The Subject Beside Itself: Ecstasies of Juxtaposition
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WASHINGTON IRVING AND ISLAM
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS, AMS Press
The Society for the Study of Rebecca Harding Davis and her World will organize a session at the triennial meeting of the Society for the Study of American Women Writers to be in held November 4-8, 2015 in Philadelphia.
The Society for the Study of Rebecca Harding Davis and Her World welcomes proposals for an open topic session at the American Literature Association's 26th Annual Conference. The conference will be held in May, 2015 at the Copley Westin in Boston, MA. For further information about the conference, please consult the ALA website at www.americanliterature.org.
We welcome proposals that engage any aspect of Davis's work and are especially interested in new readings of neglected texts.
Presentations will be limited to 15-20 minutes to accommodate 3 or 4 presenters.
The proliferation of medievalism in popular culture - as Chaucer's Twitter account, Game of Thrones, and historical young adult novels set in Medieval Europe all attest - expresses varying ideas about what the Middle Ages could mean to our current historical moment. This panel seeks papers that explore contemporary ideas about the Middle Ages as they appear in a variety of popular culture venues. We especially welcome those that engage with global perspectives on the idea of the 'Middle Ages.'
Submit an abstract online by September 30: https://nemla.org/convention/2015/cfp.html
Democracy, Resistance, and the Practice of Literature
Sanglap Vol I No. II
Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus, is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for the spring 2015 edition: Vol. 11 – 01
TITLE OF THE EDITION
The Aesthetics of Erasure
Paul Benzon, Temple University
Sarah Sweeney, Skidmore College
3/26-3/29: Seattle, WA
We hope to use the occasion of this two-day or three-day seminar to sketch a genealogy of appeals to the literary as complement to/completion of philosophy, particularly with the intention of thinking past antithetical confrontations of these terms. The investigation might initially be organized around two questions: what aspects of the philosophical become problematic from the perspective of the literary, and what specific features of the literary allow it to complement/expand/augment philosophy?
Although it was significantly eclipsed by the United States and the Soviet Union in the last century, Europe was once a name for total domination of the world, a name that not only commanded cultural and political authority but also was—and still is—tied up with memories of its violence and crime. Franz Fanon famously declared, "leave this Europe where they are never done talking of Man, yet murder men everywhere they find them, at the corner of every one of their own streets, in all the corners of the globe." On the other hand, however, there is a sense of incompleteness about this name.
The publisher and Editor are pleased to announce the formation of a new publication, the Scholoxy Publications. The publisher is dedicated to covering all possible topics under science.
At this time, we invite researchers & authors to submit their manuscript for review.
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We request to all the researchers & authors to make your contributions to the journal with your papers.
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7th annual meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA)
June 4-6, 2015
Panel CFP: Settler Colonial Biopolitics and Indigenous Lifeways
Waste Matters: Environmental Pollution and Materiality (ASLE Session)
46th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
April 30-May 3, 2015
Dealing with Academic Stress and Personal Crises
This board-sponsored roundtable aims to help NeMLA's members deal with academic stress and personal crises (e.g. divorce, death, serious health issues, caregiving, among other challenges). The goal of this roundtable is sharing helpful suggestions and strategies with the audience rather than telling personal stories. To ensure that participants represent different professional categories and that all types of crises are covered, interested participants are invited to submit their detailed 300- to 350-word proposals.
Chair: Josephine McQuail
please submit using link above