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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.

The AJHA Book Award
The American Journalism Historians Association Book of the Year Award recognizes the best book in journalism history or mass media history published during the previous calendar year. For the 2019 award, the book must have been granted a first-time copyright in 2018. Authors may self-nominate. Nominated books may be co-authored, but edited books will not be considered. Nominations are due February 28, 2019. See complete call.

ANA Educational Foundation Visiting Professor Program (VPP)
The AEF is the non-profit organization that bridges the gap between industry and academia via educational programs – one of which is the Visiting Professor Program (VPP).  This year, professors can apply for the 2019 VPP Immersion or the Immersion + Fellowship. The AEF has expanded the program by offering Immersion sessions in both NYC and Chicago, giving more professors the opportunity to participate in this amazing program. Professors are encouraged to apply by the application deadline of February 8, 2019. See complete call.

2019 AEJMC Southeast Colloquium: Submissions Websites Now Open!
Do you have some research in progress you’d like to workshop? A paper ready to roll? What about a panel idea that’s so current you just can’t wait to make it happen? You don’t have to wait until Toronto! Authors are now invited to submit their work for the 44thAnnual AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, happening this coming spring (March 7 – 9, 2019) in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina. The Colloquium will take place in conjunction with the biennial Media & Civil Rights History SymposiumAll submissions must be completed by no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, December 17, 2018. See complete call.

Special Issue Paper Call – Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Digital Media & Politics: Effects of The Great Information and Communication Divides
Public discourse about socio-cultural, economic and political issues has catalyzed a drastic shift in tone and tactics since the 2016 presidential election campaign cycle. Through the constant output of news and information presented by cable news networks, broadcast networks, social media and the Internet, an unprecedented array of tailored communication strategies have emerged to target and influence the diverse constituents and voters across different socio-economic, ethnic and racial subgroups. In this early stage of the Web 3.0 environment, disrupted technologies – such as big data analytics and social bots – have the capacity to energize public opinion and exacerbate on-going information and communication divides in society. All manuscripts should be received by December 1, 2018. See complete call.

Call for Chapters: Communications as an Agent of Change In the Modern Arab World
From social media to journalism, from public relations to interpersonal communications much has changed in the communication landscape in the 21st century era. Political, economic, cultural, technological and global transformations have impacted communications in the Arab region but what do we really know about these changes? This is a call for chapter proposals that would address shifts and changes in existing and emerging communication platforms and how they are used by individuals, groups, civil society, private sector and government in the region. Chapters focusing on these shifts and changes have affected the culture of interpersonal, group, work, and societal relationships will be especially welcome. Additionally, any intercultural comparative analyses are encouraged. Abstract Deadline: November 30, 2018. See complete call.

 

Other Information of Interest

ISWNE to Offer Paid Community Journalism Internships to Students
The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors (ISWNE) will offer paid community journalism internships to three or four university students in the summer of 2019. The students will be paid $10 per hour for eight 40-hour weeks, for a total of $3,200. They are responsible for their own housing and transportation costs. ISWNE member newspapers participating in the internship program will be announced on Dec. 1. Newspapers participating in the past have included the Washington Island (Wisconsin) Observer; the Sanpete Messenger in Manti, Utah; the Rio Grande Sun in Espanola, New Mexico; the Potter County News in Gettysburg, South Dakota; and the Illinois Valley News in Cave Junction, Oregon. “Please tell your students about these internships,” said Chad Stebbins, ISWNE executive director. “They really get some tremendous hands-on experience while working alongside experienced community journalists.” For more details, visit www.iswne.org, under Foundation, or contact Stebbins at stebbins-c@mssu.edu for questions. Student applications are due by Feb. 1, 2019. See complete information/application.

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