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CFP: Darwin & the Evolution/"Intelligent Design" Aftermath (11/1/07; Film & History, 10/30/07-11/2/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
keith wheelock

Call for Papers

Darwin & the Evolution/"Intelligent Design" Aftermath AREA

2008 Film & History Conference

"Film& Science: Fictions, Documentaries, and Beyond"

October 30 -November 2, 2008

Chicago, IL

 <http://www.filmandhistory.org/> www.filmandhistory.org

First-Round Deadline: November 1, 2007

 

AREA: Darwin & the Evolution/"Intelligent Design" Aftermath

 

CFP: Darwin &amp; the Evolution/&quot;Intelligent Design&quot; Aftermath (11/1/07; Film &amp; History, 10/30/07-11/2/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
keith wheelock

Call for Papers

Darwin & the Evolution/"Intelligent Design" Aftermath AREA

2008 Film & History Conference

"Film& Science: Fictions, Documentaries, and Beyond"

October 30 -November 2, 2008

Chicago, IL

 <http://www.filmandhistory.org/> www.filmandhistory.org

First-Round Deadline: November 1, 2007

 

AREA: Darwin & the Evolution/"Intelligent Design" Aftermath

 

CFP: H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy (UK) (11/6/07; 9/28/07-9/29/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
JAMES S.J.

H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy

The H. G. Wells Society Annual Conference, Imperial College/Conway Hall,
London, 28-29 September 2007

 

Proposals for 20-minute papers, or for panels of 2-3 papers, are invited
for this year's H. G. Wells Society Annual conference. The conference
will be hosted by both Imperial College, London (on the 28 September)
and by Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London (on the 29 September). The
first day of the event will include a plenary lecture by the science
fiction writer, Stephen Baxter.

CFP: H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy (UK) (11/6/07; 9/28/07-9/29/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
JAMES S.J.

H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy

The H. G. Wells Society Annual Conference, Imperial College/Conway Hall,
London, 28-29 September 2007

 

Proposals for 20-minute papers, or for panels of 2-3 papers, are invited
for this year's H. G. Wells Society Annual conference. The conference
will be hosted by both Imperial College, London (on the 28 September)
and by Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London (on the 29 September). The
first day of the event will include a plenary lecture by the science
fiction writer, Stephen Baxter.

CFP: H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy (UK) (11/6/07; 9/28/07-9/29/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
JAMES S.J.

H. G. Wells, Science and Philosophy

The H. G. Wells Society Annual Conference, Imperial College/Conway Hall,
London, 28-29 September 2007

 

Proposals for 20-minute papers, or for panels of 2-3 papers, are invited
for this year's H. G. Wells Society Annual conference. The conference
will be hosted by both Imperial College, London (on the 28 September)
and by Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London (on the 29 September). The
first day of the event will include a plenary lecture by the science
fiction writer, Stephen Baxter.

CFP: Christianity in Culture and Literature (1/15/08; online journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
mhorn3_at_kent.edu

Dulia et Latria (roughly translated as service to man and service to
God) is an online journal dedicated to exploring dulia and latria
within the Christian faith. In his late 14th century Tractatus de
Mandatis Divinis, John Wycliffe, writing against iconic idolatry within
the Catholic church, defined dulia as the reverence men and women owe
to each other and latria as the reverence a man or woman owes only to
God. He was interested in developing a taxonomy for and an analysis of
duties involved in the horizontal relationship between created beings
themselves and the vertical relationship between the created and the
creator, and so are we. With our journal we wish to showcase current and

CFP: Christianity in Culture and Literature (1/15/08; online journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:36pm
mhorn3_at_kent.edu

Dulia et Latria (roughly translated as service to man and service to
God) is an online journal dedicated to exploring dulia and latria
within the Christian faith. In his late 14th century Tractatus de
Mandatis Divinis, John Wycliffe, writing against iconic idolatry within
the Catholic church, defined dulia as the reverence men and women owe
to each other and latria as the reverence a man or woman owes only to
God. He was interested in developing a taxonomy for and an analysis of
duties involved in the horizontal relationship between created beings
themselves and the vertical relationship between the created and the
creator, and so are we. With our journal we wish to showcase current and

CFP: Fat Studies (4/14/07; MPCA, 10/12/07-10/14/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Sarah Boslaugh

Proposals and abstracts for papers and sessions in the
field of Fat Studies are sought for the Midwest
Popular Culture Association annual convention, to be
held Oct. 12-14 2007 in Kansas City, MO.

Send proposals, abstracts and requests for further
information to Sarah Boslaugh at sboslaugh_at_yahoo.com.

Fat Studies is a fast-growing, interdisciplinary field
and proposals from any field of study are welcome. At
MPCA 2006 we had three full panels, with presentations
on widely varied topics including Ben Jonson's poetry,
comic book villains, celebrity exercise videos, BMI
testing in schools, eating disorders in prisons, and
the relationship between obesity and academic
achievement.

CFP: Fat Studies (4/14/07; MPCA, 10/12/07-10/14/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Sarah Boslaugh

Proposals and abstracts for papers and sessions in the
field of Fat Studies are sought for the Midwest
Popular Culture Association annual convention, to be
held Oct. 12-14 2007 in Kansas City, MO.

Send proposals, abstracts and requests for further
information to Sarah Boslaugh at sboslaugh_at_yahoo.com.

Fat Studies is a fast-growing, interdisciplinary field
and proposals from any field of study are welcome. At
MPCA 2006 we had three full panels, with presentations
on widely varied topics including Ben Jonson's poetry,
comic book villains, celebrity exercise videos, BMI
testing in schools, eating disorders in prisons, and
the relationship between obesity and academic
achievement.

CFP: Renaissance Drama in Performance (4/16/07; M/MLA, 11/8/07-11/11/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Nunn,Hillary M

This panel for the Midwest Modern Language Association conference seeks
papers on English literature and its intersections with science and
medicine prior to 1800 for the annual meeting to be held in Cleveland,
Ohio (November 8, 2007 -November 11, 2007). "Renaissance Drama in
Performance: Early Modern Realities, Modern Productions" invites papers
that explore modern stage and film enactments of early modern dramatic
texts, both Shakespearean and non-Shakespearean. How do these
productions broaden and/or limit our understandings of playtexts and
their meanings? How do today's performances influence our perceptions of
the realities governing the contexts in which early modern plays were

CFP: Renaissance Drama in Performance (4/16/07; M/MLA, 11/8/07-11/11/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Nunn,Hillary M

This panel for the Midwest Modern Language Association conference seeks
papers on English literature and its intersections with science and
medicine prior to 1800 for the annual meeting to be held in Cleveland,
Ohio (November 8, 2007 -November 11, 2007). "Renaissance Drama in
Performance: Early Modern Realities, Modern Productions" invites papers
that explore modern stage and film enactments of early modern dramatic
texts, both Shakespearean and non-Shakespearean. How do these
productions broaden and/or limit our understandings of playtexts and
their meanings? How do today's performances influence our perceptions of
the realities governing the contexts in which early modern plays were

CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English (Slovakia) (6/5/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Jaroslav Kusnir

 CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English
(Slovakia) (6/05/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

Department of English Language and Literature

Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences

University of Pre¹ov at Pre¹ov, Slovakia

European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies
(EACLALS)

International Conference (and Post-Graduate Seminar) on

POST-COLONIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

Pre¹ov, Slovakia, June 8-9, 2007

 Keynote Lectures: Pétér Szaffkó, University of Debrecen, Hungary
                                David Callahan, University of Aveiro,
Portugal

CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English (Slovakia) (6/5/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Jaroslav Kusnir

 CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English
(Slovakia) (6/05/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

Department of English Language and Literature

Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences

University of Pre¹ov at Pre¹ov, Slovakia

European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies
(EACLALS)

International Conference (and Post-Graduate Seminar) on

POST-COLONIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

Pre¹ov, Slovakia, June 8-9, 2007

 Keynote Lectures: Pétér Szaffkó, University of Debrecen, Hungary
                                David Callahan, University of Aveiro,
Portugal

CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English (Slovakia) (6/5/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Jaroslav Kusnir

 CFP: Post-Colonial Transformations in the New Literatures in English
(Slovakia) (6/05/07; 6/8/07-6/9/07)

Department of English Language and Literature

Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences

University of Pre¹ov at Pre¹ov, Slovakia

European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies
(EACLALS)

International Conference (and Post-Graduate Seminar) on

POST-COLONIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH

Pre¹ov, Slovakia, June 8-9, 2007

 Keynote Lectures: Pétér Szaffkó, University of Debrecen, Hungary
                                David Callahan, University of Aveiro,
Portugal

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