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CFP: Musics, Theories, Practices: Focus on South Africa (South Africa) (4/30/07; 8/23/07-8/25/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:51pm
Marianne Feenstra

The first congress of the South African Society for Research in Music =
(founded 2006) is to be held at the University of the Free State, =
Bloemfontein, South Africa, from 23 - 25 August 2007, with the theme =
"Musics, theories, practices: Focus on South Africa". Researchers into =
South African music are hereby invited to submit proposals for =
presentations. These may be in the form of 20-minute papers, joint =
20-minute presentations, or poster displays. Proposals should be =
approximately 300 words, and be accompanied by a curriculum vitae of the =
presenter/s. Topics that do not directly address the congress focus will =
also be considered for inclusion. The closing date for submissions is 30 =

UPDATE: Linguistics (5/15/07; Heinlein, 7/6/07-7/8/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:51pm
Lisa N. D'Amico

  Call for Papers
   
  Submission deadline extended to May 15, 2007
   
  We invite abstracts for papers, roundtable discussions, and presentation/lectures on any topic related to linguistics and its representation in the works of novelist and futurist Robert A. Heinlein.
   
  Heinlein demonstrates a particular interest in languages throughout his numerous short stories and novels, even coining new words and dialects, such as "grok" from _Stranger in a Strange Land_ and the distinctive Moonie dialect spoken in _The Moon is a Harsh Mistress_.
   
  Papers on any topics related to linguistics are welcome. Suggested topics include (but are not limited to):
   
  --The language of Martians

UPDATE: SAMLA all areas (5/1/07; 11/9/07-11/11/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:51pm
Weiss, Katherine

Deadline Extended: May 1, 2007

Call for papers:

South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA)
Convention
November 9-11, 2007
Renaissance Hotel Downtown, Atlanta

Deadline for proposals: April 15, 2007

Poster Presentations

We invite proposals for poster presentations in any
area. Proposals should explicate the researched topic.
Author/s are encouraged, but not required to explain
how their research will manifest itself in the poster
presentation.

Some examples of how a poster presentation may be
utilized for our disciplines are:

CFP: Science and Humanities (9/1/07; 10/17/07-10/19/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:51pm
Dr. Blake G. Hobby

Science and the Humanities
 
UNC-Asheville
www.unca.edu
 
Deadline for Submissions: Sept. 1, 2007
Conference Dates: Oct. 17-19, 2007
 
The University of North Carolina at Asheville will sponsor a conference on
"Science and the Humanities" October 17 through 19 in Asheville, North
Carolina. The deadline for submission of abstracts is Sept. 1, 2007. Papers
will be strictly limited to twenty minutes. The conference encourages
papers and proposals from professors, graduate students, and undergraduates,
including proposals of collaborative work between professors and students.
Please send proposals and/or abstracts by Sept. 1, 2007 to:
 

CFP: Science and Humanities (9/1/07; 10/17/07-10/19/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:51pm
Dr. Blake G. Hobby

Science and the Humanities
 
UNC-Asheville
www.unca.edu
 
Deadline for Submissions: Sept. 1, 2007
Conference Dates: Oct. 17-19, 2007
 
The University of North Carolina at Asheville will sponsor a conference on
"Science and the Humanities" October 17 through 19 in Asheville, North
Carolina. The deadline for submission of abstracts is Sept. 1, 2007. Papers
will be strictly limited to twenty minutes. The conference encourages
papers and proposals from professors, graduate students, and undergraduates,
including proposals of collaborative work between professors and students.
Please send proposals and/or abstracts by Sept. 1, 2007 to:
 

UPDATE: Theology and Religion in Robert A. Heinlein (5/15/07; Heinlein, 7/6/07-7/8/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:50pm
Lisa N. D'Amico

    Call for Papers
   
  Robert A. Heinlein Centennial Event and Academic Conference
  July 6-8, 2007
  Kansas City, MO
   
  Submission deadline extended to May 15, 2007
   
  We invite abstracts for papers, roundtable discussions, and presentation/lectures on any topic related to the representation of theological and religious matters in the works of novelist and futurist Robert A. Heinlein.
   
  Heinlein achieved fame (or perhaps infamy) with his controversial depictions of various religions, real and imaginary. Was he an atheist, an agnostic, or a true believer whose "impatience with human institutions" forced him to mock the institution while still honoring what it stood for?
   

UPDATE: Theology and Religion in Robert A. Heinlein (5/15/07; Heinlein, 7/6/07-7/8/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:50pm
Lisa N. D'Amico

    Call for Papers
   
  Robert A. Heinlein Centennial Event and Academic Conference
  July 6-8, 2007
  Kansas City, MO
   
  Submission deadline extended to May 15, 2007
   
  We invite abstracts for papers, roundtable discussions, and presentation/lectures on any topic related to the representation of theological and religious matters in the works of novelist and futurist Robert A. Heinlein.
   
  Heinlein achieved fame (or perhaps infamy) with his controversial depictions of various religions, real and imaginary. Was he an atheist, an agnostic, or a true believer whose "impatience with human institutions" forced him to mock the institution while still honoring what it stood for?
   

UPDATE: Theology and Religion in Robert A. Heinlein (5/15/07; Heinlein, 7/6/07-7/8/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:50pm
Lisa N. D'Amico

    Call for Papers
   
  Robert A. Heinlein Centennial Event and Academic Conference
  July 6-8, 2007
  Kansas City, MO
   
  Submission deadline extended to May 15, 2007
   
  We invite abstracts for papers, roundtable discussions, and presentation/lectures on any topic related to the representation of theological and religious matters in the works of novelist and futurist Robert A. Heinlein.
   
  Heinlein achieved fame (or perhaps infamy) with his controversial depictions of various religions, real and imaginary. Was he an atheist, an agnostic, or a true believer whose "impatience with human institutions" forced him to mock the institution while still honoring what it stood for?
   

UPDATE: Women's Studies (5/15/07; Heinlein, 7/6/07-7/8/07)

updated: 
Sunday, April 22, 2007 - 6:50pm
Lisa N. D'Amico

    Call for Papers
  Robert A. Heinlein Centennial Event and Academic Conference
  July 6-8, 2007
  Kansas City, MO
   
  Submission deadline extended to May 15, 2007
   

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