Call for Papers Mnemonics 2018 Summer School: Ecologies of Memory (Leuven, 22–24 August 2018)
The seventh Mnemonics: Network for Memory Studies summer school will be hosted by the Flemish Memory Studies Network (a collaboration of the Cultural Memory Studies Initiative at Ghent University and KU Leuven’s Literary Studies Research Unit) from 22 to 24 August 2018 at the Irish College in Leuven. Confirmed keynote speakers are Rick Crownshaw (Goldsmiths, University of London), Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow), and Gabriele Schwab (UC Irvine).
Why Remember?Ruins, Remains and Reconstructions in Times of War and Its Aftermath3-Day Symposium in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, June 27th-29th, 2018, Hotel EuropeKeynote Speaker: Donald Weber, Photographer http://donaldweber.com/
Sponsored by London College of Communication, University of the Arts London; Salem State University Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, De Montfort University, Leicester UK; WARM Festival, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Dr. Paul Lowe, University of the Arts, London, UK
Dr. Stephenie Young, Salem State University, USA
Professor Kenneth Morrison, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Interdisciplinary Network
Second Graduate Symposium
New York University | May 17, 2018
MARGIN reads Messy Bodies
Last year, in our end-of-the-year symposium focusing on the afterlife of Ovid in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, we found ourselves confronting surprisingly queer, surprisingly metamorphosed, messy bodies, bodies that frequently demanded decidedly messy methodological engagements, between disciplinary categories or at their margins. With all this in mind, we continue our group exploration of the body with this year’s symposium.
CFP: Flourish & Decay: Exploring Religion in Process. Keynote by Kathryn Lofton
The EGSA is pleased to release the call for papers for our fifth annual graduate conference to be held on Saturday, April 14th 2018. This year's conference theme is "Haunted Heritage: Confronting a Culture of Specters."
Haunted Heritage: Confronting a Culture of Specters
Rutgers University, Camden Graduate Conference
2018 Conference of The Society for Comparative Literature and the Arts
“Monstrosity and the Topography of Fear”
Sam Houston State University, Houston/The Woodlands, Texas
Call for Papers for the 14th International Gothic Association's Conference: Gothic Hybridities: Interdisciplinary, Multimodal and Transhistorical Approaches THE MANCHESTER CENTRE FOR GOTHIC STUDIES INVITES THE SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS THAT CREATIVELY INTERPRET AND RESPOND TO THE THEME OF GOTHIC HYBRIDITIES: INTERDISCIPLINARY, MULTIMODAL AND TRANSHISTORICAL APPROACHES. PAPERS MIGHT EXPLORE THE WAYS IN WHICH THE GOTHIC MODE HAS ENTERED INTO CONCEPTUAL AND THEMATIC DIALOGUE WITH OTHER FORMS OF REPRESENTATION IN TIME, OR ADDRESS THE ROLE THAT THE GOTHIC HAS PLAYED IN FOSTERING EXCHANGE ACROSS DIFFERENT MEDIA AND DISCIPLINARY BOUNDARIES.
Topics may include (but are by no means limited to) the following:
The Weird, the Paranormal, and the Problem of Belief
British Modernities Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
20–21 April 2018, Urbana, IL
Keynote Presentation: “Listening to the Dead: W. B. Yeats’s Communication with Spirits”
By Dr. Catherine E. Paul, Professor Emerita, Clemson University
Additional speakers TBA
“An island at the center of the world”: Reconsidering Ireland’s Role on the Global Stage
6 th Annual Dean Hopper Conference, Drew University
Madison, New Jersey
April 20 and 21, 2018
Deadline: Feb 15, 2018