The fifteenth annual meeting of the Georgia Philological Association (GPA) will convene at the Middle Georgia State University Conference Center at 100 University Parkway, Macon, Georgia on Friday, May 15, 2020. We invite proposals for session topics, panel discussions, and scholarly papers in English on any subjects relating to literature, language, composition, philosophy, history, translation, the general humanities, interdisciplinary studies, and pedagogy. Reading times for individual paper presentations are limited to 15 minutes. Presenters may submit longer or more complex versions (8,000 words maximum) to be considered for publication in the Journal of the Georgia Philological Association.
The session seeks papers that examine Spanish in the United States (Mexican, Caribbean, Latin American) as it relates to old and new Hispanic community practices and border crossing (geographical, political, ethnic, social, perceptual, historical, religious, etc.). It intends to bring together interdisciplinary research from various theoretical and methodological perspectives in the humanities and social sciences on Latino/Hispanic communities in the United States. By doing so, it hopes to broaden the discussion on the use of Spanish in different contexts from more than one perspective such as sociolinguistics, literary theory, discourse analysis, cultural studies and other related disciplines.
Call for Papers: Essay Collection on Louise Imogen Guiney
We are delighted to announce the call for papers for the second issue of the Edinburgh University Press journal Crime Fiction Studies, the newest addition to EUP’s stable of prestigious journals.
- Proposals of 300 words due: 15 June 2019
- Drafts of 4000-8000 words due: 1 September 2019
The travel and literature session welcomes proposals focused on travel, odyssey and mobility through a literary lens, with a special interest in 20th- 21st century travel writing.
We are particularly interested in papers that take into consideration travel writing by authors better known for other forms of writing (novelists, poets, philosophers, essayists) and for whom travel, and travel writing, serve as a means to veer from their habitual modes of writing and allow them to experiment with another form (Baudrillard’s Cool memories, Barthes’ Empire of signs, Leiris’ Phantom Africa are examples of travel narratives of interest).
Topics may include:
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The Journal of Veterans Studies (ISSN 2470-4768) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, international journal, aiming to sustain research in veterans studies, facilitate interdisciplinary research collaborations, and narrow gaps between cultures, institutions, experiences, knowledge, and understanding. We understand veterans studies as a multi-faceted, scholarly investigation of military veterans and their families. Topics within that investigation could include but are not limited to combat exposure, reintegration challenges, and the complex systems that shape the veteran experience.
Planet Ocean - Call for Papers
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Contemporary Marine Environments
This Regular Session for the South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference welcomes submissions on any aspect of Modern Drama. Proposals addressing the SAMLA 91 conference theme—Languages: Power, Identity, Relationships—particularly as it relates to intersectional identity formations, are especially welcome.
By June 10, 2019, please submit a typed abstract of 250-300 words, a brief bio, and any A/V requests to Ms. Kimber Wiggs, University of South Florida (email@example.com) and Mr. Will Forde-Mazrui, University of South Florida (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The interiors of Art nouveau period : analyse, restore, make accessible
The Réseau Art Nouveau Network, a European network for the study, protection and enhancement of the Art Nouveau heritage, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
Urban.brussels, founding member of RANN, is hosting an international symposium in Brussels, co- organised by RANN and urban.brussels in partnership with the Horta Museum and CIVA.
Performing Power in the Premodern World
University of Warwick
9 November 2019
Keynote Speaker: Dr Naomi Pullin (University of Warwick)
To be held in York 12th-13th March 2020
Call for Papers for the Panel:
A Celebration of W S Merwin
The panel is part of the 117th Annual Pacific Association of Ancient and Modern Language Conference ‘Send in the Clowns’
14-17 November 2019, San Diego
Deadline: 10th of June 2019
Panel Organizer: Cheri Colby Langdell (East Los Angeles College, Los Angeles)
Call for Papers
Material Matters: It’s In the Details
October 19-20, 2019
Feminismo/s, from the Institute of Research in Gender Studies from the University of Alicante, is currently accepting submissions for its 36 issue, entitled “Departures and Arrivals: Women, Mobility and Travel Writing”. This issue seeks to approach women travel writing from a transhistorical and transnational perspective. Thus, we encourage submissions that deal with travelling and mobility in women’s writing from different cultural and national backgrounds and periods.
We are particularly interested in contributions that explore the intersections between gender, mobility and identity, including, but not restricted to the following aspects:
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Southeast Asian Media Studies
Volume 1, Issue 3, December 2019
Issue on Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam,
Editor: John Charles Ryan, PhD (University of New England)
The third issue of the Southeast Asian Media Studies journal aims to provide a collection of research articles about the mass media of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, bringing together discursive inquiries on media studies and literacy in and about the aforementioned countries.
UPCOMING DEADLINE: May 31, 2019
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Southeast Asian Media Studies
Volume 1, Issue 2, 2019
Issue on Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia
Editor: James McLellan, PhD (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
The second issue of the Southeast Asian Media Studies journal aims to provide a collection of research articles about the mass media of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia, bringing together discursive inquiries on media studies and literacy in and about the aforementioned countries.
Special Issue of Literature and Theology: An International Journal of Religion, Theory and Culture (Oxford Uuniversity Press)
‘Postcolonial women’s writing and material religion: new directions’
Edited by Fiona Darroch and Alison Jasper (expected publication date March 2021)
This panel welcomes paper proposals for the Southeastern Modern Language Association Conference (Nov. 15-17, 2019) on any aspect of Indigenous science fiction, futurism, or speculative fiction. By June 10th, please submit an abstract of 250 words, a brief bio, and any A/V requests to Dr. Megan Vallowe, Dalton State College, at email@example.com.
For additional conference information, see: https://samla.memberclicks.net/
The S.ARCH International Architectural Conference is a 3-day event with the focus on sustainability in architecture. S.ARCH is unique event providing a common platform for both groups: academics / researchers and architects. Among them, our delegates are also students, representatives of construction companies, civil engineers, developers, etc., coming from more than 40 countries around the world.
The Conference consists of following:
- Set of Keynote Speeches given by international prominent architects,
- Oral Presentations of contributed works (Research Papers),
- Oral Presentations of the S.ARCH AWARD short-listed projects and designs
- Oral Presentations of the S.ARCH Architecture COMPETITIONs Winners,
GRAMMA/ΓΡΑΜΜA: Journal of Theory and Criticism
Issue number 26, 2019
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Mapping New Trends: Greek Scholarship in Anglophone Studies
In 2018 Gramma celebrated its 25th anniversary and its 25 issues. To mark this occasion, the 26th issue of Gramma will be devoted to the topic of New Greek Scholarship in Anglophone Studies.
November 15-17, 2019 | Westin Peachtree Plaza | Atlanta, GA
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MYTH AND ART REVISITED
December 18-19, 2019
Historical Central Building
of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
(30 Panepistimiou Avenue)
The power of myth in art lies not in their literal truth but what they say about us, how they give our life meaning and restore our sense of identity (Andrew Neuendorf, Contemporary Mythology, 2013)
Abstracts and articles are sought for an edited collection to be entitled Decentering the Anthropocene: Spanish Ecocritical Texts and the Non-Human. Ecocriticism examines literary and cultural representations of the natural environment and diverse life forms, often in the context of broader political, economic, and social issues and often with an ethical commitment to sustainability and environmental justice. In this context, ecocritical work may interrogate how texts treat anthropocentrism, or the centralization of humans’ perspectives, needs, and experiences over those of other beings.
Slices of Everyday Lives
19th and 20th September 2019
Department of Architecture and Newnham College, University of Cambridge
François Penz (Cambridge)
Janina Schupp (Cambridge)
Suzanne MacLeod (Leicester)
Maureen Thomas (Lillehammer/Oslo)
Andong Lu (Nanjing)
£110 (delegate)/ £55 (student)
The 14th International Academy of CIO Annual Conference on September 25th to 27th, 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan is being held at a time of great technology related opportunity and risk. There is opportunity in new product and services that bridge time and space and enable greater access and speed in fields as diverse as government, healthcare, transportation and manufacturing and as part of broad visions such as Japan’s Society 5.0. And there are risks including in the fields of cybersecurity and privacy and also digital divide.
The first annual Popular Culture and Pedagogy Conference (http://popularcultureandpedagogy.org) will take place on November 11th, 2019.
The theme of the conference will be:
Using Popular Culture As A Tool For Engagement
A part of effective teaching is learning from our peers. The goal of The Popular Culture and Pedagogy Conference is to share successes as well as potential teaching practices for other scholars and educators to borrow and learn from while creating a space where we can share feedback, and reflection on how we can employ popular culture in the classroom.
African American and Native American Women Writers
Westin Peachtree Plaza
In a span of ten years Blumhouse has amassed a film library of over 50 films that includes notable horror franchises as Paranormal Activity (2009-2015), The Purge (2013-) and Insidious (2010-), critically lauded films as Split (2017) and Get Out (2017), and box-office sensations as Happy Death Day (2017) and Truth or Dare (2018). The company was also behind a highly-hyped new installment of Halloween (1978-) and an untitled Dee Rees’ horror film focusing on the lives of black lesbians in rural America that is in development.