Category Archives: CFP

Beyonce & the New Niggerati

Fitts Ward, Mako. “Queen Bey and the New Niggerati: Ethics of Individualism in the Appropriation of Black Radicalism”, Black Camera, Vol. 9, No. 1 (Fall 2017), pp. 146-163: ABSTRACT: This essay explores the contributions of Beyoncé to what I call … Continue reading

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Occupying Disability: Critical Approaches to Community, Justice, and Decolonizing Disability

At this point in time, PoMo academia is beyond parody. Occupying Disability: Critical Approaches to Community, Justice, and Decolonizing Disability is a book edited by Pamela Block, Nick Pollard, Devwa Kasnitz, and Akemi Nishida. This book explores the concept of … Continue reading

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CFP: Interdisciplinary Resistance to Nationalist Borders

A CFP for radical pomo resistance! #NeverTrump! #MeToo! #OtherRandomHashtags! deadline for submissions: March 1, 2018 full name / name of organization: Contention: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest contact email: jbutcher@ccga.edu Contention Special Edition Proposal Editors: Jeffrey Butcher and Michael Noschka … Continue reading

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CFP: (Un-)Boundedness: On Mobility and Belonging

It’s time for a little CFP humor. This one is so full of impenetrable language and pomo cliches — especially the liberal use of conspicuously-placed hyphens, bracket[s], and (odd) parentheses. It’s almost indistinguishable from something spit out by the Postmodern … Continue reading

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CFP: Post-Black but not Post-Race. Got that?

It’s time for CFP, where we check-in to see what trendy claptrap our contemporary Humanitites professoriate are preoccupying themselves (and young college kids) with. Today’s installment: 50 Years after the Civil Rights Act: Post-Black but not Post-Race Event: 04/03/2014 – … Continue reading

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Within academia today, the Calls For Papers (CFP) in humanities areas are still as hilariously pomo as they were in the early ’90s. It’s still difficult to tell apart a real pomo abstract vs. something spit out by the Postmodern … Continue reading

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