We're excited to announce that Debates in the Digital Humanities, a book originally published in 2012 by the University of Minnesota Press in print and on an open-access interactive web platform ( http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu ), is now a book series from Minnesota. By identifying ideas and discussions as they emerge, and by providing a platform through which conversations can unfold and be preserved, the series will highlight key tensions that are shaping the field.
Conference Dates: Friday 13 March - Saturday 14 March 2015
Abstracts Due EXTENDED: Saturday 21 February 2015
The Acacia Group at Cal State University, Fullerton is currently accepting proposals for its 2015 Conference, [Ab]Normativity. The Acacia Group is an organization of English students and faculty members committed to developing student scholastic advancement while fostering a strong sense of academic community.
Within the next few years, Williams Carlos Williams's early works such as Al Que Quiere (1917), Kora in Hell: Improvisations (1920), Sour Grapes (1921), Spring and All (1923), and In the American Grain (1925) will reach their centennial anniversary. And since these milestones also coincide with a resurgent scholarly interest in lyric studies and modernist literature in general, the William Carlos Williams Review is soliciting articles for a special, double issue on "The New Williams" (forthcoming in 2015). The coeditors of the project are especially looking for innovative research that brings contemporary critical practices and methodologies to bear on Williams's life and work.
CSULA's Significations graduate conference is looking for papers related to Christopher Isherwood's life, works, and/or his conceptions of Los Angeles. While the 2015 Significations theme is "Generation(s)" in all of its meanings, these papers need not deal directly with the concept of "generation" or "generations."
Please send an abstract, cover sheet that includes your contact information and school affiliation, and your paper (8-10 pages, double-spaced, MLA format) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, 1/30/2015.
The Emerson Society announces three awards
for projects that foster appreciation for Emerson.
Provides up to $500 to support scholarly work on Emerson. Preference given to junior scholars and graduate students. Submit a confidential letter of recommendation, and a 1-2-page project proposal, including a description of expenses, by April 1, 2015.
*Pedagogy or Community Project Award*
Provides up to $500 to support projects designed to bring Emerson to a non-academic audience. Submit a confidential letter of recommendation, and a 1-2-page project proposal, including a description of expenses, by April 1, 2015.
100 to 200 word abstracts for papers, presentations, panels, and poster sessions taking a critical or historical perspective on comics (juxtaposed images in sequence) are being accepted for a meeting of scholars and professionals at the San Diego Comic-Con International, July 9-12, 2015. We seek proposals from a broad range of disciplinary and theoretical perspectives and welcome the participation of academic and independent scholars. We also encourage the involvement of professionals from all areas of the comics industry, including creators, editors, publishers, retailers, distributors, and journalists.
This Symposium aims to explore the complex and contested relationship between Trauma Studies and postcolonial theory, focusing on the possibilities for creating a decolonized trauma theory that takes account of the suffering of minority groups and non-Western cultures, broadly defined as cultures beyond Western Europe and North America. Our symposium will build on the insights of, inter alia, Stef Craps's book, Postcolonial Witnessing, and will respond to his challenge to interrogate and move beyond a Eurocentric trauma paradigm.
Spring 2016 Issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities
Out of the Past and Into the Night: The Noir Vision in American Culture
Guest Editor: Doré Ripley, California State University, East Bay
When American movies made their way across the Atlantic after World War II, the French film critics couldn't help but notice their dark and brooding quality, dubbing them noir. Classic noir texts by authors like Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler featured characters that take on the big dark city as alienated, angst-ridden antiheroes.
Urban Outcasts in South Asian Literature: SECOND CALL
(Proposed Collection of Essays)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JANUARY 23, 2015.
Keynote Speaker: Ulrich Baer (NYU)
Call for Papers
The Works of Elena Ferrante: History, Poetics and Theory
Volume to be edited by:
Grace Russo Bullaro
Professor, City University of New York-Lehman College
with Stephanie Love, CUNY Graduate School
The image of the river in Latin/o American literature has been multiple and varied. The slow, meandering streams of nostalgia, the raging currents of conflict or the stagnant waters of social decay are just a few of the ways in which the river has become a potent symbol and inspiration to many of the region's writers.
Call for Papers
Special Issue of the Journal of Lesbian Studies
Identities, Gender Performances & Pedagogical Practices of Black and Brown Lesbian Educators
Deadline for proposals: February 15, 2015
Guest Editor: Bettina L. Love (email@example.com)
The Journal of Lesbian Studies, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Taylor and Francis, invites proposal submissions for a special issue on the subject of the Identities, Gender Performances & Pedagogical Practices of Black and Brown Lesbian Educators.
Euroacademia cordially invites you to
The 5th Global Conference
'Europe Inside-Out: Europe and Europeanness Exposed to Plural Observers'
27 – 28 March 2015, Barcelona, Spain
CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS
DEADLINE FOR PANEL PROPOSALS: 1st of February 2015
DEADLINE FOR PAPER PROPOSALS: 15th of February 2015
Description and aims
The Graham Greene International Festival is an annual event that takes place in Berkhamsted towards the end of September. The eighteenth Festival will take place from 24-28 September, 2015.
Papers are being sought for the morning of Friday 25 September on any aspect of Graham Greene's life and/or work, and/or his relationship with other writers, filmmakers, or thinkers.
Please send your proposed titles for a 15 minute paper, together with a 250 word abstract, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10th April 2015.