Call for Panel Submissions:
Literature and Trauma: Testimony and Witness in Holocaust and Ethnic American Literature Panel,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada,
October 4-6, 2007
Please Email abstracts or full-length papers, along with a c.v. by March 1, 2007 to: Joy Viveros, University of the Pacific, jviveros_at_pacific.edu.
Papers invited on intersections between Holocaust literature-fiction and non-fiction and ethnic American literatures.
Of particular interest are papers that engage these questions:
Call for Panel Submissions:
Call for Papers
2007 ALSC Conference, Chicago, IL, October 12-14, 2006
I am writing to invite contributions to the Hispanic American Literature Volume.
This encyclopedia will be a stand-alone book and will be published by Facts on File in 2007.
The volume is complete with the exception of a few entries. I am looking for contributors for the remaining articles below.
The essays must appear in this volume for the first time in print and cannot be submitted simultaneously or afterward to another publisher.
Facts on File is a New York publisher of reference books for high school and college students (www.factsonfile.com).
First Call For Papers:
Australia and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference
University of Sydney
4-7th July 2008
The Department of History at the University of Sydney is delighted to
announce that it is hosting the Australia and New Zealand Association
for American Studies Conference in 2008. ANZASA brings together scholars
from Australia and New Zealand with colleagues who specialise in
American Studies from around the world for a major conference held every
Essays on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
CFP for the 2007 Northeast American Society for Eighteenth-Century
Studies Conference to be held October 25-28, 2007 at Dartmouth College.
The conference theme is "Transatlantic Destinies: Connections and
Disconnections across the Atlantic Seaboard in the Eighteenth Century."
_Traveling Songs: Lyric in the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century_
For a proposed special session at MLA 2007:
Black Literature in the Early (Mid)West.
Pre-1900, "West" defined broadly, reflecting changing "frontier" boundaries. The Black press, slave narratives from the (Mid)West, African/Native interactions, Thomas Detter, the Repository of Religion and Literature, the Elevator, the Pacific Appeal, etc.
Abstracts by 28 February 2007 to Eric Gardner (gardner_at_svsu.edu).
The guest editors of a special issue of African American Review on Repre=
senting Segregation are still looking for proposals for projects that ad=
dress the special issue topic in the late nineteenth century=2E =
The extended deadline for proposals on the late nineteenth century is Ma=
rch 15=2C 2007=2E Send inquiries or proposals to Brian Norman (normbria=40=
isu=2Eedu) and Piper Kendrix Williams (williamp=40tcnj=2Eedu) Complet ed=
papers will due by May 1=2C 2007=2E More information=2C including the o=
riginal CFP for the special issue =2C is available at=3A www=2Eisu=2Eedu=
/=7Enormbria/aar=2E See also African American Review=27s website at=A0 h=
For the Literary Criticism permanent section, annual convention of the
Midwest Modern Language Association, Cleveland, Ohio, November 8-11:
"Realism in Theory." This session will be devoted to assessing the state
of the conversation about realism (small r) in contemporary literary
theory and criticism. What are we saying about the modes, possibilities,
problems, meanings, and politics of the literary representation of
reality? What has been said about these things up until now? What might
be said in the future?
Call for Papers and Creative Submissions
Seventh Biennial Southern Women Writers Conference
Mount Berry, GA
September 27-29, 2007
Conference speakers to include: Barbara C. Ewell, Kaye Gibbons, Vertamae
Grosvenor, Minrose Gwin, Lorraine Lopez, Jill McCorkle, Harryette
Mullen, Brenda Marie Osbey, Minnie Bruce Pratt, Minton Sparks,
a special evening with Dr. Maya Angelou
(in conjunction with One Book, Many Voices Rome Community Read)
Since its inception in 1994, the Southern Women Writers Conference has
been devoted to showcasing the works of well known and emerging southern