The organizers are still accepting proposals for the American Literature II session at this year's convention of the South Central Modern Language Association, to be held in San Antonio, TX, November 8-10, 2012. We are interested in seeing proposals for 15-minute papers on any topic related to American literature since 1900. Potential presenters are encouraged to keep in mind and incorporate this year's conference theme, "Death, Eros & the Literary Enterprise," but this is an open topic panel -- all proposals will be read with interest.
CFP: The Adventures of Tintin (essay collection)
Abstracts are now being accepted for possible inclusion in an anthology on "The Adventures of Tintin." Proposed essay topics should creatively engage with the critical, philosophical, and social issues explored in the Tintin universe and intended to appeal to the intelligent lay reader.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
Travel is an important activity in the Middle Ages, and, therefore, plays a large role in the literature of the period. Pilgrimages, merchant trade, ecclesial and diplomatic missions, etc. are but a few cultural and political activities that involve travel and are described in the many genres of medieval literature. This panel seeks to discuss the various artistic ways travel is described in medieval literature and how we can come to understand, what we can learn and appreciate about the nature and importance of travel in medieval culture. Papers on travel found in any literary genre of this period are most welcome. Please send via email a 300-word proposal by May 30 to Dr.
paj: The Journal of the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture (formerly The Poetess Archive Journal) solicits articles for a special graduate student issue. We welcome a wide range of articles on Digital Humanities theory or practice, including topics such as:
Critical Code Theory
Crowd Sourcing Principles and Practice
Cultural Criticism in DH
OCR Principles and Practice
Project Development and Ideology
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- Prof Massimo Fusilo (Università dell'Aquila)
- Prof Richard Bradford (University of Ulster)
- Prof Marina Grishakova (University of Tartu)
This is a proposed panel for the International Canadian Studies conference "Meeting Places/Lieux de rencontre" organized by Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia & Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, September 18-21, 2013. More information on the conference can be found here: http://www.smu.ca/events/meetingplaces/
Panel: "Nation/hood and Narratives of Place"
Cross-Cultural Studies invites submissions for its 2012 Fall edition.
Cross-Cultural Studies is a refereed multi-disciplinary journal published by Center for Cross-Cultural Studies at Kyung Hee University, Korea. Listed in Korea Citation Index, it seeks to provide a platform for publication of studies in the fields of cultural studies, language, and literature. Our journal welcomes inquiries into a particular culture and language as well as contrastive and comparative studies across different cultures.
Submission Deadline: July 31, 2012.
Manuscript format requirements:
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submit Proposals to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due: March 31 2012
Pairing the interdisciplinary nature of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctoral Programs with the innovation of multimedia storytelling, the PREOCCUPIED 2012 conference offers a platform for academics, activists and artists to challenge the confines of their disciplines: provoking thought, debate, and action on issues that have accelerated to global predominance in light of the recent occupations.
REVISED DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: APRIL 15
Women's Writing in Canada & Québec Today: Alliances/Transgressions/Betrayals
Écritures des femmes au Canada et au Québec aujourd'hui: alliances/transgressions/trahisons
• October 12-14, 2012, The Banff Centre, Alberta
• Spring 2013, Montreal (dates to be confirmed)
Simon Harel, Director of the Department of Comparative Literature, Université de Montréal, and 2009 Trudeau Fellow. email@example.com
Marie Carrière, Director of the Canadian Literature Centre/ Centre de littérature canadienne, University of Alberta. firstname.lastname@example.org
Affiliated with the MLA, the mission of the South Central MLA is to enhance members' involvement in scholarship, teaching, and research in the modern languages and literatures. We welcome new and established scholars from across the US and abroad to join us in promoting emerging approaches to language and literary study.
RHETORIC: Open Topic. This is an open panel, and any proposal related to rhetoric within any discourse (political, cultural, literary, etc.) is welcome. However, the theme Death, Eros, and the Literary Enterprise invites us to place particular emphasis on these themes.
Please submit 250-500 word abstracts to:
Looking to replace a few presenters who have dropped out of the panel - submit an abstract of 250 words on any topic related to British Romanticism to Lindsay Dearinger email@example.com by Friday, March 30th.
International Conference : « The ethics and poetics of genre literature »
March 15-16 2013
Université Paul Valéry- Montpellier 3
Organized by EMMA (Etudes Montpelliéraines du Monde Anglophone)
With the support of the Société de Stylistique Anglaise (SSA)
DEADLINE EXTENDED: NEW DEADLINE: 15 April 2012
CALL FOR PANELS/PAPERS
Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
18-20 October 2012
The Westin Edmonton
Crossings: The Cultures of Global Exchange in the Eighteenth Century
Srinivas Aravamudan, Duke University
David Bell, Princeton University
ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 23 MARCH 2012!
International trans-disciplinary conference focusing on practice and theory of trade policy for small states in the contemporary global economy drawing on the experience and lessons from the Caribbean.
Call for Papers
Caribbean Conference on Trade Policy, Innovation Governance and Small State Competitiveness
11-13 June, 2012
Shridath Ramphal Centre, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados
Modernism often gets a bad rap from defenders of the natural environment: in its connections to industrial modernity, the machine age, and urbanization, its aesthetic projects are often seen in opposition to sustainable ecological practice. This panel aims to complicate such binaries by considering twentieth-century representations of and narratives about the built environment, particularly those that see possibilities for alliances between such constructed spaces and the biotic, nonhuman world. How do built environments force us to re-imagine the spaces of modernity in ways that undo such oppositions as nature/culture, organic/mechanical, green space/brown space?