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  • Call for Papers: SPEAKING AS THE 'OTHER': CALLIOPE International Conference, University of Helsinki: 10-12 May 2021  
    Uploaded by Esha Sil on 14 October 2020.

    Call for Papers: SPEAKING AS THE 'OTHER': CALLIOPE International Conference, University of Helsinki: 10-12 May 2021

    SPEAKING AS THE ‘OTHER’: Coloniality, Subalternity, and Embodied Political Articulations

    (late 18th – early 20th centuries)

    10-12 May 2021

    Live in Helsinki and online

    This multidisciplinary conference seeks to examine performative, embodied and acoustic histories of articulating political representation and colonial ‘otherness’. To that end, we intend to extend the focus of the conference beyond established Anglophone analyses of the metropole and colony, and indeed, beyond the disciplinary pre-eminence of Anglophone postcolonial studies. 

    The conference is planned to be held live at Metsätalo Lecture Hall 4, Unioninkatu 40, University of Helsinki, and online.

    For further details, including the full text of the CFP, please have a look at the conference website:

    Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words for 20-minute individual papers, and 500 words for panels or roundtables, along with a brief biographical note of participants (2-3 sentences max), via the following link:

    The deadline for the receipt of abstracts is 21st November 2020. Candidates will be notified of the outcome of their submissions by 16th December 2020.

    Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

    Arthur Asseraf (University of Cambridge), Barnita Bagchi (Utrecht University), Ananya Jahanara Kabir (King's College London), and Sophie White (University of Notre Dame) 

    Special session:

    'Le Thinnai Kreyol': Ari Gautier in conversation with Ananya Jahanara Kabir

    Musical intermezzo:

    Sergio Andrés Castrillón A. (University of Helsinki)


    The CALLIOPE Team

    'CALLIOPE: Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire', funded by the European Research Council (ERC)

    Department of Cultures

    University of Helsinki




  • Health Humanities Tenure-track position, specialization in Disability Studies  
    Uploaded by Kathryn Chew on 17 September 2019.

    The Comparative World Literature program at CSULB is excited to announce a new tenure-track position. We are looking for a colleague whose research is in the medical or health humanities and who could teach courses in our health humanities minor (that we are constructing at this very moment), such as Literature and Medicine. We are particularly interested in someone who could create a course in Disability Studies that would be cross-listed with the Sociology department. This position is housed entirely in Comparative World Literature. Please find the position description attached below. We would be grateful if you would post our advertisement and / or forward it to any promising candidates. Thank you for helping us to get the word out!

    The job description is attached and also available here: