Category Archives: CFP

CFP: UNM Art History Graduate Journal Extended Deadline

From The University of New Mexico’s Art History Graduate Journal, Hemisphere :

The University of New Mexico’s Art History Graduate Journal, Hemisphere, has extended the deadline for submissions. 

Attached is the Call for Papers for the 14th Volume of Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas. “ Women in the Americas: Makers, Patrons, and Consumers.”

Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas is an annual publication produced by graduate students affiliated with the Department of Art at the University of New Mexico. 


From the Archaeological Institute of America website:

The 2023 Annual Meeting is currently scheduled to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana from January 5-8. At this time the AIA is accepting submissions for all presentation types. The overall format of the meeting has not yet been determined. Over the past two years new ways of holding conferences have emerged and we are surveying past attendees to evaluate which options work best. Updated information will be posted as it becomes available.

New for 2023! For the 2023 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, the Program for the Annual Meeting Committee especially encourages the submission of organized sessions, papers, or posters that bring the archaeology of the Mediterranean world into conversation with that of the Americas and other regions. These sessions will be highlighted in the program with the header, “Archaeologies in Dialogue: Thinking Across Boundaries.” We also welcome sessions restricted to a specific region or time-period and hope that these will continue to be prominently represented in the meeting program.

We strongly encourage submitters to review the Call for Papers and submission forms prior to submitting. Please note that all submissions must be made using the online forms. The submission deadlines are:

  • FIRST DEADLINE – EXTENDED (April 3/April 17 with $25 fee): For all colloquia, any joint AIA/SCS sessions, and any open-session submissions needing an early decision to acquire a visa or obtain funding.
  • SECOND DEADLINE (August 7/August 21 with $25 fee): For workshops, open session paper and posters submissions, and any provisionally accepted colloquia and workshops that are resubmitting.
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2022: This deadline is applicable to all Lightning Session and Roundtable submissions.

CFP: Session 17. “Affective landscape and rational identities: sensory approaches in landscape archaeology”

From the International Association of Landscape Archaeology:

Landscapes are unique archives of human fingerprints and environmental processes. A long tradition of archaeological research has elucidated key developments of human landscapes, from the longevity of agricultural expansion in temperate regions to creative responses to serendipitous climate extremes in the Mediterranean basin, to mention but two important examples. As landscape archaeology deepens and widens knowledge of the past, so do the challenges of disentangling the complexities of the human-environment nexus: socio-ecological processes, actors, and impacts operate at multiple spatial and temporal scales; the importance of baseline and reference datasets to characterize natural versus anthropogenic conditions, processes, and outputs. Furthermore, most of the theories and practices of landscape archaeology have developed in and for temperate environments, making their applications to other biogeographic settings not straightforward. Methodological advances in the extraction and study of multiple proxies, from organic and inorganic sources to remotely sensed records and nano-scale markers, are expanding resolution and detail at an unprecedented level. However, these advances also introduce new challenges: which methods to integrate to investigate what and where. Recent applications combining geomorphological, geophysical, bio-geo- archaeological analyses have proven robust and effective in examining archives and deciphering landscapes’ evolution under human influence. To push research, we call for contributions that illustrate the potentials, challenges, and frontiers of multi-proxy methods and multi-scalar analysis in profiling human landscapes throughout time. Looking at landscapes as archives, specific topics to be addressed include (1) Baseline and reference data; (2) Context versus scale; and (3) Trends versus anomalies.

Submission form

CFP: 2022 Brandeis Annual Graduate Conference

From the Brandeis Classical Studies Department Graduate Student Representatives:

Call for Papers!

“Ancient Worlds, Embodied: Identity, Society and the Human Body in Antiquity”

Department of Classical Studies, Brandeis University

Annual Graduate Conference

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Debby Sneed, Lecturer at California State University, Long Beach

Conference Date: April 8th – 9th, 2022

The Department of Classical Studies at Brandeis University invites submissions of abstracts for our Annual Graduate Student Conference. This year’s conference will provide a platform for the exploration of ideas related to the human body through the examination of textual, visual and material evidence from the ancient world. The intention of this conference is to engage with the human body through a range of disciplines as it impacted societies in antiquity. Graduate students of any field in the humanities and social sciences are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration, some relevant fields are: Art History, Anthropology, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature, Disability Studies, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies.

Possible paper topics include, but are not limited to:

– The depiction and reception of bodies in ancient visual and textual cultures

– Beauty, desire, and sexuality in the ancient world

– Investigation of social, cultural, gender, or religious identities in antiquity

– History of health, medicine, and disability

– Scientific approaches to the body (bioanthropology, ethnoarchaeology, etc.)

– Athleticism, sport, and competition

– The modern reception of ancient works related to the body

Submissions must be original, single-authored works by current graduate students. Papers should be 15 minutes in length, followed by a 5 minute question-and-answer session. At present, the conference will be held in a hybrid format, with in-person presentations held on Friday, April 8th and virtual presentations on Saturday, April 9th. If interested in participating, please submit an abstract for consideration (no more than 300 words), a paper title, and a current CV to [email protected]. In the body of your email, please specify if you are interested in presenting your paper in either a virtual or in-person format. The submission deadline for abstracts is February 18, 2022.  Selected presenters will be notified by March 4, 2022. Please direct any questions about the conference or submission process to Kelly Ahrens, Ella Hathaway and Carlee Unger at [email protected].


You are invited to attend and participate in the International Conference on Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology (ICEMST) and International Conference on Research in Education and Science (ICRES) which will take place at the Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Antalya Hotel on March 24-27, 2022 in Antalya, TURKEY. The aim of the conference is to offer opportunities to share your ideas, to discuss theoretical and practical issues and to connect with the leaders in the fields of education, social sciences and engineering, science, technology.

Accommodation is free for all participants during the three nights of March 24-27, 2022. The participants will stay in a double room. Please let us know if you want to share your room with a friend or colleague who registers for the conference as a participant or listener. Otherwise, the conference organizing committee will assign the rooms to participants based on their gender.

The conference is organized annually by the International Society for Technology, Education, and Science (ISTES).

The conference has a virtual presentation option. Virtual participants will receive presentation certificates and their papers will appear in program, abstract, and proceedings books like with our face-to-face conferences. Participants will receive all conference documents (Conference Program Book, Conference Abstract Book, Certificate of Participation, and Proceedings Book) digitally.

Abstract submission deadline: February 28, 2022.

Please register and submit your abstract (proposal) first. There is no format for proposal submissions. The abstract (proposal) will added to the submission panel in your conference account. If your proposal is accepted for presentation, then you may upload your full paper for publication in the proceedings, one of the conference journals or annual book. The full paper template is available in the Paper Guidelines menu.

The conferences invites submissions which address the theory, research or applications in all disciplines of education and social sciences. Conferences are organized for:

  • Faculty members in all disciplines of education and social sciences
  • Graduate students
  • K-12 administrators
  • Teachers
  • Principals
  • All interested in education and social sciences

After the peer-reviewing process, the full papers will be published in the proceedings, annual book, or one of the sponsor journals, and submitted to the related indexes/databases. The publications affiliated with ISTES Organization are indexed or listed by the following sources: Web of Science, Scopus, ERIC. ISTES books on education and social sciences have been accepted for SCOPUS coverage from 2020 onwards.

Best regards,

Prof. Dr. Mack Shelley, Iowa State University, USA
Prof. Dr. Wenxia WU, George Washington University, USA

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