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Call for papers EJES September issue 2014

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 4:19am
European Scientific Institute

Distinguished Colleagues,

The "European Journal of Educational Sciences" (EJES) is a peer reviewed journal which accepts high quality research articles. It is a quarterly journal published at the end of March, June, September and December and is available to all researchers who are interested in publishing their scientific achievements.

We welcome submissions focusing on theories, methods and applications in educational sciences, both articles and book reviews. All articles must be in English.

Regular biannual publications of the EJES are uploaded on our website. Moreover, EJES mails a printed copies of the journal to the authors of the papers included in each respective edition.


Comparing Queer Temporalities

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 10:51pm
Chris Coffman / University of Alaska Fairbanks

This CFP is for a proposed seminar for the 2015 ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association) in Seattle, which will take place from 3/26/14-3/29/14.

[UPDATE] Limina Journal Volume 20.2 "Fear and Loathing"

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 8:11pm
Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies

Call for Papers: Volume 20.2

Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies


The Limina Editorial Collective is calling for papers of substantive and original scholarly work from postgraduate and early career researchers in the humanities and social sciences which engage with the theme of 'Fear and Loathing'. Topics may include (but are not limited to):

• Social and/or Immigration Policy

• Gender and/or Sexuality

• Fear And Loathing in the Australian Context

• Experiences of Difference

• Digital and/or Popular Culture

• Anthropology

• Identity(Ies)

• Religion

• Narratives of the Self

• Stigma

CFP: "Preparing Successful Course Syllabi" - NeMLA, 30 April - 3 May 2015 (Toronto, ON, Canada)

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 5:52pm
Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)

46th Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
Toronto, Ontario, Cananda
30 April - 3 May 2015


Panel description:

"Preparing Successful Course Syllabi"

This is a board-sponsored panel that aims to help graduate students, adjuncts, and faculty members from all ranks to prepare successful course syllabi for the following types of courses: large lecture courses, seminars and small classes, composition courses, language courses, online courses, hybrid courses, and graduate courses. Since this is a special panel, proposals must be sent as early as possible along with sample syllabi.

Chair: Suha Kudsieh

Area: Pedagogy & Professional

Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Issue #88, Fall 2015: Virginia Woolf in the Modern Machine Age

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 5:14pm
Ann Martin, Virginia Woolf Miscellany

The Virginia Woolf Miscellany invites submissions of papers that address the role of everyday machines in the life and/or works of Virginia Woolf. From typewriters and telephones to gramophones and the wireless; from motor-cars and combat aeroplanes to trains and department store elevators; from cameras and film projectors to ranges and hot water tanks, the commonplace technologies of the modern machine age leave their trace on Bloomsbury. To what extent are these and other machines represented, hidden, implied, avoided, embraced, or questioned by Woolf and her circle and characters?

Forms of Talk - ACLA 2015

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 4:28pm

"Forms of Talk" takes into account the multifaceted achievements of "talk," as distinct from related categories like speech, voice, discourse, dialogue, communication, or even conversation. Our seminar shares a title with sociologist Erving Goffman's groundbreaking study (1981) on what has been called the "micro-sociology" of everyday interactions. The seminar places an emphasis on oralities that have been considered too commonplace, informal, accidental, idle, wasteful, or inauthentic to be of value.

A Tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou: A Special Issue of The College Language Association Journal, Dr. Cheryl Wall, Guest Editor

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 3:14pm
College Language Association

The College Language Association Journal is pleased to announce a forthcoming special issue focusing on the life and work of the late Dr. Maya Angelou.

We invite proposals for essays examining any aspect of Angelou's multi-faceted career, including her role as poet, memoirist, autobiographer, dancer, singer, dramatist, producer, song writer, novelist, and educator. Essays that explore Angelou's contributions as a cook book author and children's book author are welcome as well. The editor of the special issue is open to receiving essay proposals representing a range of critical contexts including African Diaspora/Post- Colonial, African American literary history and culture, Feminism/Womanism, and Queer Theory.

New England Theatre Journal - call for articles for its 2015 edition

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 2:21pm
New England Theatre Journal

New England Theatre Journal (a publication of the New England Theatre Conference) invites submissions for its year 2015 edition. A refereed publication, New England Theatre Journal is concerned with advancing the study and practice of theatre and drama by printing articles of the highest quality on a broad range of subjects, including traditional scholarship, performance theory, pedagogy, and articles on theatre performance, design and technology.

New England Theatre Journal is indexed in the International Index of the Performing Arts and the MLA Bibliography.

Poem Unlimited: New Perspectives on Poetry and Genre (Augsburg, Germany, Oct 1-3, 2015)

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 1:26pm
University of Augsburg, Germany

Call for Papers

Poem Unlimited: New Perspectives on Poetry and Genre
International Conference, Augsburg, October 1-3, 2015

When Polonius, in the second act of Hamlet, announces the theater company as the "best actors in the world, either for tragedy, comedy, history, pastoral, pastoral-comical, historical-pastoral, tragical-historical, tragical-comical-historical-pastoral, scene individable, or poem unlimited," he points to several problems that have pervaded scholarship on poetry and genre.

[REMINDER]: 'Memsahib' re-defined: Exploring the Connotations of the Term (Deadline: September 30, 2014)

Monday, August 18, 2014 - 11:26am
Dr. Susmita Roye, Delaware State University

Session proposal


Memsahib – the term literally means "Sahib's wife" or the "lady mistress" – is usually associated with white women in British India. For this reason, despite the fact that the term continues to be used today in independent India, its use cannot be divorced from its colonial conception because, more often than not, especially in the academic scholarship, the term's association with British colonialism in India is analyzed. Examining the image of memsahibs and the nexus between gender and imperialism in India has garnered considerable scholarly attention (e.g. Claire Midgley, Indrani Sen and Margaret Strobel, among others).