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Horror Studies

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Sunday, October 2, 2011 - 10:44am
Steven Bruhm, Managing Editor, Horror Studies

Horror Studies serves the international academic community in the humanities and specifically those scholars interested in horror. Exclusively examining horror, this journal provides interested professionals with an opportunity to read outstanding scholarship from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including work conceived as interdisciplinary. By expanding the conversation to include specialists concerned with diverse historical periods, varied geography, and a wide variety of expressive media, this journal will inform and stimulate anyone interested in a wider and deeper understanding of horror.

Shakespeare at the Opera

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Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 4:03pm
Joshua Cohen, Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Shakespeare at the Opera
The panel examines operatic adaptations of Shakespeare plays. How do Shakespearean operas serve as 'readings' that illuminate facets of the plays on which they are based? How do different treatments of Shakespeare shed light on the historical and cultural conditions that produced the operas? How can studying Shakespeare as opera function as a miniature historical lens om Shakespearean reception across the centuries? Send 300 to 500-word abstract to Josh.Cohen@massart.edu.
Deadline extended to: October 10, 2011
Please include with your abstract:
Name and Affiliation
Email address
Postal address
Telephone number

Shakespeare at the Opera

updated: 
Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 3:59pm
Joshua Cohen, Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Shakespeare at the Opera
The panel examines operatic adaptations of Shakespeare plays. How do Shakespearean operas serve as 'readings' that illuminate facets of the plays on which they are based? How do different treatments of Shakespeare shed light on the historical and cultural conditions that produced the operas? How can studying Shakespeare as opera function as a miniature historical lens om Shakespearean reception across the centuries? Send 300 to 500-word abstract to Josh.Cohen@massart.edu.
Please include information on any media technology you may
need.

SW/TX PCA/ACA--Myth and Fairy Tales Area, Feb 8-11, 2012

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Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 10:19am
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture/American Culture Association

Myth and Fairy Tale Call for Papers

Abstract/Proposals Due: 1 December 2011

Southwest/Texas Popular Culture & American Culture Association's 33rd Annual Conference
Albuquerque, NM February 8-11 2012
http://swtxpca.org/index.html

Panels now forming on topics related to all areas of myth and fairy tale and their connections to popular culture. To participate in this area, you do not need to present on both myths and fairy tales (one or the other is perfectly fine), but we have seen that bringing both genre categories into conversation has led to extremely valuable and stimulating conversations.

Dada/Surrealism special journal issue: '"Wonderful Things": Surrealism and Egypt'

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Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 9:17am
Patricia Allmer and Donna Roberts

Call for Contributors:
Dada/Surrealism (http://ir.uiowa.edu/dadasur/) special journal issue: "Wonderful Things" - Surrealism and Egypt

In November 1922 Howard Carter opened the tomb of Tutankhamun in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, the greatest archaeological discovery of the 20th century. This discovery triggered an enormous Egyptomanic craze in Europe and America, evident across architecture, the arts and popular culture. This special issue will mark the 90th anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb by evaluating Egypt's significant and diverse impact on surrealism.

Northern Renaissance Seminar: 'Genre in the Renaissance'

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Friday, September 30, 2011 - 9:22am
University of Chester, UK

Northern Renaissance Seminar

University of Chester

17th March 2012

Genre in the Renaissance

Proposals for papers are invited on any aspect of the ways in which literary/poetic/dramatic genres function in the Renaissance. This seminar endeavours to expose some of the ways in which genres are employed, manipulated, or resisted in Renaissance literature, poetry and drama.
Topics may include, but are certainly not restricted to:

- The emergence and evolution of genres in relation to Renaissance culture;

- The tensions or compliance of literary/dramatic works with genre theory;

- How social discourses shape categories and classifications of literary production;

Practicing Humanities Scholarship in the 21st century [12/1/11;2/17/12]

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Friday, September 30, 2011 - 3:56am
Fourth Annual Natures Conference--February 17, 2012--a graduate humanities conference

To what extent have the premise and practices of humanities scholarship changed or remained the same in the new millennium? Papers are sought that both report on humanities research and reflect thoughtfully upon its practices. Topics on a wide range of subjects (ancient to contemporary), and from a variety of disciplinary perspectives are sought.Presentations should be 15-20 minutes in length. Papers pertinent to the following proposed panel topics are particularly solicited, but other subjects will be considered as well:
• Wars of the Past and Present: Words and Images
• Internationalizing the Humanities: Research in a Global World
• Technology and the Humanities: Research in a Digitized World

Tricks of the Trade: Stagecraft and Culture, High, Low, and Popular (Feb 23-25, 2012; Abstracts due Oct 31, 2011)

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 8:23pm
South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference

Paper proposals are invited for a panel on Tricks of the Trade: Stagecraft and Culture, High, Low, and Popular that will be presented at the SCSECS annual conference.

The SCSECS conference will be held on February 23-25, 2012, in Asheville, North Carolina, at the Grove Park Inn. For more information about the conference theme, plenary speakers, and special events and about the conference venue, please consult our SCSECS 2012 website at http://www.etsu.edu/cas/litlang/scsecs.

ACLA Seminar: Representing the Holocaust: Present and Future

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 1:18pm
Amy Parziale, University of Arizona

ACLA 2012 Conference Seminar: Representing the Holocaust: Present and Future

The American Comparative Literature Association's 2012 Annual Meeting will take place at Brown University, Providence, RI from March 29th to April 1st, 2012.
CONFERENCE THEME: "Collapse/Catastrophe/Change"

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