"Crossing Borders/Creating Worlds," is the special topic of an on-line volume of the Rocky Mountain Review (the journal of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association), to be published in Summer 2012.
Deadline: 18 February 2012
Alphaville seeks additional articles for its in-progress third issue, devoted to sound, voice and music in cinema. The issue editors (Jessica Shine, Danijela Kulezic-Wilson and Christopher Morris) are interested in papers that examine the themes of sound, voice and music either in the context of specific films, bodies of work, directors, composers etc., or, more broadly, in relation to contemporary or historical cinematic practice, theory and aesthetics. Possible topics may include but are not limited to:
This interdisciplinary conference on the work of the poet and artist David Jones (1895-1974) seeks to explore Jones's cultural theory, and how his creative works confront the concerns of modern culture through artifice. The topic allows for an investigation of Jones's entire output, including his wood and copper engravings, paintings and drawings, poetry, essays, and painted inscriptions. An exhibition of Jones's major book illustrations will accompany this conference, and any proposals on this aspect of his work will be of particular interest. Submit twenty minute paper proposals (250 words max.) by January 15, 2012 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ninth Biennial Southern Women Writers Conference
Berry College, Rome,GA
September 20-23, 2012
Full slate of featured speakers TBA
Since its inception in 1994, the Southern Women Writers Conference has been devoted to showcasing the works of well-known and emerging U.S. southern women writers, expanding the literary canon, and developing critical and theoretical understandings of the tradition of southern women's writing.
Arcadia is looking for fiction, poetry, and short plays for its upcoming Spring issue. If you have something good, send it our way. Complete guidelines and online submission manager can be found at our website (www.arcadiamagazine.org).
This special session for the 2012 PAMLA Conference seeks papers that address constructions, representations, and interpretations of dreams and dreamlike states. What extent do we have control over our dreams? What is the purpose of dreaming, if such purpose exists? What of other, dream-like altered states of consciousness?
This session welcomes papers from across the disciplines. Please use the PAMLA 2012 site to submit a proposal before Saturday, March 31, 2012.
Call For Papers: ASA 2012 (November 15-18, San Juan)
The Sixties, Fifty Years Later
Grant Morrison and the Superhero Renaissance
14-15 September 2012
Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin
CALL FOR PAPERS
CFP: ART & MUSIC in DOCUMENTARY
WIDE SCREEN SPECIAL ISSUE
EDITOR: VEENA HARIHARAN
New deadline for paper submission: Feb 5 2012
The Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature seeks papers exploring Midwestern literary naturalism for a panel at the SSML's 42nd Annual Symposium, held on May 10-12, 2012 at Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI.
We welcome papers examining naturalism that is located in the Midwest or written by Midwestern authors. We would like to address a wide swath of Midwestern literary naturalism and therefore welcome proposals that consider turn-of-the-century novels and stories, mid-twentieth century proletarian naturalism, or later naturalist-inflected texts. This panel will be especially interested in papers establishing, investigating, or denying a regionalized version of literary naturalism.
Exploring I–Lands: Borders, Identity and Myth
The University of Virginia Department of English Graduate Conference
March 16-18, 2012
Visit the Conference Website: http://pages.shanti.virginia.edu/12EngGradConference
The deadline to submit to the 14th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference has been extended to January 19, 2012. Please see our updated CFP below:
Marxist Reading Group, University of Florida
Keynote Speaker: Rosemary Hennessy
University of Florida, March 15-17, 2012
Graduate students are hybrid creatures in academia: we are both educators and students, innovators and learners. As we strive to master the foundational knowledges of our disciplines, we also challenge preconceptions, explore neglected or newly discovered areas, rethink our assumptions; ultimately, we create new knowledge.
This year, the Virginia Tech English Graduate Student Organization (EGSO) warmly invites our colleagues from all disciplines to share the ways in which they are revising, reforming, and recreating accepted disciplinary knowledge to form the next generation of scholarship. We welcome interdisciplinary approaches and also encourage proposals from traditional humanities.
Special Topics Session: "Subverting and Perverting: Bad Grrls in Fiction"
This special topics session is a follow up to a successful roundtable at the annual 2010 MELUS conference in Scranton, PA; the 2010 roundtable was inspired by poet-writer Marilyn Chin's _Revenge of the Mooncake Vixen_. In this novel, or book of tales, Chin's Chinese-American twin female protagonists subvert the dominant expectations of gender and sexuality. I am interested in paper proposals that examine the works of contemporary women writers who raise questions about gender and sexuality within and across various ethnicities.