CFP: Science in Nineteenth-Century Britain
An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at the
University of Chicago
April 7, 2006
Keynote speaker: George Levine, Rutgers
CFP: Science in Nineteenth-Century Britain
The conference website for the University of South Carolina's Nineteenth-Century Graduate Literature Conference, "Nineteenth-Century Literature and the Cultural Moment," is now online at http://www.cas.sc.edu/engl/19thcenturyconference/index.html.
A scholarly press has expressed interest in publishing a volume of essays from the conference. We anticipate choosing 14 to 16 essays for inclusion in this collection.
Hotel Critical Review
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!!
Deadline for Submissions: December 9th, 2005
Please submit an attached file to hotel_at_mail.mcgill.ca
3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference
on Luso-Brazilian and Hispanic Literature, Linguistics and Culture
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
* * * * CALL FOR PAPERS * * * *
The Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC), Department of Spanish and
Portuguese, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana is hosting a conference
February 19-20, 2006. All papers related to Luso-Brazilian and Hispanic
literature, linguistics and culture are welcome. Our suggested topic for this
year is "Peripheries", although any other topic will also be considered to be
part of the conference. Research on theoretical and applied linguistics,
literature, and culture pertaining to the suggested topics is encouraged.
NOTE: Plenary speaker information updated.
Call for Papers for Conference for Medieval Studies (Grad)
We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the fourth annual =
for Medieval Studies, a graduate conference sponsored by Comitatus, the =
Purdue Medieval interest group, to be held at Purdue University,West =
Lafayette, Indiana from February 17-18, 2006. The theme for this year's =
conference is "(Re)Imagining Arthur: Cultural and Theoretical Contexts =
of the Arthurian Legends."
A National Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
March 23rd, 24th, and 25th 2006
Seeking both scholarly and creative submissions
Possible topics may include:
Entropy and chaos
Parody and pastiche
Challenges to normative models
Chance and serendipity
Disaster and trauma
Benefits of "failure"
The artist as "deviant"
Theories of fallibility
Fallibility of theories
Send 250 word abstracts by January 23, 2006 to:
PLEASE NOTE THE EXTENDED DEADLINE!
The Music Theatre/Dance Focus Group of The Association for Theatre in =
Higher Education (ATHE) announces its call for papers for the Third =
Annual Emerging Scholarship Panel for the 2006 ATHE conference in =
Chicago. Papers can address any area in the purview of the Music =
Theatre/Dance Focus group, which includes opera, operettas, musicals, =
dance theatre, performance art with music or dance elements, and =
pedagogy in music theatre and dance. Submissions are open to graduate =
students and scholars who have not presented at a national conference, =
as well as established scholars who have not presented or published in =
the areas of Music Theatre or Dance.=20
Questioning the Boundaries in & around the Humanities
University of Utah, Salt Lake City ~ March 17-18, 2006
Department of English
The University at Albany, SUNY
Attention Graduate Students!
The Humanities Graduate Conference Committee invites you to share your work at a conference organized by graduate students for graduate students. This year's theme presents a question to further expand the interdisciplinary conversation: What are the facts, manners, and means of negotiating borders and identities in the humanities?
Call for Abstracts
CALL FOR PAPERS
12th Annual Postgraduate Medieval Conference
17th-18th February 2006
University of Bristol, UK
'Invention and Discovery'
We are pleased to invite papers from postgraduate medievalists on the theme
of Invention and Discovery in the Middle Ages (c.500AD - c. 1500AD). This
is a period with which ideas of Invention and Discovery resonate in many
ways, including (but not limited to):
Battleground States: Scholarship in Times of Crisis.
Friday March, 31-Saturday, April 1, 2006
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio
As subjects and scholars, we negotiate contested spaces daily.
We live in a time of global military and political battles,
deterritorialized "wars" against drugs and "terror," and a
heightened contestation over discourses that define
patriotism, "values" and national identity. These broad
battles over political, economic, cultural, and (inter)national
borders are localized in struggles over battleground states and
responses to crisis and tragedy.