Carleton University's newly formed Music and Social Justice Collective invites proposals for an interdisciplinary symposium on the subject of music and social justice to be held on February 24 and 25, 2012 at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Bringing together graduate students and academics from a wide variety of disciplines as well as performers, community activists, and other cultural workers, the symposium will examine music's capacity to act as an agent for positive social change in a variety of musical, social, and cultural contexts.
Charles Olson began teaching at Black Mountain College as a visiting lecturer in October 1948, was appointed Rector in March 1951,and presided over the College's closing in 1956. During those years he wrote some of his most important essays and poems, including the first of "The Maximus Poems," and began his influential engagements with Cid Corman, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Ed Dorn, and many others.
Please submit a one-page proposal for a 15-minute paper on an ecocritical approach to Faulkner for the following conference:
Faulkner at West Point: The Writer in Public
West Point, New York
April 19-21, 2012
Depending on the contributions received, the panel might focus on Go Down, Moses or more broadly. Intersections between ecocritical and other critical approaches welcomed. Include a short bio.
Direct questions to Mary Newell at email@example.com. Submission deadline: 12/2
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FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION
Several authors have contacted EVOMUSART to get an extension of the submission deadline. It was therefore agreed, to extend the deadline for all events. Authors who have already submitted their work may update their submission until the deadline. The new submission deadline is December 7.
1st International Conference and 10th European Event on Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design
11-13 April 2012, Malaga, Spain
We are welcoming graduate and undergraduate student papers or full panel proposals that address any area of literature (British, American, world, colonial and post-colonial, medieval, modern, contemporary, etc.), rhetoric, composition, or pedagogical studies. Please submit a 250-300 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions must include name, institutional affiliation, student status (graduate or undergraduate), contact information (name, phone number, address, email address), and a list of any audio/visual equipment needed for your presentation. Presentation time should be limited to 20 minutes (usually about ten pages).
Ireland and African-America
9-11 March 2012
Clinton Institute for American Studies
University College Dublin, Ireland
Call for Papers
On July 31st 2011, we start the CFP for the seventh issue of 452ºF Journal of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature, to be published in July 2012. This CFP is open and addressed to anyone who wishes to contribute and holds at least a BA degree.
The criteria, enumerated below, regulate the reception and publication of the different articles and are subject to the content of the Peer review System, the Style-sheet and the Legal Notice. These can be consulted in the Procedures area of the web page.
- The deadline for submissions is January 31st 2012, all articles received after this date will be rejected.
Please note that the deadline for the following conference is fast approaching:
It All Ended.
Harry Potter and Popular Culture.
A one-day symposium hosted by De Montfort University.
Leicester, Wednesday 29th February 2012.
J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels and Warner Bros' film adaptations constitute one of the most successful media franchises of the modern age. Now that both books and films have reached a spectacular conclusion, this conference aims to assess Harry Potter's place in popular culture.
We welcome papers which look at any aspect of the Potter phenomenon, from creative, artistic or industrial evaluations, through to case studies of related products and fan communities.
The Edinburgh Companion to Modern Anglophone Jewish Fiction, edited by David Brauner (Reading) and Axel Stähler (Kent), will be an authoritative research-level reference book on the range of Anglophone Jewish fiction published over the course of the twentieth century and the start of the twenty-first. It is aimed at the growing number of research students and scholars working in the field of Jewish fiction, either as a specialism in itself or as part of English, American Studies, Literary Studies, Cultural Studies and Jewish Studies research degrees.
March 21st, 2012, St. Louis, Missouri
Proposal Deadline: December 15th, 2011
This year's workshop is designed to provide time and space for mentoring conversations among experts, advanced scholars, assistant professors, adjunct faculty, and graduate students as they negotiate various gateways—to tenure, publication, collaboration, pedagogical innovation, interdisciplinarity, graduation, and more.
As in past years, the 2012 Workshop will run all day Wednesday, with plenary speakers in the morning and collaborative roundtables in the afternoon.
Morning Plenary Speakers will focus on mentoring and diversity in feminist studies; individual presentations will be followed by time for questions and conversation.
CALL FOR PAPERS
London International Conference on Education (LICE-2012)
November 19-22, 2012, London, UK
The London International Conference on Education (LICE) is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The LICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education.
Re-conceptualizing Cartography: Space-Time Compression and Narrative Mapping
University of South Florida Graduate Conference
13–14 April 2012
Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies invites academicians and scholars to submit articles and discussion pieces to our coming issues. Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies is a peer reviewed journal run by the students of the Department of International Relations of the Middle East Technical University (METU). The journal is currently being published two times a year. All articles are subject to review by anonymous referees specified by our Editorial Board.
This session 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 send proposals to email@example.com. Deadline is March 1, 2012.
In Progress (inprogressjournal.net) is currently seeking submissions for its second issue, scheduled for release on April 20, 2012. All submissions fitting the mission of In Progress will be considered.
In Progress is a peer reviewed, online journal that aims to address issues affecting graduate students across the academic disciplines. Because there are few opportunities for graduate students to interact with and learn from each other outside of our own departments and universities, this journal was conceived as a place for graduate students and faculty to share information and insights regarding all aspects of the often-mystified process of graduate study and beyond into civic discourses and social activism.