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UPDATE: Symposium: An Undergraduate Conference (undergrad) (12/22/06; 3/30/07-3/31/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Nicholas K Kupensky

"Symposium: An Undergraduate Conference"
March 30-31, 2007
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania

CALL FOR PAPERS
What is Love? A crowd of glassy-eyed Greek philosophers famously tackle
this elusive topic in Plato's Symposium, but in the ensuing two-thousand
years, perspectives have changed. The Comparative Humanities Review is now
accepting papers for Symposium: An Undergraduate Conference that examine
Plato's Symposium and its afterlives in multiple disciplines. Submissions
should be comparative in nature and written while the student is/was an
undergraduate. Panels will be chaired by Bucknell faculty and organized
into the following sessions:

CFP: Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market (6/20/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Michael Friedman

Call for Essays
Shakespeare Bulletin - Special Issue
Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market

            Shakespeare Bulletin, a journal of performance criticism and
scholarship incorporating the Shakespeare on Film Newsletter, announces
a special issue devoted to Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen
Market. Essays should address questions concerning the transformation
of Shakespeare's plays from their textual incarnations to cinematic and
video renderings designed for teenage audiences. Subjects that might be
addressed in such essays include:

                        The definition of a Shakespearean teen film
adaptation

CFP: Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market (6/20/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Michael Friedman

Call for Essays
Shakespeare Bulletin - Special Issue
Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market

            Shakespeare Bulletin, a journal of performance criticism and
scholarship incorporating the Shakespeare on Film Newsletter, announces
a special issue devoted to Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen
Market. Essays should address questions concerning the transformation
of Shakespeare's plays from their textual incarnations to cinematic and
video renderings designed for teenage audiences. Subjects that might be
addressed in such essays include:

                        The definition of a Shakespearean teen film
adaptation

CFP: Cassola Conference on Teaching Communication (12/15/06; 4/13/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Wendy Wagner

The Cassola Conference Committee is accepting proposal for this year's
conference entitled "Controversy and Communication," to be held April
13, 2007 at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI. This year's
keynote speaker is Cherry Arnold, producer of the documentary film
"Buddy," about former Providence mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci.=20

CFP: Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market (6/20/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Michael Friedman

Call for Essays
Shakespeare Bulletin - Special Issue
Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market

            Shakespeare Bulletin, a journal of performance criticism and
scholarship incorporating the Shakespeare on Film Newsletter, announces
a special issue devoted to Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen
Market. Essays should address questions concerning the transformation
of Shakespeare's plays from their textual incarnations to cinematic and
video renderings designed for teenage audiences. Subjects that might be
addressed in such essays include:

                        The definition of a Shakespearean teen film
adaptation

CFP: Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market (6/20/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Michael Friedman

Call for Essays
Shakespeare Bulletin - Special Issue
Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen Market

            Shakespeare Bulletin, a journal of performance criticism and
scholarship incorporating the Shakespeare on Film Newsletter, announces
a special issue devoted to Shakespearean Screen Adaptations for the Teen
Market. Essays should address questions concerning the transformation
of Shakespeare's plays from their textual incarnations to cinematic and
video renderings designed for teenage audiences. Subjects that might be
addressed in such essays include:

                        The definition of a Shakespearean teen film
adaptation

CFP: Hauntology, or Spectral Space (2/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
t mical

Public Domain, Inc. is pleased to announce the call for PERFORATIONS 29.
Guest editor for this issue will be Dr. Thomas Mical, Carleton University
School of Architecture.
As usual with perforations, deadlines are somewhat fluid but please notify
Thomas Mical or Robert Cheatham of your intent by February 15 2007 in order
to be included in the release notification.

Article length is at your discretion. Experimental hypertexts are especially
welcome. Other forms of media, video, etc., may have length restrictions,
please cc media editor Chea Prince or technical editor, Jim Demmers.
If you have any questions please query one of the editors.
     -------------------------------------

CFP: Hauntology, or Spectral Space (2/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
t mical

Public Domain, Inc. is pleased to announce the call for PERFORATIONS 29.
Guest editor for this issue will be Dr. Thomas Mical, Carleton University
School of Architecture.
As usual with perforations, deadlines are somewhat fluid but please notify
Thomas Mical or Robert Cheatham of your intent by February 15 2007 in order
to be included in the release notification.

Article length is at your discretion. Experimental hypertexts are especially
welcome. Other forms of media, video, etc., may have length restrictions,
please cc media editor Chea Prince or technical editor, Jim Demmers.
If you have any questions please query one of the editors.
     -------------------------------------

CFP: Hauntology, or Spectral Space (2/15/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
t mical

Public Domain, Inc. is pleased to announce the call for PERFORATIONS 29.
Guest editor for this issue will be Dr. Thomas Mical, Carleton University
School of Architecture.
As usual with perforations, deadlines are somewhat fluid but please notify
Thomas Mical or Robert Cheatham of your intent by February 15 2007 in order
to be included in the release notification.

Article length is at your discretion. Experimental hypertexts are especially
welcome. Other forms of media, video, etc., may have length restrictions,
please cc media editor Chea Prince or technical editor, Jim Demmers.
If you have any questions please query one of the editors.
     -------------------------------------

CFP: The Development of Rhetoric (South Africa) (1/31/07; 6/21/07-6/23/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
doxtader_at_rhetoricaltheory.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Seventh Biennial Symposium of the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
21-23 June 2007

The Development of Rhetoric

>From 21st to the 23rd of June 2007, the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa will host its Seventh Biennial Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa.

CFP: The Development of Rhetoric (South Africa) (1/31/07; 6/21/07-6/23/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
doxtader_at_rhetoricaltheory.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Seventh Biennial Symposium of the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
21-23 June 2007

The Development of Rhetoric

>From 21st to the 23rd of June 2007, the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa will host its Seventh Biennial Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa.

CFP: The Development of Rhetoric (South Africa) (1/31/07; 6/21/07-6/23/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
doxtader_at_rhetoricaltheory.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Seventh Biennial Symposium of the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
21-23 June 2007

The Development of Rhetoric

>From 21st to the 23rd of June 2007, the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa will host its Seventh Biennial Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa.

CFP: The Development of Rhetoric (South Africa) (1/31/07; 6/21/07-6/23/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
doxtader_at_rhetoricaltheory.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Seventh Biennial Symposium of the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
21-23 June 2007

The Development of Rhetoric

>From 21st to the 23rd of June 2007, the Association for Rhetoric and Communication in Southern Africa will host its Seventh Biennial Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa.

CFP: Re-examining Migration (1/10/07; ALA, 5/24/07-5/27/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Nash, Will

The African-American Literature and Culture Society invites proposals
related to the following topic, for a session at the American Literature
Association meetings in Boston [May 24-27, 2007].

=20

Re-examining Migration

In recent years, historians like Darlene Clark Hine have called for a
more nuanced look at African American experiences with migration,
highlighting issues such as gender and geography as important focus
points. How have African-American writers responded to this call? What
new types of concerns or themes emerge in contemporary representations
of migration?

=20

 Please send 1-2 page proposals by January 10th to

=20

William R. Nash

CFP: Re-examining Migration (1/10/07; ALA, 5/24/07-5/27/07)

updated: 
Saturday, December 9, 2006 - 10:46pm
Nash, Will

The African-American Literature and Culture Society invites proposals
related to the following topic, for a session at the American Literature
Association meetings in Boston [May 24-27, 2007].

=20

Re-examining Migration

In recent years, historians like Darlene Clark Hine have called for a
more nuanced look at African American experiences with migration,
highlighting issues such as gender and geography as important focus
points. How have African-American writers responded to this call? What
new types of concerns or themes emerge in contemporary representations
of migration?

=20

 Please send 1-2 page proposals by January 10th to

=20

William R. Nash

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