CLOSING DATE MARCH 15TH
CFP for MSA 18 (Pasadena, CA): Modernism's Planets
Planets colliding: Spivak, Friedman, Dimock. The 'planet', as metaphor, object, method, problem, and more, has made multiple entries into the discipline of literary studies, all of which bear on the study of modernism, broadly conceived. Ecocritical, postcolonial, and comparative methods have been at the forefront of the planetary conversation, but, as the word 'planet' suggests, there is more than enough room for more planetary interventions.
Victorian Popular Fiction Association
and Liverpool John Moores University Study Day
Dressed to Kill: Fashion in Victorian Fiction and Periodicals
Saturday 19th March 2016, Aldham Robarts Library, LJMU
9.30 – 10.00 – Registration
10.00 – 11.15 – Hands on Session with The Liddle Hart Collection of Costume
11.15 – 11.30 – Refreshment break
This panel will explore the interaction between verbal and visual in urban spaces. Papers focusing on interart exchange between the literary and visual arts in and/or about the city are invited.
Please submit a 250-word abstract and biographical statement to Anne Keefe at email@example.com by February 25, 2016.
UPDATE: Abstract deadline extended to 2/25/16.
A Special Session at the MLA Convention in Philadelphia, Jan. 5-8, 2017
The School of English - The University of Sheffield holds an interdisciplinary research conference on Thursday 19 May 2016, entitled Scheherazade in Classical, Modern and Postmodern Worlds.
The Graduate Center for Literary Research at UCSB will be hosting an interdisciplinary conference exploring the topics of translation, memory and exchange within the context of migration.
INQUIS is an online, biannual, blind peer-reviewed journal which offers graduate students in the field of literatures in English a chance to make their research known internationally. Considering that literary studies as a field of scholarly study has undergone tremendous changes and challenges, both the practice and theory of literary studies certainly need a thorough scrutiny under the light of new perspectives, new approaches, new interpretations as well as new insights. By including the works of graduate researchers, the journal primarily aims to promote dialogue and to serve as an international forum for young academics and researchers where they can share their ideas and contribute globally to the discussions on studies of literatures in English.
Volume 5 no.2 of the journal Culture and Dialogue (http://www.culture-dialogue.net) will focus on the theme 'History and Dialogue'. We welcome submissions that consider the relationship between history and dialogue from a variety of theoretical perspectives and case studies. The theme is flexible and may be addressed from a comparative or hermeneutical perspective. Relevant fields may include cultural studies, historical studies, philosophy and other domains.
The Call for Papers is open until the number, relevance and standard of contributions are met.
The Department of Art and Media Studies (Institutt for kunst- og medievitenskap) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Cinema Scandinavia invite proposals for presentations at its forthcoming two-day symposium on Arctic Cinema, to be held between the 21st and 22nd of November 2016 at The Faculty of Humanities, Trondheim, Norway.