category: twentieth century and beyond

[UPDATE] Crowd Forms in American Literature [NeMLA Conference April 7-10, 2011 in New Brunswick, NJ]

full name / name of organization: 
42nd Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association [NeMLA]
contact email: 
pmahoney@temple.edu

This panel of the 2011 Northeast Modern Language Association conference seeks to redress traditional understandings of collectives in American literature.

[UPDATE] GLITS Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Research Conference: PARADOX (REGISTRATION is open; conference 26 June 2010

full name / name of organization: 
Goldsmiths College, University of London
contact email: 
paradox-glits@gold.ac.uk

Registration for the GLITS Goldsmiths Literature Seminar Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Research Conference, is open. Admission is free.

"RAVENNA" 3 is ONLINE

full name / name of organization: 
http://www.oscholars.com/Ravenna/Ravenna3/toc.htm
contact email: 
luca.caddia@katamail.com

I am pleased to announce the publication of the third volume of "Ravenna", an online interdisciplinary journal devoted to the relationship between nineteenth-century Britain and Italy.

Censored Literature Panel for NEMLA April 7-10, 2011, New Brunswick, N.J.

full name / name of organization: 
Northeast Modern Language Association
contact email: 
julia.keefer@nyu.edu

Teaching literature censored by governments or self-censored means engaging with social, religious, political, and sexual taboos dialectically related to the courage of writers.

Reading Jacqueline Wilson

full name / name of organization: 
Helen Day, University of Central Lancashire
contact email: 
HFDay@uclan.ac.uk

Creator of Tracy Beaker and one of Britain's top writers for children, there’s hardly a young person in the UK that hasn’t heard of Jacqueline Wilson.

The Complexity and Originality of Camus’s Writings - NeMLA convention April 2011

full name / name of organization: 
Emmanuelle Vanborre
contact email: 
Emmanuelle.Vanborre@gordon.edu

This year marked the fiftieth anniversary of Camus’s death. His death interrupted his career as Camus was still writing when he had his tragic accident.

NeMLA conference (April 7-10, 2011 in New Brunswick, NJ): The Other French Cinema(s) of the 1930s

full name / name of organization: 
Colleen Kennedy-Karpat and Bénédicte Lebéhot, Rutgers University
contact email: 
kennedyc@eden.rutgers.edu or blebehot@rci.rutgers.edu

Title The Other French Cinema(s) of the 1930s

Co-Chairs Colleen Kennedy-Karpat and Bénédicte Lebéhot

William Carlos Williams and the Meaning of the Local

full name / name of organization: 
Paul Cappucci, Georgian Court University
contact email: 
cappuccip@georgian.edu

In a short prose piece on Kenneth Burke published in Imaginations, William Carlos Williams writes that “[o]ne has to learn what the meaning of the local is, for universal purposes.

Chicas! Nǚhái! Batang babae!: Girlhood in Contemporary Ethnic American Literature, NEMLA 4/7-10/2010

full name / name of organization: 
NEMLA Conference 2010, Rutgers University, NJ
contact email: 
cbaiada@bmcc.cuny.edu

Chicas! Nǚhái! Batang babae!: Girlhood in Contemporary Ethnic American Literature

42nd Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
April 7-10, 2011

LUICD Graduate Conference 2011: Imagining Europe - Perspectives, Perceptions and Representations

full name / name of organization: 
Leiden University Institute for Cultural Disciplines
contact email: 
c.maas@hum.leidenuniv.nl

‘Qui parle Europe a tort. Notion géographique’. Otto von Bismarck's elliptic remark, scribbled in the margin of a letter from Alexander Gorchakov in 1876, would go on to become one of the most often-quoted statements about Europe. But was Bismarck right? Is Europe nothing but a geographical notion? Even the briefest glance at history shows that more often than not perceptions and definitions of Europe go beyond the mere geographical demarcation of a continent.

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