Whether framed as divergent (Ramos), cruel (Franco), subaltern (Saldívar, ed), vanguardist (Sanders), multiple and baroque (Bolívar Echeverría), kaleidoscopic (Schelling), contradictory and hybrid (García Canclini), truncated (Roniger), enchanted (Morello et all), or with a dark side (Mignolo), discussions of modernity have predominated in the field of Latin American Studies. These deep explorations into the nature of modernity have also shown a particular preference for spatiality, a visual category which privileges a critical vocabulary that seeks to map, survey, visualize, and picture a series of landscapes and territories.
Sometimes we have to laugh to keep from crying...and many people, especially today, use humor as a form of critique and resistance. This panel welcomes abstracts on any aspect of humor and activism in America. By May 16, 2018, please submit a 250-word abstract, brief biographical statement (inclusive of academic affiliation and contact information), and A/V requirements to Autumn Lauzon, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This panel is an affiliated session with SAMLA 90 (November 2-4, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama).
I wanted to let you know that the deadline to submit your abstract to the panel "Italian" has been extended to June 27!
The Italian panel is open to a wide range of papers topics dealing with Italian literature and culture. This year, we are particularly interested in papers that engage with the special conference theme of "Acting, Roles, Stages." For this reason, papers dealing with issues such as acting as art and metaphor, theories of role play and theatricality and conceptions of the world stage and the public audience, in connection to the session's topic of Italian literature and culture are particularly welcome.
PAMLA's Folklore and Mythology session is open to all papers that explore some aspect of ancient or modern folklore or mythology, but we are particularly interested in papers attuned to some facet of the conference theme, "Acting, Roles, Stages."
The 116th Annual PAMLA conference will take place on Friday, November 9, 2018 to Sunday, November 11, 2018, at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington.
Please submit your proposal to the PAMLA website, at http://pamla.org/2018/topic-areas
Pleas contact Charles Hoge (at email@example.com) if you have any questions.
Review Americana: A Creative Writing Journal is now reading for the fall 2018 edition of the journal.
We publish poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, scripts (for stage and screen), essays about the art of creative writing, essays about the teaching of creative writing.
You can visit the journal here: http://www.americanpopularculture.com/review_americana.htm
The spring 2018 edition will be published soon.
We are also reading for Prize Americana for Prose 2018.
You can read more about the prize here: http://www.americanpopularculture.com/prizeamericana.htm
DEADLINE EXTENDED. While there has been interest in the suffrage movement in both America and England for many years now, one area that has not received as much scholarly attention is the analysis of Life Writing created by those within the movement. Both working- and middle-class women provide an intimate portrait of what it was like to fight for suffrage for so many years. I propose a panel that examines the connections between suffragettes of different classes, ages, and nationalities as well as those in positions of power who supported them throughout. By May 30, please submit a 300-word abstract, brief biographical statement, and any AV requirements to Sarah N.
LAMAR JOURNAL OF THE HUMANITIES
Call for Papers
Special Edition - _Frankenstein_
Call for Submissions
Call for paper: Aletria v. 28, n.3 (2018) – Early Modern English Literature
Early modern English authors (c. 1453-1789) wrote in a period of unprecedented national and international political, cultural, social, religious, and scientific changes. Literature in English across a range of traditional and alternative genres reflected, resisted, and redefined these developments. We invite papers that identify and analyse the many forms of evidence of the literary engagement with transformative issues, events, and axes within and outside of the British Isles.
Editors of the number: Elizabeth Sauer (Brock University, Canadá) and Luiz Fernando Ferreira Sá (UFMG)