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Trans-Humanities (Ewha Woman's University, Korea)

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 8:05pm
Trans-Humanities/ Ewha Institute for the Humanities

Trans-Humanities is an academic journal for envisioning the new horizon of the humanities. The journal is published by Ewha Institute for the Humanities (EIH) which performs the Humanities Korea (HK) project since 2007 with its agenda "Trans-Humanities: Reimagining and Reconstructing the Human Sciences." Trans-Humanities aims to contribute to the recognizing and understanding of the humanities in practical ways by discussing them in terms of them as means of newly forming, transforming, and creating knowledge that transcends the rigid boundaries of such categories as region, race, gender, capital, language and culture.

Troubling Victorian Masculinities

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 4:04pm
Northeast Modern Language Association

46th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
April 30-May 3, 2015
Toronto, Ontario
Hosted by Ryerson University

Troubling Victorian Masculinities

NeMLA 2015 - '(Im)modest Witnesses': Women and Scientific Work in the Long Eighteenth Century

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 1:12pm
Northeast Modern Language Association

Feminist critics argue that when Robert Boyle proposed his ideal scientific spectator, the 'modest witness,' he set an exclusionary standard, barring women from scientific production. This panel explores femininity and the female body in the making of scientific knowledge from the Scientific Revolution to the early 1800s. Did women employ discrete processes or ideologies, devise experiments, and construct evidence in ways that were fundamentally distinct from the masculine university model? Broadly, how did gender affect their scientific acts?

East – West Cultural Passage journal, Call for Submissions

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 12:58pm
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania

For the December 2014 issue, East – West Cultural Passage (http://magazines.ulbsibiu.ro/ewcp/index.htm) seeks quality essays in the fields of language (Pragmatics, Semantics, Semiotics, Socio-linguistics, Methodology, Grammatical and Literary Stylistics, Hermeneutics, Linguistics, Syntax, Morphology, Translation Studies, Creative Writing), culture, civilization and religion. You are strongly encouraged to submit original articles that have not been published elsewhere, nor are currently under review in any other journal. We regret we are unable to accept multiple submissions.

SCMS 2015 Proposed Workshop: "Late Foucault and Media Studies" Deadline July 15, 2014

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 12:06pm
Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, March 2015, Montreal, Canada

Late Foucault and Media Studies
Workshop for Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, March 2015, Montreal, Canada

We are looking for participants for a proposed workshop on the Late Foucault and Media Studies (description below). Please send inquiries and short (150 word) proposals to ouell031@umn.edu and hunter_hargraves@brown.edu no later than July 15. Thanks!

Workshop Organizers: Laurie Ouellette and Hunter Hargraves

Critical Mediations Round Table: Kalamazoo 2015

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 9:57am
International Society for the Study of Medievalism

Kalamazoo 2015 Call for Papers:
International Society for the Study of Medievalism
50th International Congress on Medieval Studies
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 14-17, 2015.

Round Table: Critical Mediations

Political Medievalisms: Kalamazoo 2015

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 9:55am
International Society for the Study of Medievalism

Kalamazoo 2015 Call for Papers:
International Society for the Study of Medievalism
50th International Congress on Medieval Studies
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 14-17, 2015.

Political Medievalisms

Metaphysical Medievalisms-Kalamazoo 2015

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 9:53am
International Society for the Study of Medievalism

Kalamazoo 2015 Call for Papers:
International Society for the Study of Medievalism
50th International Congress on Medieval Studies
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 14-17, 2015.

Metaphysical Medievalisms

Cultural Relations Quarterly Review (Volume I. Issue 3.): International law

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 7:41am
Institute for Cultural Relations Policy

Call for Papers:
Cultural Relations Quarterly Review

Topic: (Volume I. Issue 3.) International law

A predictable and secure international law system is an essential basis of stable international relations. Nevertheless, current events and new individual cases make jurists reinterpret these rules, and if necessary, create new ones that correspond to actual demands. Therefore, we encourage contributors to submit their comprehensive and original works on this constantly actual and relevant topic, focusing on the current situation and changes of international law.

Thematic propositions:

The Great War and English Studies

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 6:11am
Department of English, University of Dhaka

The First World War was a truly momentous event. The rest of the 20th century would be shaped by this war and its consequence, the Second World War. The years 1914-1918 impacted decisively not only on the politics of anti-colonial resistance but also on the arts; in fact, the nascent movement of modernism gained considerable impetus because of the war. The First World War produced an unprecedented magnitude of devastation that left in its trail a frenetic search for new registers necessitated by the collapse of great truths. The Age of Empire had given way to automation, experimentation, and new schemas of drift and defamiliarization.

POETRY AND PUBLIC SPACES: FORMS, PLACES AND PRACTICES IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 5:54am
université catholique de Louvain

This conference will explore the ways in which poetry has been increasingly present and inscribed in public spaces throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. Off the page poetry actualizes itself in both old and new forms which deserve to be inventoried and explored in more depth. Its increased visibility, which varies according to different cultural and linguistic areas, is at the crossroads of different artistic expressions. A rather specific conception of poetics is involved in this phenomenon: one that questions the relationship between text and performativity; renews the notion of authorship (individual or collective); and re-thinks concepts related to intermediality.

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