Since the January 25 Revolution, Egyptians have been offered several opportunities to make their voices heard through the ballot box. The elections held in 2011 and 2012 have been occasions for the different political currents not only to come into office or to influence politics, but also to test their worth. Due to the post-revolutionary context, this issue of Egypt Arab World will be both in continuity with previous studies of Egyptian elections, as well as reflect a rupture in the study of the subject.
An open access scholarly, online, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, bimonthly, and fully refereed journal IJAET with 1.96 GEI index factor
We are calling for submission of papers. The call for paper process is ongoing. You can submit your manuscripts online on the email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Theme: Learning and Teaching Through Transformative Spaces
As previous Asian Conferences on Education have shown, education and lifelong learning can be seen as a solution to a host of local and global problems whilst globalized education systems are becoming increasing socially, ethnically and culturally diverse. Nevertheless, knowledge is often defined through discourses embedded in Western paradigms, whilst globalised education systems become increasingly determined by dominant knowledge economies.
Deadline Aug. 25, 2012
Poetry is something celestial, heavenly and God gifted. It enables and uplifts both its creator and readers. Through sublime poetry, a poet can reveal the spontaneous overflow of his emotions. In short, poetry has high and excellent seriousness. So, to enhance the poetic sensibilities, our group is publishing World poetry anthology. We will accept published, unpublished and also simultaneous creations, but Cyberwit does not publish anonymous writings. We provide the perfect platform to showcase your talent to the whole world. Come share your creativity...
Marginalized Bodies: Studies in Deformities and Disabilities in Early Modern Art
We invite papers that begin to map an "Asian American South," a term that this panel construes broadly. In what ways do Asian American cultural productions engage with the South? How are cross-racial interactions depicted? How does the context of southern regionalism complicate Asian American subjectivity? Is there an "Asian Southern literature"? This panel welcomes considerations of Asian Americans as travelers to and settlers in the South, in film, fiction, poetry, and memoir, from any time period. By July 13, 2012, please submit a 250-word abstract and a brief bio to Sailaja Sastry, Barnard College, email@example.com.
The University of Toronto Press has expressed interest in publishing a collection of essays entitled L.M. Montgomery and Cultural Memory, using papers presented at the ninth biennial conference hosted by the L.M. Montgomery Institute as a starting point. We invite the submission of full-length papers that consider these issues in relation to Montgomery's fiction, poetry, life writing, photographs, and scrapbooks, as well as the range of adaptations in the areas of film, television, theatre, tourism, and online communities.
The 4th annual Louisiana Studies Conference will be held September 21-22, 2012 at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The theme of this year's conference is "Louisiana Art and Artists."
A conference marking the centenary of Forster's writing of the novel
Keynote speakers: Professor Joseph Bristow (UCLA), Dr Finn Fordham (Royal Holloway, London), Professor William Greenslade (University of West England, Bristol), and Professor David Medalie (University of Pretoria, South Africa)
CFP deadline: 1 August
Conference website: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~maurice/index.html
We are calling for papers dealing with contemporary literary, cultural, and language theories and/or their applications to particular works for the sixth issue of our journal. We would also welcome papers dealing with meta-theories and their significance for the human and social sciences, as well as reviews of the most recent books in the field of cultural, language and literary theories and criticism.
Papers should be a maximum of 7.000 words, and use the New Harvard Citation System. Papers must include abstracts and key words. Authors should also provide a short bio (up to 20 lines).
The rise of the ecologically-oriented approaches in German-language literatures and scholarship calls for a new look at some traditional literary topics and representations in connection with the relationship of man and his natural environment. This panel seeks to (re) evaluate the literary representation of animals and related images in the light of eco-criticism. We invite abstracts for papers exploring the image of animals in the works of German-language authors of any period. Possible topic areas include, but are not limited to, animal studies, animality studies, cultural studies, ethics and animal rights, and animal-related postcolonial and modernist discourses.
CFP Ol3Media: Sex
Sex has always been one of the crucial elements of all media productions (cinema, theatre, television, videogames, comics, web) and one of the hot topic of debates, and not just within the academic circles, on the ways and extent of its representation, from mainstream to porn.
The next issue of Ol3Media is seeking short papers on the subject, with respect to different productions: both those that focus on sex in a programmatic way and those that have representation of it within products that have a wider focus.
Possible suggestions (but proposals on different topics are welcome):
*Please Note Deadline Extended*
28th and 29th September 2012
University of Salford
This postgraduate conference seeks to explore ideas of opposition through the full range of disciplines in the arts, media, and social sciences.