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CFP: Faith, Knowledge and the Interface of Epistemologies (2/10/06; 5/4/06-5/5/06)

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Tuesday, November 29, 2005 - 9:27pm
William C Mitchell

CALL FOR PAPERS

University of Washington Graduate Conference for Interdisciplinary Studies
May 4-5, 2006
Submission Deadline: February 10, 2006

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Faith, Knowledge and the Interface of Epistemologies
Speaker: Robert Michel Pyle
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CFP: Changing the Subject: Poesis, Praxis, and Theoria in the Humanities (grad) (2/1/06; EGSO, 4/22/06-4/23/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:23pm
EGSO Albany

    Call for Panels and Papers: Deadline 2/1/06
   
  The English Graduate Student Organization (EGSO) of the University at Albany, SUNY announces its annual graduate student conference Saturday April 22 and Sunday 23, 2006:
   
  Changing the Subject: Poesis, Praxis, and Theoria in the Humanities
   
  Robert Scholes is the Keynote Speaker, presenting a paper titled "Changing the Subject: Periodical Studies"
   

CFP: Identity Construction Costs (grad) (12/17/05; Acacia, 2/17/06-2/18/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:23pm
DannaV27_at_aol.com

 
Acacia Group's 2006 Conference: Politicizing texts
The Acacia Group of California State University, Fullerton is seeking papers
for our 2006 conference to be held February 17 and 18, 2006. We are
interested in papers/presentations for the following suggested panel:
 
 
Identity Construction CostsIf identity is a construct, necessitating
constant maintenance, what are the inspiration/pressures that create form/s of
identity construction? How are those pressures created and revealed? Do those
pressures change over time? If so, why? What kinds of writing lend themselves
more or less to disclosing the forms, effects, changes in, and costs of
construction?
 

CFP: Value in Art (grad) (12/17/05; Acacia, 2/17/06-2/18/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:22pm
DannaV27_at_aol.com

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CFP: Critical Thinking/Complacent Writing (grad) (12/17/05; Acacia, 2/17/06-2/18/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:22pm
DannaV27_at_aol.com

 
Acacia Group's 2006 Conference: Politicizing texts
The Acacia Group of California State University, Fullerton is seeking papers
for our 2006 conference to be held February 17 and 18, 2006. We are
interested in papers/presentations for the following suggested panel:
 
 
Critical Thinking/Complacent Writing
Some writers, activists, and literary critics feel that after or apropos
Derrida and the philosophy of deconstruction, effective political action is
impossible. Is there really an impasse? How might a deconstructive theoretical
approach obstruct effective action in praxis? How might a deconstructive
theoretical approach occlude or bring to light overlooked/new voices and

CFP: Tethering the Imagination (grad) (12/17/05; Acacia, 2/17/06-2/18/06)

updated: 
Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 11:22pm
DannaV27_at_aol.com

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The Acacia Group of California State University, Fullerton is seeking paper=
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for our 2006 conference to be held February 17 and 18, 2006. We are =20
interested in papers/presentations for the following suggested panel:
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CFP: Kindred Spirits Conference: Humans and NonHuman Animals (1/15/06; 9/7/06-9/9/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:45pm
Kara Kendall

Announcing A Call for Papers for
        Kindred Spirits: the Relationship Between Human and NonHuman Animals,
            An Interdisciplinary Conference

        Law, Race, Speciesism, Sexuality, Feminism, Ethics, Rights Movements,
Literature, Religion, Gender Studies, History, Science, Creative Writing,
Philosophy, the Visual and Performing Arts, Veterinary Medicine, etc.

Please visit the Kindred Spirits Website for information updates:
        http://www.indiana.edu/~kspirits/

Dates: September 7-9, 2006
Place: Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

CFP: Postmodern Authorship (12/15/05; ASU, 2/24/06-2/26/06)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:45pm
st jack

(Re)Markable Identities: Confronting, Corrupting, and Conflating Cultural
Discourses
February 24-26, 2006
Arizona State University œ Tempe, Arizona

Call for papers:

In The Postmodern Condition, Jean Lyotard suggests, gA postmodern artist or
writer is in the position of a philosopher; the text he writes, the work he
produces are not in principle governed by preestablished rules, and they
cannot be judged according to a determined judgment.h How then are we to
consider the postmodern artist or writer?

CFP: Domesticity & Narrative (3/1/06; journal issue)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:45pm
Sidney Matrix

Call for Papers: Domesticity and Narrative

For a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal _Storytelling: A Critical Journal of Popular Narrative_ (Winter 2007), the guest editor is soliciting contributions that address issues of domesticity and narrative as a mode of storytelling. The guest editor envisions essays that explore this topic in narrative film, on television, and in popular literature including advertising and nonfiction texts.
 
Essays should be between 10 to 15 double-spaced, typed pages (approximately 3,300 to 6,000 words) including notes and works cited, and should be formatted according to MLA style.

Please email all submissions to the guest editor as Word attachments.
Deadline: March 1, 2006

CFP: Human Rights: Lost in Translation? (11/30/05; ACLA, 3/23/06-3/26/06)

updated: 
Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:44pm
jnarkuna_at_pratt.edu

American Comparative Literature Association Conference: "The Human
and Its Others." March 23-26, 2006 at Princeton University

Seminar Panel: Human Rights: "Lost" in Translation?

Seminar Organizer: J. Paul Narkunas, Pratt Institute

CFP: Texts, Translations, and Traditions (grad) (1/15/06; 4/27/06-4/29/06)

updated: 
Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:44pm
Kristiane Stapleton

CALL FOR PAPERS

MADLIT
Second Annual Madison Graduate Student Conference in Language and Literature
"Texts, Translations, and Traditions"
April 27-29, 2006 at the University of Madison, Wisconsin

        Madlit is pleased to announce its second annual graduate student conference which seeks to bring
together graduate students from across the country as a community to share work, ideas, and insights into
professionalization. This year's theme invites a wide range of papers from various literary periods that engage
with some aspect of texts, translations and traditions. Some possible topics include:

CFP: Utopias and Dystopias (3/1/06; journal issue)

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Sunday, November 27, 2005 - 9:44pm
L V Troost

Topic: The Washington and Jefferson College Review

We invite clearly written, thoughtful, researched essays that examine
aspects and types of utopias and dystopias: historical, literary,
speculative, political, etc. We are interested in everything from
communities like Old Economy, New Harmony, and Old Salem; works by authors
such as Swift, More, Butler, Orwell, Huxley, Atwood, and Le Guin; and films
like Bladerunner and Metropolis.

All submission will be acknowledged and assessed by at least four members of
the issue's board in a blind review. For more information about our journal,
visit www.washjeff.edu/topic.

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