Teaching & Learning: How Technology Enhances the Teaching & Learning Process
Taj Mahal Review is published in June and December annually.
Poems and stories may be submitted by all authors, whether first-time or published writers. The poems (maximum 35 lines), essays, short stories, literary articles and reviews (maximum 2500 words) must be in English. Poems with a special layout should be sent by email as an attachment using Microsoft Word.
Haikus may also be submitted. (Maximum 10)
Esperanto Essays and Poems with English translations may also be submitted.
The matter sent for publication must be an original creation of the author. The plagiarised work should not be submitted. Your submission declares that the work is original, and your own.
RMMLA, Boulder, Colorado, October 11-13, 2012 USA invites Abstract/ Full Paper from Teachers, Students, Independent Scholars on Creative Writing on any topic between heaven and earth within March 01,2012. Submit to Dibakar Pal(email@example.com)
The Society for Contemporary Literature invites 300-word abstracts for presentations at the annual conference of the ALA. The program committee welcomes abstracts on any aspect of American literature published in the last 25 years.
As a recently founded society, we are especially interested in discovering significant new contributors to prose, poetry, and other modes of literature. Attention to genre blurring and experimental texts is particularly welcome.
Call for papers for a proposed panel at the PCA/ACA 2012 National Conference in Boston, April 11-14.
The Muppets' clanging theme song, fumbling characters, and vaudeville format might make some viewers think they are watching Bertolt Brecht's Threepenny Opera. The characters are alienated from their roles and present an unfinished front to the audience. The show takes place in a comfortable theater like the Berliner Ensemble, and the use of "real" "fake" characters disrupts the illusion that would generate identification in the same way that Brecht's makeup should create a distance between the characters and the viewer.
The official reaction of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to The Book of Mormon, the musical from Matt Stone and Trey Parker of South Park and Robert Lopez of Avenue Q, consists of a single sentence: "The production may attempt to entertain audiences for an evening, but the The Book of Mormon as a volume of scripture will change people's lives forever by bringing them closer to Christ."
But the musical has done much more than merely attempt to entertain people for an evening: it regularly brings audiences to their feet in a wild ovation at its end, and it earned a whopping 14 Tony nominations, winning in nine of the categories it was nominated in, including "Best Musical."
Deadline: Please send abstracts of 150 words to firstname.lastname@example.org* by January 10th, 2010
We invite paper or panel proposals that examine the life processes and preservation cycles as they intersect with changing realities in the 21st century.
Some possible areas of study include but are not limited to:
·The transformative aspects of genealogy in (de)constructing culture
·Transformation of labor movements in amateur and professional sports
·Metamorphoses: Biological and geological cycles of the Hawaiian Islands
·Appropriation of cultural forms in capitalist systems
·Recycling: re-examining and re-educating our world
Call for Papers: Pedagogies and the Profession
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association
February 8-11, 2012
EXTENDED: Proposal submission deadline - December 15, 2011
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
330 Tijeras Avenue NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
25th Anniversary of Dennis Potter's The Singing Detective
The twenty-fifth anniversary of the original broadcast of the BBC six-part series The Singing Detective, written by Dennis Potter and directed by Jon Amiel, occurs Nov-Dec 2011. As a result of its narrative complexity, generic hybridity and formal experimentation, this series is commonly regarded as a piece of landmark television which inspired and influenced a range of subsequent television drama in the UK and elsewhere.
We humans have always dreamt of overcoming the limitations that nature imposes on us, of acquiring abilities that go far beyond anything currently possible, and of being so strong, clever, and superior that we can achieve anything we want. We've also dreamed of even conquering death. Modern technology, we imagine, will one day grant us everything we have ever dreamt of: superhuman strength, unlimited knowledge and understanding, hitherto unimaginable pleasures, and a life that will extend indefinitely into an increasingly glorious posthuman future.
Please find below a CFP for a special session at the 2012 British Women Writers Conference in Boulder, CO.
"Landmarks in Nineteenth-Century Natural History: Texts and Landscapes"
Conference website: http://thespectrum2012cambridgefrenchgraduateconference.wordpress.com/
Deadline for abstracts Wednesday 29th February 2012
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Dr Jane Hiddleston (University of Oxford)
Professor Michael Moriarty (University of Cambridge)
Professor Clive Scott (University of East Anglia)
A spectrum is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary infinitely within a continuum.
Centre for Studies in Literature, University of Portsmouth
Keynote Speakers: Professor Jay Clayton (Vanderbilt University), Professor Ann Heilmann (University of Hull), Professor Cora Kaplan (Queen Mary, University of London), Professor Lillian Nayder (Bates College) and Professor Gail Turley-Houston (University of New Mexico)
2nd Global Conference
Beauty: Exploring Critical Issues
Friday 21st September – Sunday 23rd September 2012
Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Call for papers:
Papers wanted for a panel on Cult / Horror / Exploitation Cinema
Popular Culture Association of Canada (PCAC)
Please make plans to attend the Second Annual Conference
May 10th-12th, 2012
Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
The Popular Culture Association of Canada promotes scholarly understanding of popular culture, broadly conceived, in Canada and elsewhere. The PCAC invites proposals for papers and/or panels on theories of popular culture, research methods in popular culture, the teaching of popular culture, and any epiphenomena of popular culture, past or present.