PerspectivasAfro, Journal of Research in Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Studies
Call for Papers

Deadline: Rolling

PerspectivasAfro, Journal of research in Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean studies is inviting you to submit articles for the next issue. Even though the journal accepts submissions year-round, those interested in proposing articles, reviews and books to review for the second issue should send their manuscripts before September 30, 2021 through the journal's website:

Perspectives Afro, a refereed scientific journal (double-blind modality) publishes articles and reviews in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. They are looking for researchers working on Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean in the following fields: literature, linguistics, history, philosophy, arts, religions, audiovisual media, cultural studies. PerspectivasAfro also welcomes submissions from advanced undergraduate students and master's students.

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The Society of MIdwestern Literature (SSML)
Call for Proposals

Deadline: Rolling

The Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature (SSML) invites proposals from faculty and graduate students for its upcoming 50th anniversary symposium to be held May 20-22, 2021, at the Newberry Library in Chicago. We invite proposals for both creative and critical presentations and panels on any topic related to Midwestern literature, but we especially seek proposals that complicate stereotypical notions of the Midwest as a rural, white, “heartland” space. Such proposals might take advantage of our conference location in Chicago, or they might articulate the diversity of the Midwestern experience by examining the rich and ongoing tradition of writing by Black, Native American, Latinx, Asian, LGBTQ, and disabled authors.
SSML publishes two peer-reviewed journals and sponsors panels at MLA, ALA, and MMLA and awards prizes for both critical and creative work presented at the symposium as well as a $1000 student writing prize. We also offer scholarships to graduate students to help defray travel costs.
We are a welcoming and supportive organization and we hope that you will consider joining us. For more information, please visit our website [] or contact Carla Barger at


Academic Impressions: Academic Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Initiatives

Deadline: Rolling

Academic Impressions is seeking subject matter experts to present, write, or otherwise contribute to our body of professional development training and resources for faculty and staff in higher education.

If you, one of your peers or direct reports, and/or your division have: an effective practice or strategy/a new or different approach to traditional ways of operating/a model program or initiative/insight into an emerging area of higher eduction/unique skill set or area of expertise, we want to hear from you!

We are interested in submissions that speak to any of the following themes: leadership, academic leadership, women’s leadership, faculty success, diversity, equity & inclusion, advancement, institutional & academic planning, student success, Title IX and compliance, and enrollment management & marketing.

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