SPECIAL ISSUE ON WORK
IOWA JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES
Call for Papers Deadline:
The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies seeks essays from the humanities and social sciences on representations, cultures, and histories of labor and work. We are particularly interested in essays that engage with recent theorizations of contemporary labor practices, especially the work of Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Paolo Virno, and Christian Marazzi on, for example, immaterial and affective labor. We look to offer an issue with articles on a range of labor practices, including industrial, immaterial, cultural, affective, unpaid, etc.
This special issue will also include a forum on writing practices in the University.
This call is not limited to interests of any century or geographic location.
Cultural representations of labor
Artists whose own work is reflective on questions of labor
Cultures of labor and the workplace
Discourses of labor in media
Theoretical engagements with labor and work
histories and analyses of academic or cultural work
Please submit two (2) printed copies and one electronic copy by November 6, 2009 to the Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, English Department, 308 English-Philosophy Building,
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242. Contact Sara Sullivan Gooch at email@example.com with any questions. We prefer essays no longer than 9,000 words,
MLA format. Please keep discursive endnotes to a minimum.
The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed publication edited by graduate students that mixes traditional approaches and contemporary interventions in the interdisciplinary humanities and interpretive social sciences. Visit the website at http://www.uiowa.edu/~ijcs/.
Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies
University of Iowa
308 English-Philosophy Building (English Dept)
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
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