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"New Italians" or "Criminal Aliens": The Contradictions of Latinos/as, Rights, and Race in the United States

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Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 4:46am
German Association for American Studies annual conference, “The United States and the Question of Rights”, Osnabrück, May 19-22, 2016

"New Italians" or "Criminal Aliens": The Contradictions of Latinos/as, Rights, and Race in the United States.

"The United States and the Question of Rights", Osnabrück, Germany, May 19-22, 2016.

Gabriele Pisarz-Ramirez (Leipzig) / Jesse Ramirez (Frankfurt am Main)

Aelurus Graduate Scholarly Literature Journal [January 25th 2016]

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Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 1:25am
Aelurus Graduate Scholarly Literature Journal

Aelurus is an annual journal that publishes literary and theoretical scholarship from graduate students, which is run and staffed by graduate students in Weber State University's Master of Arts in English program. As such, Aelurus is devoted to a publication process in which we foster and lend experience to the scholarly endeavor of fellow graduate students.

Accepting:

Poetry
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Scholarly Articles (15-20 pages in length, but we will not turn away exceptional works that are outside of these margins)

AlterNative Calls for Papers on Indigenous Autonomy Projects

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 6:37pm
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga: New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence

CALL FOR PAPERS ON INDIGENOUS AUTONOMY PROJECTS

Indigenous peoples from around the world have adopted the idea of autonomy in an attempt to engage with modernity on their own terms. What is remarkable is the range and diversity of the notion of autonomy, from treaty-based territorial autonomy to non-territorial, cultural rights based autonomy projects.

Eudora Welty and Multimedia May 26-29, 2016 SUBMIT BY 12/15

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 5:23pm
American Literature Association // Eudora Welty Society

Eudora Welty Society at the American Literature Association
San Francisco, CA May 26-29, 2016

This session will investigate Welty's work (defined as her fiction, as her photography, or as her modernism) and its interactions with multi-media influences such as advertising, film, journalism, magazine culture, music, photography, pulp fiction, radio, theater, television, that is to say, with all forms of media influence.

Please send 500-word abstracts by Dec 15, 2015 to pollack@bucknell.edu.

Cultural Representations of the City International Conference

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 1:22pm
University of Bucharest

ACED-18

THE 18TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT,
UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST
LITERATURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES SECTION

CALL FOR PAPERS

The English Department of the University of Bucharest invites proposals for the Literature and Cultural Studies section of its 18th Annual Conference:

Cultural Representations of the City

Dates: 2–4 June, 2016
Venue: The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures,
Str. Pitar Mos 7–13, Bucharest, Romania

Monster Studies and Pedagogy: Rocky Mountain MLA Special Topics Session 2016

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 11:55am
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

In response to the question, "What do composition instructors do to engage disinterested students?" academia has one response gaining rapid popularity: "Monster Studies." Intellectual interest in monsters is not new. With high profile academics like Jeffrey Jerome Cohen and Kyle Bishop addressing "Monster Studies," educators exploring monsters find success in engaging students with (pop)culturally relevant examinations of literature and media. Taking its origin from the Latin monstrare, which means "to reveal," monsters are physical embodiments of cultural anxieties.

Monster Studies and Pedagogy: Rocky Mountain MLA Special Topics Session 2016

updated: 
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 11:53am
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

In response to the question, "What do composition instructors do to engage disinterested students?" academia has one response gaining rapid popularity: "Monster Studies." Intellectual interest in monsters is not new. With high profile academics like Jeffrey Jerome Cohen and Kyle Bishop addressing "Monster Studies," educators exploring monsters find success in engaging students with (pop)culturally relevant examinations of literature and media. Taking its origin from the Latin monstrare, which means "to reveal," monsters are physical embodiments of cultural anxieties.

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