Date: Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 11:00am to Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 6:30pm
Call for Papers
Irresistible Night, Ageless Dark:
The Nocturnal in Image, Text, and Material Culture
November 15th and 16th, 2019
The Twelfth Biennial Bryn Mawr College Graduate Group Symposium
featuring keynote speakers Ioannis Mylonopoulos (Archaeology, Columbia University) and Noam Elcott (Art History, Columbia University)
Deadline for submission: May 10, 2019
The World Upside-Down: Absurdities, Inversions, and Alternate Realities
Columbia University Ancient Mediterranean Graduate Student Conference
November 1-2, 2019. Columbia University in the City of New York, USA.
Keynote Speaker: Patrick R. Crowley (University of Chicago)
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval-Renaissance Studies at the University of Virginia's College at Wise, the UVa-Wise Medieval-Renaissance Conference promotes scholarly discussion in all disciplines of Medieval and Renaissance studies. This year's conference begins on Thursday, Sept. 26, and concudes on Saturday, Sept.
The style of critical essays on the arts
CENTER FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH OF RELATIONS BETWEEN ORAL AND WRITTEN TRADITION
UNIVERSITY OF WROCŁAW
The International Interdisciplinary Conference:
CHANGES IN NARRATIVE STRATEGIES IN CONTEXT OF THE SPECIFICITY OF THE ORAL AND WRITTEN TRADITION
4th-6th of December 2019 Wrocław (Poland)
Call for Papers
The Classical Chinese Cosmopolis
Organized by Benjamin Ridgway, Swarthmore College
Short Version (32 words)
This panel proposes to explicitly theorize the cosmopolitan nature of classical Chinese. Papers will consider the role of classical Chinese in the formation of trans-regional communities within and beyond the Chinese ecumene.
Long Version (337 words)
Posthumanism and Premodern China
What Is (Chinese) Poetry?
Organized by Jack W. Chen, University of Virginia
Sponsored Panel by LLC Pre-14th-Century Chinese Forum
We are delighted to announce that the 2nd International Conference ‘Around the Humanities’, focusing on the theme of Madness, will take place in Cracow 27-28 April 2019.
We invite submissions in the broad field of humanities and social sciences, including medical humanities and jurisprudence. Submissions from students and PhD candidates who in their interdisciplinary research address the issues of madness and insanity are particularly encouraged.
The deadline for submissions is 24 February 2019. The abstracts for 20-minute presentations should be 150-250 words long. Attaching a bibliography is encouraged and it does not count towards the word limit.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by the beginning of March.