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CFP - “If This World Were Mine”: High Quality Culturally Responsive and Responsible Early Childhood Programs

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31 Aug 2016

Call for Papers - Special Guest Edited Issue of Taboo: The Journal of Culture & Education
“If This World Were Mine”: High Quality Culturally Responsive and Responsible Early Childhood Programs
Guest Editors: Brian L. Wright, Ph.D. (University of Memphis), Zeynep Isik-Ercan, Ph.D., (Rowan University), Donna Y. Ford, PhD. (Vanderbilt University)

If this world were mine, I'd place at your feet, all that I own. If this world were mine,
I'd give you the flowers, the birds and the bees. If this world were mine, I'd give you anything.

CFP - Special Issue of Girlhood Studies: Technologies of Non-Violence: Re-Imagining Mobile and Social Media Practices in the Lives of Girls and Young Women

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31 Jul 2016

Technologies of Non-Violence: Re-Imagining Mobile and Social Media Practices in the Lives of Girls and Young Women
Guest Editor: Laurel Hart

Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal invites submissions for upcoming special issues. This special issue seeks to examine the ways in which the notion of technologies of non-violence might lead to a re-imagining of both urban and rural spaces as sites of networked resistance and transformation for girls and young women.

Contributions to this themed issue may address, among others, the following questions:

CFP - Seen but not Heard? The Spatial, Emotional and Material Sites of Childhood and Youth from Antiquity to Modernity

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12 Aug 2016

CFP: Seen but not Heard? The Spatial, Emotional and Material Sites of Childhood and Youth from Antiquity to Modernity
University of Sussex, Brighton
18-20 January 2017

CFP - Beyond Binaries: Exploring Children’s Lives Across Worlds

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10 Sep 2016

Beyond Binaries: Exploring Children’s Lives Across Worlds
Call for Papers for Proposed Edited Volume
(Editors: Afua Twum-Danso Imoh, Michael Bourdillon, Sylvia Meichsner and Fernanda Wanderley)

CFP - Children in a World of Opportunities: Innovations in Research, Policy and Practice

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30 Sep 2016

The Planning Committee of the International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) announces its 6th Conference "Children in a World of Opportunities: Innovations in Research, Policy and Practice" which will convene in Montreal, Canada on June 28-30, 2017.

CFP - Marvellous Imaginations: Extending Thinking through Picturebooks

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30 Jun 2016

23rd Annual NCRCL MA/IBBY UK Conference
Saturday, 5 November, 2016
Froebel College, University of Roehampton

Marvellous Imaginations - Extending Thinking through Picturebooks
Deadline Extension – New Date 30 June 2016

CFP - Genre: A Conference on Comics

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25 Jul 2016

Comics Forum 2016
Genre: A Conference on Comics
Leeds Central Library, Leeds (UK), 3 – 4 November, 2016

Confirmed keynote speaker: Hermann (winner at Angoulême 2016, and creator of Jeremiah, Comanche, The Towers of Bois-Maury, amongst others).

CFP - Monstrous Women in Comics

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1 Sep 2016

Monstrous Women in Comics: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Women in Comics and Graphic Novels
May 2017
University of North Texas, Denton
Keynote: Dr. Carol Tilley, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

CFP - Disability in Anglophone Literature

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30 Sep 2016

CFP: Panel on "Disability in Anglophone Literature"

48th Annual NeMLA Convention
Baltimore, Maryland
March 23 - 26, 2017
Institutional host: Johns Hopkins University

CFP - Global Responsibility in Youth Research

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11 Sep 2016

XV Annual Conference of Youth Studies
Global Responsibility in Youth Research
Helsinki, 7–8 November 2016

The Finnish Youth Research Network (FYRN) invites proposals for the Annual Conference of Youth Studies 2016: Global Responsibility in Youth Research.

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