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Full-time, one-year position for the 2019-20 Academic Year. The University anticipates conducting a search for a tenure-track position beginning in the Fall of 2020.
Course load is 24 credits (12 credits each semester-usually 4 three-credit courses) over the academic year
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Feminist and Q***r Theories (1 prep each semester)
Ethnic Studies: Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Race and Popular Culture, Ethnic Studies Senior Seminar (2-3 preps each semester)
the candidate should be on campus, with the possibility of doing one (1) on - line course
Minimum of a master's degree, preference for Ph.D. or ABD.
Deadline: June 4, 2019
Please submit c.v. to Fred Lee [email protected] and Mary Jo Klinker [email protected]
Cultural Studies Association (CSA) 2019 Conference
May 30-June 1, 2019, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
The Working Group on Globalization and Culture of the Cultural Studies Association would like to invite submissions for the 17th Annual Meeting of the Cultural Studies Association (U.S.), at to be held on May 30-June 1, 2019 at the campus of Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. We welcome a wide range of papers addressing the broad nexus between globalization and culture. This year we aim to constitute at least two panels:
General Call: The first is an open call for papers for a panel on Globalization and Culture broadly conceived. We invite interdisciplinary papers that explore the relationships among circuits of production and consumption, the movement of people, social inequalities and collective identities, globalizations from “above” and “below,” new/emerging media and technologies, transnationalism, and cultural industries. In addition, proposals broadly addressing any aspect of globalization and culture are most welcome.
Theme Panel: The second will focus on the conference theme of Performance, Politics, Power. We seek interdisciplinary papers that pull from philosophy, sociology, economics, political science, literature, critical pedagogy and/or cultural studies, among others. Topics could include, but are not limited to:
● Performing Global Cultural Studies research/methodologies
● Teaching Global Studies
● Global trends in politics (e.g. performance of nationalism/nativism/strongmen leaders, performance of state power, military parades, state-run media, etc.)
● Transnational protests (e.g. signs, movements of people, connections among movements, social media, etc.)
● Performance of trolls, disinformation campaigns, hackers, bots, etc. on social/digital media
● Art as intervention (e.g. murals, performance, music, etc.)
● Gendered performance within and/or across cultural spaces
● Global performance of everyday life and identity
● Religious performance (e.g. rituals, confessions, holidays, prayer, institutionalization, etc.)
Submissions can either be an individual paper, or pre-constituted panel and are due on Monday, December 3, 2018 through the Cultural Studies Association website. Please follow the Easy Chair submission guidelines and instructions found on the CSA Conference Registration page. All proposals should be submitted through Easy Chair using the following link:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=csa2019 Note: You do not have to be a current member to submit. If your proposal is accepted, you must become a current member of the CSA and register for the conference. These are two separate transactions.
Travel grants are available for partial reimbursement to graduate and advanced undergraduate students who present their papers. See: http://www.culturalstudiesassociation.org/content.asp…
Please contact the Co-Chairs of the Globalization and Culture Working Group, Cecilia “Lia” Uy-Tioco ([email protected]) and Kathalene “Katy” Razzano ([email protected]), for any questions.
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(p.s. I think I am picking Dialectic of Enlightenment)
The first stand-alone interdisciplinary Ph.D. in cultural studies in the United States, the program
in cultural studies in the United States, the program at George Mason draws on the expertise of faculty in ten disciplines, centers, and programs. Special strengths of the program include gender/s*xuality, film and media, and cultural and political economy. Available concentrations run the gamut of cultural topics: African-American studies, early modern literatures, Latin American modernities, contemporary museum studies, and popular culture.
Yesterday, the Cultural Studies Ph.D. Program welcomed Professors Charisse Burden-Stelly of Wayne State University and Jodi Dean of Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY to give a talk on their new book, "Organize, Fight, Win: Black Communist Women's Political Writing."
The link below will direct you to a new page where the Zoom talk is stored. Enjoy their talk!
Please join us live on Facebook this Thursday, November 17 at 4:30PM for our final colloquium of the fall 2022 semester! The Cultural Studies Program welcomes Charisse Burden-Stelly of Wayne State University and Jodi Dean of Hobart and William Smith College. Tune in!
Please join the Cultural Studies Ph.D. Program this Thursday at 4:30PM for our next colloquium event featuring Professor Vivek Chibber from New York University. The talk start at 4:30PM and be live streamed on Facebook Live!
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Join the Cultural Studies Program this Thursday as it welcomes our next speaker in our colloquium series, Professor John Clegg from Lund University.
Cultural Studies Colloquium feat. Prof. Joanna Wuest
"State, Economy, and Social Justice" by Professor Joanna Wuest of Mount Holyoke College.
We are proud to announce the line-up of our Cultural Studies Colloquium this Fall! Join us at our colloquium talks Thursdays at 4:30 PM on the Fairfax campus or on this space via Facebook Live, as well as on Zoom (watch out for our flyers for links to the individual talks). Many thanks to our sponsors, who help us make this extraordinary series of events possible!
Student Spotlight: Austin Gallas defends his Dissertation
Congratulations to Austin Gallas, who successfully defended his dissertation over the summer! We've asked Austin to reflect on his time in the Cultural Studies PhD Program and the trajectory of his research: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17779
Student Spotlight: Austin Gallas defends his Dissertation Congratulations to Austin, who successfully defended his dissertation over the summer. We have asked him to reflect on his time in the Cultural...
Cultural Studies alumnus Robert Gehl has published a new book! Co-authored with Sean T. Lawson, Social Engineering: How Crowdmasters, Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls Created a New Form of Manipulative Communication is available in Open Access! Read more: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17712
Congrats to Cultural Studies Professor and CHR Director Alison Landsberg, who presented her current research this summer in the Media Aesthetics Workshop of the Department of Media and Communication at the University of Oslo!
Exciting opportunity for Cultural Studies folks! Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota is calling for papers for a graduate conference on “Culture and Theory in Reactionary Times." Abstracts due 9/1, 11:59PM CDT. Read the CFP here: https://cla.umn.edu/cscl/news-events/events/2022-graduate-conference-culture-and-theory-reactionary-times
Many thanks to all participants in our last Cultural Studies Colloquium event of the school year, the student-organized two-part panel on Society in the Time of COVID-19!
In a second round of presentations, Cultural Studies PhD students Terilee Edwards-Hewitt, Carl Leak, and Pavithra Suresh explored in their research the myriad ways of Chronicling and Coping in the Pandemic.
Some impressions from the first panel of today's two-part Cultural Studies SOC Interdisciplinary Conference: Society in the Time of COVID-19. We heard fascinating talks on Covid in the Carribean from PhD students Shauna Rigaud, May Santiago, and Ayondela McDole.
Join us this Thursday for an interdisciplinary conference on the theme of Society in the Time of COVID-19! Presented by the GMU Cultural Studies Student Organizing Committee (SOC), in two different panels Cultural Studies PhD students will reflect on the experiences of living through the coronavirus pandemic. https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13412
Cultural Studies faculty member Alison Landsberg will give a Keynote Address at this week's International Network for Theory of History (INTH) network conference! Read more here: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17457
Many thanks to Christopher Nealon, John Dewey Professor of English at Johns Hopkins University, and this week's guest of our Cultural Studies Colloquium! He gave us a preview of his current work on Marxism and humanism in a talk titled "Afterlives of Anticommunism."
We hope you can join us tomorrow at the Cultural Studies Colloquium, where we will welcome Christopher Nealon, John Dewey Professor of English at Johns Hopkins University, for his talk "Afterlives of Anticommunism." https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13023
Listen to Episode 10 of Second Nature, in which PhD student Carl Leak interviews Amaka Okechukwu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University, about her research at the intersection of collective action and racial justice, as well as urban spatial politics. Tune it at the podcast platform of your choice or simply follow the link: https://anchor.fm/second-nature/episodes/Episode-10-Spring-2022-Colloquium-Series-w-Dr--Amaka-Okechukwu-e1h6b3g
Congratulations to Cultural Studies PhD candidate Austin Gallas, who has just published an article in the Journal of the History of Sexuality on the space of the taxi in the s*xual economy of wartime prohibition in New York City! Read more: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17407
We received a lot of interest in our panel discussion Critical Studies of Race in Dubious Times, presented in association with the Film and Media Studies Minor in the English Department @ George Mason University and AAUPMason. Thanks to all participants for their insights!
Join us tomorrow, April 15 at 10:30 AM! Critical Studies of Race in Dubious Times - A Cultural Studies zoom panel discussion. Registration is free: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13361
Thanks to our partners, the Film and Media Studies Minor of the English Department @ George Mason University and AAUPMason!
Episode 9: Faculty Spotlight w/ Dr. Hatim El-Hibri by Second Nature
Today, a new episode of our Second Nature podcast has dropped! Listen to host May Santiago interview Cultural Studies affiliate faculty Dr. Hatim El-Hibri about his 2021 book Visions of Beirut, his research process, the idea of concealment and how it relates to visual culture and politics, and what he hopes his book inspires other scholars to investigate within their own fields. https://anchor.fm/second-nature/episodes/Episode-9-Faculty-Spotlight-w-Dr--Hatim-El-Hibri-e1gqkjc
Episode 9: Faculty Spotlight w/ Dr. Hatim El-Hibri by Second Nature In another Faculty Spotlight on Second Nature, we speak with Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies, Hatim El-Hibri, about his 2021 book, Visions of Beirut: The Urban Life of Media Infrastructure. In this interview, Dr. El-Hibri discusses the themes of his book, his research process, the idea...
Great news! Cultural Studies faculty member Alex Monea publishes his book The Digital Closet! Read more: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17337
Many thanks to Katherine Hite, Professor of Political Science at Vassar College, for her talk "Memory Activism in the Battle for the Story of Texas" at yesterday's Cultural Studies Colloquium! Keep up to date on our next colloquium dates at https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/colloquium
Check out our interview with Dave on his research and his fellowship at the George Mason Center for Humanities Research: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17175
Today's CHR Residential Fellow Research Talk was given by PhD Candidate David Zeglen. His presentation, “The Utopianism of ‘Primitive’ Communism,” introduced us to a portion of his larger project, "Uneven and Combined Cultures: The Temporal Ideologies of Modes of Production."
TOMORROW (4/1), join us at this exciting panel on the pasts/presents/futures of climate justice! Hosted by George Mason Center for Humanities Research and the Mason Insitute for a Sustainable Earth, and featuring a remarkable group of scholars in Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, Jamie Haverkamp, and Kai Bosworth. Register to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-justice-pastspresentsfutures-co-hosted-by-masons-chr-and-ise-tickets-273015054377
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Memory Activism and the Battle for the Story of Texas."
Join us this Thursday at the Cultural Studies Colloquium with our guest Katherine Hite, Professor of Political Science on the Frederick Ferris Thompson Chair and Faculty Director of Research Development at Vassar College! https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13021
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Memory Activism and the Battle for the Story of Texas." Thursday, March 31, 2022 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT: Join us at the Cultural Studies Colloquium as we welcome Katherine Hite, Professor of Political...
Cultural Studies PhD candidate Ayondela McDole on the grounds of the Chipman Center in Salisbury, MD, where she collaborates with a group of Mason students and faculty in a restoration project into the history of community life of a former African American business and entertainment district. Read more here: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17211
Faculty and students from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA are in Salisbury this week with the goal of discovering the rich history that lies right here on the shore. Tune in tonight at 10 and 11 for more from Javari Burnett - 47ABC.
Thanks to David Arditi, Cultural Studies alum and Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Arlington, for the engaging talk at our Cultural Studies Colloquium!
Congratulations to Cultural Studies PhD candidate Pavithra Suresh, who was just named a residential research fellow at Mason's Center for Humanities Research in Fall 2022! Read more here: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17192
Congratulations to Cultural Studies PhD candidate Dave Zeglen, who has been awarded a residential research fellowship this semester at Mason's Center for Humanities Research (CHR)! We've asked Dave a few questions about his experience and motivation to apply: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17175
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Record Contracts: Ideology in Action"
We hope you can join us Thursday at 4:30 pm for our next Cultural Studies Colloquium and annual recruitment event. We're excited to welcome Cultural Studies alum David Arditi, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Arlington! https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13218
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Record Contracts: Ideology in Action" Thursday, March 10, 2022 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM EST: Join us virtually at the Cultural Studies Colloquium when we welcome Cultural Studies alumnus...
Episode 8: Spring 2022 Colloquium Series w/ Dr. Julietta Singh by Second Nature
Listen to Episode 8 of our Second Nature Podcast! Cultural Studies PhD student Aparna Shastri interviews Cultural Studies Colloquium guest and Associate Professor of English and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dr. Julietta Singh about her work and its important contextualization in decolonial studies. https://anchor.fm/second-nature/episodes/Episode-8-Spring-2022-Colloquium-Series-w-Dr--Julietta-Singh-e1eoj1e
Episode 8: Spring 2022 Colloquium Series w/ Dr. Julietta Singh by Second Nature As part of GMU's Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022, first-year PhD student Aparna Shastri interviews Associate Professor of English and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dr. Julietta Singh. Her first academic book, Unthinking Mastery: Dehumanism and Decolonial Entanglements has e...
We are very proud to share that Cultural Studies PhD candidates Ayondela McDole and Shauna Rigaud, as well as Cultural Studies alum Dr. Tauheeda Yasin were recently recognized as recipients of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Evening of Reflection Awards here at Mason. Read more here: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/articles/17084
Yesterday, we were thrilled to welcome Amaka Okechukwu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology here at George Mason University, to our Cultural Studies Colloquium. Thanks to Dr. Okechukwu and all attendees! Our next colloquium will take place March 10th: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/colloquium/colloquium
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Bop and Break: Tracing Black Urban Life in the 20th Century through a Genealogy of Freddy Brathwaite (Fab 5 Freddy)."
Join us Thursday 4:30pm at our Cultural Studies Colloquium with Amaka Okechukwu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology here at George Mason University. Dr. Okechukwu will be there in person, but you can also join remotely. More in the link: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13019
Cultural Studies Colloquium: "Bop and Break: Tracing Black Urban Life in the 20th Century through a Genealogy of Freddy Brathwaite (Fab 5 Freddy)." Thursday, February 17, 2022 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM EST: Join us in-person or remotely at the Cultural Studies Colloquium for a talk by Amaka...
Thanks to all attendees of the first event of our Cultural Studies Colloquium Spring Series, which opened yesterday with a talk from Julietta Singh drawing from research of her new book The Breaks! Many thanks, Dr. Singh!
Cultural Studies Colloquium: “Lives of Brick and Mortar.”
Join us in-person or remotely tomorrow at 4:30 pm as we kick off the Spring Series of our Cultural Studies Colloquium with a talk by Julietta Singh, Associate Professor of English & Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Richmond. Link to Zoom in the link below: https://culturalstudies.gmu.edu/events/13018
Cultural Studies Colloquium: “Lives of Brick and Mortar.” Thursday, February 10, 2022 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM: Join us in-person or remotely at the Cultural Studies Colloquium for the opening of the Spring...
Second Nature 04: Social Justice Educators Roundtable. In this episode we meet social justice educators within the student body of Cultural Studies. Tune in to their discussion of the concept of social justice in their roles as students and researchers! https://anchor.fm/second-nature/episodes/Episode-4-Social-Justice-Educators-Roundtable-e124hf1
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