CHICAGO, IL, FEBRUARY 16–19, 2022 (FORMAT TO BE DETERMINED)
The CAA Annual Conference is the largest professional convening of art historians, artists, designers, curators, and others in the visual arts. Each year we offer sessions submitted by our members, committees, and affiliated societies offering a wide range of program content.
The Annual Conference Committee & Council of Readers review over 1,000 submissions each year. They take into account subject areas and themes that arise from accepted proposals to present as broad and diverse a program as possible.
The Call for Proposals gives CAA members the opportunity to submit for the 2022 CAA Annual Conference. Proposals must be submitted from March 1 through April 30, 2021.
Gorgias Press and The King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies (KFCRIS) are delighted to be collaborating on an important new academic book project, the: Library of Arabic and Islamic Heritageمكتبة التراث العربي والاسلامي. The project will make available to academics, independent scholars and research institutes, and traditional centers of learning a diverse range of classical Arabic texts that continue to play a central role in the rich and vast development of Islamic thought and culture.
The first series of publications to emerge from the Library of Arabic and Islamic Heritage will be ten Arabic-English translations housed in the new Classical Islamic Texts Series (CITS). The series will make available the single-volume translations of renowned classical Arabic works, showcasing texts that are of central importance to the fields of Qurʾānic studies, Islamic law, Ḥadīth, Theology, History, and Philosophy. Proposed texts can be important short treaties, a compilation of several thematically-related treaties or a key section from a larger compendium. Each proposal should be for a text that is or will be used as an important reference work.
Publication Guidelines, Submission Format and Process
The Waikato Islamic Studies Review aims to attract new researchers and established scholars interested in the subject of Islam as an academic discipline and to provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange information and knowledge on new research in the form of a ‘working paper’ publication.
The Waikato Islamic Studies Review invites submissions on any topic or theme, including religion, philosophy, history, politics, sociology, culture, and law, within the broad field of studies on Islam and Muslim societies.