission deadline: January 31st 2015

CALL for SUBMISSIONS

The black future month 3015 exhibition is a platform for artists who identify as black to explore the infinite expressions of afrofuturism and other expansive themes like black identify and existence in the future.

Submissions in all mediums accepted. Space is limited.
Submission deadline: January 31st 2015

Email us your submission at blackfuture3015@gmail.com

Curated by Danilo McCallum
www.blackfuturemonth.com

 


 

  • Feminist Research Group: University of Windsor – CALL FOR CONFERENCE PAPERS

The University of Windsor Feminist Research Group (FRG) is hosting a conference on
MARCH 28, 2015 at the University of Windsor showcasing graduate and undergraduate research.

Deadline: January 30, 2015

The conference will be held on the University of Windsor campus, and registration is open to all students, faculty, and community members.

The theme of the conference is Gender Based Oppressions: Roots and Solutions. As in previous years, this year’s conference theme is broad and will focus on issues pertaining to feminism and anti-oppression works and research.

We are looking for a diverse array of presentations by graduate students from any discipline that incorporate, either directly or indirectly, issues related to femininity/masculinity, gender, sexuality, feminism, and any other anti-oppression work.

A contributed presentation may be a research report, a case study, a methodological presentation, a theoretical or conceptual paper, a musical composition, or a visual presentation. Works in progress are encouraged. Presenters are encouraged to make their presentations accessible to a diverse audience (i.e., avoid jargon). Submissions are not limited to dissertation or thesis work, but are open to course term papers and other research.

We are also looking for posters and exhibits (please see below for details) by undergraduate students.

To submit a presentation for consideration, please submit the following information to http://fluidsurveys.uwindsor.ca/s/frgsubmission no later than January 30, 2015:

  • Name
  • Discipline and Program of Study (Undergraduate, MA, or PhD)
  • Contact Information (email and phone)
  • Presentation format (panel, poster, or exhibit)
  • Abstract (no more than 250 words)

Authors whose submissions are accepted to the conference will be asked to submit an extended

500 word abstract for publication in the proceedings of the 2015 Feminist Research Group Conference, along with some helpful keywords describing their work. Extended abstracts should be submitted by March 20, 2015 to frg@uwindsor.ca. Proceedings will be made available in Scholarship at UWindsor (http://scholar.uwindsor.ca) under a Creative Commons Attribution

License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

2015 FRG Conference: Presentation Formats

This year we have three possible presentation formats: Panel presentations, Poster presentations, and Exhibit sessions. Each type of presentation format is described below.

Panel presentations provide the opportunity for a group of 3-4 presenters to examine a topic from a variety of perspectives. The presentation involves a series of short presentations linked in some way around a particular issue. Each panel will be allotted approximately 75 minutes with an additional 5 to 10 minutes for questions at the end. Each panel presenter has no more than 20 minutes per presentation. Although you do not have to submit your abstract as part of a panel (i.e., we will place you in a panel), you may request to present your work with one or multiple colleagues (or someone you know who is also applying). Each panel presenter must submit one abstract that briefly summarizes the topic under investigation.

 

Poster presentations are visual displays on poster boards of a selected topic. The researcher accompanies the poster for a set period of time which provides them with an opportunity to engage in intense and active discussion with other conference participants. While posters may

not be a familiar style of presentation for all disciplines, it can be used effectively for many types of research and explorations. Individuals may present research-in-progress or completed work. Presenter(s) are expected to be available at their poster to discuss their work with other conference attendees.

 

Exhibit Sessions are for creative or artistic productions that do not conform to traditional methods of presentation (e.g., paper presentation). These forms of presentation may be live installations, musical composition, or visual art. They may also include a brief oral presentation. When you submit a proposal for an art or music presentation, please ensure that you specify the nature of your presentation and the room or space requirements as well as other information that you think is relevant to the presentation of your work.

 


 

  • Mitacs Calls for Proposals

Mitacs is pleased to offer student mobility opportunities between Canada and France. We would appreciate your help in distributing the call for proposals below to your community:

Globalink Research Award – Campus France
Globalink Research Award – Inria
Globalink Research Award – Sorbonne Universités

Funding and eligibility criteria may vary. Apply by February 27, 2015, for Inria or March 13, 2015, for Campus France and Sorbonne Universités.

Mitacs also offers the Globalink Research Award for research collaborations in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Turkey, and Vietnam. Apply by February 6, 2015, for projects starting in summer 2015.

To learn more, contact international@mitacs.ca.
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Mitacs a le plaisir d’offrir des occasions d’échange bilatéral entre le Canada et la France. Nous vous serions reconnaissants de faire circuler nos appels de propositions parmi les membres de votre communauté :

Bourse de recherche Mitacs Globalink – Campus France
Bourse de recherche Mitacs Globalink – Inria
Bourse de recherche Mitacs Globalink – Sorbonne Universités

Le financement et les critères d’admissibilité peuvent varier. Déposez votre candidature au plus tard le 27 février 2015 pour Inria ou le 13 mars 2015 pour Campus France et Sorbonne Universités.
Mitacs offre aussi le programme de bourses de recherche Globalink pour développer des collaborations de recherche au Brésil, en Chine, en Inde, au Mexique, en Turquie et au Vietnam. Présentez une demande d’ici le 6 février 2015 pour les projets débutant à l’été 2015.

Ana Majstorovic
Proposals Office
Bureau des propositions
proposalsoffice@mitacs.ca

 


  • The Call for Proposals’ deadline for the Emerging Researchers’ Symposium has been extended to February 15, 2015.  / La date de tombée de l’appel à propositions pour le Symposium des chercheurs émergents à été reportée au 15 février 2015.

Art history – anthropology – architecture – computer science – collecting – cd-rom & dvd creation – cultural studies – curating – cyberfeminism – documentation – ethnography – film studies – history of science – history of technology – image science – interaction – interculturalism – media archaeology – media art – media studies – museum direction – museum exhibit creation – nano arts – performance – photography – pop culture – presence research – preservation – psychology – robotics – scenography – science writing – semiotics – sociology – sound studies – supercomputing – teaching – theatre – videography – visual culture

The next edition of the prestigious Media Art History – MAH Re-Create 2015 conference will be hosted by Hexagram in Montreal (Quebec, Canada), November 5 to 8.

In tandem with this conference, a committee of students is organizing a one-day symposium on November 4th for international and local emerging researchers who wish to attend the main conference, while also having an opportunity to present their research and practice, to exchange ideas with peers and receive feedback from experts in related areas.

The Re-Create 2015 Emerging Researchers’ Symposium is accepting proposals until February 15. The call, including themes and submission procedures, is available here http://emergingresearchers-mah2015.org

For inquiries related to the Emerging Researchers’ Symposium, contact Cécile Martin at emergingresearchers.mah2015@gmail.com

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anthropologie – archéologie des médias – architecture – arts médiatiques – arts nano – cd-rom et création de DVD – collection – commissariat – création d’exposition muséale – culture pop – culture visuelle – cyberféminisme – direction muséale – documentation – enseignement – ethnographie – études cinématographiques – études culturelles – études des médias – études sonores – histoire de l’art – histoire des sciences – histoire de la technologie – informatique – interaction – interculturalisme – performance – photographie – préservation – psychologie – recherche de présence – rédaction scientifique – robotique – scénographie – science de l’image – sémiotique – sociologie – supercalculateurs – théâtre – vidéographie
Hexagram sera l’hôte de la prochaine édition du prestigieux colloque des Media Art Histories – MAH Re-Create 2015 qui se tiendra à Montréal (Québec, Canada), du 5 au 8 novembre.

Dans le cadre de ce colloque, un comité formé d’étudiants organise un symposium d’une journée le 4 novembre, dédié aux chercheurs émergents internationaux et locaux qui souhaiteraient participer à Re-Create 2015, tout en ayant l’opportunité de présenter leur recherche et leur pratique, d’échanger avec d’autres étudiants et de recevoir les commentaires de spécialistes.

L’appel à propositions pour Re-Create 2015 Symposium des chercheurs émergents se poursuit jusqu’au 15 février. Vous le retrouverez à l’hyperlien http://emergingresearchers-mah2015.org/index_fr.html ainsi que la description des thèmes et des procédures de soumission.

Pour toute question concernant le Symposium des chercheurs émergents, veuillez contacter Cécile Martin à l’adresse courriel emergingresearchers.mah2015@gmail.com


  • Sociology and Anthropology : Call for Submissions

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
Applied Sociology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Collective Behavior, Comparative Sociology, Conflict Theory, Criminology/Criminal Justice, Critical Management Studies, Cultural Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Environmental Sociology, Feminist Sociology, Future Studies, Human Ecology, Interactionism, Linguistic Anthropology, Philosophical Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Social Economy, Social Philosophy, Social Policy, Social Psychology, Social Research,

High Visibility
All published papers can be indexed by the following well-known bibliographic databases: EBSCO A-Z, JournalTOCs, J-Gate, Google Scholar, WorldCat etc.

Submission Details
Manuscripts can be submitted via Online Manuscript Tracking System or send your manuscripts to us via email at submission@hrpub.org.

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