Essay proposals are invited for a proposed MLA in the Options for Teaching series entitled Teaching Jewish American Literature, to be edited by Roberta Rosenberg and Rachel Rubinstein. The purposes of this volume are to create important links between the innovative scholarship emerging on Jewish American literature and classroom pedagogies and resources Possible topics may include but are not limited to:
This is a Call for Papers for a panel that will be included in the annual conference of the English Department at the University of Bucharest, Romania (2-4 June, 2016). Please send 200-word proposals for 20-minute presentations and a short bio to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1st, 2016.
When the flagship Journal of Victorian Culture announced its intention in 2008 to 'act as a forum for digital research on the nineteenth century and for discussion of its relationship with traditional scholarship,' it was an acknowledgement that a wide range of nineteenth-century research communities had become actively engaged with the imaginative and critical possibilities opened up by the digital world. Since then, its 'Digital Forum' section has included challenging work from a wide range of perspectives and chronicled the growth of this discipline over the past eight years.
Alphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media
The New Old: Archaism and Anachronism Across Media
Guest Editors: Stefano Baschiera (Queen's University Belfast) and Elena Caoduro (University of Bedfordshire)
Deadline: Friday 19th February 2016
We are seeking two papers for a panel we are proposing to hold at the next year's MESA conference. Please find the pertinent proposal and the call below, and contact us with any questions you might have. Submission deadline for consideration is February 10, 2016.
"Revolutionary Affects: At the Crossroads of Aesthetics and Politics in the Middle East"
Mediascape: The Question of Authorship in Cinema and Media
Columns Section: Call for Papers
This Issue's Theme: Authorship
Project Narrative Summer Institute, "Narrative Medicine across Genres and Media"
July 4 - July 15, 2016
The Project Narrative Summer Institute (PNSI) is a two-week workshop at The Ohio State University devoted to an intensive study of issues in narrative theory as they relate to a specific theme or movement. This summer's PNSI on Narrative Medicine will be led by Project Narrative core faculty Jared Gardner and James Phelan. On July 13-14, we will be joined by Rita Charon (Columbia University), the pre-eminent scholar-practitioner of the movement.
We regretfully announce that the 2015 Walker Percy Conference: The Last Gentleman in the 21st Century, which had been originally scheduled for October 2015, is postponed indefinitely. We are not accepting submissions and we have closed the "Submittables" website to avoid confusion.
We are sorry for the inconvenience and disappointment that this indefinite postponement causes you.
Loyola University will continue to honor Walker Percy and his ideas and writings.
To all of you who have participated in our conferences on Walker Percy's books, we thank you for all of the good faith, support, and many contributions that you have made over the years.
The MLA Committee on Information Technology invites abstracts on the history of digital labor for a guaranteed panel at the MLA conference in Philadelphia from January 5-8, 2017.
As labor-intensive projects continue to dominate the funding landscape of the digital humanities, scholars are beginning to ask important questions about the labor involved in such project. Who is doing this work? What are the working conditions? How are these labors credited or erased? By recovering stories and contributions by forgotten laborers—by insisting that students receive some compensation and that overseas transcription farms are recognized for what they are—digital humanists are beginning to attend to important questions of social justice.
CALL FOR PAPERS: MCLLM Conference
Date: April 1-2, 2016
Deadline for Proposals: February 19, 2016
Theme: "Keep the Change"
Two hundred and ten years after Charlotte Smith's death and nearly a decade after the publication of The Works of Charlotte Smith, Smith scholarship is coming of age. The conference Placing Charlotte Smith will convene at the beautiful Chawton House Library to explore the latest research on Smith and her places. What are we learning about her place in the canon, or in the development of various genres? What sort of commentary does her placement of characters in history offer? What attitudes do her works demonstrate about place and the idea of a polis/nation? Where are the places Smith is or might be memorialized? What are the various meanings of the natural place she explores in her fiction, poetry, journalism, and children's literature?
A special issue of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Review, Spring 2017
Guest editors: Derek Pacheco and Michael Demson
Call for paper proposals for a panel at the 2016 African Studies Association annual conference, December 1-3, in Washington D.C. 200-word abstracts and a short biography due to email@example.com by March 1.
This call for papers invites submissions from postgraduates, early career researchers and independent researchers on the subject of Science, Society and Civilisation for the eighth edition of HARTS & Minds, an online journal for researchers of the Humanities and Arts, which is due to be published in 2016.
Call for papers for a symposium at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge University
Dates: Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th September 2016
Symposium keynote speaker: Michelle Martin, University of South Carolina
Teachers' event keynote speaker: Gabrielle Cliff-Hodges, Cambridge University