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CFP: [Theory] Early Modern Dis/Locations

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 11:43am
Adam Hansen

Early Modern Dis/Locations: An Interdisciplinary Conference,
Northumbria University, 15-16 January 2010

On 15-16 January 2010, Northumbria University in Newcastle (UK) will host
an interdisciplinary conference on Early Modern Dis/Locations. The
organisers invite scholars and students working in literary and cultural
studies, history, geography, philosophy, and related disciplines to submit
200 word abstracts for 20-25 minute papers relating to any of the
following themes and questions by June 1st 2009. Contributors are free to
interpret and address these as broadly as they deem appropriate:

CFP: [Theatre] Early Modern Dis/Locations

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 11:43am
Adam Hansen

Early Modern Dis/Locations: An Interdisciplinary Conference,
Northumbria University, 15-16 January 2010

On 15-16 January 2010, Northumbria University in Newcastle (UK) will host
an interdisciplinary conference on Early Modern Dis/Locations. The
organisers invite scholars and students working in literary and cultural
studies, history, geography, philosophy, and related disciplines to submit
200 word abstracts for 20-25 minute papers relating to any of the
following themes and questions by June 1st 2009. Contributors are free to
interpret and address these as broadly as they deem appropriate:

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Early Modern Dis/Locations

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 11:42am
Adam Hansen

Early Modern Dis/Locations: An Interdisciplinary Conference,
Northumbria University, 15-16 January 2010

On 15-16 January 2010, Northumbria University in Newcastle (UK) will host
an interdisciplinary conference on Early Modern Dis/Locations. The
organisers invite scholars and students working in literary and cultural
studies, history, geography, philosophy, and related disciplines to submit
200 word abstracts for 20-25 minute papers relating to any of the
following themes and questions by June 1st 2009. Contributors are free to
interpret and address these as broadly as they deem appropriate:

CFP: [Renaissance] Early Modern Dis/Locations

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 11:42am
Adam Hansen

Early Modern Dis/Locations: An Interdisciplinary Conference,
Northumbria University, 15-16 January 2010

On 15-16 January 2010, Northumbria University in Newcastle (UK) will host
an interdisciplinary conference on Early Modern Dis/Locations. The
organisers invite scholars and students working in literary and cultural
studies, history, geography, philosophy, and related disciplines to submit
200 word abstracts for 20-25 minute papers relating to any of the
following themes and questions by June 1st 2009. Contributors are free to
interpret and address these as broadly as they deem appropriate:

UPDATE: [Religion] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:34am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Travel] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:34am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Children] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:34am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Collections] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:33am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Ethnic] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:33am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:33am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Film] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:33am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Bibliography] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:33am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:32am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Theory] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:32am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Theatre] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:32am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [20th] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:32am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Romantic] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:32am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [18th] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:31am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [Renaissance] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:31am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

UPDATE: [General] CFP

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 9:31am
Michael Hougentogler

Since 1985, the New German Review has been a medium for graduate students,
post-docs, and recent PhDs to share their ideas with the academic community
worldwide.

We publish articles on German, Scandinavian and Dutch literature, but we
strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of Germanic
studies, including history, culture, philosophy and linguistics. Book
reviews, new translations, and interviews also form an essential part of
our publication.

CFP: [American] Dickey Society Session for SAMLA 2009

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 3:26am
Tara Powell

The James Dickey Society invites papers for its 2009 South Atlantic MLA meeting focusing on
politics, broadly defined, in the life and works of author James Dickey. Please email abstracts and
either a cover letter or 2-page CV by May 15, 2009, to Tara Powell at tfpowell_at_gmail.com, or send
hard copies to Tara Powell at the USC Institute for Southern Studies; University of South Carolina at
Columbia; Gambrell Hall 107; Columbia, SC; 29208. Emailed submissions preferred.

CFP: [Victorian] Victorian Content in Contemporary Markets

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 2:20am
Victoria Haynes

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR PANEL PROPOSAL

VISAWUS Conference 2009, "Victorian Markets and Marketing"
October 15-17, Vancouver
Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United
States (VISAWUS)

We are looking for papers that explore how Victorian texts circulate in the
modern market. In particular, we would welcome papers addressing how the
modern market appropriates Victorian texts, images, themes and culture.
Possible topics include (but are not limited to) film adaptations of
Victorian novels, neoVictorian texts, and the rebranding of Victorian texts
through illustration, editorial apparatus and movie tie-ins.

CFP: [Film] European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 12:49am
Janina Falkowska

Call for papers -- International Conference

European Visions: Small Cinemas in Transition

Prospective Dates: June 29-July 2, 2010
Location: University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario)

CFP: [Medieval] Authors, Authority and Authorship [TEMA 2009]

updated: 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 12:30am
Cristian Bratu

We are now welcoming submissions for the session on "Authors, Authority,
and Authorship" of the 19th Annual Meeting of the Texas Medieval
Association (TEMA), which will be held at the University of Texas in Austin
on the weekend of October 23-24, 2009.

AUTHORS, AUTHORITY, AND AUTHORSHIP

What does medieval literature have to tell us about its authors, and
respectively about authority and authorship? Papers may discuss individual
authors, as well as theoretical issues such as authorship (individual or
collective), authorial identity (textual, social, ethnic or other),
anonymity (intentional or accidental), and scribal interventions.

CFP: [General] Sirens 2009 (10/1 - 10/4)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 10:59pm
Jessica Moore

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Sirens
Vail, CO
October 1â€"4, 2009
A conference on women in fantasy literature presented by Narrate
Conferences, Inc.

Sirens, a conference focused on literary contributions by women to the
fantasy genre and on fantasy works with prominent female characters, will
take place October 1â€"4, 2009, in Vail, CO. The conference seeks papers,
panels, interactive workshops, roundtable discussions, and other
presentations suitable for an audience of academics, professionals,
educators, librarians, authors, and fantasy readers.

CFP: [20th] Sirens 2009 (10/1 - 10/4)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 10:59pm
Jessica Moore

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Sirens
Vail, CO
October 1â€"4, 2009
A conference on women in fantasy literature presented by Narrate
Conferences, Inc.

Sirens, a conference focused on literary contributions by women to the
fantasy genre and on fantasy works with prominent female characters, will
take place October 1â€"4, 2009, in Vail, CO. The conference seeks papers,
panels, interactive workshops, roundtable discussions, and other
presentations suitable for an audience of academics, professionals,
educators, librarians, authors, and fantasy readers.

CFP: [Medieval] Sirens 2009 (10/1 - 10/4)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 10:58pm
Jessica Moore

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Sirens
Vail, CO
October 1â€"4, 2009
A conference on women in fantasy literature presented by Narrate
Conferences, Inc.

Sirens, a conference focused on literary contributions by women to the
fantasy genre and on fantasy works with prominent female characters, will
take place October 1â€"4, 2009, in Vail, CO. The conference seeks papers,
panels, interactive workshops, roundtable discussions, and other
presentations suitable for an audience of academics, professionals,
educators, librarians, authors, and fantasy readers.

CFP: [Graduate] Graduate Student Conference

updated: 
Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 8:56pm
Andrea Hernandez

CALL FOR PAPERS: Associated Graduate Students of English Conference

PoliText: How Writers Respond to Political Issues
March 28, 2009
9:00am-4:30pm

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