Tag: CFP

CFP: Sex, Food, and History

Guest-editor: Rachel Hope Cleves In the age of food porn, few question the connection between food and sexuality. Advertisements depicting Paris Hilton biting into a Carl’s Junior burger, or Nigella Lawson tonguing an ice cream cone, conflate desirable women and caloric food as like objects to be consumed. But food and […]

CFP: Digital Humanities and the History of Sexuality

How do you teach the history of sexuality in an academic environment that is increasingly defined by digital processes and ways of interacting? NOTCHES: (re)marks on the history of sexuality invites submissions for a special issue on the challenges and potentialities of teaching with the digital humanities. We welcome short […]