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Media and Misogyny: CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Misogyny and power inequities are at the root of sexual assault, harassment and bullying. Media stories have proliferated and have been amplified by social media in the United States in the case of the Ford-Kavanaugh allegations and the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Trumpism and the sexual harassment allegations against incumbent President Donald J. Trump, and by the #MeToo movement. Other countries, too, have had stories rooted in misogyny and power inequities. This call for chapters to be included in a proposed book on Media and Misogyny is to examine misogyny and to capture media representations of misogyny. The deadline for chapters will be June 30, 2019. See complete call.

Misogyny, Media and the Clash of Cultures: CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Misogyny and power inequities are at the root of sexual assault, harassment and bullying. Chapters are sought. Contributors should examine misogyny and power inequities from the perspective of critical/cultural studies; political communication; feminism; race, gender and class; and other relevant perspectives. Deadline for chapters is June 30, 2019. See complete call.

Call for Communications Booknotes Quarterly Journal Book Reviewers
AEJMC members are invited to contribute to Communications Booknotes Quarterly Journal (CBQ), a Taylor & Francis publication. Reviewers from a variety of backgrounds and interests are sought to contribute to upcoming issues. The journal seeks contributions from emerging researchers and advanced graduate students, as well as from seasoned scholars. Essays are also sought that comment about contemporary topics relevant to books, media and related global issues. See complete call.

AJHA Seeks Nominations for History Awards
The American Journalism Historians Association invites nominations for awards honoring significant service to the study and understanding of media history. Kobre Award: The Kobre Award recognizes individuals with an exemplary record of sustained achievement through teaching, research, professional activities, or other contributions to the field of journalism history. Distinguished Service to Journalism History Award: The Distinguished Service to Journalism History Award recognizes contributions by an individual outside the discipline who has made an extraordinary effort to further significantly the understanding of, or the ability to explore, media history. The deadline for submitting nominating materials for both awards is May 15. See complete call.


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