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CFP: Literature and Religion: Sanctuary, Sacred Space & Theology of Place (PAMLA: Seattle, WA; October 19-21, 2012; Extended Dea

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - 10:56pm
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association

"Whatever is true for space and time, this much is true for place: we are immersed in it and could not do without it. To be at all – to exist in any way – is to be somewhere, and to be somewhere is to be in some kind of place. Place is as requisite as the air we breathe, the ground on which we stand, the bodies we have." Edward Casey

[UPDATE] Growing Up Asian American in Children's Literature, Proposed Edited Collection - Deadline May 15, 2012

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - 10:53pm
Ymitri Mathison

According to the U.S. Census, in 2010 Asian Americans comprised of 18.5 million and 6% of the population. Constituted of several ethnicities and races, they are frequently lumped under one monolithic umbrella with their individual ethnicities reduced to catch-all terms of "Asian" or "Chinese" or "Indian." Yet, in spite of the many stereotypes attached to them, Asian American children and adolescents are constructing unique identities within the intersections of several communities and making their presence felt within American public spaces.

3rd International Akşit Göktürk Conference: Humour in Literature

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - 7:47am
Istanbul University, English Language and Literature Department

Humour is widely regarded as the tendency to provoke laughter and provide enjoyment, yet when we are amused, laugh or smile at something we regard to be funny, the context of the object in question is often not funny at all, but rather sad and to be pitied. Although humour may be often associated with 'mere comedy' and thus, with a lower form of literature, it is striking to note the great number of great works of literature that indeed use humour. Throughout the ages, humour has always remained a popular approach of many authors who desire to provoke a reaction in their readers or audiences.

[UPDATE] The AnaChronisT (5/31/2012)

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - 1:52am
The AnaChronisT

The AnaChronisT 17 (2012) invites research papers, interviews, and book reviews on literatures in English for its next issue, to be published in Winter 2012/3. Papers are to be sent to The AnaChronisT (Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, H–1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5.) by Thursday, 31 May 2012.

The AnaChronisT http://seas3.elte.hu/anachronist/ welcomes submissions by graduate and doctoral students as well as academics. The requirements of application are as follows:

- one hard copy of the essay sent to the above address;

PAMLA 2012 CFP - October 19-21 at Seattle University

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Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 1:53pm
Luz Elizabeth Lara - University of Utah

There are over 120 approved session topics for this year's conference, to be held October 19-21 at Seattle University. All proposals must be submitted online through the PAMLA 2012 website by midnight, April 22, 2012. Presiding Officers will inform submitters whether their papers are accepted or declined between April 23 and May 15.

For complete guidelines and further details about the venue, please visit www.pamla.org/2012

[UPDATE] PAMLA Conference: Seattle University (April 22 paper proposal deadline; October 19-21 conference

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Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 11:45am
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association

The 2012 PAMLA Conference at Seattle University (October 19-21, 2012) has over 130 approved sessions. This year's conference special theme is "Migration, Immigration, and Movement," with many special sessions and addresses focusing on the theme (papers not focused on the theme are also welcome). Our Creative Artist Spotlight Speaker for the conference is award-winning author Sandra Cisneros. Our Plenary Speaker is José David Saldívar of Stanford University. For more information about the conference, or to submit a paper proposal, please go to: http://www.pamla.org/2012/

[UPDATE] Extended deadline for CWWA-FWSA conference

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Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 10:02am
The Feminist and Women's Studies Association/The Contemporary Women's Writing Association

Feminism in Academia: An Age of Austerity?
Current Issues and Future Challenges

Friday 28th September 2012
The University of Nottingham

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Mary Eagleton (formerly Leeds Metropolitan University)
Professor Mary Evans (Gender Institute, London School of Economics and
Political Science)

Nineteenth-Century American Literatue and Popular Culture - MPCA/ACA

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Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 8:33am
Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association

The MPCA/ACA is seeking paper proposals that address any aspect of 19th century American popular culture for our annual conference. The 2012 conference will be held in Columbus, OH from October 12-14.

We are especially interested in papers that focus on literature and/or culture from a specific critical perspective; however, no particular approach is required. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

- Literature
- Book History/Print Cultures
- Dime novels
- Politics
- Sports
- Religion
- Westward expansion
- Native Americans
- Women in popular culture
- Entertainment
- The Gothic

English Literature before 1700 -- midnight, April 22, 2012 deadline

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Monday, April 9, 2012 - 2:37pm
PAMLA - Pacific Ancient & Modern Language Association

Please submit proposals for the "English Literature before 1700" session of PAMLA online www.pamla.org/2012 by midnight, April 22, 2012. Presiding officers will inform submitters whether their papers are accepted or declined between April 23 and May 15th.

PAMLA 2012 will be held October 19-21 at Seattle University.

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