We are pleased to announce the celebration of the 1st International Conference: Teaching Literature in English for Young Learners. Deadline for proposals: Jun 20th, 2012.
Call for Contributors – Fandom
Undead in the West II: They Just Keep Coming (collected essays)
Deadline for Abstracts – June 15 2012; Accepted Essays – December 1, 2012.
We are seeking proposals for a chapter focused on fandom for a scholarly volume on Undead Westerns. This chapter might be on a single production or text, such as The Walking Dead, or on fandom across productions, texts, or media (including comics, graphic novels, literature, gaming, film and television) and could take as its focus a wide range of topics, such as fan fiction, fan art, fan editing, cosplay, Undead Western fan culture at HorrorCons, ComicCons, etc..
Call For Papers
International Journal of Research in Computer Science
eISSN: 2249 – 8265
ISSN: 2249 – 8257
Deadline: 1st August 2012
Notification: 15th August 2012
Revision: 25th August 2012
Publication: 5th September 2012
It is our immense pleasure to invite you to submit manuscripts of your original paper for publication in International Journal of Research in Computer Sciences. IJORCS is a blind peer-reviewed periodical dedicated to the propagation and elucidation of scholarly research results. IJORCS promotes research work among young students and teachers and motivate them to carry out actual research work and publish their manuscripts.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
(collection of essays)
'The Reception of Herodotus in Antiquity and Beyond'
Herodotus' 'Histories' has proved to be one of the most influential and controversial texts to have survived from antiquity. It has been adopted, adapted, imitated, contested, admired and criticized across a diverse range of genres, historical periods, and geographical boundaries.
Due to public request, our submission deadline has been extended!
The AnaChronisT 17 (2012) invites research papers, interviews, and book reviews on literatures in English for its next issue, to be published in Winter 2012/3. Papers are to be sent to The AnaChronisT (Department of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, H–1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5.) by Monday, 18 June 2012.
The AnaChronisT http://seas3.elte.hu/anachronist/ welcomes submissions by graduate and doctoral students as well as academics. The requirements of application are as follows:
- one hard copy of the essay sent to the above address;
The Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Association at The Ohio State University is currently accepting abstracts for the first year of our annual conference, Translatio. Prospective papers should discuss the religious life, broadly conceived, in both the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. We welcome submissions on topics that range from monasticism to popular religion, and the way that the Church orthodoxy translates into the life of the laity. We also encourage papers that expand the discussion beyond Christianity and the West.
Possible topics may include:
The Qouch, an on-line publication of The Queer Psychoanalysis Society, is looking for submissions from scholars, writers, and artists who do work in the fields of queer studies, gender studies, and/or psychoanalysis. We welcome proposals or finished works that explore the psychology of sexuality and gender in the form of scholarly essays, well-informed opinion pieces, creative writing, and any other expressive media. The Qouch publishes articles on a continuing basis and there is no deadline for submissions. We will also consider previously published essays and previews of larger works in progress.
Stein would not talk about Joyce, wrote Hemingway: 'If you brought up Joyce twice, you would not be invited back (A Moveable Feast). Joyce felt threatened by Stein (as did Hemingway). Joyce hardly admitted being influenced by anyone, yet every writer has a complex relation to her or his predecessors and contemporaries. Abstracts of 250 words exploring Joyce's anxious reactions to writers like Stein and Yeats, or extreme praise accorded to Italo Svevo (or daughter Lucia) to email@example.com or J. McQuail, Box 5053, TTU, Cookeville TN 38505.
Multiplicities: Cycles, Sequels, Remakes and Reboots in Film & Television (anthology)
2nd Annual Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference
Friday, October 26, 2012
Tufts University, Medford, MA
Call for Papers
Eighteenth Century Secularisms
44th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
March 21-24, 2013
Host Institution: Tufts University
Extended Call for Interviews & Essays:
Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities (Texas A & M University-Commerce) welcomes submissions of substantive interviews with or essays on new Native American/Indigenous filmmakers/directors/producers for a special issue that will include a dvd containing shorts or clips from work by those interviewed. Post Script encourages original essays and interviews in this area coming from a Native perspective on film and focusing on Native and Indigenous film of North America. We are seeking work from filmmakers, scholars and academics, curators, teachers and the like.
The Department of Film and Media at the University of California, Berkeley
The Second International Berkeley Conference on Silent Cinema
February 21-23, 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
Format: A two-and-a-half day conference that combines plenary lectures, concurrent paper panels, workshops, and film screenings with live accompaniment at the Pacific Film Archive.
The 3rd International Conference on Re-Thinking Humanities and Social Science is to be held at the University of Zadar, Croatia, from September 6 – 9, 2012. The conference has taken place every year since 2010.
With the concepts of history, memory, and myth central to the discussion, this panel seeks to convene critical and creative treatments that offer an interdisciplinary approach for teaching the Harlem Renaissance. In particular, the discussion will focus on how various contemporary cultural workers – visual arts, creative writers, musicians, and scholars – shaped a distinct aesthetic during this period. Panelists are encouraged to include non-canonical texts, as well as "forgotten artists" of the period in their presentations. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the following: