As part of the 7th annual Northeastern University English Graduate Student Association Conference, alt/, we seek proposals for a special roundtable on innovative digital approaches to literary, historical, and/or cultural materials. The overall conference theme asks participants to consider "alt" as a generative concept, to consider and interpret alterities, alterations, and alternatives. Certainly digital humanities can be read as an "alt" movement within the academy—blurring disciplinary boundaries, upending traditional hierarchies, reimagining research methodologies and scholarly production. To that end, proposals for this special topics panel might address:
"Alt," neither a word nor a prefix in the grammatical sense, has nevertheless been a generative concept in contemporary scholarly interrogations of non-normative ways of engaging with and inhabiting the world. Various fields and disciplines have begun to investigate the meaning, value, and application of alt, inviting critical discourses around questions of alterities, alternations, and alternatives. From considering relations with others to shifting theoretical frameworks to imagining alternate realities, alt complicates periodizations, genres, identities, subjectivities, epistemologies, and discourses.
The organisers of the 2013 Postcolonial Studies Association would like to invite proposals for papers on this year's theme: 'History, Postcolonialism and Tradition'. The theme is designed to facilitate the opportunity for interdisciplinary dialogue, particularly (but not exclusively) between the spheres of literature, cultural studies, anthropology, the visual arts, the performative arts, folklore, history, politics, and the social sciences.
Love of Wisdom Vs. Wisdom of Love
3rd Comparative Literature Graduate Conference
*Deadline for Abstract Submission: Feb.1st, 2013
Email to: WisdomLoveBuffalo@gmail.com
Insofar as philosophia concerns the "love of wisdom," the possibilities and limits of wisdom and love call into question the possibility of philosophy. As love and wisdom are consciously and unconsciously unified in the philosophers' pursuits of wisdom, could the wisdom of love have been supplemented, mixed or misled by the love of wisdom? Does it make philosophy as the result of philosophia problematic?
*Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies* is now seeking submissions.
Formerly known as *The Upstart Crow,* *Upstart* is an online, open-access journal and blog launching in Fall 2013.
On the journal side, we publish methodologically and theoretically innovative work in any area of English Renaissance literary studies. This work can range widely in length, from 3,000-25,000 words. The journal will publish one issue annually, alternating between open-issue and special-topic.
On the blog side, we feature book reviews, conference reviews, and anything else that may be suitable for a blog.
Both blog posts and essays will invite comments from readers.
Call for Book Reviews for Schuylkill Graduate Journal:
(Re)constituting Publics -- Special Issue
Schuylkill Graduate Journal, Temple University
Contact email: email@example.com
Deadline: January 15, 2013
The Schuylkill Graduate Journal
Special Issue on (Re)Constituting Publics
Call for Papers – 2013 Issue
Submission Deadline: January 15, 2013
"The very fact that the public depends upon consequences of acts and the perception of consequences, while its organization into a state depends upon the ability to invent and employ special instrumentalities, shows how and why publics and political institutions differ widely from epoch to epoch and from place to place." John Dewey, Public and its Problems
Brave New World:
Traditions and Transitions
SPECIAL INTEREST SECTION:ORDER AND CHAOS: THE MORE THINGS CHANGE…
EXTENSION FOR CALL FOR PAPERSDUE DECEMBER 15TH, 2012
Brave New World: Traditions and Transitions
EXTENSION FOR CALL FOR PAPERS
DUE DECEMBER 15TH, 2012
Submissions are welcomed for the
18th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference
To be held Thursday, February 14th, 2013, Concordia University
Faculty Lounge, Hall Building H-765, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montreal.
[CFP to follow:]
Michael Naas, Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University and Ph.D., Stony Brook University, will deliver the 2013 Kahana Memorial Lecture: