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UPDATE: [Ethnic] Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 3:54pm
Shifra Diamond

**Update: Conference location added.**

The New York Metro American Studies Association (NYMASA) and the Columbia
Journal of American Studies (CJAS) announce a call for papers for our 2008
annual one-day conference:

 

Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

 

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus

9:00am-5:30pm

 

 

UPDATE: [American] Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 3:52pm
Shifra Diamond

**Update: Conference location added.**

The New York Metro American Studies Association (NYMASA) and the Columbia
Journal of American Studies (CJAS) announce a call for papers for our 2008
annual one-day conference:

 

Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

 

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus

9:00am-5:30pm

 

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 3:47pm
Shifra Diamond

The New York Metro American Studies Association (NYMASA) and the Columbia
Journal of American Studies (CJAS) announce a call for papers for our 2008
annual one-day conference:

 

Circulations: Economies, Currencies, Movements in American Studies

 

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus

9:00am-5:30pm

 

 

CFP: [Renaissance] RSA conference 2009 call for papers

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 3:08pm
Julia Staykova

"The Allegorical Tradition and Psychological Inquiry in the Middle Ages"

The panel invites papers which discuss the role of the medieval allegorical
tradition in providing an epistemic model for self-cognition. The panel
seeks to raise interest in the contribution of allegorical representations
of dissected minds to a body of epistemic inquiry into the nature of mental
processes.

CFP: [Medieval] call for papers

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 3:05pm
Julia Staykova

"The Allegorical Tradition and Psychological Inquiry in the Middle Ages"

I am calling papers for a panel at the RSA conference in Los Angeles, 2009.
The panel invites papers which discuss the role of the medieval allegorical
tradition in providing an epistemic model for self-cognition. The panel
seeks to raise interest in the contribution of allegorical representations
of dissected minds to a body of epistemic inquiry into the nature of mental
processes.

CFP: [International] Alexander von Humboldt, 2009, Berlin: Travels Between Europe and the Americas (deadline Dec 1, 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 2:09pm
Rex Clark

Fifth International and Interdisciplinary Conference
Alexander von Humboldt, 2009:
Travels Between Europe and the Americas

at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany,
July 27-31, 2009

http://www.humboldtconference2009.de

Call for Papers
Researchers from all disciplines, professors and graduate students
interested in travels between Europe and the Americas are invited to submit
abstracts of their papers for consideration.

UPDATE: [Film] Registration Open: Continuity & Innovation: Contemporary Film Form and Contemporary Film Criticism

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 1:57pm
Lucy Fife

Registration is now open for:

Continuity and Innovation: Contemporary Film Form and Film Criticism

5th â€" 7th September 2008, University of Reading Film Conference

Forms are available to download on our website:
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/ftt/research/ftt-continuityandinnovation.asp

Keynote speakers will be Gilberto Perez, Douglas Pye and Adrian Martin. In
addition, film practitioners will be discussing their work.

Programme details will follow

Deadline for all registration forms is 28th July 2008. To take advantage of
the early fee, registration forms must be sent by 2nd June 2008.

CFP: [International] Translation in multilingual cultures

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 1:32pm
Francis Mus

Call for papers

TRANSLATION IN MULTILINGUAL CULTURES

The research group “Translation” and the research unit “Literary relations
and post/national identities” of the KULeuven organise an international
colloquium on “Translation in multilingual cultures”, May 20th, 21st and
22nd 2009 in Leuven, Belgium.

CFP: [Theatre] Role and Rule: history and power on stage

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 12:59pm
Alessandra Petrina

Role and Rule: history and power on stage
London, The Globe Theatre, 6-8 February 2009

Organized by Globe Education and the Università di Padova,
with the support of the Fondazione Cariparo

CFP: [General] Welsh Women's Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 8:42am
Laura Wainwright

Welsh Women’s Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

A postgraduate day-seminar supported by The Feminist and Women’s Studies
Association (FWSA) and hosted by the School of English, Communication and
Philosophy at Cardiff University, 7 July 2008

Keynote speakers:
Professor Jane Aaron and Dr. Katie Gramich

Including a roundtable discussion attended by: Professor Jane Aaron
(University of Glamorgan); Dr. Katie Gramich (Cardiff University); Dr.
Becky Munford (Cardiff University); Dr. Vike Plock (Cardiff University)

CFP: [20th] Welsh Women's Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 8:42am
Laura Wainwright

Welsh Women’s Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

A postgraduate day-seminar supported by The Feminist and Women’s Studies
Association (FWSA) and hosted by the School of English, Communication and
Philosophy at Cardiff University, 7 July 2008

Keynote speakers:
Professor Jane Aaron and Dr. Katie Gramich

Including a roundtable discussion attended by: Professor Jane Aaron
(University of Glamorgan); Dr. Katie Gramich (Cardiff University); Dr.
Becky Munford (Cardiff University); Dr. Vike Plock (Cardiff University)

CFP: [Graduate] Welsh Women's Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 8:42am
Laura Wainwright

Welsh Women’s Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

A postgraduate day-seminar supported by The Feminist and Women’s Studies
Association (FWSA) and hosted by the School of English, Communication and
Philosophy at Cardiff University, 7 July 2008

Keynote speakers:
Professor Jane Aaron and Dr. Katie Gramich

Including a roundtable discussion attended by: Professor Jane Aaron
(University of Glamorgan); Dr. Katie Gramich (Cardiff University); Dr.
Becky Munford (Cardiff University); Dr. Vike Plock (Cardiff University)

CFP: [Gender Studies] Welsh Women's Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 8:41am
Laura Wainwright

Welsh Women’s Writing in English: Voice, Space, Identity

A postgraduate day-seminar supported by The Feminist and Women’s Studies
Association (FWSA) and hosted by the School of English, Communication and
Philosophy at Cardiff University, 7 July 2008

Keynote speakers:
Professor Jane Aaron and Dr. Katie Gramich

Including a roundtable discussion attended by: Professor Jane Aaron
(University of Glamorgan); Dr. Katie Gramich (Cardiff University); Dr.
Becky Munford (Cardiff University); Dr. Vike Plock (Cardiff University)

UPDATE: [Renaissance] Drink and Drinking (GEMCS 2008; Deadline extended 5/23)

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 8:12pm
David Swain

Inviting papers on drink and drinking culture in sixteenth and seventeenth
century literature for GEMCS 2008. Topics may include drunkenness and
social disorder; drinking and social status; brewers and brewsters; water,
beer, ale, wine, or spirits; church-ales and other festivities; social
histories of brewing and drinking; economics of drink; alcohol and health;
temperance. Papers emphasizing social histories are encouraged Abstracts
of 250 words should be sent to David Swain (d.swain at snhu.edu) by 23 May
2008.

UPDATE: [Graduate] Hoaxes, Hucksters, and Phonies: Interpretations of Fraud in Popular Discourses

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 7:33pm
Andrew Urban

2008 SAMLA Convention Graduate Students' Forum in English

Hoaxes, Hucksters, and Phonies: Interpretations of Fraud in Popular
Discourses

The Graduate Students' Forum in English welcomes paper proposals that
address the theme of fraud and the role of the flim-flam man in current
discourses. Topics for papers or panels are not restricted to
literature. The concept of “fraud” can be interpreted liberally and may
include such topics as:

CFP: [Gender Studies] CFP

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 7:19pm
tinola mayfield-guerrero

The Midwest division of SWIP (Society for Women in Philosophy) is looking
for papers, poetry, panel proposals and/or other proposals for our upcoming
conference.
The conference will be held Sept 19, 20, and 21, 2008 at the University of
Wisconsin-Whitewater.

We invite work in all areas relating to feminism and feminist practices;
anti-racist theory/practice;political theory and ethics; metaphysics and
epistemology as well as papers, panels, and performances that engage
feminist anti-racist praxis and theorizing more broadly. Midwest SWIP is an
interdisciplinary conference with a particular emphasis on troubling the
discipline of philosophy and the theory/practice dichotomy.

CFP: [General] Contested Spaces: Conflict, Counter-Narrative and Culture From Below in Canadian and Quebecois Lit.

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 6:06pm
Domenic Beneventi

Contested Spaces: Conflict, Counter-Narrative an Culture From Below

in Canadian and Québécois Literatures

The state legitimates its ideologies though specific material strategies and practices in the aim
of defining social discourse and those who may participate in its production. If the
normalization and codification of public spaces produces the “proper” citizen who participates
in the consumption of the marketplace, it also produces the obverse - the homeless, the
criminal, the unemployed, the welfare recipient, the declassed migrant, the prisoner, the
dispossessed aboriginal, the racial and linguistic other.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Peace and Pedagogy Panel, Midwest MLA

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 4:33pm
Lisette Gibson Díaz

Abstract Deadline Extended to May 25, 2008

In 1961, John F. Kennedy said of his “Food for Peace” program that “Food is
strength, and food is peace, and food is freedom…” This panel invites
papers that address those connections. Adequate access to resources is
fundamental to assuring peace. Discussions of literature revealing problems
of sustenanceâ€"-i.e. nutritious food and clean water--in a global economy are
especially welcome, as are multiple and interdisciplinary perspectives.

Send abstracts and inquiries to lgibson_at_capital.edu or Lisette Gibson Díaz,
Asst. Professor, English Department, Capital University, One College and
Main, Columbus, OH 43209.

CFP: [American] The Third International Edgar Allan Poe Conference: The Bicentennial

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 3:33pm
Barbara Cantalupo

The Third International Edgar Allan Poe Conference: The Bicentennial will be held in Philadelphia,
October 8-11, 2009, at The Hyatt Regency, Penn's Landing.

Abstracts or panel proposals related to any aspect of Poe's work, context, life, and/or influence will
be considered.

Send abstracts to Scott Peeples at PeeplesS_at_cofc.edu or to Steve Rachman at rachman_at_msu.edu. Please put "Bicentennial Poe" in the subject line of your email. Deadline: January 3, 2009.

Through a generous donation from a member of the Poe Studies Association, travel scholarships
will be available for selected graduate students or international presenters.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Interdisciplinary Conference on Fetisihism, Istanbul

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 10:50am
Tuna Erdem

Fetishism is used in three distinct but, arguably, interconnected ways: commodity fetishism, sexual
fetishism and religious fetishism. In all cases, the fetish is always, an object that exceeds both its
value and its function as a mere object and always a stand-in for something else. This conference
aims to explore what this “something else” may be, how the substitution functions and the possible
connections between the three kinds of fetishism.
Papers are solicited from disciplines that include, but are not limited to, cultural studies, film
studies, literature, art history, cultural anthropology, sociology, psychology, psychoanalysis,

UPDATE: [20th] Stephen King Conference

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 1:48am
Michael Yetter

The 20th Century panel of the Midwest Popular Culture and Midwest American Culture
Association is now accepting proposals for its upcoming conference.

CFP: [Victorian] FORUM Postgraduate Journal: HAUNTING

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 12:54am
Jana Funke

FORUM: The University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts

Issue 7: HAUNTING

The idea of haunting points to a residue or surplus of meaning that cannot be affirmed in the
present and nevertheless makes itself known in unexpected and disruptive ways. The haunting
traces of the forgotten, the disavowed and the effaced fundamentally undermine and trouble
what we have come to know and rely on as, or in, the present. In this sense, haunting opens up
the complex possibility of spectral knowledge and emerges as a powerful tool of
conceptualisation and representation.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] FORUM Postgraduate Journal: HAUNTING

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 12:53am
Jana Funke

FORUM: The University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts

Issue 7: HAUNTING

The idea of haunting points to a residue or surplus of meaning that cannot be affirmed in the
present and nevertheless makes itself known in unexpected and disruptive ways. The haunting
traces of the forgotten, the disavowed and the effaced fundamentally undermine and trouble
what we have come to know and rely on as, or in, the present. In this sense, haunting opens up
the complex possibility of spectral knowledge and emerges as a powerful tool of
conceptualisation and representation.

CFP: [Film] FORUM Postgraduate Journal: HAUNTING

updated: 
Monday, May 12, 2008 - 12:53am
Jana Funke

FORUM: The University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts

Issue 7: HAUNTING

The idea of haunting points to a residue or surplus of meaning that cannot be affirmed in the
present and nevertheless makes itself known in unexpected and disruptive ways. The haunting
traces of the forgotten, the disavowed and the effaced fundamentally undermine and trouble
what we have come to know and rely on as, or in, the present. In this sense, haunting opens up
the complex possibility of spectral knowledge and emerges as a powerful tool of
conceptualisation and representation.

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