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UPDATE: [Postcolonial] Postcolonial Wondrous: Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Third World

updated: 
Tuesday, August 7, 2007 - 7:56pm
Ericka Hoagland

UPDATE: The Postcolonial Wondrous: The Third World in Science Fiction and
Fantasy (15 September 2007; anthology)

Ericka Hoagland and Reema Sarwal, editors of The Postcolonial Wondrous:
The Third World in Science Fiction and Fantasy, seek pieces for this
groundbreaking collection. We are particularly interested in the
following types of work:

CFP: [Postcolonial] Storytelling Conventions Panel for International Conference on Narrative at Austin, May 1-4, 2008

updated: 
Tuesday, August 7, 2007 - 6:51pm
Lena Khor

I am looking for scholars who would be interested in forming a 3-4-person
panel on storytelling conventions for the International Conference on
Narrative at Austin, May 1-4, 2008. The focus of this panel would be genre,
not just in the traditional sense of form (poetry, drama, and prose, or
tragedy, comedy, and melodrama), but also more broadly construed in terms
of media conventions (Hollywood films, graphic novels, and oral
testimonies). How do these traditional and contemporary storytelling
practices shape (positively or negatively) the story, the storyteller and
the audience? How have various authors or media sought to influence
(successfully and unsuccessfully) the audience’s response to particular

CFP: [Postcolonial] Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature

updated: 
Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 4:07pm
Nathanael O'Reilly

Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature
 
39th Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
April 10-13, 2008
Buffalo, New York
 
Proposals are invited for papers examining postcolonial issues within
Australian literature, such as hybridity, first contact, resistance,
indigeneity, colonialism, imperialism, immigration/invasion, national
identity, marginalization, expatriation and diaspora. Papers emphasizing
the postcoloniality of Australian literature are particularly welcome.
Please send 250-word abstracts, institutional affiliation and contact
information via email to Nathanael O'Reilly at
nathanael.oreilly_at_wmich.edu.
 
Deadline: September 15, 2007

CFP: [Postcolonial] South Asian Creative Writing Journal

updated: 
Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 3:27pm
John C. Hawley

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: CREATIVE WRITING NUMBER, 2007

South Asian Review (SAR) will publish its next Creative Writing issue
(28:3, 2007) devoted exclusively to creative writing in all genres.
Writers of South Asian descent from around the world are invited to
submit their writings on any subject, while writers of other backgrounds
may submit their writings on South Asian subjects only.

CFP: [Postcolonial] The Global Middle Ages (8/15/07; 5/8/08-5/11/08)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 - 3:03pm
Matthew Boyd Goldie

How do writers and artists such St. Augustine, Macrobius, Roger Bacon,
Ranulf Higden, and others describe the globe? Do religious, scientific,
cartographical, and other ideas about the world complement or contradict
each other? Do concerns of genre and audience complicate the textual or
artistic global imaginary? What critical concepts are most useful in
analyzing representations of the world: hybridity, frontier,
cosmopolitanism, utopia, insularity? Proposals are sought for papers that
address geography, travel, cartography, and imagined worlds. Email to
Matthew Boyd Goldie (mgoldie_at_rider.edu) by September 15, 2007.

CFP: [Postcolonial] Critical Negotiations in Black British Literature & the Arts (UK) (9/15/07; 3/13/08-3/14/08)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 - 12:53pm
Mark Stein

CFP: ON WHOSE TERMS? CRITICAL NEGOTIATIONS IN BLACK BRITISH LITERATURE
AND THE ARTS (9/15/07; 3/13/08-3/14/08)

This conference focuses upon local, international and transnational
engagements with Black British literature and the arts ­ in relation to its
production, reception and cultural position. Through the multiple
disciplines of the arts, it creates a meeting point for prominent and
emerging scholars, writers and practitioners in order to explore the impact
of this field, both at home and abroad. The context is one of critical
investigation and celebration; a journey along diasporic and aesthetic routes.

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