This session invites projects and proposals that consider intersections between digital poetics and environmental practice, both construed broadly, as well as the implications of such connections. Email Lisa Swanstrom at swanstro at gmail dot com with 500 word abstracts and/or questions.
IJAET is an online, open access, bimonthly peer-reviewed, international journal which publishes original innovative research works, reviews and case reports dealing with engineering and relevant fields. The journal allows free access to its contents, which is likely to attract more readers and citations to published articles.
It is a great pleasure to invite you to contribute your best knowledge and research. Your contribution will help us to establish a high standard.
The journal covers all areas of computer science, electronics engg., mechanical engg., information technology, electrical engg., and many more.
For author's convenience, we strongly follow the following steps:
Transmission, Translation and Dissemination in the European Middle Ages, 1000–1500 AD, is an interdisciplinary, international, two-day conference to be held at University College Cork on 28– 29 September 2012.
This conference will explore the issues of textual transmission and the movement of ideas across medieval Europe. Indeed, going beyond consideration of literary texts alone, the scope of discussions will include the transmission of images, music, scientific learning, and related areas.
Keynote addresses will be given by Dr Caoimhín Breatnach, School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics, University College Dublin and Dr Anthony Lappin, School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures, University of Manchester.
Wormwood Chapbooks is now seeking chapbook manuscripts for publication. We publish both poetry and short story collections; for full details, please consult our submishmash, which can be found by following the link under the "submit" tab on our website:
Please read the instructions carefully before submitting to Wormwood; also, please send all manuscripts via submishmash - not through e-mail.
Our reading time varies, but we try to read manuscripts within three months of the original submission date. Please do not inquire about the status of your submitted manuscripts unless 90 days have passed.
A Few Lines Magazine is currently accepting submissions for its fourth issue, which is slated to come out in March or April. Our publication is growing rapidly, and our readership is larger than ever.
We accept submissions of poetry, flash fiction, fiction, and creative non-fiction. We read on a daily basis, so please feel free to submit at any time.
We're in the process of printing our second issue, and the electronic edition of our fourth issue is scheduled to release sometime within the next few months. Please feel free to flip through the pages of our past publications to get a sense of what we publish. We are not partial to any sort of aesthetic per se; we simply aim to publish literature.
Inviting papers (15-20 minutes) for the Popular Women's Fiction in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries session of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association conference, Oct. 11-13, 2012, in Boulder, Colorado.
The session generally accepts papers over American and British women's fiction of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Papers on all genres will be considered as long as the work being analyzed falls within the framework of "popular" literature.
Cultural Studies Association of Australasia annual conference 2012, Dec 4th-6th (pre-fix pre-conference Dec 3rd)
Hosted by the Department of Gender & Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
'Materialities: Economies, Empiricism, & Things'
Call for Papers
"Retrofitting English Studies: When Diversity Becomes an Afterthought"
April 14-15, 2012 PLEASE NOTE THESE ALTERED DATES!
Speaker: Jay Dolmage
Ezra Pound's iconic statement that, "To break the pentameter, that was the first heave" has covered over a more complicated history of modern prosody. This panel seeks papers that place modernist poetics in conversation with 19th-century prosodic debates. 300-word abstract by 15 March 2012; Erin Kappeler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CFP: Digitize This: Exploring/Exploiting the Rise of Digital Arts & Digital Humanities
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
November 2-3, 2012.
Instances from and reflections on the dual rise of the digital humanities and the digital arts: to include panels, workshops, and roundtables as well as the performance and presentation of literary, musical, and visual works. Proposals accepted singly or as pre-organized panels. Topics might include but are not limited to:
Call for Papers:
AUTHORSHIP AND AUTEURISM
2012 Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference
Friday-Sunday, October 12-14, 2012
Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel
Deadline: April 30, 2012
The "Authorship and Auteurism" area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association/Midwest American Culture Association is now accepting proposals for its upcoming conference. The MPCA/MACA conference will be held Friday-Sunday, October 12-14, 2012 at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel in Columbus, OH.
This panel seeks papers that analyze any aspect of auteur theory or authorship studies. Potential topics relevant to authorship may include:
We solicit contributions for an edited collection of scholarly essays entitled In the Margin: e-Text and its readers. Considerable scholarship of the past three decades has addressed the history, readership, and materiality of the book. The architecture of the page, paperstock, fount, blank spaces, and readerly annotation have been the subject of economic, material, and theoretical analysis. Attention to how books have been copied, signed, and annotated has illuminated a history of reading and literary activity. The codex, in short, has been invaluable to the material turn in bibliographic and literary scholarship. But what of the digital turn?
I'm organizing a panel on early African American poetry for Society of Early Americanists 2013 in Savannah, GA. I'm looking for panelists working on eighteenth-century poets (like Lucy Terry, Phillis Wheatley, and Jupiter Hammon) and/or critics of these poets from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (like WIlliam G. Allen and James Weldon Johnson). If you're interested, please send me a brief description of your paper by Friday, March 30.
This panel welcomes papers on any topics pertaining to humor in American literature and culture. Please send 250-word abstracts to Julie Wilhelm at email@example.com by March 1st. The RMMLA meets in Boulder, Colorado on October 11-13, 2012.
This year's RMMLA Conference will be held in Boulder, CO Oct 11-13.
This special topics session on RHETORICAL CRITICISM focuses on the analysis and interpretation of a wide range of rhetorical artifacts from the perspective of rhetorical theory. This year we hope to present works that discuss the practical applications of rhetorical criticism.
Please submit a 1-page proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1, 2012.