November 4-6, 2016
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
November 4-6, 2016
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
As queer theory continues to evolve and utopian studies dusts itself off from its relative dormancy until the late twentieth century, the two strands of thought have grabbed ahold of one another in hopes to uncover just what "The Future" might mean to those identifying as queer. This panel seeks papers wishing to join the vibrant conversation of the relationship between queerness and utopianism. Is queerness inherently utopic? Is the future inherently queer? How might queer individuals enact utopic desires? Can we find moments of the queerly utopic and utopicly queer in canonical and non-canonical literature?
The Department of Drama and the Trinity Long Room Hub welcome the International Society for Humor Studies (ISHS) to Ireland for its 35th annual conference in June 2016. ISHS is the world's leading organization for the study of comedy, humor and laughter. Established in 1976, it boasts over three hundred members worldwide across disciplines ranging from the Arts and Humanities to the Social and Natural Sciences – from stand-up comedians, clowns and laughter therapists to researchers in media studies, linguistics and neuroscience. Bringing together a variety of scholars and creative practitioners, ISHS Dublin 2016 focuses on the broad notion of Humor as Embodied Practice.
We often think of the terms "globe" and "world" as synonymous because they seem to similarly name the totality of the thing on which or in which we all find ourselves living. This panel asks contributors to consider different formations of planetary or worldly experience in the long eighteenth century, if only to highlight the particular implications of considering the world as species of globe.
The English Language Conference seeks papers from scholars in all fields of English, including but not limited to Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, TESL, Creative Writing, and Education. This year's theme is "First Contact." We are looking for stories of first encounters with uncharted themes and outlying characters, texts, and authors.
CFP: Works in Progress
All texts and artworks will have at one stage been a work in progress, despite the tendency to value them as cultural artefacts once they are deemed finished and made available for consumption. Redrafting and editing are processes which strive towards a "final" product, meaning their publication often results in the loss or occlusion of multiple ancillary versions. Such materials are important to our understanding of how texts and works are shaped and reshaped, and by whom.
The East Asian Journal of Popular Culture is seeking submission for edition 3:1 (April 2017).
We are interested in papers between 6-8000 words that examine any aspect of East Asian Popular Culture (see below).
Submission details can be found here: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=238/
or email us at email@example.com
Centre for Shakespeare Studies at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia and the Rustaveli National Theatre will host a three-day interdisciplinary international conference dedicated to the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death.
The conference will explore how Shakespeare's work influenced and inspired other works in literature, art, music. The event hopes to unite academics, teachers and students, theatre practitioners and critics, in a series of presentations, roundtable and performances. Participants from a range of disciplines – English, Drama, Education, Music, Modern Languages, Classics, History, Art and Film are encouraged to participate.
APPEL DE COMMUNICATIONS – CONGRÈS IRSCL 2017
Le 23e congrès biennal de l'International Research Society for Children's Literature sera organisée par le Children's Studies Program du Department of Humanities, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, de l'Université York à Toronto, Canada.
Co-organisateurs du congrès
Cheryl Cowdy et Peter Cumming
Dates du congrès
Samedi 29 juillet au mercredi 2 août, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS – IRSCL CONGRESS 2017
The 23rd Biennial Congress of the International Research Society for Children's Literature will be hosted by the Children's Studies Program, Department of Humanities, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University in Toronto, Canada.
Cheryl Cowdy & Peter Cumming
Saturday, July 29 to Wednesday, August 2, 2017
I invite all interested scholars to propose papers for panels sponsored by the Medieval and Early Modern Folklore section of the American Folklore Society, to be presented at the joing meeting of the American Folklore Society and ISFNR, to be held in Miami October 19-22, 2016. We are organizing two panels at this year's meeting:
"Into the Vale of Years": Musings on "the Incomplete" on the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's Passing
We invite papers on the theme of the idea of incomplete/revised texts, the idea of the incomplete, etc. in the works of Shakespeare in this 400th anniversary of the poet's passing.
"Tell My Story": Musings on Narrative on the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's Passing
English: The Journal of the English Association invites contributions to a special issue on literature, landscape and the environment.
In the years since the publication of seminal texts such as Carson's Silent Spring, and with environmental concerns never more pressing, ecocriticism has become firmly established in literary studies as a way to think about the challenges facing writers and their readers. Moreover, literary critical engagement with the environment has been enriched in recent years through intersectional work with fields as diverse as disability studies, spatial studies, gender theory, and post-humanism.
Ecocriticism and the Future of Southern Studies
JEAN-MARIE LE CLÉZIO, GIANNINA BRASCHI, LUIS RAFAEL SANCHEZ, and EDMUNDO PAZ SOLDAN are among the featured speakers of the 7th International Conference on Spanish Language to be held March 15-March 18th, 2016 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The central theme of the conference will be "Spanish Language and Creativity." The event will be dedicated to the poets Luis Palés Matos, Pedro Salinas, and Rubén Darío, and it will also be used as an opportunity to pay tribute to the Cervantes Institute on the 25th anniversary of its creation.
Wayne State University is hosting its fifth annual Visual Culture Graduate Symposium. This year's theme is "Visual Culture in Context(s)." The symposium will take place Thursday, April 7th, 2016 on the Wayne State campus. CFP and keynote details can be found at the symposium website: https://wsucontext.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/
The deadline for proposals has been extended to Friday, February 26th, 2016. Please direct submissions and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.