The Poetics and Politics of Remembering and Giving Voice: New Perspectives on Diane Glancy's Work

American Studies, American university press with a strong interest in the aesthetics and politics of Native American literature/cultural production

Reflecting on her Cherokee background, Diane Glancy writes about her great-grandfather in her most recently published essay “Unpapered” (UNPAPERED: Writers Consider Native American Identity and Cultural Belonging, edited by Diane Glancy and Linda Rodriguez, University of...

Edited Volume on African American Religious History

African American religious history is a vibrant field with a historiographical lineage dating back to the late nineteenth century and its genealogy transcends the geographical borders of the United States of America. From W.E.B. Du Bois’s and Carter G. Woodson’s reflections on “the Negro church...

Saint Francis, Lepers, and COVID

Interdisciplinary, https://ethicspress.com/

Call for Papers for a forthcoming edited collection, Pandemic Reflections: Saint Francis and the Lepers Catch Up with COVID 

To be...

Indigenous Studies

Visual Arts, SUNY Old Westbury (USA)

The editor of a new book is seeking contributions by artists and scholar/writers that address: the politics of the extractive industries on Indigenous lands of the Americas; the responses made by artists, writers, activists to the appropriation and misuse of indigenous land...

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