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CFP: Relationship Between Human & Nonhuman Animals (1/15/06; 9/7/06-9/9/06)

Monday, December 5, 2005 - 6:14pm
Kara Kendall

Announcing A Call for Papers for
        Kindred Spirits: the Relationship Between Human and NonHuman Animals,
            An Interdisciplinary Conference

        Law, Race, Speciesism, Sexuality, Feminism, Ethics, Rights Movements,
Literature, Religion, Gender Studies, History, Science, Creative Writing,
Philosophy, the Visual and Performing Arts, Veterinary Medicine, etc.

Please visit the Kindred Spirits Website for information updates:

Dates: September 7-9, 2006
Place: Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

CFP: Theorizing the 'First Wave' Globally (2/1/06; MLA '06)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 10:24pm
kanika batra

Theorizing feminisms globally, from late 19th to mid 20th centuries, emphasizing sexuality and class, interrogating Western periodization ('first wave'). Abstracts by February 1. Pamela Caughie ( and Kanika Batra (

CFP: Literature and Psychoanalysis (1/18/06; 3/27/06-3/28/06)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 10:24pm
Alvin Henry

Psychoanalysis & Literature
A conference at the University of California at Berkeley

Monday-Tuesday, March 27-28, 2006
Hosted by the Departments of English and Social & Cultural Studies
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Maire Jaanus, Barnard College
Endnote Speaker TBA

This conference aims to explore the intersection between literature and
psychoanalysis and is interested in papers that address, but are not
limited to, the following topics:

CFP: The Structure of Reflection (France) (2/15/06; 7/16/06-7/22/06)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 9:28pm
David Lauer

Call for Papers and Invitation

12th International Philosophy Colloquium Evian
12. Internationales Philosophie-Kolloquium Evian
12ème Colloque philosophique international d'Evian

The Structure of Reflection - Self-Consciousness and Critique
Die Struktur der Reflexivität - Selbstbewusstsein und Kritik
La structure de la réflexivité - conscience de soi et critique

Evian (Lake Geneva), France
July 16-22, 2006

CFP: History Across the Disciplines 2006: Apocalypse and Aporia (grad) (1/27/06; 3/10/06-3/12/06)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 9:28pm



On behalf of the Dalhousie Graduate History Society and the Dalhousie
Association of Graduate Students in English, we would like to invite Master's
and Doctoral Candidates in all branches of the Humanities and Social Sciences
participate in our upcoming graduate student conference taking place from 10-12
March 2006.

CFP: Faith, Knowledge and the Interface of Epistemologies (2/10/06; 5/4/06-5/5/06)

Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 9:27pm
William C Mitchell


University of Washington Graduate Conference for Interdisciplinary Studies
May 4-5, 2006
Submission Deadline: February 10, 2006

Faith, Knowledge and the Interface of Epistemologies
Speaker: Robert Michel Pyle

CFP: Changing the Subject: Poesis, Praxis, and Theoria in the Humanities (grad) (2/1/06; EGSO, 4/22/06-4/23/06)

Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:23pm
EGSO Albany

    Call for Panels and Papers: Deadline 2/1/06
  The English Graduate Student Organization (EGSO) of the University at Albany, SUNY announces its annual graduate student conference Saturday April 22 and Sunday 23, 2006:
  Changing the Subject: Poesis, Praxis, and Theoria in the Humanities
  Robert Scholes is the Keynote Speaker, presenting a paper titled "Changing the Subject: Periodical Studies"

CFP: Identity Construction Costs (grad) (12/17/05; Acacia, 2/17/06-2/18/06)

Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:23pm

Acacia Group's 2006 Conference: Politicizing texts
The Acacia Group of California State University, Fullerton is seeking papers
for our 2006 conference to be held February 17 and 18, 2006. We are
interested in papers/presentations for the following suggested panel:
Identity Construction CostsIf identity is a construct, necessitating
constant maintenance, what are the inspiration/pressures that create form/s of
identity construction? How are those pressures created and revealed? Do those
pressures change over time? If so, why? What kinds of writing lend themselves
more or less to disclosing the forms, effects, changes in, and costs of