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CFP: [Graduate] IU/OSU conference call for papers

updated: 
Monday, January 26, 2009 - 2:26am
Jodine Perkins

We are happy to announce the 2008-2009 collaborative conference between the
Indiana University
Folklore & Ethnomusicology Student Associations and The Ohio State
University Folklore Student
Association. This conference aims to create a space for graduate and
undergraduate students to share
their research in folklore, ethnomusicology, cultural studies, material
culture, performance studies, and
related disciplines, as it relates to the study of academic and vernacular
interpretation of everyday life.
“Public and Private”
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
March 27-28, 2009
This year’s conference seeks to explore the following questions:

CFP: [20th] 2009 Society for Utopian Studies Meeting Panel: Meditating on the Break

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 10:43pm
Rob McAlear

CFP: 2009 Society for Utopian Studies Meeting Panel: Meditating on the Break

Society for Utopian Studies Meeting 2009

34th Annual Meeting
Blockade Runner Hotel
Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
October 29-November 1 2009

Panel Organizer: Rob McAlear (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

CFP: [General] Freshman English and English Composition

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 7:57pm
myra salcedo

Call for Papers

SCMLA
“Freshman English and English Composition” panel at the 66th annual South
Central Modern Language Association, Oct. 29-31 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
This panel has an open topic. Abstracts are accepted. Deadline is Feb. 20,
2009. Please send abstracts to myra.salcedo_at_mavs.uta.edu

For more information on the conference, including a complete CFP list:
http://www.ou.edu/scmla/

CFP: [Rhetoric-Composition] Freshman English and English Composition

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 7:56pm
myra salcedo

Call for Papers

SCMLA
“Freshman English and English Composition” panel at the 66th annual South
Central Modern Language Association, Oct. 29-31 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
This panel has an open topic. Abstracts are accepted. Deadline is Feb. 20,
2009. Please send abstracts to myra.salcedo_at_mavs.uta.edu

For more information on the conference, including a complete CFP list:
http://www.ou.edu/scmla/

CFP: [Victorian] Annotated Bibliography of English Studies CFC

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 5:19pm
Johanna M Smith

Call for Contributors

Routledge are proud to announce the launch of the Routledge Annotated
Bibliography of English Studies (ABES), a unique reference tool for those
working in the field of English Literary Studies.

Routledge ABES is a specialised online bibliography providing annotated
entries on all of the most significant research in literary studies
published each year. It contains scholarly annotations on all the best new
criticism, from which users can find out about a publication, how it might
be of use to them, and whether it has particular strengths or weaknesses
that would be relevant to their work.

CFP: [International] Non-metropolitan Modernisms

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 5:54am
Sumanyu Satpathy

Non-metropolitan Modernisms

[An Interdisciplinary Conference of the Department of English, University
of Delhi]

                                                                          
               Dates: 23-25 March 2009
      Venue: University of Delhi

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Intersections of Identity and Difference

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 2:33am
Chris Bell

Intersections of Identity and Difference:
Race, Gender, Class, Ethnicity, Sexuality, Disability

This panel â€" part of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
Convention convening 8-10 October 2009 in Snowbird, Utah â€" seeks to
examine the operations and ongoing relevance of intersectionality
theory. Presenters might address intersectionality in literature;
intersectionality and “post” ideologies (e.g., claims of “post-race”);
intersectionality and academe; intersectionality and metaphors of coming
(crashing?) together, etc. The list is suggestive; proposals from various
disciplines and frameworks are welcomed.

CFP: [Gender Studies] CFP: Speaking From The Margins: Feminist Perspectives -Grad, undergrad, and postgrad conf! 02/06/09

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 1:44am
Benjamin Tucker

Speaking From the Margins:

Feminist Perspectives

The 11th Annual FAU Women's Studies Graduate Student Association Symposium

Friday, March 20, 2009

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Jennifer Vest

Spoken Word Poet and Assistant Professor

Department of Philosophy, University of Central Florida
 

The goal of this conference is to cross disciplinary boundaries and to
bring together feminist perspectives on marginality and voice. This
symposium is an opportunity for scholars from multiple disciplines to
present their ongoing research, including class papers, theses, and
dissertations.

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CFP: [Professional] SCMLA 2009 Panel for South Central College English Association: "Works We Love to Teach"

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 12:54am
Shari Hodges Holt

Proposals for 20-minute conference presentations are invited for the South
Central College English Association’s session “Works We Love to Teach” at
the SCMLA 2009 Convention, October 29-31, in Baton Rouge, LA. What are
the literary works we most enjoy teaching, and how do we pass on our
passion for these works to our students? Which texts pose unique
obstacles or offer exceptional rewards for instructors and students in the
classroom? Papers discussing pedagogical methods as well as specific
challenges and successes in teaching selected works are encouraged.

CFP: [General] SCMLA 2009 South Central CEA Session: "Works We Love to Teach"

updated: 
Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 12:52am
Shari Hodges Holt

Proposals for 20-minute conference presentations are invited for the South
Central College English Association’s session “Works We Love to Teach” at
the SCMLA 2009 Convention, October 29-31, in Baton Rouge, LA. What are
the literary works we most enjoy teaching, and how do we pass on our
passion for these works to our students? Which texts pose unique
obstacles or offer exceptional rewards for instructors and students in the
classroom? Papers discussing pedagogical methods as well as specific
challenges and successes in teaching selected works are encouraged.

CFP: [20th] The Inklings and other fantasy writers

updated: 
Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 6:22pm
Joe R. Christopher

The Mythopoeic Society's fortieth annual convention will be held July 17-
20, 2009, at the UCLA DeNeve Conference Center, Los Angeles CA. Papers
can be two to an hour, at 20 minutes each, or one to an hour, at 40
minutes. The topics are usually the Inklings (Tolkien, C. S. Lewis,
Charles Williams, Owen Barfield) and other writers of modern fantasy or
mythic works; but fantasy movies, graphic novels, and earlier writers
(e.g., George MacDonald) are also possible topics. Presenters of papers
are encouraged (but not required) to submit the papers separately to
Mythlore, the Society's journal. Scholars not familiar with the Society
should be aware that the conventions are partly fannish (usually in the

CFP: [International] Submission of Conference

updated: 
Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 11:20am
Salman karim

Call for Papers

Political, Social and International Studies
Post-graduate Research Conference

Shifting Boundaries of the Public and Private

University of East Anglia
Norwich, UK, 5 June 2009

The boundaries between the public and private spheres are central to how we
study politics, society and culture, economy, political theory and
international relations, amongst others. The public/private distinction
encapsulates the division between state/family/individual and market and
between individual/family and state.

CFP: [General] SCMLA 2009 Gothic session-New Orleans

updated: 
Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 3:38am
Christopher Bundrick

The SCMLA Gothic session is now accepting proposals for the 2009 conference
to be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (10/29/09-10/31/09). Any presentation
that deals with gothic literature is welcome, but considering the locale,
topics that explore the gothic traditions of Louisiana (from Marie Laveau
and Bras Coupé to _True Blood_ and Anne Rice and beyond) are especially
welcome.

Please submit proposals for fifteen to twenty minute presentations to
Christopher Bundrick at <cbundric_at_mailbox.sc.edu>.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Food(&amp;)Sovereignty and Cultural Studies

updated: 
Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 1:25am
Max Haiven & Scott Stoneman

Food Sovereignty and Cultural Studies â€" a special issue of Politics and
Culture (http://aspen.conncoll.edu/politicsandculture/)

In a moment of acute historical potential, food and sovereignty each name a
grave global crisis and a horizon of political hope. Together, they name
the rallying cry for increasingly global diversity of social movements
(both radical and reformist) prioritizing the "right" of local communities
to manage their agriculture against global neoliberalism and neocolonialism.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Jews in Visual Culture

updated: 
Friday, January 23, 2009 - 10:17pm
Warren Hoffman

Jews in Visual Culture
Papers examining Jewish racial, religious, and/or secular identity in
film,photography, visual art, print or new media, and performance.
Abstracts to whoffman18_at_gmail.com by March 15.

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CFP: [General] Midwest Conference on Literature, Language, and Media (3/19-20/09)

updated: 
Friday, January 23, 2009 - 8:24pm
Paul Petrovic

Midwest Conference on Literature, Language, and Media (MCLLM) 2009
17th Annual Conference will be held March 20-21, 2009 at Northern
Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois.

MCLLM is a two-day, interdisciplinary, international conference covering
all areas of English literary, language, and media studies, from early
modern drama to global and American studies.

Keynote speakers will be Dr. Robert Dale Parker (University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign) on Friday, presenting on "Identity after Identity:
Historicizing Identity in Contemporary Criticism," and by Dr. Salikoko S.
Mufwene (The University of Chicago) on Saturday March 21st, presenting on
"The Origins of American Englishes"

CFP: [Gender Studies] Rethinking Sex: Graduate Student Seminar

updated: 
Friday, January 23, 2009 - 6:31pm
Matthew Goldmark

Graduate Student Seminar
Thursday March 5, 2009

Leader: Judith Halberstam (Literature, University of Southern California)

This seminar provides graduate students with the opportunity to discuss
their reflections on Gayle Rubin’s essay “Thinking Sex” (1984). The
seminar will be a component of a larger state of the field conference in
gender and sexuality studies that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the
publication of Rubin’s essay.

CFP: [Theatre] ATHE Performance Studies Focus Group Emerging Scholars Panel

updated: 
Friday, January 23, 2009 - 6:17pm
Joseph Cermatori

CFP: Performance Studies Focus Group ATHE, August 8-11, 2009
Emerging Scholars' Panel: Risking Innovation

The Performance Studies Focus Group at the Association of Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE)
conference invites submissions of papers for its Emerging Scholars' Panel. The theme of the
conference is Risking Innovation, and it takes place at the Marriott Marquis, New York, NY,
August 8-11, 2009. The ATHE conference this year is held jointly with AATE (American Alliance
of Theatre Education).

UPDATE: [American] Teaching Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Current Contexts

updated: 
Friday, January 23, 2009 - 5:35pm
Melina Mamigonian

Teaching Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Current Contexts
American Literature Association Conference, Boston, MA May 2009

This panel will include shorter paper and provide a forum for discussion of materials and methods
pertaining to teaching Gilman's work. Gilman's concerns include theories of art, history, economics,
science, childhood education, public planning, natural history and botany. In using fiction and non-
fiction to explore these areas, Gilman affords many different approaches to teaching. How is her
work being taught now?

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