A Joint Session Of ARCYP And ACCUTE
At The Congress Of The Humanities And Social Sciences
Fredericton, New Brunswick
May 28-31, 2011
DEADLINE: November 15, 2010
The world today is commonly placed as one in motion where ideologies, bodies, objects, and capital travel, both literally and metaphorically, across borders as well as across social and communication networks and technologies. Yet, as Buckingham and de Block argue, the perspectives and experiences of young people “on the move” are largely absent “except where they are portrayed as passive victims or (increasingly) as a threat.” We invite papers addressing how various forms of mobility available in young people’s cultures disrupt or support political/cultural /economic circuits of inclusion and exclusion, access and denial, belonging and alienation, incarceration and exile.
Possible topics may include (but are not limited to): travel, im/migration, displacement, relocation, asylum, citizenship; conflict and (in)security; counter-geographies: Indigenous, Non-Western, etc.; the spatial politics of gender and sexuality, disability, race, class, etc.; (re)formations of racial, national, gendered, diasporic identities, politics, subjectivities; mobile communications, social networks, new media; virtual geographies; digital hybridity, remixes, mash-ups; transportation and movement in daily life; place management, place redefinitions; work, “youth-magnets,” upward mobility; “invisible” youth on the move; youth activism and globalization.
Following the instructions under Option # 1 at www.accute.ca/generalcall.html, send three documents in separate electronic files directly to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 15, 2010: (1) a 700-word proposal or 8- to 10-page double-spaced paper, without identifying marks; (2) a 100-word abstract and 50-word biographical statement; and (3) a Proposal Submissions Information Sheet.
NOTES: You must be a current member of ARCYP or ACCUTE to submit to this session. Rejected submissions will not be moved into the general “pool” of ACCUTE submissions.
ARCYP Membership information is available at http://arcyp.ca/membership.
Please feel free to print and share the PDF file of this Call for Papers, available at http://arcyp.ca/archives/217.
Association for Research in Cultures of Young People (ARCYP)
Dept. of Humanities, PO Box B7, Vanier College, York University
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 1P3
Phone: (416)736-2100 ext. 60498
Fax: (416) 736-5460