i am a MA student in English literature,and I am working on on my thesis under the title of "The Mythological Analysis of Renault's "The King Must Die and The Bull From the Sea" Based on Jungian Psychoanalysis" .
Beside it I want to present an essay about this subject,too.
I would like to know if it is possible to publish this essay in your journal.
My Best Regard
Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts: The 'Canadian Fantastic" Call for Papers
Towards the end of "We Have Met the Alien (And It Is Us)" (1985), Judith Merril concludes "after months of immersion in Canadian futures, that there is something one just might call a Canadian consciousness, and that this unique sensibility of accepting-and-coping might just have something of value to offerto the uncertain future of a planet in perilous pain" (23).
Papers can address any aspect of the poetry and prose of John Clare and his contemporaries, especially regarding the representation of the human and nonhuman worlds. A 300-500 word abstract and professional affiliation should be sent by 15 March to Samantha Harvey at email@example.com
Physicians for Public Safety
59 Morning Sun Avenue, # A
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Call for papers
Physicians for Public Safety is calling for papers, credible anecdotal data and other information on the interplay of medical marijuana laws, traffic fatalities, and alcohol consumption.
A November 2011 paper authored by D. Mark Anderson at Montana State University and Daniel Rees at the University of Colorado Denver* suggests that legalization of medical marijuana is associated with:
dramatic decrease in high blood alcohol count fatal crashes per 100,000 drivers;
overall decrease in alcohol consumption, especially among 20 to 30 year olds; and
reduced beer sales. **
Forms of Life: Literature, Politics, Aesthetics
The Department of Comparative Literature
March 2nd-3rd 2012
Stern College of Women
What makes an object, a person, or a pursuit a "curiosity"? Are curiosities abnormal and rare? Are they always the extraordinarily strange, or can they be an everyday oddity? Enmeshed in a larger set of notions that often pit the social against the individual, the normative against the taboo, and the expected against the surprising, curiosities generate questions about desire, taste, knowledge, and inquiry.
*Barzakh*, a biannual multi-genre journal with an internationalist stance, run by graduate students in the English department at the University at Albany, SUNY is open to submissions for its next issue to be published in May of 2012. "Barzakh" is a word / concept that names the connecting link, the "between" of something, such as different spheres of existence. In light of the current global occupy movements *Barzakh* is seeking innovative creative, critical and collaborative writing as well as writing in translation that specifically addresses the political implications of
PROSTHESIS: Journal of Interdisciplinary Theory and Critcism
CFP: 'Theoretical Matter(s)'.
We seek papers that examine the ways Deleuze's reading of modernist literature influenced his philosophy for a proposed themed panel at the 5th International Deleuze Studies Conference, hosted by Tulane University. Particularly interesting would be papers that undertake a study of modernist writers who have been comparatively neglected (alongside those like Kafka, Proust, and Beckett) in the field of Deleuze studies, such as Alfred Jarry, Virginia Woolf, Antonin Artaud, D.H. Lawrence, H.P. Lovecraft, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry James, William Faulkner, and Jorge Luis Borges, among others.
Medieval Multilingualism in the British Isles
The Graduate Conference of Magdalene Medievalists Society
Magdalene College, Cambridge, Saturday 21st July 2012
Keynote Speaker: Dr Tony Hunt, St Peter's College, Oxford
The phenomenon of multilingualism in the Middle Ages has received an increasing amount of scholarly attention in recent years, with at least two major essay collections and one conference devoted to the topic since the Millennium, and numerous articles and book chapters. This graduate and early career conference aims to give those new to the field an opportunity to contribute to what has become an important site of critical debate.
Deadline for abstracts Wednesday 29th February 2012
Conference website: http://thespectrum2012cambridgefrenchgraduateconference.wordpress.com/
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Dr Jane Hiddleston (University of Oxford)
Professor Michael Moriarty (University of Cambridge)
Professor Clive Scott (University of East Anglia)
A spectrum is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum.
[The editors are pleased to report that this project has already received favorable attention from a scholarly press and, in order to present as wide a net of subject coverage as possible, are especially interested at this point in receiving submissions on topics related to film, television, performance and visual arts, though submissions from all genres are still welcome up to the deadline]
Patrice Evans, who blogs under the moniker "The Assimilated Negro," published an online essay on the ebonyjet.com website late in 2007 that lamented the seeming lack of satire in mainstream black culture:
Although the tradition of thinking about the image in philosophy and aesthetics goes all the way back to Plato and Aristotle there have recently been numerous critical approaches that depart from this tradition and envision the image as neither a copy of a copy nor as an ideological formation. The Graduate Conference "The Violence of the Image" seeks to further these new insights into the nature of the image.
Call for papers for a special issue of
An International Journal on Multi-Sensor, Multi-Source Information Fusion
An Elsevier Publication
"Special Issue on Information Fusion in Medical Image Computing and Systems"
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Belur V. Dasarathy, FIEEE
CALL FOR PAPERS
TRANSITIONS AND DISSOLVING BOUNDARIES IN THE FANTASTIC
Third Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Fantastikforschung (GFF)
at the University of Zurich from 13th to 16th September 2012