The theme of the second international Graduate Conference is Death, the Cultural meaning of the End of Life, and aims to explore how death has been represented and conceptualized, from classical antiquity to the modern age, and the extent to which our perceptions and understandings of death have changed (or remained the same) over time. The wide scope of this theme reflects the historical range of LUCAS's (previously called LUICD) three research programs (Classics and Classical Civilization, Medieval and Early Modern Studies and Modern and Contemporary Studies), as well as the intercontinental and interdisciplinary focus of many of the institute's research projects.
Skill: Aspects and Approaches
The Ninth Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference
The Ioannou Centre, St. Giles, Oxford
Thursday 4th – Friday 5th April 2013
We are pleased to open the Call for Papers for the ninth Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference, sponsored by the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature. The conference is aimed at early career scholars and graduate students working in medieval and early modern studies. Contributions are welcomed from diverse fields of research such as history of art and architecture, history, theology, philosophy, anthropology, literature and history of ideas.
Revising the Normative: Using Postcolonialism to Readdress Culture, Literature and Performance
30 November 2012
Department of English
Lovely Professional University
The abstract deadline is 05 November 2012.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The relationship between literature and the visual arts has a long and complex history which includes poets responses to iconic works of art such as Keats's 'Ode on a Grecian Urn' and notable collaborations between artists and poets such as those between Auden and Henry Moore and, more recently, Philip Gross and Simon Denison. Beyond poetry, the tales of Saki and Vernon Lee and the fiction of A. S. Byatt feature descriptions of fictional works of art.
The Women's Caucus for the Modern Languages is pleased to announce:
The 2012 Florence Howe Award
Each year, the Florence Howe Award ($250) for feminist scholarship recognizes two outstanding essays by feminist scholars, one from the field of English and one from a foreign language. The recipient is announced at the annual MLA meeting. For consideration, essays of 6250-7500 words, written from a feminist perspective, must be published in English between June 2011 and September 2012. Submit an electronic copy to Kirsten Christensen, Department of Languages and Literature, Pacific Lutheran University at email@example.com
Deadline: November 30, 2012. WCML membership required.
NeoAmericanist, an online multi-disciplinary journal for the study of America, is issuing a CALL FOR PAPERS to interested Undergraduate and Graduate students. We are accepting any PAPERS, PHOTOGRAPHY, ART WORK, or POETRY, as well as REVIEWS of music, architecture, movie, books and multimedia from Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level students on the topic of the United States of America.
The Sixth Annual Comparative Literature Graduate Conference
Binghamton University (SUNY)
Literature, Politics, and Aesthetics:
The Production of Knowledge and the Future of the University
March 8th-9th, 2013
"We Speak a Different Tongue"
Maverick Voices and Modernity, 1890–1939
International Conference, St. John's College, Durham University, UK, 5-6 July 2013
Plenary speakers: Professor Chris Baldick (Goldsmiths College, University of London) and Professor Michael O'Neill (Durham University)
Call for Papers
We are pleased to announce that the 2013 SWCA Conference will be held at Nova Southeastern University in sunny Fort Lauderdale! Please see the information below and visit the conference web page to read the call for proposals.
2013 Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference
Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
February 21-23, 2013
Theme: "The Work We Do"
Chairs: Kevin Dvorak & Shanti Bruce, Nova Southeastern University
Keynote: Melissa Ianetta, University of Delaware
Proposal Deadline: October 22, 2012
PLEASE NOTE THE AMENDED DATES & ADDITIONAL KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ADDED!
The 9th Biennial Symbiosis 2013 Conference:
Transatlantic Literary & Cultural Relations
A Symbiosis, BCCW & Reading University event
Venue: Brunel University, London, UK
Dates: Thursday 27th June to Sunday 30th June, 2013
Prof. Paul Gilroy (King's College, London); Prof. Peter Robinson (University of Reading); Prof. Robert Weisbuch (University of Michigan); Dr. Kathleen Wheeler (Darwin College, Cambridge).
Guest speaker: novelist Will Self on 'My American Self.'
The organizers of this conference propose to continue the dialogue and productive exchange that took place at Cal State L.A. on February 12-13, 2011, on the occasion of an international conference on Modernity, Critique, and Humanism. We now turn our attention to areas of concern related to global demography, biodiversity, and to political and social movements in different parts of the world.
The Women's and Gender Studies Program at Morgan State University, in conjunction with B'More Proud, invites scholars to participate in a one-day academic symposium. The symposium will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2013. This symposium seeks to explore the complex intersections of sexuality, gender, race and ethnicity as they relate to LGBTQ themes. Each year's themes will reflect the dimensionality of intersectional inquiry. The symposium is open to scholars in every discipline whose work is pertinent to Queer Studies and/or the LGBTQ community.
Keeping with the 2013 ASLE conference theme, this panel will explore science fiction's speculations about the future of "Migrations, Energies, [and] Limits." Proposals are invited for papers that look specifically at the genre's critical extrapolation s of recent trends in migration, energy, and the crossing of planetary CO2, biodiversity, and other boundaries. What does the ecological and social future look like in science fiction literature and film when writers think about the implications of current demographic changes or the effects of industrial toxins and GMOs as they move across political and biological borders? What social and cultural commentary is imbedded in such thinking, and is science fiction an effective place for such commentary?
Call for Papers: Travel and Literature at CEA 2013
April 4-6, 2013 | Savannah, Georgia
Savannah Riverfront Marriott | 100 General McIntosh Boulevard, Savannah, Georgia 31401 Phone (912) 233-7722 Fax (912) 233-3765
Submission Dates: August 31-November 1, 2012
The College English Association, a gathering of scholar-teachers in English studies, welcomes proposals for presentations on Travel and Literature for our 44th annual conference. Submit your proposal at http://www.cea-web.org.
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Second Call for Papers: PLAYING WITH FIRE. THE METAMORPHOSES OF SACRIFICE IN CONTEMPORARY CINEMA
A Special Issue of "ANGELAKI – The Journal of the Theoretical Humanities"
Guest Editors: Costica Bradatan (The Honors College, Texas Tech University) & Camil Ungureanu (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
This special issue is scheduled for 2014.
CALL FOR PAPERS: