Deadline: 19 October 2020
The Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies (Dutch Journal of Gender Studies) is a forum for scholarly research on gender in relation to other social categories such as ethnicity, sexuality, class, and age. The journal aims to contribute to debates about gender and diversity in the Netherlands and Flanders as an interdisciplinary medium operating at the intersection of social sciences, the humanities, health sciences, life sciences and STEM. The journal publishes articles, essays, columns, interviews, reviews, summaries of dissertations and conference reports in English and Dutch. We publish four issues per year.
The third edition of the International Conference of Computational and Corpus Linguistics (LCC, in Spanish) will take place from 21 to 23 October 2020. The conference is organised by the University of Antioquia in collaboration with the University of Groningen. The conference will also feature contributions on Computational Literary Studies.
Deadline | 1 november 2020
De Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde, gevestigd te Leiden, werd in 1766 opgericht als een vereniging van letterkundigen, taalkundigen en historici. De Maatschappij heeft als doel de beoefening van de schone letteren en de studie van de Nederlandse taal- en letterkunde, geschied- en oudheidkunde in hun onderlinge samenhang te bevorderen. Vanaf 2019 reikt de Maatschappij fellowships uit aan maximaal twee onderzoekers per jaar.
This collection rethinks crisis in relation to critique through the prism of various declared ‘crises’ in the Mediterranean: the refugee crisis, the Eurozone crisis, the Greek debt crisis, the Arab Spring, the Palestinian question, and others. With contributions from cultural, literary, film, and migration studies and sociology, this book shifts attention from Europe to the Mediterranean as a site not only of intersecting crises, but a breeding ground for new cultures of critique, visions of futurity, and radical imaginaries shaped through or against frameworks of crisis.
The Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies invites abstracts for articles for its 2021 Spring issue. As this is a general issue there is no subject limitation, provided that the article problematizes gender. The journal favors submissions that touch upon current debates in the Netherlands and/or Belgium or that include case studies that are relevant for Dutch and Flemish academic fields.
26 August 2020
OSL would like to congratulate Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, who was awarded the 2020 International Booker Prize for their debut novel The Discomfort of Evening (transl. Michele Hutchison). They are the first Dutch author, and the youngest author ever to receive this prestigious award.
Online Early Career Conference | 4-6 June 2021
The Princeton University’s Fung Global Fellows Program, the International Comparative Literature Association, and Princeton University Press are organizing an online early career conference for June 4-6, 2021. The conference joins theoretical issues addressed by scholars and editors with practical workshops in global publishing led by publishers from the US and other parts of the world. We expect this conference will break new ground intellectually as its practical publishing sessions offer information and advice to the next generation of scholars who face the ongoing challenges of a shrinking job market and complex publishing landscape.
Amsterdam | 9-11 June 2021
The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS) welcomes proposals from scholars and cultural practitioners for the NIAS Conference from 9-11 June 2021
The overarching theme of this interdisciplinary 3-day conference is studies of belonging. The definition of ‘studies of belonging’ will deliberately remain open as this concept can apply to a vast range of social, historical, material, cultural, psychological, juridical, social geographical, and economic phenomena.
10th September at 16:00 (Groningen Time)
Universidad de la Frontera (UFRO) and Universidad Austral de Chile (UACH) have recently created the Pablo Valdivia Chair of Communication, Humanities and Technology ascribed to the National PhD Program in Communication and Culture.
De deadline voor nominaties is 15 oktober 2020
De inschrijftermijn voor de Jan Brouwer Scriptieprijzen 2021 is geopend! Nominaties kunnen uitsluitend digitaal worden ingediend, via het formulier op de website van de KHMW.