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CFP: [American] Domesticity and Community

Friday, October 24, 2008 - 7:42pm
Meghan Gilbert-Hickey

Submissions are invited for a proposed panel for the Fourth Conference of
the Society for the Study of American Women Writers, October 21-24, 2009,
in Philadelphia. The panel will examine the ways in which nineteenth and
twentieth century American women writers consider, challenge, adapt to, and
even manipulate domesticity as a way to gain access to a larger community.
 Potential topics might include domestic space, housework, motherhood, and
other versions of domesticity, as well as communities based on race,
gender, class, politics, or varied combination of these and other
categories. Writers of all genres are of interest.

CFP: [Graduate] SUNY at Stony Brook 2009 English Graduate Conference

Friday, October 24, 2008 - 6:40pm
John Christie and Jesse Curran

Call for Papers for the 21st Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate
Student Conference
The Desire for Representation/The Desire of Representation
Stony Brook Manhattan, New York
Saturday February 21st, 2009
The Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference, the longest running
interdisciplinary graduate student conference in the nation, welcomes
papers and panels from all disciplines within the Humanities and Social
Why do we study? Why do we create? Why do we continue? Theories of desire
suggest the continual progress toward something that perhaps never quite
achieved. The brilliant Anne Carson writes, “there would seem to be some

CFP: [Collections] CFP - Anthology, First Person Sociology

Friday, October 24, 2008 - 4:33pm
Michael Hemmingson

Seeking chapters for an an anthology tentatively titled _First Person
Sociology: Towards Autoethnography and the Subjective "I" in Today's
Qualitative Research_ (McFarland and Co., 2010).