The University of Lancaster's Ruskin Programme and the University of Salford invite contributions for RUSKIN AND THE IDEA OF INFLUENCE, the first of three, annual, one-day seminars, to be held on 13 May 2006 at the University of Salford's Communication, Cultural and Media Studies Research Centre. These seminars are part of the collaborative AHRC funded project on 'Ruskin, Cultural Tourism and Popular Access', directed by Professors Keith Hanley (Lancaster), John Walton (Central Lancashire), and Brian Maidment (Salford).
The Deadline for submission has changed for Stony Brook's 2006 Graduate Conference: Voices Across Boundaries, to January 10, 2006.
FEBRUARY 24-25, 2006
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
Keynote Speaker: H. Aram Veeser, Ph.D.
Stony Brook University?s Annual Graduate Conference, the longest running graduate conference in the country, focuses on incipient and ongoing research emerging from the graduate community. Held on our Manhattan campus at the corner of 28th Street and Park Avenue in Midtown, the conference?s location reflects the vital, intellectual, and exploratory atmosphere that our past conferences have engendered.
Call for Papers & Writing Competition - Yale ISP Conference on Access to
Knowledge (A2K) April 21-23, 2006
The Yale Law School Information Society Project (ISP) and the International
Journal of Communications Law & Policy (IJCLP) are pleased to announce their
third interdisciplinary writing competition and a call for papers in
conjunction with the Access to Knowledge (A2K) Conference taking place on
April 21-23, 2006 at Yale Law School. We invite students, scholars, policy
makers, activists and practitioners to submit papers for the writing
competition and/or for publication by the IJCLP.
TWENTY-THIRD INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE
*CALL FOR PAPERS *
(please disseminate widely)
The 23rd annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy will
be held August 3-5, 2006, at the
*University of Victoria Victoria, B.C., Canada *
Although proposals in all areas of social philosophy are welcome, special
attention will be devoted to the theme
*International Law and Justice*
Announcing the First Annual InterDisciplines Graduate Student Conference at
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.
Inter-disciplining the Body
Call for Papers
Sexuality Out of Place
Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference
March 31st—April 1st 2006, Earlham College
The 2006 "Sexuality Out of Place" conference is focused on examining the
relationship of space, place, and geography with sexuality; it interested in
exploring the different ways the location of identity plays out when
sexuality, sexual difference, and geography are taken seriously. This
conference will welcome graduate work—historical and contemporary—focused on
discourse, narratives, and practices of sexuality understood through the
prism of place and space, including
Call for Papers: "Changing Trends in Authorship"
A Graduate Student Conference presented by the graduate students of the
University of Rochester Department of English, Rochester, New York
March 3-4 2006
We invite submissions for presentations, panels, and workshops that address
any period or genre of literary study. Papers addressing any significant
literary and/or historical trend in authorship are welcome.
CRITICAL SENSE: A JOURNAL OF POLITICAL AND CULTURAL THEORY
CALL FOR PAPERS SPRING 2006
Utility, Excess, Value, Waste:
Interrogating the Productive and the Unproductive
Update: 41st Annual Comparative Literature conference at California=20
State University, Long Beach: "Ancient and Modern Narrative:=20
Intersections, Interactions, and Interstices"
Please note the new deadline for abstract submissions: Friday, 13=20
It is with great pleasure that I forward to you the following Call for
Papers for the 2006 Summer issue of Marginalia.
Very best wishes,
The Medieval Reading Group at the University of Cambridge