Author: judy

[CFP] 5th Intl. Research Symposium on Korean Adoption Studies

The International Korean Adoptee Associations (IKAA) will convene the Fifth International Symposium on Korean Adoption Studies as part of the IKAA Gathering 2019. The field of Korean adoption studies is specifically concerned with international adoption from Korea including the experiences of overseas adopted Koreans, birth families, adoptive families, and the families of adoptees. Scholars working at the intersections of Asian and Korean studies, postcolonial and cultural studies, and social and behavioral sciences are engaging with issues of race and ethnicity, migration and diaspora, gender and family, and globalization and transnationalism.… more

[CFP] Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination – Radical History Review

Super interesting CFP. “Radical History Review seeks proposals for contributions to a forthcoming issue that will bring together historically oriented scholarship and politically engaged writing that examine places and times without police. … We welcome contributions that challenge the necessity of violence and authoritarian oversight in structuring social order, or that use historical study to disrupt the assumption that police are necessary.”… more

[CFP] UCLA Thinking Gender 2019: Feminists Confronting the Carceral State

The 29th annual Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference — this year’s theme is Feminists Confronting the Carceral State — will focus on the gendered regimes of captivity, state violence, and incarceration, emphasizing feminist, queer, trans, abolitionist, and intersectional interventions. Submission deadline is October 28, 2018.… more

In Solidarity – “I Must Become a Menace to My Enemies”

This is an urgent request from dear friends at Rainbow Yesu, a group of courageous Christians and allies in Korea working to end homophobia. They are under heightened attack for advancing social justice and embracing LGBTQ folks in their church communities and beyond.… more