IJCES is an scholarly, online international journal that publishes original research papers in the fields of Engineering & Technology. The aim of the IJCES is to publish peer reviewed research and review articles. The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the criteria of significance and scientific excellence. The Journal covers all essential branches of Engineering & Technology.
This session aims to explore the role of magic, witchcraft, sexuality and religion in literary works, when moral categories had a different meaning. 300 words abstracts in English on Italian, Spanish, French and English literature are welcomed.
The session will be held at the PAMLA 2012 - Seattle University
October 19-21, 2012 (110th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association)
Call for Papers
The Rake's Progress: Stravinsky, Hogarth, Hockney, Auden, and Kallman
October 26-27, 2012
The University of Colorado at Boulder Art Museum, College of Music, and Center for British and Irish Studies
To be held in conjunction with the CU-Boulder Opera's performances of The Rake's Progress and the CU Art Museum's exhibit, Hockney and Hogarth: Selections from the CU Art Museum's Collection of British Art (featuring Hockney's A Rake's Progress, 1961-63)
What role has the creative nonfiction genre played in documenting and responding to genocidal violence and civil conflicts?
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Weird Council: An International Conference on the Writing of China Miéville
Saturday 15th September 2012
Senate House, University of London
School of Arts, Birkbeck, University of London
Sponsored by Gylphi: Arts and Humanities Publisher, Birkbeck, University of London and the University of Lincoln
Part of the Gylphi Contemporary Writers series
Professor Sherryl Vint (Brock University)
Professor Roger Luckhurst (Birkbeck, University of London)
Response and Q&A from China Miéville
Contributions are invited for a special issue of the international journal, Shakespeare, 'Shakespeare and Japan', edited by Dominic Shellard. Submissions will be considered on all aspects of Shakespeare and Japan, ranging from performances, film and television adaptations and translations of Shakespeare. Submissions (marked "Shakespeare and Japan Special Issue") should be sent to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rshk
Deadline: 28th January 2013.
Enquiries can be made to Deborah Cartmell
CFP: Hitchcock's Children (working title)
The New York Trilogy and the American Metropolis
A two day conference at the University of Northampton (UK), 29th and 30th June 2012, in collaboration with the UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies and Critical Engagements journal
We have extended our deadline for our fourth issue of manycinemas (topic LOVE in non-romantic films). Please send us your proposal until 15/03/2012.
We are especially looking for articles on
- African Cinema
- Asian Cinema: Japan, Korea, Thailand, etc.
- and our rubric Beyond the screen seeks for an interesting article which is loosely connected to film like theater, music, dance, performance, visual culture, comic, graphic novels...
Please send your proposal to manycinemas
Helen Staufer and Michael Christopher
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Russell Berman (Stanford University)
How do various systems of authority (e.g. literary, political, sexual, cultural, economic, linguistic) seek to control individuals, groups, or cultural movements? How do individuals, groups, or cultural movements engage in resistance to subjection?
2012 PAMLA Special Topics Session. "The Art of Translation --Spanish & English. The Re-creation of A Literary Text" (19-21 Oct., Seattle)
In recent years we have witnessed a substantial recognition and a clear academic conceptualization of the literary translation and the way translators deal with the cultural and linguistic nuances that surround a literary text. Papers for this session will focus on shifts in the field with particular attention to the role of the literary translator in the process of restructuring and redefining translation as a solid scholarly discipline.
Editors Andrea Wood, PhD and Brandy Schillace, PhD would like to encourage article submissions to an upcoming book collection.
This session welcomes proposals on any aspect of 19th C American literature, but especially those theorizing representations of illness and medicine. We invite papers that address autobiography, fiction, philosophy, poetry, diaries, and science writing. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
--madness and mental illness
--the home, hospital, and asylum
--the wounded body or soul
--pathographies, case studies, patient-authored narratives
--nurse-roles and healthcare
This panel invites papers that address the significance of the weather in modernist works (literature, film, visual art). How does the weather become a particularly modernist concern? What are the stakes of weather prediction, anticipated in the early part of the twentieth century? How are meteorological events forecast, observed, described, and interpreted? How might weather structure coordinates of knowledge and time? How does the weather negotiate the terrain of the ordinary and the spectacular?