The first issue will concentrate on addiction and transgression. Critical articles of 4,000-8,000 words, book reviews up to 3,000 words, creative work, photography and other visual art are sought.
The William Dean Howells Society is sponsoring two panels at the upcoming American Literature Association conference, which takes place over Memorial Day weekend in Boston. For one of the panels, we are interested in papers that touch upon any topic in Howells's work. We are especially keen to hear about new directions in Howells scholarship and/or texts that often get overlooked.
Please send your brief (1-2 page) abstract and a current CV as a Word attachment to Lance Rubin at email@example.com by October 1, 2011. Inquiries welcome!
The William Dean Howells Society welcomes submissions for a panel at the 2011 ALA in Boston that deal with any and all issues related to teaching Howells in the classroom. What has succeeded? What obstacles do you face? We are especially interested in presentations that offer insights into teaching Howells to undergraduate students and/or with such mega-anthologies as the Heath and Norton. Also important are presentations exploring the use of the vast resources of the media and the Internet.
Please submit your 200-250 word abstract and a current CV (or any inquiries) to Lance Rubin at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2010.
This special issue of EJES (http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/13825577.asp) addresses the dislocation of bodies (human and non-human), concepts, cultures, and goods across borders of various kinds not just in relation to notions of mobility, but with special attention to their interaction with their surrounding environments.
This panel seeks papers that explore the experience and/or representation of trauma in Early-Modern texts. Examinations of how Early-Modern cultural, religious, and political institutions dealt with trauma and papers that look at trauma theory and its use in Early-Modern studies are also invited.
Papers might explore, but are not limited to the following issues:
-How trauma was experienced and represented in Early Modern literature and culture.
-How Early Modern cultural, religious, and political institutions dealt with trauma; Renaissance therapies
-Representations of mourning and melancholy
Click on the Call For Papers Link (in red) on the Home Page.
Reservation Deadline: September 30, 2010
Abstract Deadline: November 15, 2010
Paper Submission Deadline: January 31, 2011
Since the dawn of man, conflicts have arisen that have sparked civil unrest, fighting and killing. Wars have been started over religious conflicts, fuel, and even sporting events. It is the aim of this topic and conference to research and discuss the many aspects of war and peace. Some of the areas that we will be looking at are:
I am again seeking submissions for the Nabokov panel at the Literature Since 1900 conference from February 24 – 26, 2011 in Louisville, KY. This is a wonderful, friendly conference held on the U of L campus in a great Midwestern city. I have attended many times, and am happy to talk more off-list about the conference if you have questions.
Although the topic is "open", I'd like to select papers that share some connections to better facilitate post-presentation discussion. One area I am interested in is Nabokov and the law, but that's just one idea, which comes from my research addressing law enforcement writing and technical communication. If you would like to talk more about topic ideas, please email me off-list.
The Game Studies area of the National Popular Culture Association and the American Culture Association Conference invites proposals for papers and panels on games and game studies for the joint meeting of the National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association and the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations Conference to be held Wednesday, April 20, through Saturday, April 23, 2010, at the Marriott Rivercenter San Antonio and the Marriott-San Antonio Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX
University of Brighton's LGBTQ Life Research Hub is proud to co-host the 18th Lesbian Lives conference with University College Dublin at the University of Brighton in February 2011. It is the only annual academic conference in Lesbian Studies, bringing together academics, activists, performers and writers from all continents to network across international and professional boundaries and provides a unique forum dedicated to exploration of lesbian identity and experience.
Call for Papers, CEA 2011 | FORTUNES
42nd Annual Conference | March 31 - April 2, 2011 | St. Petersburg, Florida
The Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, 333 First Street South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33701; (727) 894-5000
Submission deadline: November 1, 2010 at http://cea-web.org/