Pathways 2006: Cultural Intersections in Native North America
cultural studies and historical approaches
CFP: ARTHURIAN LEGEND
POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION
THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
APRIL 12-15, 2006
MARRIOTT MARQUIS HOTEL
Papers and panel proposals on all popular treatments of Arthurian Legend from any period and in any medium—print, visual, musical, commercial, electronic—are welcome.
Abstracts should be 250 words max. Panel proposals must include abstracts from all session participants. E-mail submissions are acceptable. Please submit abstracts and proposals in duplicate.
Electronic submissions to
e.sklar_at_wayne.edu and DHof635094_at_aol.com
Call for Papers:
Robert A. Heinlein and Human Identity
Robert A. Heinlein Studies
An Area of the Popular Culture Association
National PCA/ACA Conference
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
April 12-16, 2006
The Heinlein Studies Area invites papers, panels,
artwork, and multimedia presentations related to
Robert A. Heinlein, his works, and his influences.
Presentations from a variety of academic and critical
perspectives and disciplines are welcome and should be
suitable for a 15 to 20-minute reading/presentation
Northeast Modern Language Association Convention
March 2-5, 2006
Call for Papers:
The American Culture Association has a new area! Does your teaching and/or
research touch on the relationships between the humanities and sciences?
Finally, another place to share ideas and informally meet with others
interested in Literature and Science!
The Literature and Science Area of the American Culture Association invites
submissions for the 2006 PCA/ACA National Conference, to be held at the
Marriott Marquis Hotel in charming Atlanta, Georgia from April 12-16.
CALL FOR PAPERS:
LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES, AND POPULAR CULTURE RESEARCH AREA
POPULAR CULTURE ASSOCIATION 2006
The Popular Culture Association will be holding its annual joint meeting
with the American Culture Association April 12-15, 2006 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia. Scholars from numerous disciplines will meet to share their Popular Culture research and interests.
American Art and Architecture Call for Papers
PCA/ACA National Convention
The Art and Architecture Area of the American Culture Association
is seeking proposals for papers for the PCA/ACA Annual Conference
in Atlanta, April 12 to 15, 2006.
Any aspect of American Visual Culture will be considered. Open Sessions are
scheduled along with Theme Sessions.
Proposals for papers for three and four person panels on any topic related to Art and Architecture in North America may be submitted by e-mail to either the A&A Area Chair or to the Theme Session Chairs noted below.
We are very pleased that the Society for the Study of the History of the English Language (SSHEL) will be sponsoring two sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo next year (May 4-7, 2006).
1. Regular Session: "Multilingualism: Linguistic, Historical, Cultural, and Literary Approaches." This session aims to explore links between multilingualism, cultural practices, and social identities in medieval England. We invite papers that combine methods in linguistics or language studies with methods in literary theory or cultural studies in order to investigate multilingualism and its links to gender/sexuality, community or nation in medieval England.
Call for Contributors:
NOW CALLING FOR CONTRIBUTORS TO PREVIOUSLY UNADVERTISED CHAPTER OF The =
Cultural History of Reading (2 vol. series forthcoming from Greenwood =
The Editors seek contributors for the following subsections of the =
Europe and Britain chapter of the World Literature volume: =20
Seeking abstracts for panel(s) to be proposed for the Society for Cinema
and Media Studies Conference (Vancouver, BC, March 2-5 2006) on the
topic "Media Studies and Recent Developments in Critical Theory."
Deadline for receipt of proposals: August 15th 2005.
Please send paper proposal and brief bio by email to Rich Cante,
Assistant Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, The Univeristy of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "rcante_at_email.unc.edu."
All interesting proposals are welcome--whatever media, concepts, or
"methods" they deal with.