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CFP: [20th] Tolkien at Kalamazoo (9/15/07; 5-8-11-08)

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:59pm
Robin Anne Reid

Tolkien at Kalamazoo will be offering six sponsored sessions at the 43rd
International Congress of Medieval Studies. Proposals are sought for the
following sessions and roundtables:
I. Teaching Tolkien (roundtable)

II. Style and Re/Vision in Tolkien (paper session)

III. Tolkien's Monsters (paper session)

IV. The Children of Húrin (roundtable)

V. Religions and Philosophies in Tolkien (paper session)

VI. Tolkien and New Media (paper session)

UPDATE: [Medieval] Bar Ilan University, Israel

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:49pm
Dr. danielle gurevitch

comparative Literature (mainly Enlgland and france),multicultural
Disciplines, History

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Received on Thu Aug 02 2007 - 09:49:30 EDT

CFP: [Children] JCL (Children's Literature Association of India - Journal July 2008 Issue; 30 March 2008

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:37pm
Anto Thomas Chakramakkil

July 2008 Issue of the Biannual Journal of the Children's Literature
focuses on studies in Asian Children's Literature. We welcome articles
(in English)on Asian children's literature of any category.
1. Articles from the scholars residing in Asian countries on their
respective children's literature.
2. Anyone interested in the subject can focus on the writings of authors
of Asian origin that write residing outside Asia, for example, Asian-
American literature .
They can be submitted as email word attachment file to info_at_claiindia.org
on or before 30 March 2008. Articles for consideration shoulf conform to
MLA Handbook style. While submitting articles use double space throughout

CFP: [Medieval] Sworn Brotherhood in Medieval Literature (9/15/07; Kalamazoo, May 8-11, 2008)

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:34pm
Robert Stretter

Sworn Brotherhood in Medieval Literature (9/15/07; Kalamazoo, May 8-11,

Call for Papers for the 43rd Int’l Congress on Medieval Studies,
Kalamazoo, MI, May 8-11, 2008

This panel focuses on the representation of sworn or “wed” brotherhood in
medieval literary texts and invites papers on such topics as:

CFP: [Collections] Origins of English Literary Modernism

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:31pm
Gregory F. Tague

Academica Press, LLC (Bethesda, MD; Palo Alto, CA; Dublin and Oxford) is
pleased to announce a call for essays to be included in an edited
collection entitled: Origins of Literary Modernism in England.

CFP: [Collections] For Publication; St. John's University Humanities Review (10/01/07;11/15/07)

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 1:08pm
Stephen Pasqualina

CFP: For Publication (10/01/07; 11/15/07)

The St. John's University Humanities Review is looking for original essays and book reviews no more
than 10 pages in length. Please send critical essays on topics including art, philosophy, poetry, or
prose or book reviews to stephen.pasqualina03_at_stjohns.edu. Submissions may be accepted based
on topic originality, writing quality, space and timeliness.

CFP: [Gender Studies] Womenâs Performances in Transnational Migration

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 11:48am
Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru

Paper proposals are accepted for a section entitled "Women’s
Performances in Transnational Migration" (section group
"Transnational Cultural Politics") as part of KCTOS
(Knowledge, Creativity and Transformations of Societies),
Vienna, December 6-9, 2007.

CFP: [Collections] Rereading the New Criticism (11/30/07; collection)

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 11:41am
John McIntyre

We invite papers for an edited volume of critical essays reconsidering
the genesis, work, and legacy of the New Criticism, one of the dominant
literary-critical formations of the mid-twentieth century. Along with
American and British criticism of the previous generation from which it
emerged, the New Criticism played an integral role in the rise of the
academic discipline of “English.” Its advocates and practitioners
directed attention to textual analysis and interpretation, crucially
shaping techniques of what we now call “close reading,” developing an
idea of professional expertise that came to inform the careers of
academic critics, and contributing to the training of generations of

UPDATE: [Theory] Practical Criticism and its Legacies

Thursday, August 2, 2007 - 11:36am
Dr John Sears


Please note new deadline for proposals: September 15th 2007

An international conference to be hosted by the English Research
Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University, 26th â€" 27th June 2008.

Conference website:


Confirmed keynote speakers:

Professor Ben Knights, Director of the HEA English Subject Centre
Dr Gary Day, De Montfort University