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ICT in Higher CFP:Education: Bhatter College Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies (ISSN 2249-3301)

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Friday, September 7, 2012 - 6:01am
Bhatter College

BHATTER COLLEGE JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (ISSN 2249-3301)
A Print Journal, published by Bhatter College
P.O. Dantan, Dist. Paschim Medinipur
www.bhattercollege.ac.in

Call for papers
Articles and Book Reviews on ICT in Higher Education are invited from Teachers, Research Scholars and enthusiasts for Bhatter College Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies (ISSN 2249-3301) for Volume II, 2012. Submissions can be made in English or Bengali on any of the following topics from any discipline and subjects, which are, however, not exclusive but suggestive. We are open to inclusion of other topics.

CFP: Spaces of Work and Knowledge in the Long Eighteenth Century publication

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Friday, September 7, 2012 - 4:47am
University of Warwick

Call for Papers:

Spaces of Work and Knowledge in The Long Eighteenth Century

Abstracts are invited for proposed submissions for publication in a forthcoming collection of essays based on the proceedings of the Spaces of Work 1770-1830 conference held at the University of Warwick April 2012. The publication will follow the broad themes of the conference, but is expanded to include articles focusing on any time within the Long Eighteenth Century, and beyond being focused on Britain to include all geographical locations. Further, the overall headings of 'space' and 'work' are to be examined in relation to forms of knowledge, broadly conceived.

CFP Kalamazoo 2013 - "John Lydgate and English Literary History" - DUE Sept. 15th

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 11:51pm
Alaina Bupp

In the past few years, scholarship on John Lydgate has undergone a transformation. His works are garnering more and more attention. If Lydgate's centuries old reputation as a poetic dullard is to be revived, the author and his works must be presented and discussed in a venue that can provide opportunities for the unitiated scholar to discover Lydgate's significance to English literary history.

The purpose of this session, then, would be to draw out the ways in which Lydgate contributed to, complicated, or derived his works from the literary history and traditions of England. Topics to consider include but are not limited to:

Kalamazoo (Medieval Congress) 2013

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 11:02pm
Human-Animal Transformations (sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at St. Louis University)

On behalf of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, St. Louis University, we are looking for papers that make conjectures about any and all aspects of medieval human-animal transformations. Some topics may include:

-The space/setting of human-animal transformations
-The motivations/causes behind these transformations
-Gender construction and notions of masculinity and femininity through transformation
-Speech, language, and communication post transformation
-Posthumanism and human-animal embodiment
-The outcome of the transformed
-Depictions of human-animal transformations in medieval art and illumination

Please send an approximately 250 word abstract by September 15th to the following:

Activism and Scholarship: A Conference Honoring Amy Swerdlow March 1-2

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 10:40pm
Women's History Graduate Program at Sarah Lawrence College

Call for Proposals
Activism and Scholarship: A Conference Honoring Amy Swerdlow

Fifteenth Annual Women's History Conference at Sarah Lawrence College (15 minutes north of New York City)

Friday and Saturday March 1-2, 2013

Featuring: The keynote address by women's historian Alice Kessler Harris, distinguished professor at Columbia University and author of Difficult Women: The Challenging Life and Times of Lillian Hellman

Round table discussion about the life and work of Amy Swerdlow moderated by Blanch Weisen Cooke, author of The Biography of Eleanor Roosevelt Volumes 1 and 2.

[UPDATE] ZOO 2013: "The Decorated Page" of Medieval Images and Graphic Novels: "Sequential Theory" in Dialogue with Medieval Art

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 10:19pm
Morris Tichenor

The "Decorated Page" of illuminated medieval manuscripts has a connection to the modern graphic novel, but what can the theories and analysis of medieval manuscripts, wall paintings or other medieval visual mediums tell us about how we read the graphic novel, and how might the theories behind the contemporary graphic novel analysis help us read the medieval illustrations and art?

20th Annual NINE Conference on Baseball History and Culture (CFP deadline: Dec. 3, 2012; conference: March 13-16, 2013)

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 4:49pm
NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture

NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture announces The 20th Annual NINE Spring Training Conference on the Historical and Sociological Impact of Baseball

Wednesday, March 13-Saturday, March 16, 2013

Fiesta Resort Conference Center
2100 South Priest Drive
Tempe, Arizona

Call for Papers

The 20th Annual NINE Spring Training Conference invites original, unpublished papers that study all aspects of baseball, with particular emphasis on history and social policy implications. Abstracts only, not to exceed 300 words, should be submitted by December 3, 2012, to tstrecker@bsu.edu .

[UPDATE] Shakespeare at Kalamazoo 2013

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 4:36pm
Kavita Mudan Finn / Shakespeare at Kalamazoo

Shakespeare at Kalamazoo is accepting abstracts for two panels at the 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan (May 9-12, 2013).

1. Shakespeare and Material Culture

2. The Merchant of Venice: Pre-texts, Texts, and After-Texts

[UPDATE] Call for Papers: Film Theory and Aesthetics 2013

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 2:48pm
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture/American Culture Association 34th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM

Proposals are now being sought for review in the Film Theory and Aesthetics Area. Review begins immediately and continues until November 16, 2012. Listed below are some suggestions for possible presentations; other topics in the area are also welcome:

[UPDATE}: Elizabeth I on Film: Kalamazoo, May 9-12, 2013

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 2:44pm
Queen Elizabeth I Society

Our panel in 2013 will focus on representations of Elizabeth I in the classic and more recent film narratives. In the last decade alone, the image of Elizabeth I on film has ranged from Dame Judi Dench's aged but energetic queen to Cate Blanchett's preternaturally youthful 55 year old monarch to the adolescent princess played by Laoise Murray on _The Tudors_. This panel will seek to explore the general trajectories of representing Elizabeth I on screen as well as identify and analyze the developments, continuities, and significance of these representations in the 21st century.

This session is sponsored by Queen Elizabeth I Society.

1 Mar 2013. Beyond Collapse: Archaeological Perspectives on Resilience, Revitalization, and Reorganization in Complex Societies

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 2:37pm
Southern Illinois University

In 1988, while the Soviet Union was experiencing a crisis that ultimately led to its dissolution and the reconfiguration of its once vast political and geographic territory, two important volumes on collapse were published: Yoffee and Cowgill's The Collapse of Ancient States and Civilizations and Tainter's The Collapse of Complex Societies. This upcoming year (2013) marks the 25th anniversary of these seminal works, a quarter century that has seen new scholarly treatment of the subject and the publication of a fair amount of comparative data and hypotheses.

Update: The RIghteous Heathen in Medieval England--Kalamazoo (May 9-12)

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 1:37pm
Oregon Medieval English Literature Society (OMELS)

This panel is proposed for the 2013 International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo Michigan, May 9-12. Broadly, this panel discussion will examine the use of the righteous heathen character in English literature. Panel papers might investigate the development of this character type within the English literary tradition as well as contrast it its continental counterparts. More specifically the panel will focus on the critical function of these pagan figures and examine how authors used this character type to address a variety of literary and cultural themes.

CFP: The Gothic in Literature, Film and Culture (11/30/12; National PCA/ACA Conference, 3/27/13-3/30/13)

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 1:09pm
Popular Culture Association

NATIONAL POPULAR & AMERICAN CULTURE
ASSOCIATIONS 2013 JOINT CONFERENCE

Submissions: All submissions should go through the database:
http://ncp.pcaaca.org

Due Date: The application due date for this year's conference is

November 30, 2012.

The Conference will be held at the
Wardman Park Marriott in Washington, D.C.

Hotel information:
1 (800) HOTELS-1 (800 468-3571)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 30, 2012.

We welcome papers and presentations on any aspect of the Gothic in film, literature, or other forms of cultural expression. All critical approaches are welcome.

CFP: Literature (General) SW/TX PCA/ACA (11/16/12; 2/13-16/13)

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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 12:28pm
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association

Organizers of the 34th annual Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association conference seek paper and panel submissions to the "Literature (General)" category. This area will provide a forum for scholarly presentations on literary subjects outside of our more specific Literature areas. (Before submitting to the general area, please check the special area list, as you may find a home there: http://swtxpca.org/documents/123.html#Literature.)

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