There is still room on this accepted panel for NEMLA 2020 (Boston) that examines the scholarly, pedagogical, and professional problems posed by current chronological demarcations of “early” and “modern” American literature and seeks to propose viable alternative chronological models.
We are seeking abstracts for an interdisciplinary collection of critical essays exploring insects in the long eighteenth century.
Renaissance Conference of Southern California
64th Annual Conference
Saturday, 21 March 2020
The Huntington Library and Gardens
Interdisciplinary Research and the Renaissance: How to Do It
Amy Buono (Art History, Chapman University)
Katherine Powers (Music, California State University, Fullerton)
Martine van Elk (English, California State University, Long Beach)
Call for Papers: BARS PG/ECR Conference 2020, ‘Romantic Futurities’
Call for Papers:
British Association for Romantic Studies Early Career and Postgraduate Conference
Keats House, London, 12-13 June 2020
Professor Michael Gamer (University of Pennsylvania)
Dr Emily Rohrbach (University of Manchester)
Call for Paper Proposals
ASECS Conference in St. Louis, March 19-21, 2020.
Society of Early Americanists (SEA)--ASECS Affiliate Panel
Panel Organizer: Patrick M. Erben, firstname.lastname@example.org (SEA President 2019-2021)
Panel Title: “Those Fair Seats:” Early American Immigrant Materialities
Transatlantic Literature at CEA 2020
March 26-28, 2020 | Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa
The College English Association, a gathering of scholar-teachers in English studies, welcomes proposals for presentations on Transatlantic Literature for our 51st annual conference. Submit your proposal at www.cea-web.org
As the tides sweep both shores of the Atlantic, so do ideas, themes, and issues. All topics in Transatlantic Literature are welcome.
A large number of graduate students are first-generation. This session seeks to cultivate a discussion about common questions, concerns, and advice for graduate students and postdocs as they navigate academia. However, this isn’t designed only for students, but it also aims to provide mentors with advice on how to better support students’ success and retention rates. This roundtable is intended to create a space in which seasoned professionals and early career scholars can share tips and ideas for first-generation graduate students, describe mentoring experiences, and foster mentorship relationships.
The South Sea Event: 300 Years Later