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DIASPORAS IN DIALOGUE
The Program in African American Studies at the University in Texas at El Paso invites articles on the intersection between Activism, Scholarship, and Creative Writing in works by women in the African Diaspora, as well as on the relationship between the work of African diasporic women and women from other diasporas, such as Mexican, Filipina, Haitian, and Chinese migrant communities in the United States and beyond.
The editors of this collection are interested in the ways diasporic women writers, scholars, and activists conceptualize diasporic identities and negotiate multiple diasporic alliances in their creative work, research, teaching, and daily lives.
Call for Papers
The Midwestern Culture area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association seeks panel and paper proposals for the annual Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference, which will be held at the Sheraton Bloomington Hotel, in Minneapolis, MN from Friday, Oct.1 to Sunday, Oct. 3.
For the Midwestern Culture area, I am looking for papers whose topics address any aspect of Midwestern culture or popular culture. This includes works by Midwesterners, about the Midwest, OR set in the Midwest. Topics might address, but are not limited to: Pop Culture, Film, Television, Literature, Theatre, Music, Visual Art, Humor, etc.
SCMLA will be held October 28-30, 2010, in Fort Worth, TX. Visit the conference web site at http://www.ou.edu/scmla/.
War, Literature, & the Arts panel:
This panel invites papers on (new) frontiers in war and the arts. Is the frontier myth still relevant to the war genre? What new textual frontiers such as blogs and web videos are veterans and critics exploring? What new theoretical or methodological approaches are being taken to the war genre? How is the new frontier of women in combat reshaping the war zone and the American military?
Abstracts/Proposals due March 26, 2010.
An interdisciplinary conference exploring the "creative" production the current economic crisis might provoke.
This special session of the PAMLA explores any intersection of literary studies and the discipline of psychology (not psychoanalysis), such as literary applications of memory theory, trauma theory, child psychology, psychopathology, affect, emotion, the psychology of reading, theories of perception, theories of imagination, cognitive poetics, or cognitive approaches to narrative theory.
PAMLA (Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association) is the western regional affiliate of MLA. The 2010 conference will take place November 13-14 at Chaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaii. Submit proposals online by April 5 at http://www.pamla.org/2010
Collecting from the Margins:
Collecting in Latin American Literature and Culture (edited volume)
Proposal deadline: June 30, 2010. Paper deadline: September 30, 2010
This lively peer-reviewed journal seeks excellent submissions on all aspects of European cultural and creative activity.
The journal is interested in contemporary practices, but also in historical, contextual, biographical or theoretical analyses relating to past cultural activities in Europe.
Papers can also relate to European influences beyond Europe.
Papers or exploratory critical or creative pieces relating to European media, literature and the writing arts, film, music, new media, art and design, architecture, drama and dance or fine art are all very welcome.
Closing date: 2nd April 2010 (aiming for mid-year publication)
Earlier submission encouraged.
The 2010 PAMLA (Pacific Ancient Modern Language Association) conference is to be held at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii, on November 13-14, 2010 (that's a Saturday and Sunday). The Southern California Society for the Study of American Women Writers (an affiliated organization with PAMLA) is seeking papers from anyone (not just SCSSAWW members) on early to nineteenth-century American women writers who have in some way engaged with romantic aspects/depictions of colonialism in the Pacific Rim. We're treating the Pacific Rim quite broadly to include any nation or territory that borders the Pacific Ocean, and the deadline to submit abstracts to www.pamla.org is April 5, 2010.
Registration for this major international conference is now open. Confirmed speakers include Etienne Balibar,Zygmunt Bauman, David Bennett, Vince Cable, Claire Colebrook, Karl Figlio, Bruce Fink, Stephen Frosh, Jean-Joseph Goux, Oliver James, Michael Lerner, Viktor Mazin, Susie Orbach, Renata Salecl, Andrew Samuels, Vic Seidler, Bernard Stiegler, Gillian Tett and Ted Winslow. For details of the conference programme, paper titles, abstracts and registration process, please visit the London Freud Museum's web site www.freud.org.uk or email Ivan Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org