CFP Journal of Global Postcolonial Studies is accepting submissions on any era, body of theory, and geographical location as they pertain to systems of inequity and exploitation.

The Journal of Global Postcolonial Studies publishes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural articles and interviews on
literature, history, politics, and art whose focus, settings, or subjects involve colonialism and its aftermath, with an emphasis
on the former British Empire.

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CFP Colonized Manuscripts: Appropriation, Dislocation and (Post-)Colonial Epistemics since the Age of Empire

Research Centre “Hamburgs (post-)colonial legacy / Hamburg and early globalization,” University of Hamburg, Germany, 6-7 February 2023.

Submissions Due: 25 September 2022

We invite academics at all points in their career as well as professionals from related fields to present their research and thoughts. Contributions from all relevant disciplines are welcome, such as history, sociology, literary and cultural studies. We invite applications on written artefacts in a broad sense, including inscriptions, rare prints and libraries from colonial contexts.

Some bursaries will be available to help with travel costs and accommodation for accepted papers. Please send an abstract of about 300 words and a short CV, by 25 September 2022, to:

Authors of approved papers will be notified and invited by November 2022.

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CFP, Special Volume, Asia Shorts: Global Anti-Asian Racism

Volume Editor: Jennifer Ho (University of Colorado Boulder); Series Editor: David Kenley (Dakota State University)

Submissions Due: 1 October 2022

This special volume of Asia Shorts will focus on “Global Anti-Asian Racism,” a phenomenon, particularly in the guise of Yellow Peril, that has endured for centuries around the globe. In Europe and the Americas, Asian immigrants and refugees are and were treated as threats to national security, as well as the society/culture of American (whether U.S., Latin American, Central American, Caribbean, or Canadian) and European people. Yellow Peril and anti-Asian racism is also found in Africa, Australia, and New Zealand—wherever Asian immigrants and refugees found themselves, anti-Asian sentiments quickly followed. In the hope that this volume will be widely adopted by specialists and non-specialists alike, as well as serve as a valuable pedagogical resource for teachers, we seek shorter submissions that range in variety—traditional academic essays that have a historical or theoretical orientation or that thematically engage in cross-comparative Asian national perspectives—as well as creative and personal pieces that delve into how people have experienced or witnessed anti-Asian racism and/or Yellow Peril from different vantage points and perspectives. 

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