The SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) invites proposals for presentations that broadly support this year's conference themes; including individual presentations, panels, mini-workshops, or alternative innovative formats (including those utilizing videoconferencing and other technologies). Joint proposals from cross-department and/or inter-institutional teams, those which include substantial audience participation, or which bring in student perspectives are particularly encouraged. This year's conference is being held June 7-8, at the SUNY Global Center in New York City.
BORDERLINES XVI – Site & Sound
20th-22nd April 2012
Queen's University Belfast
Special guest speaker: Prof. Paul Strohm (Columbia University)
I am inviting abstracts for a Special Session at the 2012 PAMLA at Seattle University, October 19-21,
for a panel I am presiding, titled:
Music in France: From Classical Music to Chanson, Rap, and Rock
This panel examines musical genres in France and the Francophone World with emphasis on how music can be used in a French as a second language classroom and as a tool to enhance teaching and deepen understanding of France and the Francophone world.
Please send a paper title, an approximately 500-word proposal, and an approximately 50-word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Online CFP List and Paper Proposal Form for the October 19-21 PAMLA Conference, to be held at Seattle University in Seattle, WA, is now open. The deadline for proposing a paper to any of over 100 approved sessions is now April 22, 2012. For more information, please visit the PAMLA Conference website: http://www.pamla.org/2012
For the list of approved sessions, please see: http://www.pamla.org/2012/session-topics
Mapping Pre-1965 South Asian America, MLA, Boston 2013
Co-sponsored by the South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, The Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, and The Division of English at Nanyang Technological University, the Citizens of the World conference will be held at NTU's Yunnan Garden campus in Singapore on 22-24 June 2012.
The Women and Work panel will be accepting proposals until March 15, 2012. Please send an abstract of 300-500 words along with university affiliation and contact information to Phyllis Thompson at email@example.com. For more information about the panel, please see the brief description below or email Phyllis Thompson.
Women and Work: Vocational Adaptations in the Eighteenth Century
The 18th Irregular Miami J'yce Birthday Conference:
Joyce and England
University of Miami
January 31-February 2, 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers are now being solicited for the 18th Irregular Miami J'yce Birthday
Conference to be held at the University of Miami, January 31-February 2, 2013.
Possible topics could include:
• English characters in Joyce
• Joyce and the English language
• Joyce and subversion
• nationalism & imperialism
• Joyce visiting England
• Joyce and English contemporaries
• Joyce and Shakespeare
• Joyce and Cardinal Newman
• English politics and Joyce
• BUT ALL JOYCE TOPICS ARE WELCOME!
The 2012 South Western Region Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature will be held October 5-6 at Oklahoma Christian University in cooperation with Oklahoma Baptist University. The theme of the conference is "Theatrum Mundi: Faith, Representation, and Multiculturalism."
The keynote speaker will be Tony Award-winning playwright, David Henry Hwang , who will deliver the 8th annual McBride Lecture for Faith & Literature. Mr. Hwang will also appear, along with members of the editorial board of the journal Ecumenica, on a panel addressing issues of faith in contemporary drama.
Renwick Gallery - Washington, D.C., November 8 - 09, 2012
Deadline: Apr 2, 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS
Renwick Gallery Symposium:
Nation Building: Craft and Contemporary American Culture
November 8-9, 2012
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
This panel, sponsored by the South Asian Languages and Literatures discussion group, explores the history, development, and contemporary life of periodical culture on the South Asian subcontinent.
Transgressive Culture is a new international electronic and print peer-reviewed journal published by Gylphi Limited. It concerns the limits – in all of their guises – and what lies beyond them.
The journal aims include: (1) questioning the meaning and significance of transgressive culture; (2) understanding more deeply how this reflects on contemporary culture; and (3) offering an opportunity for transgressive culture to be more widely known through analysis of existing work and through generating new creative work.
The first edition examining cultures of addiction was published at the end of 2011. There are planned forthcoming themed editions on sexual abuse, Hubert Selby Jr., Will Self, and J. G. Ballard.
Call for Papers
NJES is inviting scholars in the field of English Studies to submit articles for an upcoming general issue.
The 20th METU British Novelists Conference: Salman Rushdie and His Work
13-14 December 2012
Contact name: Elif Öztabak-Avcı (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Department of Foreign Language Education at Middle East Technical University invites abstracts for its 20th METU British Novelists Conference: Salman Rushdie and His Work. Abstracts (about 250 words) for 20-minute presentations on any aspect of Salman Rushdie's work will be considered. Selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
Giving and Getting Access: Student Access and Success in General Education Courses
This round-table explores possible solutions to help diverse student bodies succeed in general education courses. Send 250 word abstracts to Rachel Dean-Ruzicka (email@example.com) by March 15, 2012; Nirmal Trivedi (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Vanessa Cozza (email@example.com.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2012 Trollope Prize, sponsored by the English Department and the Hall Center for the Humanities at the University of Kansas.