We hope to stimulate academic research and discussion around the theme of cognition, in relation to language (including language teaching), literature, translation and culture. In every aspect of our lives we make judgments and assessments and encounter judgments and assessments made by others, without necessarily examining closely the perspectives, methodologies or theoretical assumptions on which these judgments are based. What established procedures and canons of seeing and understanding govern the way we teach, the way we translate, or the direction of our research in any given area? Is there a need for these procedures or canons to be revised, modified or even abandoned altogether?
ANIMAL UTTERANCE: INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE (UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL, 25th-26th MAY 2017)
Gillian Beer (Professor of English, University of Cambridge),
David Rothenberg (Professor of Music and Philosophy, New Jersey Institute of Technology),
Hugh Haughton (Professor of English, University of York),
W. Tecumseh Fitch (Professor of Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna),
Stephanie Kuduk Weiner (Professor of English, Wesleyan University),
Johan J. Bolhuis (Professor of Cognitive Neurobiology, University of Cambridge),
BFS Journal 17 is due out in January/Feburary.
The journal is a mix of articles and is keen to accept submissions from people who want to write about fantasy, horror and science fiction. Our focus is primarily the former, but our readers have interests across all three genres.
Academic articles for the BFS Journal should be between 2500 and 6000 words. We prefer nearer the former, as this is about the size of a conference paper. References in the text should be (Author, Date of Edition: Page Number) with a full publication listing for the bibliography given for each article at the end. Please don't use footnotes in your submissions.
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University of Zadar
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The College English Association, a gathering of scholar-teachers in English studies, welcomes proposals for presentations for our 48th annual conference. The conference will be held in Hilton Head, South Carolina from March 30 to April 1, 2017.
The 2017 theme is "Islands" and CEA invites papers and panels that address the idea of the island. How are islands in literature and film, as in life, places of desperate refuge and welcome escape? What respites do they provide? Are islands imagined utopias, or do they offer only barriers and isolation? Finally, is the study of composition, film, language, literature, and writing, a kind of island amidst the tempest of the current attack on the humanities?
CfP: The Transnational Markets of Literary and Artistic Nationalisms in the Long 19th Century
Proposed seminar for the Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association at Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 6-9, 2017
Organizer: Levente T. Szabó (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)
Building on the success of our 2016 symposium, ‘Edgy Romanticism / Romanticism on Edge’, Romanticism @ Edge Hill University brings you: Romanticism Takes to the Hills!
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Tim Fulford, De Montfort University
The Oswald Review is an international, refereed journal of undergraduate criticism and research in the discipline of English. Published annually, The Oswald Review accepts submissions from undergraduates in this country and abroad (with a professor’s endorsement).
The Caribbean Chapter of the College English Association (CEA-CC) is a part of the network of 20 affiliates that form the national College English Association (CEA), a professional organization of teacher-scholars founded in the United States in 1939. Primarily based on the island of Puerto Rico, the CEA-CC has promoted the study and research of the various fields that fall under the umbrella of “English” for over forty years. In addition to themes related to education, the conferences hosted by the CEA-CC have focused on themes related to literature and cultural studies. The subject of the March (10th & 11th) 2017 symposium is “Sea Crossings” We invite papers that connect the ocean with the field of English. Topics include but are not limited to:
13th Biennial Conference of the International Gothic Association
Gothic Traditions and Departures
Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP), Cholula, Mexico
18 – 21 July 2017
Call for Papers