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  • Calls for Expression of Interest – Five New Calls Open¬†

Five new calls for collaborative projects have been opened by the Human Brain Project (HBP).

The calls cover infrastructure co-design, modeling allosteric drugs, data protection, gender equality coordination, and comparative cell analyses. The calls are an important part of the HBP’s work, bringing together novel approaches, data, theory and collaborative platforms to generate new insights into the brain and to ensure the project delivers on its scientific and social goals.

The Calls are open until 30 September 2017.

Further information can be found here. Link to the original here

  • Publishing Queer/Queer Publishing (Submission Deadline: Friday 17th November 2017;¬†Conference Date: Friday 16th March 2018, University of London, Senate House Library)

Senate House Library is calling for papers on queer publishing for presentation at a 1 day conference taking place at Senate House in March 2018. The conference forms part of the events program for the exhibition ‚ÄėQueer Between the Covers‚Äô, held at Senate House Library from January to June 2018.

More information here

  • What’s New in Queer Studies? (L’Aquila 31 Marzo – 2 Aprile 2017)

La prima conferenza del CIRQUE (Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerca Queer) si terr√† a L’Aquila dal 31 Marzo al 2 Aprile 2017. Qui tutte¬†le informazioni per poter mandare abstract e successivamente i paper integrali, e partecipare.

  • Sexual cultures 2 – Academia meets activism (University of Sunderland London Campus, South Quay, London, April 8-10 2015)

This conference, co-hosted by the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland, and the Onscenity Research Network will take place on April 8-10 2015 at the University of Sunderland London Campus, London, UK. Along with two keynote speakers addressing themes of intersectionality and sexual cultures, there will be keynote panels, bringing together key academics and activists on the topics of: Sex and disability; Trans* and non-binary activism; Sex worker and stripper activism; Youth, race and sexuality. Deadline: October 31 2014. All submissions should be addressed to sexualcultures2[at]sunderland[dot]ac[dot]uk. More info here.

  • 2015 Central States Communication Association Conference (Madison, WI, April 15-19, 2015)

The Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus is seeking cutting edge research regarding sex, gender, and sexuality to program for the 2015 conference. The Caucus also welcomes submissions of academic panel proposals, roundtable discussions, and other programming proposals beneficial to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and otherwise queer individuals and communities. Proposals are due October 3, 2014.

  • International Conference on Women‚Äôs Studies (Vienna, Austria 27-28.09. 2014).

Submissions of abstracts (up to 500 words), short bios (up to 100 words), and email contact should be sent to Dr Martina Topińá ( by 15th August 2014. Panel proposals should be sent by 15th July 2014.¬†The Centre for Research in Social sciences and Humanities welcomes paper proposals from scholars, NGO activists, Master and PhD students, and independent researchers. More info here.

  • Trans*Formational Pedagogies

TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 2.3, guest editors: F. Galarte, S. Marine, Z. Nicolazzo.
To be considered, please send a full length submission by July 15, 2014 to tsqjournal(at) along with a brief bio including name, postal address, and any institutional affiliation. The expected range for scholarly articles is 5000 to 7000 words, and 1000 to 2000 words for shorter critical essays and descriptive accounts. More info:

  • Rights on the move ‚Äď Rainbow families in Europe

Two-day international conference closing the research project with the same name. The convenor is the Faculty of Law of the lead partner, the University of Trento. The conference welcomes contributions that focus on the legal issues involving non-heterosexual, trans and intersex persons who intend to found a family, who live as a family and who have to manage difficult times in their relationship (divorce, death, etc.). We are particularly interested in analyses dealing with reproduction and parenthood. Deadline: July 9, 2014, submission to: More info:

  • Special Issue – Early Career Researchers II

In order to encourage the next generation of academics, GenderForum has launched an annual Early Career Researchers Issue.
Contributions can be new academic writing composed specifically for this issue, or exceptional, previously unpublished term papers on all topics pertaining to Gender Studies, Feminist Studies and/or Queer Theory.¬†Deadline: 1st July, 2014. For more information, or to submit a paper, contact Laura von Czarnowsky: l.czarnowsky”AT” More info here.

  • Transformations without Revolutions? How Feminist and Lgbtqi Movements Changed the World.

A special issue of Zapruder World: Transnational Journal for the History of Social Conflicts, edited by Sabrina Marchetti, Vincenza Perilli and Elena Petricola. Full articles (6,000-9,000 words) shall be sent by 15 of April 2014. For info:

  • Letters From Our Partners

We are looking for personal stories from partners who are or have been in a relationship with trans men, trans women, and/or non-binary trans* people. Deadline April 1, 2014. All the info here.

  • Tranimacies: Intimate Links Between Affect, Animal and Trans* Studies

A cura di Eliza Steinbock, Marianna Szczygielska, Anthony Wagner.

Entro il 1¬į Febbraio 2014 inviare abstract (500 parole); qui tutte le info sulla¬†call per Tranimacies.

  • Academic Alterity: Stories of Race, Gender, Disability, Sexuality

Articles should be 1,000-2,500 words and work. Multimedia experimentation are also encouraged. The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2014. More info: HybridPedagogy.

  • Storie, discorsi e rappresentazioni di mascolinit√† nella cultura italiana

Call per il primo numero di gender/sexuality/italy, una nuova rivista digitale peer-reviewed sugli studi di genere nella cultura italiana. Gli articoli non devono superare le 6.800 parole. Deadline 15 Gennaio 2014.

  • Making¬†Transgender Count

Submissions for Transgender Studies Quarterly 2.1

Send full length article submissions by December 31, 2013 to  For information about subscriptions, visit

  • Famiglia e identit√† di genere: “divorzio imposto” e diritti fondamentali

I contributi (non pi√Ļ di 10.000 battute (spazi inclusi)¬†vanno inviati a sps.convegnofamigliaeidentitadigenere(at)¬†¬†entro il¬†31 Ottobre 2013 Info:¬†Convegno¬†Famiglia e identit√† di genere: “divorzio imposto‚ÄĚ e diritti fondamentali¬†organizzato da¬†Universit√† di Bologna, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali¬†e da¬†Articolo29

  • Queer Investments in Capital and Globalizations

Please submit abstracts of 250-300 words and a brief bio of no more than 100 words¬†by OCTOBER 1, 2013. ¬†More info Queer attachments¬†University of Minnesota, Twin Cities¬†March 6-8, 2014.¬†Organized by the Graduate Interdisciplinary Group in Sexuality Studies.¬†Sponsored by the Steven J. Schochet Endowment for GLBT Studies.¬†With keynote speaker: Robert McRuer, Prof. of English, George Washington University. Prof. McRuer will be presenting on his latest book project on ‚Äúcripping global austerity politics.‚ÄĚ McRuer is the author of Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability and co-editor of Sex and Disability.

  • To Be Black, Queer, and Christian: Critical Essays on the Black Church and Sexuality

A Special Issue of¬†the Journal of Homosexuality:¬†completed articles of 6000‚Äź8000 words should be submitted to the guest editor Darnell L. Moore at by¬†August 15, 2013¬†Info:¬†

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