On the heels of a successful ASLE panel devoted to the subject, we invite abstracts or proposals for essays on the relations between ecocriticism and geocriticism, broadly conceived, for a proposed collection of essays, *Ecocriticism and Geocriticism: Overlapping Territories in Environmental and Spatial Literary Studies*.
Call for Papers
4th Annual Graduate Student Conference
Stony Brook University, The State University of New York
Cultural Analysis and Theory Department
Stony Brook Manhattan
October 18th & 19th, 2013
Keynote Lecture to be delivered by:
Jasbir Puar (Rutgers University)
DEADLINE EXTENDED to June 22!
3rd Annual Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference
October 18, 2013
Keynote: José Muñoz
Southern Humanities Council Conference
January 29-February 2, 2014 Crown Plaza Richmond Downtown Richmond, Virginia
"Memories, Histories, Fantasies"
This panel will examine how fragmentary form and non-linear narrative operate in post-1945 novels in English in order to ask how an experimental, fragmentary form poses key problems and possibilities for the development of the novel within a contemporary literary landscape. Considering that size and depth are features commonly associated with the novel, complications arise within the form when certain novels are dominated by fragmentary segments, are small in size, or made of precious materials. The topics of this panel include, but are not limited to, novels by poets; the fragment in literature; formalisms; narrative theory; theories of the novel; the contemporary literary canon.
The 5th biennial CWWA conference, 'Contemporary Women's Writing and Environments' recognizes and investigates the importance of environments to women's writing, and the contribution women's writing makes to current thinking about environments. Taking an expansive view of 'environment', the conference will unite practitioners and scholars in discussion of the ways in which contemporary women's writing engages with places, spaces, homes, cities, nature, workplaces, communities, publics, literary spheres and virtual worlds.
This permanent section invites papers on any aspect of Canadian Literature. Proposals related to the conference theme of "art and artifice," are encouraged, although this theme can be broadly construed. Please note the approaching deadline for abstract submissions.
Please send 250-word abstracts and CV by June 15, 2013 to Nathan Jung, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please see the conference website: http://www.luc.edu/mmla/
Chair: Nathan Jung, Loyola University Chicago, email@example.com
In keeping with the theme of this year's conference, we welcome papers that focus on the ways Irish identity, space, and memory are shaped through conventionally understood literary genres (poetry, fiction, drama, memoir) as well as work from related fields, including but not limited to art, critical theory, folklore, and film studies. This panel seeks to address recent trends in scholarship and the ways Irish identity (systemic or individual) and space is constructed and defined.
Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words to Sarah Dyne, Georgia State University, by the extended deadline of June 25, 2013 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I seek papers for a panel on auteurship in recent Hollywood cinema, especially films that have alternately been called the "New Sincerity" (Collins), "smart" (Sconce), "Mumblecore" (Masunaga), "post-pop" (Mayshark), and "quirky" (MacDowell).