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CFP: The 2007 International James Joyce Conference (3/1/07; 6/13/07-6/17/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Molly Hardy

JOYCE IN AUSTIN
 
"Bring a stranger within thy tower." (Ulysses 14.365)
                
The 2007 International James Joyce Conference
Endorsed by the International James Joyce Foundation
The University of Texas at Austin, June 13-17, 2007
 
The 2007 International James Joyce Conference will be hosted by the English
Department at the University of Texas at Austin. The event will feature
plenary presentations and readings by Vicki Mahaffey, Paul Muldoon, Tom
Staley, and Sean Walsh; a round-table discussion with all the plenary
speakers; panels on Samuel Beckett‚s letters (Lois Overbeck and Martha
Fehsenfeld), Elizabeth Bowen (Elizabeth Cullingford), Tom Stoppard (Ira

CFP: Collection on Fight Club (3/30/07; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Nilges, Mathias

We are seeking contributions to a collection on Fight Club, welcoming
articles that examine the novel and/or the film, as well as critical
examinations of their interrelation.
        Opinions regarding David Fincher's 1999 filmic adaptation of Chuck
Palahniuk's 1996 novel Fight Club differ widely, raging from from
students remarking that, "this is a movie that poignantly and accurately
voices some of the major existential concerns of the postmodern
generation," to critical castigation that bashes Fight Club as, "a film
without a single redeeming quality, which may have to find its audience
in Hell." Fincher's film has become a widespread popular cultural

CFP: Collection on Fight Club (3/30/07; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Nilges, Mathias

We are seeking contributions to a collection on Fight Club, welcoming
articles that examine the novel and/or the film, as well as critical
examinations of their interrelation.
        Opinions regarding David Fincher's 1999 filmic adaptation of Chuck
Palahniuk's 1996 novel Fight Club differ widely, raging from from
students remarking that, "this is a movie that poignantly and accurately
voices some of the major existential concerns of the postmodern
generation," to critical castigation that bashes Fight Club as, "a film
without a single redeeming quality, which may have to find its audience
in Hell." Fincher's film has become a widespread popular cultural

CFP: Collection on Fight Club (3/30/07; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Nilges, Mathias

We are seeking contributions to a collection on Fight Club, welcoming
articles that examine the novel and/or the film, as well as critical
examinations of their interrelation.
        Opinions regarding David Fincher's 1999 filmic adaptation of Chuck
Palahniuk's 1996 novel Fight Club differ widely, raging from from
students remarking that, "this is a movie that poignantly and accurately
voices some of the major existential concerns of the postmodern
generation," to critical castigation that bashes Fight Club as, "a film
without a single redeeming quality, which may have to find its audience
in Hell." Fincher's film has become a widespread popular cultural

CFP: Expression, Suppression, and Censorship (6/1/07; 9/21/07-9/22/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Jordan Berard

THIRD ANNUAL UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ENGLISH GRADUATE CONFERENCE
 
"Art Made Tongue-Tied By Authority": Expression, Suppression, and Censorship
 
Conference date: Friday September 21 ­ Saturday September 22, 2007
Place: Department of English, University of Ottawa
Deadline for proposals: June 1, 2007
Contact: uottawa.conference_at_gmail.com
 
According to playwright Eugene O'Neill, "Censorship of anything, at any
time, in any place, on whatever pretence, has always been and always will be
the last resort of the boob and the bigot." Censorship continues to be a
major impediment to freedom of speech in literature, music, and visual and

CFP: Expression, Suppression, and Censorship (6/1/07; 9/21/07-9/22/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Jordan Berard

THIRD ANNUAL UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ENGLISH GRADUATE CONFERENCE
 
"Art Made Tongue-Tied By Authority": Expression, Suppression, and Censorship
 
Conference date: Friday September 21 ­ Saturday September 22, 2007
Place: Department of English, University of Ottawa
Deadline for proposals: June 1, 2007
Contact: uottawa.conference_at_gmail.com
 
According to playwright Eugene O'Neill, "Censorship of anything, at any
time, in any place, on whatever pretence, has always been and always will be
the last resort of the boob and the bigot." Censorship continues to be a
major impediment to freedom of speech in literature, music, and visual and

CFP: Expression, Suppression, and Censorship (6/1/07; 9/21/07-9/22/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Jordan Berard

THIRD ANNUAL UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ENGLISH GRADUATE CONFERENCE
 
"Art Made Tongue-Tied By Authority": Expression, Suppression, and Censorship
 
Conference date: Friday September 21 ­ Saturday September 22, 2007
Place: Department of English, University of Ottawa
Deadline for proposals: June 1, 2007
Contact: uottawa.conference_at_gmail.com
 
According to playwright Eugene O'Neill, "Censorship of anything, at any
time, in any place, on whatever pretence, has always been and always will be
the last resort of the boob and the bigot." Censorship continues to be a
major impediment to freedom of speech in literature, music, and visual and

CFP: Expression, Suppression, and Censorship (6/1/07; 9/21/07-9/22/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Jordan Berard

THIRD ANNUAL UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ENGLISH GRADUATE CONFERENCE
 
"Art Made Tongue-Tied By Authority": Expression, Suppression, and Censorship
 
Conference date: Friday September 21 ­ Saturday September 22, 2007
Place: Department of English, University of Ottawa
Deadline for proposals: June 1, 2007
Contact: uottawa.conference_at_gmail.com
 
According to playwright Eugene O'Neill, "Censorship of anything, at any
time, in any place, on whatever pretence, has always been and always will be
the last resort of the boob and the bigot." Censorship continues to be a
major impediment to freedom of speech in literature, music, and visual and

UPDATE: Literary Pedagogy for Myth, Magic, Ritual, Religion (3/15/07; MLA '07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
Roberta Sabbath

A Special Session is proposed for the MLA 2007
conference in Chicago.

"Reading the Wind: Literary Pedagogy for Myth, Magic,
Ritual, Spirituality, Religion in African, Middle
Eastern, Asian, trans-American Texts" explores
alternatives to post-colonial, Lacanian, and
post-structuralist readings.

Panelists are welcomed who can address the
supersensible dimension of a specific work from the
above geographic areas using its spiritual, religious,
cosmological, or philosophical context.

CFP: Literature and Psychology (3/15/07; SCMLA, 11/1/07-11/3/07)

updated: 
Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:12pm
John Morris

     Interested individuals are encouraged to submit 500-word abstracts =
or completed papers to the Literature and Psychology session at the =
South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA) Conference to be held =
1-3 November 2007 in Memphis, Tennessee.
     The session is open topic; papers addressing any and all issues =
pertinent to the intersection between literature and psychology will be =
considered.
     If interested, please send a 500-word abstract or the completed =
paper to John G. Morris, Professor of English, Cameron University, 2800 =
W. Gore Blvd., Lawton, OK 73505. If you prefer you may send either the =

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