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MAPACA: Travel & Tourism Panels; Philadelphia, PA, 11/03/11-11/05/11 (Submissions Due 6/15/11)

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Sunday, April 3, 2011 - 7:49pm
Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association

Travel and Tourism Studies continues to gain popularity as an academic field, in part because of its inter-disciplinary nature. The Travel and Tourism area seeks papers that explore and discuss any aspect of travel and tourism. Topics for this area include, but are not limited to, the following:
- heritage tourism
- travel and gender/race/class
- material culture and tourism
- writing travel
- spatial relations and tourism
- politics and tourism
- personal travel narratives

"Fairy Tales, Myths, and Legends" - the 4th Annual English Graduate Student Conference at Middle Tennessee State University

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Friday, April 1, 2011 - 3:16pm
Middle Tennessee State University English Graduate Student Organization

The English Graduate Student Organization at Middle Tennessee State University is requesting submissions for its 4th Annual MTSU EGSO Conference. The theme of this year's conference is "Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends." Presentations of scholarly research in all areas of literature and literary studies are welcome. Some suggested topics include:

•Children's Literature
•American Literature
•British Literature
•Popular Culture, Folklore, Graphic Novels and Film Studies
•Composition, Rhetoric, Linguistics, and Critical Theory

Abstracts of 300-500 words should be submitted by email to the MTSU EGSO Conference Selection Committee: submissions@mtsuegso.org

[UPDATE] 2nd International Aksit Göktürk Conference: "Myths Revisited"

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Thursday, March 31, 2011 - 5:38am
Istanbul University, Faculty of Letters, Department of English Language and Literature -Turkey

This inter-disciplinary conference seeks to investigate and explore the nature and significance of myth and its impact on diverse fields of art such as literature, drama, film or painting.
To encourage innovative dialogues, we warmly welcome papers from diverse disciplines and professions.

Myths Revisited, 28th-29th November 2011

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Thursday, March 31, 2011 - 5:30am
Istanbul University, Faculty of Letters, Department of English Language and Literature -Turkey

This inter-disciplinary conference seeks to investigate and explore the nature and significance of myth and its impact on diverse fields of art such as literature, drama, film or painting.
To encourage innovative dialogues, we warmly welcome papers from diverse disciplines and professions.

The Life and Work of Bram Stoker

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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - 4:20am
Trinity College Dublin

Bram Stoker loved Trinity College, and spent, arguably, his happiest years here. He was Auditor of the Historical Society and President of the Philosophical Society, and a member of very many College sporting societies. However, despite his vampire creation, Dracula, being world-famous, and in spite of the spate of academic studies of the novel in which he first appeared, Stoker himself remains a figure shrouded in some darkness and his other writings are virtually unknown and ignored by those who have heard of him. A public conference, to be held in Stoker's alma mater in Dublin, where he was born and grew up, will address this large gap.

Tooth and Claw: Shapeshifters in Popular Culture - Essay Collection - abstracts due June 1

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 6:49pm
Margo Collins

This proposed collection seeks essays on any aspect of shapeshifters in film, fiction, online, even architecture. We are interested in essays dealing with any time period or genre. We welcome contributions from all disciplines. Please send 500-word abstracts and 1-page CVs to Margo Collins at collinsm@trine.edu. Deadline for abstract submission: June 1, 2011.

"Cultivating Human-Animal Relations Through Poetic Form" (SAMLA, Nov 4-6, 2011)

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Monday, March 28, 2011 - 7:01am
South Atlantic Modern Language Association

The animals of the world exist for their own reasons. They were not made for humans any more than black people were made for white, or women created for men. –Alice Walker

While we ourselves are the living graves of murdered beasts, how can we expect any ideal conditions on this earth? –George Bernard Shaw

"Cultivating Human-Animal Relations Through Poetic Form" (SAMLA, Nov 4-6, 2011)

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Sunday, March 27, 2011 - 4:17pm
South Atlantic Modern Language Association

The animals of the world exist for their own reasons. They were not made for humans any more than black people were made for white, or women created for men. –Alice Walker

While we ourselves are the living graves of murdered beasts, how can we expect any ideal conditions on this earth? –George Bernard Shaw

READING NATURE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE. MADRID, SPAIN (DEC. 14-16, 2011)

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Saturday, March 26, 2011 - 4:01pm
Department of English Philology II (UCM) - Friends of Thoreau (Franklin Institute UAH)

Environmental disciplines have recently gained prominence due to the potentially devastating consequences of climate change: increasing natural disasters, the greenhouse effect, temperature variations, changing sea levels, etc. Such issues have raised awareness on the necessity for a drastic change in thinking. Ecocriticism—along with other green disciplines dealing with the relationship between society and the environment—places nature as the center of the intellectual debate. As Kate Rigby states, "culture constructs the prism through which we know nature." Reading Nature Conference aims to explore from a critical perspective how such a prism is constructed.

UPDATE -- Textus: Gothic Frontiers. Abstracts by 1 June, 2011

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Saturday, March 26, 2011 - 12:18pm
Francesca Saggini and Glennis Byron

Textus: English Studies in Italy No. 3 – 2012: Gothic Frontiers
Editors: Francesca Saggini (Università della Tuscia) and Glennis Byron (University of Stirling)

This issue of Textus aims to showcase and provide further space for debate and discussion to researchers engaged in exploring, testing and redrawing the expansive frontiers of gothic and its multiple, evolving discourses.

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