There is a whole batch of CFPs for various exciting events here:
Theorising the Popular Conference, Liverpool Hope University, 11-12 July 2018
The conference invites submissions from a broad range of disciplines, and is particularly interested in new ways of researching ‘popular’ forms of communication and culture.
Deadline: 23 March 2018
After Fantastika: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Lancaster University, 6-7 July 2018
We welcome abstracts for 20 minute papers focusing on the role of time within Fantastika of any medium or form.
Deadline: 15 April 2018
Witchcraft Beliefs and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future Perspectives, Lancaster University, 10-11 January 2019
This interdisciplinary conference will examine the various traditions of witchcraft across centuries and continents. It will focus on how witchcraft accusations, practices and beliefs, and the consequences they generate, are understood, theorised and represented.
Deadline: 3 July 2018
Supernatural in Contemporary Society Conference (SCSC), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 23-24 August 2018
The Supernatural in Contemporary Society Conference (SCSC) aims to explore the continuing role of the supernatural. SCSC intends to provide an interdisciplinary forum to discuss current and emerging research, and examine these in relation to the impact and value this has on culture, heritage and tourism.
And, finally, the University of Essex’s Centre for Myth Studies invites proposals for their Myth Reading Group throughout the Summer term
Call for Proposals: Trees & Forests
We invite proposals from anyone who is interested in any aspect of trees and forests and address the theme from a mythological perspective across cultures, periods, and media.
Deadline: 31 March 2018