InVisible Culture, Issue 19
InVisible Culture, Issue 19
The 5th Biennial Philosophy and Literature Conference at Purdue University
Theme: "Truth, Thought, and Technology"
October: Friday & Saturday, 19th & 20th, 2012
The negotiation of Latin@ identities within space—cities, universities, homes, exile, —requires an understanding of ethnicities, language(s), religion(s), social class, gender, as well as the psychological spaces where one needs to defend him/herself in the face of a pejorative labels from the dominant group or from a more powerful member of one's own group. How do Latino/a authors represent their worlds through the use of space whereby each character or voice must negotiate his/her identity markers within a specific space to claim "self-recognition"?
Papers that address any aspect of Latino/a identity in narrative, poetry or theatre are welcome for this panel.
The aim of this conference is to explore the role of live animals on the stage, from the early modern era to the present time. Papers dealing with visual or textual representations of performing animals, typologies of animals in the theatre, the hybridisation of the drama with the circus, the zoo and the cinema, as well as the semiotic transfer of animal roles from the text to the stage are particularly welcome. Corollary topics may also include, but are not limited to:
Tabletop Board Games and the Televisual Imagination
Call for Papers: SCMS 2013
[panel proposal for next year's Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Chicago (March 6 - 10, 2013)]
Echoes of Home: Bringing Home to Work
Call for Proposals:
As academics, we often feel disconnected from the outside world and even from our roots, our homes--where we're from. We feel like impostors--sometimes at work, sometimes at home. This placelessness often felt in academia manifests in graduate school when, as Donald Troop recently discussed in The Chronicle of Higher Education, grad students can feel "they're somehow not smart enough or that they're fooling people—that they feel like impostors." Maybe these feelings are common in times of transition (home-to-graduate-school, graduate-school-to-Assistant-Professor), but for some of us, that transition seems neverending.
The Aesthetics of Suffering
November 23th-24th, 2012
Department of English
National Taipei University of Technology
Taipei, Taiwan, ROC
20th- and 21st- Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium
Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta, GA – March 28-30, 2013
Appel à communication
Trace(s), fragment(s), reste(s)
« Les fragmentaires jettent des flammes aussi vives qu'elles sont sans durée. »
« La fragmentation est l'âme de l'art. » Pascal Quignard
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
(collection of essays)
'The Reception of Herodotus in Antiquity and Beyond'
Herodotus' 'Histories' has proved to be one of the most influential and controversial texts to have survived from antiquity. It has been adopted, adapted, imitated, contested, admired and criticized across a diverse range of genres, historical periods, and geographical boundaries.
The Qouch, an on-line publication of The Queer Psychoanalysis Society, is looking for submissions from scholars, writers, and artists who do work in the fields of queer studies, gender studies, and/or psychoanalysis. We welcome proposals or finished works that explore the psychology of sexuality and gender in the form of scholarly essays, well-informed opinion pieces, creative writing, and any other expressive media. The Qouch publishes articles on a continuing basis and there is no deadline for submissions. We will also consider previously published essays and previews of larger works in progress.