For scholars interested in the study of Late Antiquity
Cinema history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics as informed by international films and various scholarly approaches.
A group for those interested in the theory of narrative, narratology, interdisciplinary narrative theory, narrativity, and the study of narrative structures.
For scholars and fans of Atwood, Butler, Delaney, Gaiman, Gibson, Harkaway, Heinlein, Jemisin, Le Guin, Miéville, Mitchell, Pullman, Stephenson, Van der Meer, and so on…
This group is for those who would like to share resources related to the academic job market (and, perhaps, the alt-ac market). It is a collegial, supportive community driven by hope and pragmatism.
If you are interested in Medieval Europe (political, cultural, economic, social history) from 11th to 16th centuries, this is your group.
Any kind of research is welcome, as well as methodological and theoretical […]
A group for those interested in Soviet and contemporary Russian history and culture.
In 2018, Humanities Commons honored one of the most time-honored traditions of the season: summer camp. We hosted a virtual summer camp for users old and new. It helped participants to update, build, and achieve […]
Language, material culture, fiction, cultural studies, more. Anything related to 6th – 10th centuries, anywhere in the world.
Nineteenth-century Imperialism and Exploration. A group in which to explore, among other things, transnational influence and exchange in disparate cultures, narratives of exploration and the socio-cultural site of […]
For those interested in the study of comics. This includes graphic novels, comic strips, cartoons, and other forms of graphic narrative/storytelling etc.
We welcome all scholarly discussions about the study of autofiction and other related forms of life narrative. You can use this space to post CFPs, share information related to the study of autofiction , and more.
All things related to American Literature.
This group seeks to promote and support female scholars of literature as experts in their fields and professionals in their own right. The group is a step toward building a database of scholars to be launched on […]
This group aims to bring together scholars studying the emerging genre of the ”neoliberal novel,” in order to better understand the intricate connections between neoliberal political economy/ideology and literature.