There is still space available for one or two very high quality papers in this special edition of Life Writing.
twentieth century and beyond
Call for Papers: Shakespeare and Popular Culture
12-13 October 2019, Campion College of the Liberal Arts, Sydney
SAMLA: BIG BOOKS: WHY BOTHER?
South Atlantic Modern Language Association; November 8-10, 2019; Atlanta, Georgia; Special Session
The benefits of undergraduate research are well established in the literature, and many colleges and universities are now fully embracing undergraduate research as a means to enhance student learning, prepare students for graduate school, foster interdisciplinary collaboration, and promote community engagement. The spring 2020 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR) will examine undergraduate research for the twenty-first century. How is undergraduate research preparing students for the workforce? What role does technology play in undergraduate research? How can undergraduate research address the complex sociopolitical problems of the twenty-first century?
Fall 2019 Cormac McCarthy Conference
August 29 – September 1, 2019
Keynote speaker: David Krakauer, President of the Santa Fe Institute
The Cormac McCarthy Society announces its next U.S. conference, to be held in Austin, Texas. We’ll return to the downtown Hilton, the site of our conference in 2017, right in the midst of Austin’s funky restaurant and music scene.
San Diego, CA
This panel seeks to explore the ways in which motherhood, in all its stages, across all demographics, is represented in contemporary American literature.
The Cambridge Body and Food Histories group is delighted to announce the call for papers for its second annual conference:
THURSDAY 12TH & FRIDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2019. ENGLISH FACULTY, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
Institute of Modern Languages of the University of Bielsko-Biała and World and Word biannual
welcome contributions to a special issue devoted to
Shapes of Futures
What is realised in my history is not the past definite of what was, since it is no more, or even the present perfect of what has been in what I am, but the future anterior of what I shall have been for what I am in the process of becoming.
The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.