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Etudes Irlandaises/French Journal of Irish Studies Spring 2014 issue. Deadline for submission: June 30, 2013

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 5:33am
Etudes Irlandaises/French Journal of Irish Studies

Etudes Irlandaises is a peer-reviewed journal publishing articles in English and French which explore all aspects of Irish literature, history, culture and arts from ancient times to the present. Etudes Irlandaises publishes twice a year on a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects including: poetry / fiction / drama / film / music / politics / economy / social studies, etc.

General issues published in the spring alternate with special issues in the autumn.

Etudes Irlandaises is aimed at scholars, postgraduate students, institutions specializing in Irish studies as well as people who have an informed interest in the subject. Each number has a comprehensive section devoted to recently published material on Ireland.

Media Spaces of Gender and Sexuality, May 30, 2013

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Monday, March 4, 2013 - 1:48pm
Media Fields journal

CFP: Media Spaces of Gender and Sexuality
Media Fields Journal
University of California, Santa Barbara

This issue of Media Fields investigates the connections between media, space, gender, and sexuality, seeking conversations that center on these interrelations and negotiations. We invite papers that raise questions of how media spaces construct gender, and how gender, in turn, constructs media spaces; how spaces condition and are conditioned by gender performances and sexual practices; and how gender legibility limits (or allows) access to various media spaces.

2013 SFSU Humanities Symposium Conference

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Monday, March 4, 2013 - 1:46pm
San Franciscso State University Humanities Department

CONFERENCE DATE: Saturday April 13th, 2013
Proposal Deadline: Friday March 29th, 2013

The San Francisco State University Humanities Department is currently soliciting paper proposals for the 2013 Humanities Symposium to be held on Saturday April 13, 2013. Presentations should be 15-20 minutes long. We are also open to topic-centered panel proposals of 3 presenters per panel. The Humanities Symposium is interdisciplinary in scope and open to all students in all humanities-related fields.

JOURNAL PUBLICATION: All papers accepted for the Humanities Symposium will also be eligible for consideration for publication in the Humanities Department 2013 Issue of the SFSU Humanities Symposium Journal.

[UPDATE] CFP: 2013 International Conference: Migrants and Their Memories (Deadline Extended to March 10)

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Monday, March 4, 2013 - 9:57am
Research Center for Humanities / National Sun Yat-sen University

Scientists recently found that migration was a main factor that shaped human behavior (Don Jones, Nature News). According to John Hines, the most extensive human migration took place in the early Middle Ages, while other large-scale migrations include the Puritan migration, the great Serb migrations, the migrations of the Middle Passage, and the nineteenth and twentieth century migrations of impoverished Europeans to the Americas. Apart from with poverty and religion, migration is also often associated with war; climate change becomes a factor that forces people to become migrants. Migration is a matter of geographic movement (diaspora), but also of human psychology (e.g. un-homing, longing, nostalgia, depression); of human rights (e.g.

Futures of Cognitive Approaches to Literature – Nov. 1-3 2013 - PAMLA special session

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Monday, March 4, 2013 - 8:29am
Pacific and Ancient Modern Language Association (PAMLA)

This special session seeks submissions that employ and/or consider cognitive approaches to literature. In the past several years, literature has proved instrumental in furthering cognitive studies, and this session looks for papers that demonstrate reciprocity in the field of literary studies. Some questions papers might consider are: How do cognitive approaches to literature further literary studies? How is our understanding of literature enhanced by applying cognitive science? Are there limits to the application of cognitive science to literature? What is the future of cognitive approaches to literature?

Anglo-Saxon Art, Poetry, and Prose due 15 June 2013

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Sunday, March 3, 2013 - 11:01am
Contemporary Old English

Contemporary Old English is a web source for Old English and Anglo-Saxon culture presented in a modern aesthetic. It is intended to aid scholars who are seeking a personal connection beyond textbooks, to foster the contemporary exercise of a medieval language, and to showcase creative uses of Old English.

http://contemporaryoldengli.wix.com/contempoldenglish

Please submit art, poetry and prose that demonstrate creative engagements with Old English by 15 June 2013 to:

contemporaryoldenglish@gmail.com

Human Rights International Conference (Nov. 21-23, 2013); Abstracts Due: Mar.31, 2013

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Saturday, March 2, 2013 - 6:34pm
Central Michigan University

Call For Papers: Human Rights, Literature, the Arts, and Social Sciences International Conference, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant
November 21-23, 2013

The persistence of repressive and discriminatory national policies, cultural practices, wars, genocide, religious conflict, ethnic cleansing, terrorism, rape, child-soldiering, sex-trafficking, and other forms of violence threaten the maintenance of human rights. These conditions remind us of the ever pressing need to safeguard our humanity through the preservation of human rights.

[UPDATE] Extended Deadline: Open CFP for Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture

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Saturday, March 2, 2013 - 2:46pm
Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture

Deadline extended to March 15th!

All manuscripts should be sent by email to editors@shiftjournal.org. Submissions must be received the editors of Shift by midnight on 15 March 2013 to be considered for publication in issue 6.

See details at:

http://www.shiftjournal.org/call.html

Shift welcomes academic papers, exhibition and book reviews, as well as discussions concerning other art-related events from current graduate students. Please see Submission and Style Guidelines for appropriate guidelines.

Imprisonment and Resistance (Special Session MLA 2014)

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Saturday, March 2, 2013 - 2:11pm
Katy Ryan / West Virginia University

Interested in papers on 20-century American literature and imprisonment, with a focus on abolitionist visions and struggles. How have writers imagined or recounted the experiences of imprisonment? How has literature and film impacted public perception? Especially eager for ideas about new directions in prison literary studies. 300-word abstracts by 15 March 2013.

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