CFP: Neurodiverse German Studies

This seminar seeks to establish a community of neurodiverse (inclusive of all neurotypes), neuroqueering researchers/educators/activists and their allies in order to discuss and theorize what a neurodiverse, neuroqueering German Studies can be and do. We aim to open a discussion space where colleagues can become more familiar with the range of Neurodiversity Studies-related discourses and…

Premodern Neurodiversity workshop

Premodern Neurodiversity workshop (Monday 15th May 2023, 2–4:15 pm, Margaret Rooms 2 and 3, Queen’s Building, University of Exeter) Neurodiversity describes how many people think and experience the world in ways that are different from the perceived norm (e.g. through neurodivergent conditions such as autism, ADHD or OCD). This workshop will explore how neurodivergence can…

CFP Deadline: Neurodivergent Romanticisms

(For MLA 2024) How did authors in the Romantic period and its echoes construct the neurodivergent subject–and its others? How might we rethink neurodivergence as it becomes formulated alongside global “revolutions,” racialized disability, the scientific imagination, and queerness? Deadline for submissions: Friday, 17 March 2023 Kate Singer, Mt. Holyoke C (ksinger@mtholyoke.edu )