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Call for Spring 2013 Issue--Feburary 13, 2013

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Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 1:44pm
Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity

Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity invites submissions for our spring 2013 issue. The deadline for this open-topic issue is February 15, 2013. We publish academic essays from any discipline, poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and book reviews that explore cultural diversity. Making Connections is a national journal published by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative. We prefer electronic submissions in Word format at connect@bloomu.edu. Manuscripts should conform to citation methods as described in the current MLA Handbook.

The Euroacademia Global Forum of Critical Studies: Asking Big Questions Again

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Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 12:46pm
Euroacademia

The Euroacademia Global Forum of Critical Studies
Asking Big Questions Again

13-15 December 2012, Prague, Czech Republic
Grand Majestic Plaza Hotel
CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS
Deadline for Panels: 15 October 2012
Deadline for Papers: 1 November 2012

Renaissance Men at the Middle Temple, 1-2 Feb, 2013 [CfP deadline 12 Oct]

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Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 9:26am
Jackie Watson, Birkbeck College, London

1st and 2nd February, 2013

Held at Middle Temple Hall and Birkbeck College, London
Organisers: Darren Royston and Jackie Watson

Confirmed keynote speakers: Professor Jessica Winston (Idaho State University), Dr Sarah Knight (Leicester University) and Dr Lucy Munro (Keele University)

Call for papers

Chinese Literature: Special Issue - November 15, 2012 Deadline

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Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - 6:17am
Pennsylvania Literary Journal/ Anaphora Literary Press

Soliciting critical essays in English about Chinese Literature from all periods and in all critical styles. Anaphora's Director, Anna Faktorovich, Ph.D., is stationed in Shantou University, China this year, and we would like to see criticism related to that part of the world. Critical essays should be of the standard size, 4,500-9,000 words. PLJ also welcomes book reviews - you can recieve free books from any of the publishers on the list on the website, www.anaphoraliterary.com. Creative short stories and poetry is also welcome. PLJ is available on EBSCO and ProQuest.

{UPDATE} The Langston Hughes Society Panel ( CLA Convention 04/10/13-04/13/13)

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 8:44pm
The Langston Hughes Society

The Langston Hughes Society
Panel: "Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers" in the Writings of Langston Hughes in the Americas, Europe, and Asia
College Language Association Convention 2013
Convention Dates: April 10-13, 2013
Location: Lexington, Kentucky

[Deadline Reminder: Sept 30] Genre and genus: Categories for Humans and Animals in Early Modern English Literature (NeMLA 2013)

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 7:21pm
Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)

44th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
March 21-24, 2013
Boston, Massachusetts
Host Institution: Tufts University

This panel explores how literature represents the relationship between humans and animals in a range of early modern texts. How do representations of the mutable boundary between humans and animals differ depending on their generic context? How do concerns about literary kinds relate to and intersect with concerns about species categorization? To what extent does generic mingling and experimentation relate to the varying representations of inter-species similitude and difference? Send 300 word abstracts to Julia Gingerich <7jg32@queensu.ca>

Sister Arts: Ekphrasis and Regional American Literature

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 4:21pm
Brandi So/North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA)

It might be said that regional literature has a photographic memory. Dialect, landscape, micro-culture and spatiality are drawn with exacting precision. The connection between art and authors, or art and regional literature, may be causal or merely influential. This panel will explore how the term ekphrasis has grown in inclusivity, how regional literature intersects with the sister arts, and what these connections imply. Submit 250 word abstracts to Brandi So, Stony Brook University, Brandi.So@stonybrook.edu

Heroines and Whores: Women in Antiquity (NeMLA, March 21- 24, 2013)

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 4:04pm
Northeast Modern Language Association

Heroines and Whores: Women in Antiquity
This panel will negotiate the various roles of women in the ancient world (e.g. Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia, etc.) and their importance, as portrayed in archaic texts. We welcome all topics related to the depiction of women in ancient literary or artistic productions (e.g. epic, mythology, tragedy, comedy, vases, etc.).

Deadline: September 30. Please submit your 300 - 500 word abstracts along with your name and affiliation via email to Shelly Jansen, Rochester Institute of Technology, shelly.jansen@gmail.com or shelly.jansen@mail.rit.edu.

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