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UPDATE: [18th] SCSECS 2/5-2/8/09

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Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 10:53pm
Phyllis Thompson

DEADLINE EXTENDED for call for papers on Women and Medical Practices to
be presented at The South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Conference. Papers may address 18th c. medicinal recipes, home
healthcare, women healers, the healing arts, medical representations of
the body, medicine, and/or medical practices. The proposal should
include a title, a short description, your name, academic affiliation,
and contact information. Please submit proposals to Phyllis Thompson at
thompsop_at_etsu.edu by January 16th. This year's SCSECS conference will be
held in Corpus Christi, Texas, on February 5-8, 2009.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] Women Writing Space:REGISTRATION OPEN

updated: 
Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 9:17pm
Arina Lungu

This one-day conference will explore spatial perspectives on women’s
writing from a range of disciplines, reflecting the scope of contemporary
feminist interest in spatial configurations. The conference will address
the issue of “how British women writers represent space”, considering
questions such as, how do women writers construct literary space? What
types of spaces/places are represented in works by women? How are
received notions of space/place interpreted, accepted, or contested? How
do we theorise the textual spaces in women’s writing?
This conference is organised by Arina Lungu and Charlotte Mathieson
through the University of Warwick’s Humanities Research Centre. For

UPDATE: [20th] Women Writing Space:REGISTRATION OPEN

updated: 
Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 9:16pm
Arina Lungu

This one-day conference will explore spatial perspectives on women’s
writing from a range of disciplines, reflecting the scope of contemporary
feminist interest in spatial configurations. The conference will address
the issue of “how British women writers represent space”, considering
questions such as, how do women writers construct literary space? What
types of spaces/places are represented in works by women? How are
received notions of space/place interpreted, accepted, or contested? How
do we theorise the textual spaces in women’s writing?
This conference is organised by Arina Lungu and Charlotte Mathieson
through the University of Warwick’s Humanities Research Centre. For

UPDATE: [Victorian] Women Writing Space:REGISTRATION OPEN

updated: 
Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 9:16pm
Arina Lungu

This one-day conference will explore spatial perspectives on women’s
writing from a range of disciplines, reflecting the scope of contemporary
feminist interest in spatial configurations. The conference will address
the issue of “how British women writers represent space”, considering
questions such as, how do women writers construct literary space? What
types of spaces/places are represented in works by women? How are
received notions of space/place interpreted, accepted, or contested? How
do we theorise the textual spaces in women’s writing?
This conference is organised by Arina Lungu and Charlotte Mathieson
through the University of Warwick’s Humanities Research Centre. For

UPDATE: [General] Women Writing Space:REGISTRATION OPEN

updated: 
Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 9:13pm
Arina Lungu

This one-day conference will explore spatial perspectives on women’s
writing from a range of disciplines, reflecting the scope of contemporary
feminist interest in spatial configurations. The conference will address
the issue of “how British women writers represent space”, considering
questions such as, how do women writers construct literary space? What
types of spaces/places are represented in works by women? How are
received notions of space/place interpreted, accepted, or contested? How
do we theorise the textual spaces in women’s writing?
This conference is organised by Arina Lungu and Charlotte Mathieson
through the University of Warwick’s Humanities Research Centre. For

CFP: [18th] Sacred Music in the Habsburg Empire 1619-1740

updated: 
Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 5:11pm
Dr. Tassilo Erhardt

Sacred Music in the Habsburg Empire 1619â€"1740 and Its Contexts

Roosevelt Academy (University of Utrecht), Middelburg, The Netherlands
5â€"8 November 2009

CALL FOR PAPERS

CFP: [Computing-Internet] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [Science] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [Postcolonial] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [Theory] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [20th] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:55pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

CFP: [Film] Media Fields 2: Infrastructures / UC Santa Barbara, April 9-10, 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 7:54pm
Athena Tan

Media Fields 2: INFRASTRUCTURES

A conference hosted by graduate students in the Department of Film and
Media Studies,
University of California, Santa Barbara
April 9-10, 2009

 

Keynote Speaker: Brian Larkin, Associate Professor and Chair of
Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University, author of Signal and
Noise: Media, Infrastructure, and Urban Culture in Nigeria (Duke University
Press, 2008), co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain
(University of California Press, 2002)

 

UPDATE: [Gender Studies]

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 6:31pm
Cynthia Degnan

3rd Annual UC Davis Queer Studies Graduate Symposium
"Queer Mobility, Queer Citizenship"
University of California, Davis
May 29, 2009
 
Keynote Speaker: Siobhan Somerville, Associate Professor in the Department of English and the
Gender & Women's Studies Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
 
Somerville has written extensively on the intersection of race and sexuality in U.S. literature and
history, and her current book project is entitled A Queer Genealogy of Naturalization in the U.S.
 
Recent queer scholarship reflects an investment in studies of transnationalism and a concern

CFP: [General] European Studies Conference 2009

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 5:55pm
Tatyana Novikov

October 1-3, 2009. 34th European Studies Conference, sponsored by the
University of Nebraska-Omaha. This annual international interdisciplinary
convention welcomes papers on European topics in all disciplines. Founded
in 1975, our conference has drawn participants from colleages and
universities in the United States and from abroad. Areas of interest
include: literatures and languages, art, history, philosophy, religion,
art, film and political science. Please send your abtsracts of
approximately 250 words to: European Studies Conference, Department of
Foreign Languages 301 ASH, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, NE 68182-
0192. We encourage submissions via e-mail: tnovikov_at_mail.unomaha.edu.

CFP: [International] Land and Identity Symposium, UK

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2009 - 10:35am
Professor Neil Campbell

Call for Papers Land and Identity Symposium

                  Land and Identity

A One-Day Symposium
Saturday, May 16th 2009,
University of Derby

Keynote Speakers:

Professor Stephen Daniels
(University of Nottingham)

Professor Donna Landry
(University of Kent)

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