Call for Papers: Joss Whedon and Theology

I’ve been meaning to post this CFP for a while, which appeared on TheoFantastique recently: CALL FOR PAPERS Joss Whedon and Theology The works of Joss Whedon — from his hit television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly, to his popular comic book writing on Fray and X-Men, to his upcoming and highly [Read More...]

Call for Papers: Philip K. Dick Conference in San Francisco next September

The blog Philip K. Dick and Religion posted an announcement about the plans for a conference on Philip K. Dick next September, and so I thought it should be passed on. Click through for more information.   [Read more...]

Preternature: Monstrophy: Call for Papers about the Academic Study of Monsters

John Morehead shared a call for papers over on his blog TheoFantastique, for the online journal Preturnature. Here are some of the key details – click through for more information: CALL FOR PAPERS FOR PRETERNATURE 2.2. MONSTROPHY: THE ACADEMIC STUDY OF MONSTERS Monstrophy: The Academic Study of Monsters ”Monstrophy” is a term referring to the academic [Read More...]

Call for Papers: Navigating the Sacred and Profane in American Popular Culture

CALL FOR PAPERS Fifth Annual Religions in Conversation Conference Claremont Graduate University School of Religion Conference Date: Friday, February 24, 2012 Location: Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA The School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University invites papers on the relationship between religion and popular culture. We encourage submissions based on our theme: “Navigating the Sacred [Read More...]

Call for Papers: Histories of the End

Via Deane Galbraithe: Call for papers: Histories of the End In 2012 Relegere will publish a special issue dedicated to reception histories of the end times, however they might be imagined, in religious contexts. We welcome reception histories not only of Christian imaginaries of the book of Revelation, but also of the end of days in [Read More...]

Call for Submissions for Science Fiction Film and Television: The Battlestar Galactica Phenomenon

Via TheoFantastique (and since also shared at Political Jesus): Science Fiction Film and Television is seeking submissions for a special issue on the Battlestar Galactica phenomenon. Although the rebooted series has received much critical attention, significantly less has been written on other BSG texts. This issue seeks to redress that imbalance. We are interested in articles [Read More...]


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