---IASA 2007 CALL FOR PAPERSINTERNATIONAL AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION 2007LISBON, September 20-23, 2007*Seminar Title: Interactive Dimensions between Transatlantic andTranspacific American Studies*Paper Submission Deadline: December 20, 2006*Papers to be Submitted to: tinarita_at_hum.nagoya-cu.ac.jp*Seminar Organizer: Professor Tatsushi Narita, Nagoya City UniversityDescription:¡ÈTranspacific¡É American studies appears to have been marginalized despitean indispensable role it is expected to play. Even the prevalent sphere ofTransatlantic studies would seem needing redirection. This seminar addressesthose issues which underlie both of admirable Transatlantic studies andemerging Transpacific studies.
Call for Papers
The Black Church:
Past, Present, Future
The Department of English at Texas Southern University invites you to
submit papers to be presented at the 2007 J. Marie McCleary Symposium on
"The Black Church: Past, Present, Future." The symposium runs March
29-30 at Texas Southern University, Houston, TX.
UPDATED CALL FOR PAPERS: BUDDHISM IN AMERICA
ABSTRACTS NOW DUE 15 NOVEMBER 2006
2007 Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association
Volume 4.1, Spring 2007
Call for Papers
18th Annual Conference
American Literature Association
May 24-27, 2007
The James Fenimore Cooper Society invites paper proposals for its
session at the 18th Annual Conference of the American Literature
Association, to be held in Boston, May 24-27, 2007.
CALL FOR WORKSHOPS AND INDIVIDUAL PAPERS
The 20th Biennial Nordic Association for American Studies (NAAS)
The 11th Biennial Tampere North American Studies Conference
"American Bodies, American Violence"
University of Tampere, Finland
May 24-26, 2007
We are looking for contributions on the theme of violence in/and North America
in various different contexts and fields of study (literature, history, film
studies, gender studies, queer studies, sociology, political studies, media
studies, environmental studies, and so on).
The Center for the Study of Brooklyn and the Ethyl R.Wolfe Institute for the
Humanities announce two interdisciplinary half-day conferences about
Brooklyn to be held at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.
Entitled "Imagining Brooklyn," the conferences will ask what makes Brooklyn
Brooklyn. With much of Brooklyn undergoing a major social and cultural
change to match its architectural transformation, we will explore the
borough¹s identity, past and present; the role of its ethnic and
neighborhood communities in creating that identity; its tradition of
authenticity; and the idea of Brooklyn as cool. We call for papers that
'Beyond Reasonable Doubt': Conversations in Law, Literature and Philosophy
from the Reformation to the Present Day 7th - 9th September 2007
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK Convenors: Yota Batsaki, Subha Mukherji,
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings J o u r n a l o f F l o r i d a L i t
e r a t u r e
Rural Representations and Kate Chopin
Panel sponsored by The Kate Chopin International Society for the American=20
Literature Association 18th Annual Conference (May 24-27, 2007; Boston)
Kate Chopin?s The Awakening (1899) takes place mostly in the urban setting =
of New Orleans. Since the novel?s publication and the subsequent scholarly =