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CFP: Disruptive Imaginations, Joint Annual Conference of SFRA and GfF, TU Dresden, Germany, August 15-19, 2023

Disruptive Imaginations  Joint Annual Conference of SFRA and GfF TU Dresden, Germany, August 15-19, 2023   This conference will merge the annual meetings of the Science Fiction Research Association (SFRA) and the German Association for Research in the Fantastic (GfF).[...]

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CFP: The 44th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Afrofuturism

The 44th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts Afrofuturism Guest of Honor: Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki Guest Scholar: Isiah Lavender III March 15-18, 2023 Orlando Marriott Lakeside Hotel   The theme of the 2023 ICFA will be “Afrofuturism.” If[...]

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Call for Papers: Queering Camelot: LGBTQQA+ Readings, Representations, and Retellings of Arthuriana, Extension

Call for Papers – Extension Queering Camelot: LGBTQQA+ Readings, Representations, and Retellings of Arthuriana Fantastika Special Issue Guest Editors: Rebecca Jones and Sebastian F.K. Svegaard This is an open call for papers for a special issue of Fantastika continuing on[...]

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CFP #NWFGRAINAU23: SFF, Fan, Horror Panel + Colloquium / Panel SFF, fan, horreur + Colloque

Chaque année, la Relève Académique (NWF) de la GKS organise plusieurs activités dans le cadre du colloque annuel de la GKS à Grainau, en Allemagne. Pour le colloque de 2023, nous organisons un panel et un colloque, ainsi que des[...]

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CFP: “The Global Fantastic,” IAFA Online Conference

IAFA Online Conference October 7-9, 2022 “The Global Fantastic” Deadline extended to July 31, 11:59 PM, EDT. For a very long time, the fantastic and its spectrum of genres—science fiction, fantasy, horror, old and new weird, and others—has been perceived[...]

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CFP: “The Global Fantastic,” IAFA Online Conference

IAFA Online Conference October 7-9, 2022 “The Global Fantastic” Deadline extended to July 31, 11:59 PM, EDT. For a very long time, the fantastic and its spectrum of genres—science fiction, fantasy, horror, old and new weird, and others—has been perceived[...]

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CFP: The 43rd International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Deadline Extended to 15 November

Update: The IAFA Executive Board has decided to extend the submission deadline for the March 2022 ICFA until 11:59 p.m. November 15, Eastern U.S. time. The 43rd International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts FANTASTIC COMMUNITIES March 16-20, 2022[...]

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Portal Date Change for ICFA 43

The submission portal for ICFA 43: Fantastic Communities will be opening on October 4th, rather than August 31st as was stated on the original CFP. This is to reduce confusion with our upcoming special symposium. The updated CFP can be[...]

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CFP: The 43rd International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Fantastic Communities

Update: The IAFA Executive Board has decided to extend the submission deadline for the March 2022 ICFA until 11:59 p.m. November 15, Eastern U.S. time. The 43rd International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts FANTASTIC COMMUNITIES March 16-20, 2022[...]

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REMINDER: Trans/Inter/Cross: A Symposium on The Fantastic Between Genres, Media, and Cultures

There are still a few more days to submit to Trans/Inter/Cross: A Symposium on The Fantastic Between Genres, Media, and Cultures October 1-3, 2021 Marriott Orlando Airport Lakeside Orlando, Florida *Submissions Portal closes 1 June 2021* The genres of the[...]

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