DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: SEPTEMBER 30th, 2011
4th Global Conference
Heavy Fundamentalisms: Music, Metal and Politics
Wednesday 9th May – Friday 11th May 2012
Prague, Czech Republic
6th Global Conference
Ethics, Evil and the State
Sunday 6th May – Tuesday 8th May 2012
Prague, Czech Republic
Call for Papers
A Special Issue of The Global South
Edited by Claudia Milian and Ifeoma Kiddoe Nwankwo
Interoceanic Diasporas and The Panama Canal's Centennial
Constructions of Identity in Old English Riddles
The Role of Things in Old English Poetry
MP: Transgendered (Fall issue) – Deadline Extended to September 30, 2011
Can there be a multi-gendered feminism? MP journal seeks submissions that explore the many facets of transgendered feminism. How do transgendered people experience, embrace, reject, or practice feminism? What is the role of feminism within queer studies? What is the role of feminism for those who occupy the interstice between male and female? Is gender performance feminist? MP Journal welcomes academic papers, book reviews, and other well-written inquiries on the subject of transgendered feminisms. International submissions are encouraged.
In consideration of the revolutionary wave in the Middle East with the ongoing "Arab Spring" there and in China with calls for a "Jasmine Revolution," the 2012 World Literature Conference at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia will address the role of World Literature in reflecting, mediating, and transforming the concepts of empathy, democracy, forgiveness, cosmopolitanism, and the status of the nation-state. We invite scholars to take interdisciplinary approaches to the reading, reception, interpretation, translation, and teaching of World Literature.
*online submission and registration is now open*
BRITISH SOCIETY FOR EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES
41st Annual Conference
January 4-6, 2012
St Hugh's College, Oxford, U.K
'Landscapes & Environments '
The annual meeting of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is Europe's largest and most prestigious annual conference dealing with all aspects of the history, literature, and culture of the long eighteenth century.
Poetry & Psychoanalysis
30 June – 1 July 2012, Oxford University, UK
Keynote speaker: Adam Phillips
Just as psychoanalysts have mined poetry for examples and case studies, the insights and the problems of psychoanalysis have been a rich source of inspiration for twentieth and twenty-first century poets. Psychoanalytic readings of poetry from Romanticism to the present have moved beyond symbol-hunting and biographical decoding: recent scholarship has explored a wide range of psychoanalytically-informed reading practices and models of subjectivity. In what ways do these two discourses continue to speak to one another? What preoccupations do they share? What frictions result from their conversation?