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FOSTERING CIVIL CONVERSATION

Scott Bader-Saye, acting dean of the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, will bring an important conversation to Abilene in September.

Bader-Saye will lead a conference Sept. 381 more words

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CfP: American Literature Association Conference

If you’re in the New Mexico area and/or can get there for this Symposium coming up in November, check it out! Also, the Latina/o/x Literature and Culture Society can organize 1-2 sessions for this symposium, so if interested in doing so or finding out more, please email Cristina Herrera, LLCS current chair of our society and dean of the universe, at cherrera@mail.fresnostate.edu… 738 more words

Literature

WorldCon 76 - Day 2

My second day at WorldCon 76 was busy! A day full of panels and moderating my own panel at the end of the day means I was utterly knackered by the time I dragged my ass back home. 631 more words

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Time’s ticking in August

Isn’t it amazing how this year has galloped away? Or is it just me?

August is past the half-way mark and I’m just reminding you of a couple of timelines. 374 more words

Family History

WorldCon "Asexuality in Fandom" Recs

At the “Asexuality in Fandom” panel at WorldCon 76, we talked a lot about representation in media. As promised, here are the ace/aro umbrella recs suggested by panelists and audience members. 179 more words

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Haskap Workshop at CSHS 2018: Time Running Out for Pre-registration

The Canadian Society for Horticultural Science (CSHS) Annual Conference will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario this year!

Several special symposia will be held during the conference, including a… 71 more words

Call for Papers: The Second Global Carework Summit

The Second Global Carework Summit
June 9-11, 2019
Toronto, Ontario

The Carework Network is organizing a three-day conference to bring together carework researchers from across disciplines and across the globe. 299 more words

Calls For Papers