Conference: MSA 2019, Toronto (October 17 – 20)Panel Title: How Red Is Modernism?Organizers: Matthew Gannon and Tavid Mulder The perennial issue of the politics of modernism is in season once again. We might now finally be in a position to leave behind the intransigent Cold War opposition of political realism and apolitical modernism, opening the possibility of reevaluating modernist politics. Mark Steven's recent book Red Modernism, for instance, makes concrete historical connections between leftist social and political events and the practices and theories of literary modernism.
MLA Convention, Seattle, WA
Jan. 9-12 2020
Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS), an open access academic e-journal, invites original and unpublished research papers and book reviews from various interrelated disciplines including, but not limited to, literature, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, history, sociology, law, ecology, environmental science, and economics.
Call for Articles
KOME, an Europe-based international Open Access journal is currently accepting submissions for its 2019 and 2020 issues. We are a theory and pure research-oriented journal of communication studies and related fields. Basically, we consider results from the field of Communication, Media, Journalism and Theatre & Film studies that includes both strict theoretical contribution and methodological rigour (one could think that this basically means social sciences perspectives, but we also consider papers closer to the humanities side of communication and media studies).
Panel Proposal for MLA 2020 Conference on “Being Human”
January 9-12, 2020 in Seattle WA
Panel Title: Unsilencing the Anthropocene: Archiving Love and Queer Survival
CFP for MSA Panel Proposal: 'Legacies' of Modernism
General Conference Theme: Upheaval and Reconstruction
Toronto, ON, CA. October 17-20, 2019
Observing Upheaval: Modernism and Surveillance panel
Modernist Studies Association conference: October 17-20, 2019, Toronto
Conference Theme: Upheaval and Reconstruction
Organisers: Stephanie J Brown and Emily Hainze
The 14th Annual Conference of the North American Levinas Society
Drake University - Des Moines, Iowa
July 23 - 26, 2019
NALS welcomes submissions on all topics relevant to the work of Emmanuel Levinas, but we especially encourage topics that address the conference theme, “Vulnerability,” including but not limited to:
CPF: MMLA 2019, “American Literature After 1870”
The MMLA’s permanent section on American Literature After 1870 invites papers which, building on the conference theme, examine the topic of “dual citizenship” in American novels, poetry, and/or other kinds of texts. Our panel seeks a range of primary materials from a variety of times, places, and communities to create a fuller picture of the legal, cultural, and emotional dimensions of multiple citizenship in American literature.
Borders and Walls
A Cultures and Societies Inclusive Interdisciplinary Conference
Saturday 12th October 2019 - Sunday 13th October 2019
Borders and Walls considers the development of borders, boundaries, fences and walls over time, the forces that influenced their creation in the past, the influences affecting border creation and maintenance today, along with the anticipation of their evolution and development in the future.