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CFP: African-American Coal Miners (9/1/06; 3/16/07)

updated: 
Monday, May 15, 2006 - 4:35pm
Gib Prettyman

Paper proposals are invited for a conference entitled "Living Together,
Working Together: African-American Miners and the Coal Culture of
Southwestern Pennsylvania, 1870-1970." The conference is sponsored by the
Coal and Coke Heritage Center at The Pennsylvania State University's
Fayette Campus and is supported by a grant from the Pennsylvania Historical
and Museum Commission. It will be held March 16, 2007. We have funding to
publish selected papers in a conference proceedings.

CFP: Black Theatre at the Crossroads (5/31/06; ASTR, 11/16/06-11/19/06)

updated: 
Monday, May 8, 2006 - 12:43pm
Robert Craig Baum

Seminar:
In Our Hands: Black Theatre at the Crossroads

Leaders:
Jean Young, Cornell University
Robert Craig Baum, European Graduate School

ASTR 2006 CONFERENCE
FIFTIETH ANNIVERASRY OF THE FOUNDING OF ASTR
Hotel Allegro, Chicago November 16-19, 2006

Conference Theme: AMERICAN: SOCIETY : THEATRE : RESEARCH

 * * * The deadline for submission is May 31, 2006 midnight. * * *

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The question is not whether or not Black Theatre is valid so much as
it is recognizing that it is in an invalid state and must recover its
protean expressive force to survive the next millennium.

CFP: Black Poetry Out of the Archive (5/6/06; MSA, 10/19/06-10/22/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Grant Jenkins

Call for Papers

 

Panel for Modernist Studies Association 8

University of Tulsa

Oct 19-22

 

Black Poetry Out of the Archive

 

Because poetry written by blacks in the United States since the turn of
the 20^th Century has mainly been defined in terms of its oral or
experiential power, little attention has been given to the literate
aspects of that poetry's development, production, or publication.
Archives, of course, are the record of such literate processes, and many
of the archives of some of modernism and postmodernism's most important
black writers have yet to be adequately studied for the critical light
they can shed on the poetic work.

 

CFP: Visual Culture and Collaboration: Callaloo Special Issue (11/1/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, April 16, 2006 - 1:05pm
Meta Jones

Call for Papers

Special Issue on Visual Culture. In celebration of its 30th =20
anniversary and its commitment to exploring the intersection of =20
literary and visual art, Callaloo will publish an issue that focuses =20
on visual culture and collaboration in the African American context. =20
This special visual culture issue will feature visual and written =20
works that examine the important crossroads=97where literary and visual =20=

art meet=97that Callaloo provides. We seek, then, creative responses, =20=

CFP: Disability in African Fiction (4/20/06; MLA '06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 4, 2006 - 3:03pm
Olabisi Gwamna

CFP: Disability in African Fiction

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Proposals are invited for a panel on the above subject for presentation
at the forthcoming MLA convention in Chicago. While all approaches,
topics and methodologies are welcome, efforts should be made to
critically examine the concept of high or low culture in African
fiction, especially as it relates to disabled characters. The
question, Is There a High or Low Culture in an Oral Society will
hopefully be answered by examining, through selected fictional
portraits, how certain illnesses/handicaps reflect the perceptions of
individuals that are situated in high or low culture.=20

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CFP: Afro-Latinos (9/16/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, March 31, 2006 - 12:09pm
Enrique Morales-Diaz

**Call for Papers**

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The editors of Phoebe: Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques seek =
essays
for an issue that looks to answer the following question: =93What does
Afro-Latino mean within the confines of the United States?=20

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Deadline: 18th September 2006 (completed essays). If interested, please
send a 300 word abstract by 24th April to the editors at =
phoebe_at_oneonta.edu

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Topics include but are not limited to:

-Gender / Sexuality / Race / Ethnicity

-Comparative cultural, historical, or political analysis=20

-English-language =93representations=94 of literatures and cultures of =
the
Afro-Latino experience in the United States

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