world literatures and indigenous studies
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEB. 15
We invite submissions to:
Boston University Romance Studies Graduate Conference 2017: Literature on the Verge
April 7-8, 2017
Boston University Photonics Center, Boston, Mass.
Keynote address by Françoise Lionnet, Harvard University
We are seeking essays of about 5000-7000 words for a special issue of Settler Colonial Studies focused on gender. We are interested in individual readings of settler texts through a gendered lens, in historical or cultural studies treatments ofsettlers and gender, or in more theoretical pieces that examine gender and settler colonialism. We are especially interested in pieces that read masculinity, liminal/trans gendered states, or genders in comparison, or that analyze gender in a new way.
While Akda: The Asian Journal of Literature, Culture, Performance seeks to publish cutting-edge scholarship, it also welcomes shorter essays for its section called Perspectives.
Dr. Crystal Sands
ENG-550- Grad Studies of English Language
E.R. Burroughs’ Use of Linguistic Elements
Native American Literature (CEA 48th Annual Conference March 30-April 1, 2017) deadline for submissions: November 1, 2016 full name / name of organization: Benjamin Carson / Bridgewater State University contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CEA 48th Annual Conference
March 30-April 1, 2017 | Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29928
Special Topics Panel(s): Native American Literature
CALL FOR PAPERS
37th Cincinnati Conference on Romance
Languages and Literatures
March 31st – April 1st 2017
Andrea Goulet Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania
Author Eduardo Halfon
Member-organized panel at ACCUTE 2017
Organizers: Christina Turner (University of Toronto) and Evangeline Holtz (University of Toronto)
IGA Postgrads Call for Bloggers
The International Gothic Association postgraduate blog is looking for bloggers!
If you are a graduate student working with any aspect of the Gothic, consider writing us a short blog post. It could relate to your work, or any other Gothic tangent that has taken your interest. Blogs should be a maximum of 600 words; short, snappy and conversational, with the aim of sparking conversation within the IGA community. If you want to write a blog longer than 600 words, we would encourage you to split it into two or more parts, but these are supposed to be informal rather than articles or papers. We are keen to hear from anyone interested in vlogging or podcasts.