UPSTAGE, a peer-reviewed online publication dedicated to research in turn-of-the-century (1880-1914) dramatic literature, theatre, and theatrical culture, is seeking submissions for its Summer 2013 issue. This is a development of the pages published under this name as part of THE OSCHOLARS, and is now an independently edited journal in the Oscholars group published by Rivendale Press at www.oscholars.com, as part of our expanding coverage of the different cultural manifestations of the fin de siècle. UPSTAGE is indexed by the Modern Language Association.
Please consider submitting a proposal to the following panel at the upcoming RMMLA convention in Vancouver, WA in October 2013:
Group: SPECIAL TOPICS
Session Title: Practical Approaches to Teaching LCTL (Less Commonly Taught Languages) and Literatures.*
Deadline March 1, 2013
According to Frederic Jameson, the Modernist novel abandoned the panoramic cityscapes of the 19th century realist novel and devised "strategies of inwardness." As Brigitte Munier suggests, the early-20th century protagonist experienced the city "locked within his room, carried away by the cries of shopowners whom Flaubert and Nerval would have encountered walking down the street." The Modernist room, in these accounts, appears to function as a refuge from a confusing public terrain.
Seeking new perspectives on the place of materialist theory in the study of vulnerability in American culture, nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature; racial, economic, sexual vulnerabilities; vulnerability and property
The Makurdi Journal of Communication Research (MJCR) is a refereed biannual International Journal (located in Makurdi, Nigeria in the department of Mass Communication, Benue State University) that publishes original papers on human communication research, theory and practice. Interdisciplinary or specialist papers are also welcome. All submissions to the MJCR should be empirical. Submissions are solicited for the next edition of the journal which is due Late June, 2013.
Deadline for submission is April 5th 2013
Textual Overtures is a graduate-level peer-reviewed open-access journal published online that offers a space in which rhetoric, composition, and literature can coexist and create a harmony of textual explorations.
Do women and men have equal opportunities for agency within nationalist movements? Seeking proposals for a roundtable on the creation of the nation-state and the role of women in South Asia. Please send an abstract of 250 and a short bio by 15 March.
Academic journal Studia Europaea is pleased to invite submissions for upcoming issue: Ethics of International Relations.
Deadline for Submission: 1st of May 2013
Since 1996, the academic journal Studia Europaea, issued by the Faculty of European Studies within Babeş-Bolyai University, has been representing an open arena for promoting research endeavours. By launching the Call for Papers, Studia Europaea welcomes to receive articles that will be grouped in six sections: International organizations and the meaning of "progress"; Peace and human security; Citizenship, otherness and migration; Ethics of sustainable development; Gender in global politics; and Varia.
An AHRC funded project in association with Durham University & Queen's University Belfast
'Postcolonial Studies in the Public Sphere' is an innovative training event on public engagement and Postcolonial Studies. It brings together researchers working in the field of Postcolonial Studies and individuals and organizations involved in a wide range of political, cultural, and community oriented endeavours outside of the academy. This interactive colloquium is aimed at Early Career Researchers and Postgraduate Researchers, whose research is situated within the field of Postcolonial Studies or shares its interests.