"Connectedness, Identity and Alienation"
As the country that gave the world the novel one thousand years ago, and subsequently haiku and manga, Japan's long and rich literary history make it an ideal place to bring together academics, writers, and librarians to celebrate, debate, and explore their common passion. The aim of this International Conference is to encourage academics, scholars and practitioners representing a exciting diversity of countries, cultures, and religions to meet and exchange ideas and views in a forum encouraging respectful dialogue.
TV Fangdom: A Conference on Television Vampires
7-8 June 2013
The University of Northampton
CONFERENCE THEME: "Connectedness and Alienation: The 21st Century Enigma"
Being connected through social networking sites has become an accepted form of communication in today's digitalized world. People can spend hours a day talking on mobile phones, on Skype, or on the Internet, which gives the impression that we are a more connected world than ever before. And communication is lauded. Because of the massive information flow we can call ourselves perhaps the most connected age in history. But is this connectedness, however, real or illusory?
2013 Conference Theme: "Connectedness & Alienation: The 21st Century Enigma"
The Society for Contemporary Literature invites 300-word abstracts for presentations at the annual conference of the American Literature Assoc. The program committee welcomes abstracts on Experimental American Fiction published in the last 25 years.
The Society for Contemporary Literature invites 300-word abstracts for presentations at the annual conference of the American Literature Assoc. The program committee welcomes abstracts on any aspect of American literature published in the last 25 years.
Medievalists @ Penn (M@P) is a graduate student organization at the University of Pennsylvania invested in developing a broad interdisciplinary understanding of the Middle Ages. We are pleased to announce our 5th Annual Graduate Student Conference entitled "Translatio: From Rhetoric to Empire."
Keynote Speaker: Jamie Taylor, Bryn Mawr College
"Chaucerian translatio: Spanish Wine, Vernacular Invention, and Anglo-Iberian Exchange"
Examining Past and Defining Present
The Black Literary Aesthetic in the USA, Canada, and Caribbean
April 11 – 13, 2013
Contact: Dr. Emily Allen-Williams, Conference Director
Mr. Morris Gardner, Program Manager
Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History
101 Auburn Avenue, NE | Atlanta, GA 30303 | 404-730-4001
Founder of the Black Arts Movement
Issue 10 of Altre Modernità (http://riviste.unimi.it/index.php/AMonline) means to investigate the following topics both in an applied and a theoretical perspective:
Migrating plants in literature, poetry, visual arts, music …
Great transmigrations of plants and their representations in contemporary culture
Transfers among the various botanical gardens for study purposes and collection completeness
Trade of plants
Spontaneous migration of specimen, analysis of transmigration of individual specimen, and denied transmigrations
The role of gardeners and horticulturists
Call for Papers for Special Issue: Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies Summer 2013
'Writing Bodies: Gender and Medicine in the Nineteenth Century'
Call for Papers:
Friday May 17, 2013.
The Centre for Modernist Studies
University of Sussex
Responding to recent scholarly constellations of modernism, affect and intimacy this one-day symposium, hosted by the Centre for Modernist Studies at University of Sussex, seeks to explore new ways of thinking about modernist feeling and modernist intimacies. Are there such things as "modernist feelings"? How might different modernist narratives of emotion in psychoanalysis, literary theory, philosophy and medicine be made to collide, disrupt and form new points of contact? How do modernist bodies come together and apart?
Deadline Extension: December 15th, 2012.
The Louisiana Conference invites papers and creative work on the universal place of fairy tales in the world of communication and education. We are interested in how fairy tales are and have been used to bridge cultures and time, connecting diverse peoples by means of easily translatable concepts. Of particular interest are the struggles of truth and deception, reality and illusion, honesty and trickery; violence, fear, entrapment and salvation; character altering cryptozoological sightings; happiness deferred, denied, and occasionally delivered.
Neo-Victorian Studies is currently soliciting scholarly and creative work for its 2013 general issue. The editors welcome articles from established and early career scholars and creative artists on any topic related to the exploration of nineteenth-century legacies from twentieth/twenty-first-century perspectives.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Translation, Adaptation & Dramaturgy Working Group
International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR/FIRT)
Annual Meeting – Barcelona, Spain, 22-26 July 2013