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CFP: Politics and Propaganda: Nineteenth Century Studies Association (11/1/07; 4/3/08-4/5/08)

Thursday, May 17, 2007 - 7:28pm
Kaufman, Heidi

Call for Papers:
Politics and Propaganda
The 29th annual conference of the Nineteenth Century Studies Association
Florida International University, Miami, Florida April 3-5, 2008

Keynote Speaker: Sally Mitchell,

Emerita Professor of English and Women's Studies, Temple University,

"Political Women: The First Generation"


We welcome paper and panel proposals concerning any aspect of politics during the long nineteenth century, including, but not limited to political figures, movements (Chartism, socialism, communism, anarchism, trades unions, reform), parties, campaigns, immigration, imperialism, suffrage, gender politics, war, slavery, nationalism, pacifism, uprisings, and revolutions.

CFP: Black Middle-Class Performances (6/15/07; collection)

Thursday, May 17, 2007 - 7:28pm
Tsemo, Bridget H

Call for Contributors
>From Bourgeois to Boojie: Black Middle-Class Performances
We seek engaging papers/writings for an edited book collection. The essays are being compiled in recognition of the golden anniversary of E. Franklin Frazier's controversial monograph __Black Bourgeoisie__ (1957), and must discuss both class and blackness as expressed in film, literature, media, music, autobiography/biography, theatre, or the performance of everyday life. The publisher for the collection will be announced at a later date.

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Shakespeare (UK) (6/4/07; BSA, 8/31/07-9/2/07)

Thursday, May 17, 2007 - 7:27pm
Kathryn Prince

The Third British Shakespeare Association Conference

Interpreting Shakespeare: the director, the actor, the editor, the =
teacher, the critic

The CAPITAL Centre, University of Warwick (UK) 31 August - 2 September =

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Shakespeare

CFP: Medieval/Gothic New England (6/15/07; NEPCA, 10/26/07-10/27/07)

Friday, May 11, 2007 - 10:33pm
Michael Torregrossa

CALL FOR PAPERS (deadline 6/15/07)
co-organized by Michael Torregrossa and Amy West
for sessions we are proposing in the Medievalism Area
for the 2007 Meeting of the Northeast Popular/American Culture Association
Clark University, Worcester, MA
26-27 October 2007

CFP: African and African-American Popular Culture (7/15/07; 10/5/07-10/6/07)

Friday, May 11, 2007 - 10:07pm
Kylo Hart

We invite panel and individual-paper proposals for the African and
African-American Popular Culture Conference, to be held at Plymouth
State University (Plymouth, New Hampshire) October 5-6, 2007. The
members of the conference committee are seeking contributions that
examine noteworthy forms of African diasporic cultural production,
during any historical era, at the intersection of popular culture.
Participants are encouraged to interpret the conference theme broadly
and innovatively. Individual presentations will be limited to 20
minutes in length.