The Popular Culture Scholars Association is proud to announce the Second Annual Ray Browne Conference on Popular Culture. The conference will be held February 8-10 at Bowling Green State University, the home of the Department of Popular Culture. See below for the conference's CFP.
Call for proposals
26th annual meeting
Society for Disability Studies
Wednesday, June 19th – Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
Double-by-Hilton at the Entrance to Universal Studios
(Re)creating Our Lived Realities
Submission system will open October 4, 2012
Deadline for submissions: November 21, 2012
University of Utah Humanities Symposium on Space and Place
University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah
Keynote Speaker: Julia Reinhard Lupton
Submission Deadline: December 1st, 2012
20th Annual German Graduate Studies Conference at the University of Virginia: Virtues and Vices
February 22-23, 2013
Keynote: "The Peraldus Project: Edition, Translation, and Transmission of the Summa de vitiis" (Richard Newhauser, Arizona State University)
"Was man besonders gerne tut / Ist selten ganz besonders gut."
("Whatever you may like to do / Is seldom very good for you.")
CFP: 2nd Global Conference
Making Sense Of: Play
Monday 22nd July – Wednesday 24th July 2013
Mansfield College, Oxford
CFP:3rd Global Conference
Thursday 18th July – Saturday 20th July 2013
Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom
In this postfeminist age, normative notions of masculinity and femininity are being challenged and questioned. Both internationally and locally, there is a renewed debate about women's reproductive choice and freedom. On average, women continue to be underrepresented in government bodies and receive less pay than men in comparable employment. Whilst the female body remains a political site, notions of masculinities are also in flux. The recent worldwide economic downturn and subsequent increase in male unemployment contrasted with the image of the 'metrosexual'/'new man' have challenged traditional hegemonic masculinities.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 19TH, 2012
Call for Submissions, Volume 19, issue 1 of Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies
Limina is an online, refereed, academic journal of historical and cultural studies based in the School of Humanities at The University of Western Australia.
Volume 19, issue 1: Exclusivity – Boundaries of Difference
Exclusivity: Who is on the inside? Who is on the outside? The notion of "community" while commonly talked about in celebratory terms always necessitates an Other. For Volume 19, issue 1 we are looking for papers that discuss the ideas of exclusivity, for example, but not limited to change and continuity in:
Presenters sought for a panel on "Positioning Post-1989 Eastern European Transnational Identities" at the 2013 meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association in Toronto. Submissions should be made at http://acla.org/submit/index.php
You need not be a member of the ACLA to submit, but accepted participants will need to become members prior to registering for the conference.
Seminar Organizers: Oana Popescu-Sandu (University of Southern Indiana), Ioana Luca (National Taiwan Normal University)
African American Literature, Post Black Fiction and Cognitive Literature, Language and Literature, Linguistics, Stylistics, American Literature, Interdisciplinary Studies, Narratology, Literary Criticism, Postmodern Literature, Science Fiction, Popular Fiction