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Call for Undergraduate Work: On the Future, Deadline May 27

On the Future CFP Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship is currently accepting submissions for its next issue, On the Future. The future always beckons, whether as a source of hope in times of abundance or of urgency and dread in times of political, economic, and/or

CFP’s “On Kinship” is Live + Call for Papers

Process Vol 3 Issue 2: On Kinship Now Live! On Kinship Now Live Process JMUS is pleased to announce the publication of our latest issue: On Kinship. Please follow the link below to read impressive undergraduate work on this timely and important topic. READ VOL

Apartment Guide Scholarship open until April 12th

The Apartment Guide Student Scholarship is still accepting applications! Submit a 500-600 word essay answering the question “What is your responsibility towards ending homelessness?” We’re asking you to spend some time thinking and writing about your responsibility towards ending or improving homelessness. This could be

Apply for the 2019-2020 UnionDocs Collaborative Studio

UnionDocs is currently seeking artists, thinkers and makers from across disciplines to apply to apply for our 2019-2020 COLLABORATIVE STUDIO. This is a singular opportunity for 12 artists to participate in group research and production. Spend 10 months in an expansively designed program that fosters

Apply by March 14th for The Writers Lab 2019

  New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) and The Writers Lab co-founders Elizabeth Kaiden and Nitza Wilon are pleased to announce the return of The Writers Lab for 2019. Now in its fifth year, the groundbreaking program provides exclusive mentorship opportunities with leading

The Social Steeze Scholarship for Students

The Social Steeze Scholarship was created to help students who are passionate about research into tech, social media, and other similar fields. All full and part-time students of accredited colleges and universities are invited to apply. To apply for the $1000 Social Steeze Scholarship students

Call for Papers for the gnovis Journal

The gnovis Team is excited to welcome submissions for the Spring 2019 Journal. gnovis Journal—Georgetown University’s student-operated, peer-reviewed, bi-annual, academic journal of Communication, Culture & Technology—is now accepting submissions for our Spring 2019 edition until February 1, 2019, at 11:59 p.m.  Submission Criteria gnovis welcomes submissions of original research from graduate students.

Call for Undergraduate Work: On Kinship

On Kinship: Call for Papers Process is currently accepting submissions for its next issue, On Kinship. The journal seeks work that uses kinship, broadly understood, as a framework for thinking about human relationships and how we conceive of our connections and disconnections to one another.

Call for Papers: The Re/active Image at NYU CFP

Call for papers for the NYU Department of Cinema Studies’ annual graduate student conference, to be held February 15–16th, 2019. The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 7th, 2019. The Re/active Image Tisch Cinema Studies Graduate Student Conference This call for papers is a

Call for Entries: Nickelodeon Writing Program

Things to Note: Submission period is open Jan. 2nd – Jan. 31st, 2019. Spec scripts submitted must be based on a show from the ACCEPTED SHOWS LIST (list is on our website and social media pages). The Preschool Track is back for a second year!

Call for Entries/Papers: Nickelodeon Writing Program

The Nickelodeon Writing Program offers emerging television writers from around the world a paid opportunity to develop their craft and launch careers. While in the Program, writers hone their skills, build a professional network and gain real-world experience in writers’ rooms for our critically acclaimed

Call for Papers: ‘Documenting the Archive’

Documenting the Archive 15th Annual Graduate Student Conference Department of Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago April 26th and 27th, 2019 Keynote Speaker: Paula Amad, Associate Professor and Department Chair, The Department of Cinematic Arts, The University of Iowa Documentary film practice inflects and