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CFP: [Collections] Literature in the Early American Republic (LEAR)

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 11:51pm
Matthew Wynn Sivils

CALL FOR PAPERS

LITERATURE IN THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC (LEAR), a peer-reviewed scholarly
journal published by AMS Press, welcomes a wide range of submissions on the
literary culture of the United States from the adoption of the Constitution
in 1789 to the death of James Fenimore Cooper in 1851. We also seek
submissions addressing (or establishing critical editions of) unpublished
archival manuscripts (letters, diaries, poems, and other documents) of
cultural or literary relevance to the period.

CFP: [General] Florida and the Popular Mind

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 9:23pm
Julian C. Chambliss

Florida and the Popular Mind
Edited by
Julian C. Chambliss, Department of History, Rollins College and Denise K.
Cummings, Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies, Rollins College

CFP: [Graduate] REMINDER: "Get a Move On!": Nineteenth Century Migration and Mobility

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 8:29pm
Grace Wetzel

"Get a Move On!": Nineteenth Century Migration and Mobility
A Graduate English Conference sponsored by the University of South
Carolina
Dates: March 7-8, 2008
Keynote Speaker: Ian Duncan, University of California, Berkeley

Immigrants and expatriates, sailors and soldiers, travelers and
wanderers, men and women: people in the nineteenth century were moving.
Novels and new inventions such as railroads, steamships, and street cars
provided vehicles of transport for individuals and their imaginations,
while the transnational movements of ideas and populations gave rise to a
newly globalized Anglo-American literature.

UPDATE: [Renaissance] North Carolina Colloquium: Passions, Affect, & Zeal

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 8:02pm
Mary Raschko

North Carolina Colloquium: Passions, Affect, and Zeal
*Extended deadline: December 10, 2007

The ninth annual North Carolina Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern
Studies will take place February 15-16, 2008 at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. This graduate student conference will engage
medieval and early modern notions of passions, affect, and zeal as they
apply broadly to natural philosophy, religion, politics, rhetoric, and
poetry.

UPDATE: [Medieval] North Carolina Colloquium: Passions, Affect, & Zeal

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 8:01pm
Mary Raschko

North Carolina Colloquium: Passions, Affect, and Zeal
*Extended deadline: December 10, 2007

The ninth annual North Carolina Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern
Studies will take place February 15-16, 2008 at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. This graduate student conference will engage
medieval and early modern notions of passions, affect, and zeal as they
apply broadly to natural philosophy, religion, politics, rhetoric, and
poetry.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Submissions: LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 7:28pm
Eric Skipper

Rodopi Press Amsterdam/ Atlanta announces a new series of literary studies
entitled DIALOGUE, under the general editorship of Michael J. Meyer. The
series will offer new and experienced scholars the opportunity to present
alternative readings and approaches to classic texts (those which have
received canonical acceptance in either American or Continental
Literature).

Essays sought for Laura Esquivel’s LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE. For list of
possible topics and more info, contact Eric Skipper eskipper_at_gsc.edu.

UPDATE: [General] CFP: Red River Conference on World Literature

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 6:34pm
Carol Pearson

THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL RED RIVER CONFERENCE ON WORLD LITERATURE
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA

INFINITE DIVISIONS AND TRANSNATIONAL IDENTITIES
Keynote Speaker: New Mexico Eminent Scholar
Dr. Tey Diana Rebolledo

APRIL 4 - 6, 2008

We invite papers and panel proposals on topics that investigate any of the
following topics. While we are particularly interested in proposals that
focus on the conference theme, papers and panels on all aspects of world
literature will be considered.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

CFP: [General] Southern Appalachian Student Conference on Literature

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 5:17pm
Katherine Weiss

Call for Papers

Second Annual
Southern Appalachian Student
Conference on Literature

Sponsored by:
The Department of English, The College of Arts and Sciences, and The
Office of Academic Affairs

East Tennessee State University

Abstract Submission Deadline: April 7, 2008

Where will this conference be held?
The Culp Center on the ETSU campus in Johnson City, TN

When will it take place?
Saturday, September 27, 2008

CFP: [Graduate] Southern Appalachian Student Conference on Literature

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 5:16pm
Katherine Weiss

Call for Papers

Second Annual
Southern Appalachian Student
Conference on Literature

Sponsored by:
The Department of English, The College of Arts and Sciences, and The
Office of Academic Affairs

East Tennessee State University

Abstract Submission Deadline: April 7, 2008

Where will this conference be held?
The Culp Center on the ETSU campus in Johnson City, TN

When will it take place?
Saturday, September 27, 2008

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