JITP, The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy,
cordially invites submissions by May 1, 2012 for our upcoming second issue.
What kinds of subjects are you interested in?
We welcome any work that engages an audience in critical and creative uses of interactive technology in teaching, learning, and research. Submissions that focus on pedagogy directly should balance theoretical frameworks with practical considerations of how new technologies play out in the classroom. Research-based submissions should include discussions of approach, method, and analysis.
Papers are welcome that analyze individual classic film adaptations of Shakespeare or that compare two film adaptations from the same era or from different generations. Please submit paper proposals to the PAMLA website by April 22, 2012: http://www.pamla.org/2012/
The PAMLA 2012 conference will be held at Seattle University, in Seattle, Washington, on October 19-21, 2012.
materiality and interactivity in art and architecture
With the advent of New Modernist Studies came a call to rethink the assumption that modernist aesthetic innovations are "first produced in the great culture capitals of Europe and the United States and then exported to…colonies and postcolonial nations … where they exist in diluted and imitative form as 'trickle down' effects" (Friedman). However, the modernisms of Canada and Australia remain marginalized within modernist studies, and only preliminary work has been done in response to this call. Re-examining Commonwealth modernisms through the lens of New Modernist Studies has the potential to reconfigure them not as belated and mimetic, but as distinctive and localized modernisms that emerge in response to their specific cultures and geographies.
The panel will probe into the private and the public in contemporary American poetry by reading it in terms of political criticism, dealing with the mainstream and marginalia and how their relation affects the aesthetic.
Send us abstracts up to 300 words and a short bio to email@example.com
The deadline is 15 February 2012.
The University of Virginia's College Medieval-Renaissance Conference XXVI is pleased to sponsor a special session on Arthur in Art. Papers on representations of King Arthur in Art—including painting, architecture, and sculpture—from the middle ages to the present day. Send abstracts (300-350 words) and brief cv to:
Amelia J. Harris, Academic Dean
University of Virginia's College at Wise
1 College Ave.
Wise, VA 24293
BORDERLINES XVI – Site & Sound
20th-22nd April 2012
Queen's University Belfast
Special guest speaker: Prof. Paul Strohm (Columbia University)
For at least two decades, scholars have addressed the striking convergence between modernist writers and reactionary, right-wing, or fascist regimes. From Andrew Hewitt's Fascist Modernism and Fredric Jameson's Wyndham Lewis: the Modernist as Fascist to Leon Surette's just-published Dreams of a Totalitarian Utopia: Literary Modernism and Politics, critics have sought to determine why so many modernist innovators were drawn to right-wing or reactionary politics. Yet the discussion has still largely been confined to the political leanings of male modernists, adverting to a fairly standard set of usual suspects: Eliot, Yeats, Pound, Lewis, Marinetti.
We are calling for papers dealing with contemporary literary, cultural, and language theories and/or their applications to particular works for the third issue of our journal. We would also welcome papers dealing with meta-theories and their significance for the human and social sciences, as well as reviews of the most recent books in the field of cultural, language and literary theories and criticism.
Papers should be a maximum of 7.000 words, and use the New Harvard Citation System. Papers must include abstracts and key words. Authors should also provide a short bio (up to 20 lines).
Literature/Film Quarterly, a long-standing scholarly journal devoted to the study of adaptation, currently seeks book reviews. We keep an ongoing list of titles which prospective authors may request, or authors may suggest potential books to us. Reviews normally run about 1500 words and are accepted on a rolling basis.
For more information, see our full Book Review Guidelines here:
You may also send queries to litfilmquart [at] salisbury [dot] edu
The African musicology Online Journal calls for well researched articles to be published in its Vols.5 and 6 editions. Papers should focus on African musicological issues, which should include among others:
*Analysis of works by African 'Art' (classical) composers
*Analysis of Traditional musical forms
*Analysis of Popular Musical forms
*History of African Music (from local, national or regional perspectives)
Guidelines for Authors could be viewed from www.africanmusicology.org
Only well researched and well written articles that follow the guidelines will be sent out for reviews.
Please send the papers to: editor
THE ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN MUSICOLOGISTS' (ANIM)invites papers for its 11TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
HOLDING AT THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC,UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, Nigeria, from 13 to 18 AUGUST, 2012
THEME: MUSIC PERFORMANCE IN AFRICA
Computer Science Journals (CSC Journals) invites researchers, editors, scientists & scholars to publish their scientific research papers in an International Journal of Experimental Algorithms (IJEA) Volume 3, Issue 1.
Computer Science Journals (CSC Journals) invites researchers, editors, scientists & scholars to publish their scientific research papers in an International Journal of Data Engineering (IJDE) Volume 3, Issue 3.
Data Engineering refers to the use of data engineering techniques and methodologies in the design, development and assessment of computer systems for different computing platforms and application environments. With the proliferation of the different forms of data and its rich semantics, the need for sophisticated techniques has resulted an in-depth content processing, engineering analysis, indexing, learning, mining, searching, management, and retrieval of data.