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CFP: [International] Memory, Mourning Landscape

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 11:48am
Elizabeth Anderson

Plenary speakers: Jay Winter (Yale University)Bridget Fowler (University of
Glasgow), Avril Maddrell (University of the West of England).

Increasingly scholarly attention is paid to the role of place and space in
memorialising - whether in commemorations of individuals or in marking mass
deaths. At the same time, experts in a variety of fields are finding new
significance in the different ways of “saying goodbye” (or not saying
goodbye). The aim of this symposium is to investigate memory, mourning and
landscape, and the links between them. The symposium will therefore be of
interest to scholars across the disciplines of the humanities and social
sciences.

CFP: [Poetry] Princeton Comparative Poetics Symposium

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 9:32pm
Rachel Galvin

CALL FOR PAPERS
 
“CURRENCY”
Graduate Student Poetics Symposium
Department of Comparative Literature
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
Saturday, April 26, 2008
 
 
We are pleased to invite papers that offer questions, challenges,
elaborations, and interpretations of this year’s theme. We are
particularly interested in papers that work with poetry in languages other
than English and take a comparative or interdisciplinary approach.
Topics may include but are not confined to the following:
· Poetry and current events.
· Reportage. Timeliness and news-worthiness.
· Economies and circulatory systems as tropes for value.

CFP: [Graduate] Princeton Comparative Poetics Symposium

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 9:31pm
Rachel Galvin

CALL FOR PAPERS
 
“CURRENCY”
Graduate Student Poetics Symposium
Department of Comparative Literature
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
Saturday, April 26, 2008
 
 
We are pleased to invite papers that offer questions, challenges,
elaborations, and interpretations of this year’s theme. We are
particularly interested in papers that work with poetry in languages other
than English and take a comparative or interdisciplinary approach.
Topics may include but are not confined to the following:
· Poetry and current events.
· Reportage. Timeliness and news-worthiness.
· Economies and circulatory systems as tropes for value.

CFP: [Bibliography] SAMLA 2008 "Readers, Writers, and Communities in Early Modern English Literature" 4/30/2008

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 7:12pm
Lara Dodds

CFP SAMLA 2008 Convention : “Readers, Writers, and Communities in Early
Modern English Literature”

Textual and Bibliographical Studies Session

Papers are invited that explore the formation of communities of readers and
writers in English literature. How do writers respond to one another in
manuscript and print? How do groups of readers find community in the
textual features of books? How are the social, intellectual, or political
needs of communities met by the texts they read and write? This panel will
explore the textual means by which literature contributes to the formation
of community.

CFP: [Renaissance] SAMLA 2008 "Readers, Writers, and Communities in Early Modern English Literature" 4/30/2008

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 7:12pm
Lara Dodds

CFP SAMLA 2008 Convention : “Readers, Writers, and Communities in Early
Modern English Literature”

Textual and Bibliographical Studies Session

Papers are invited that explore the formation of communities of readers and
writers in English literature. How do writers respond to one another in
manuscript and print? How do groups of readers find community in the
textual features of books? How are the social, intellectual, or political
needs of communities met by the texts they read and write? This panel will
explore the textual means by which literature contributes to the formation
of community.

CFP: [International] CFP: Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance (26-28 June 2008)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 7:04pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

CFP: [General] CFP: Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance (26-28 June 2008)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 7:03pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

CFP: [Film] CFP: Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance (26-28 June 2008)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 7:01pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] CFP: Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance (26-28 June 2008)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 6:58pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

CFP: [Theory] CFP: Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance (26-28 June 2008)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 6:56pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

CFP: [Theatre] 'Cultures of Translation: Adaptation in Film and Performance'

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 6:48pm
Marta Minier

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

Cultures of Translation:
Adaptation in Film and Performance

An interdisciplinary and international conference

University of Glamorgan, Cardiff
  26-28 June 2008

Contributions are invited to an international conference which focuses on
various aspects of adaptation into film, performance, television, radio
and other media.

UPDATE: [American] Humor in American Literature -and in Theory

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 3:58pm
Stephanie Taitano

Reminder:

Send one page abstracts for Humor in American Literature session at RMMLA
to staitano_at_saddleback.edu by March 1, 2008.

The 2008 RMMLA conference will be held in downtown Reno, Nevada, from
October 9-11, 2008, at Harrah's Reno.

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CFP: [Professional] Female Academic Superstardom (2008 M/MLA)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 3:35pm
Andrea Powell

The Women's Caucus for the Midwest Modern Languages Association is
inviting 250-word abstracts for a panel entitled "Female Academic
Superstardom." The 50th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language
Association will take place on November 13-16, 2008 in Minneapolis,
Minnesota.

This panel will explore female academic superstardom from a variety of
perspectives. Successful abstracts might address one or more of the
following questions:

How does a critic or theorist become an "academostar," a term used to
describe a high-profile academic in a 2001 special issue of The Minnesota
Review devoted to academic superstardom?

Is there room on the runway for female "academostars"?

CFP: [Theory] Female Academic Superstardom (2008 M/MLA)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 3:35pm
Andrea Powell

The Women's Caucus for the Midwest Modern Languages Association is
inviting 250-word abstracts for a panel entitled "Female Academic
Superstardom." The 50th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language
Association will take place on November 13-16, 2008 in Minneapolis,
Minnesota.

This panel will explore female academic superstardom from a variety of
perspectives. Successful abstracts might address one or more of the
following questions:

How does a critic or theorist become an "academostar," a term used to
describe a high-profile academic in a 2001 special issue of The Minnesota
Review devoted to academic superstardom?

Is there room on the runway for female "academostars"?

CFP: [Ethnic] American Jewish Literature Call for Papers MLA

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 3:27pm
Ann R. Shapiro

MLA 2008 in San Francisco

American Association of Professors of Yiddish

American Jewish Literature: Its Founders, Malamud, Bellow, Roth, Ozick,
Paley and their contemporaries and followers. Proposals by 30 March; Ann
R. Shapiro (ann.shapiro_at_farmingdale.edu)

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            cfp_at_english.upenn.edu
             more information at
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Received on Sun Feb 17 2008 - 10:27:17 EST

CFP: [20th] Female Academic Superstardom (2008 M/MLA)

updated: 
Sunday, February 17, 2008 - 3:27pm
Andrea Powell

The Women's Caucus for the Midwest Modern Languages Association is
inviting 250-word abstracts for a panel entitled "Female Academic
Superstardom." The 50th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language
Association will take place on November 13-16, 2008 in Minneapolis,
Minnesota.

This panel will explore female academic superstardom from a variety of
perspectives. Successful abstracts might address one or more of the
following questions:

How does a critic or theorist become an "academostar," a term used to
describe a high-profile academic in a 2001 special issue of The Minnesota
Review devoted to academic superstardom?

Is there room on the runway for female "academostars"?

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