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CFP: [20th] eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:49pm
Katherine Bode

Call for Papers: eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

Sponsored by Australian literature @ the University of Sydney and AustLit.

4-5 December 2008
The University of Sydney
        
On 4-5 December 2008, Australian Literature @ the University of Sydney will
host a symposium on eResearch and Australian Literary Culture. Plenary
speakers include digital humanities specialist Professor Hugh Craig,
University of Newcastle, NSW.

Limited funding to assist early career researchers may be available on
application to the convenors.

CFP: [Science] eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:48pm
Katherine Bode

Call for Papers: eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

Sponsored by Australian literature @ the University of Sydney and AustLit.

4-5 December 2008
The University of Sydney
        
On 4-5 December 2008, Australian Literature @ the University of Sydney will
host a symposium on eResearch and Australian Literary Culture. Plenary
speakers include digital humanities specialist Professor Hugh Craig,
University of Newcastle, NSW.

Limited funding to assist early career researchers may be available on
application to the convenors.

CFP: [International] eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:47pm
Katherine Bode

Call for Papers: eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

Sponsored by Australian literature @ the University of Sydney and AustLit.

4-5 December 2008
The University of Sydney
        
On 4-5 December 2008, Australian Literature @ the University of Sydney will
host a symposium on eResearch and Australian Literary Culture. Plenary
speakers include digital humanities specialist Professor Hugh Craig,
University of Newcastle, NSW.

Limited funding to assist early career researchers may be available on
application to the convenors.

CFP: [Ethnic] American Conference for Irish Studies- Southern Region 2008

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:44pm
Karen McNeany

American Conference for Irish Studies: Southern Region 2008
Savannah, GA
March 6-8, 2008
 
On 17 June 1904, Molly Bloom reminisced, "yes I said yes I will Yes."
Around eighty years later Ian Paisley protested, "Ulster Says No," a
partial echo of "No Surrender" (the cry during the late-seventeenth-
century Siege of Londonderry). Assertions of "yes" and "no"â€"and acts of
assent and dissentâ€"play prominently in Irish experience: past and present;
at home and abroad. Our conference welcomes proposals on any aspect of
Irish Studies, but it especially invites proposals that elaborate the
theme, Ireland: Assent and Dissent.

CFP: [Computing-Internet] eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:43pm
Katherine Bode

Call for Papers: eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Symposium

Sponsored by Australian literature @ the University of Sydney and AustLit.

4-5 December 2008
The University of Sydney
        
On 4-5 December 2008, Australian Literature @ the University of Sydney will
host a symposium on eResearch and Australian Literary Culture. Plenary
speakers include digital humanities specialist Professor Hugh Craig,
University of Newcastle, NSW.

Limited funding to assist early career researchers may be available on
application to the convenors.

UPDATE: [Science] Visions of Tomorrow: Science and Utopia in German Culture

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 11:43pm
Diana Spokiene

CFP: A REMINDER: Visions of Tomorrow: Science and Utopia in German
Culture

Workshop to be held at the 11th International Conference of ISSEI, the
International Society for the Study of European Ideas, from 28 July â€" 2
August 2008 at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Conference theme:
Language and the Scientific Imagination.

CFP: [Collections] Nineteenth-Century American Sentimentalism (September 19, 2008)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 9:15pm
Earl Yarington

Chapter-length submissions are invited for a collection of articles on
nineteenth-century American sentimentalism in the novel, short fiction,
sketch, autobiography, and poetry. Our interests include, but are not
limited to, sentimentalism as a negative or positive attribute within
individual works; differences in individual authors’ construction and use
of sentiment within their works; differences in male and female authors’
construction and use of sentiment; cross-gender and interracial dialogue;
sentimentalism in the captivity, slave, or conversion narrative;
sentimentalism and social criticism; blurrings or distinctions between
empathy and sentiment that are fresh and original; types of

CFP: [20th] Woolf Studies and Periodical Studies

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 8:32pm
Patrick Collier

Call for Papers: Woolf Studies and Periodical Studies
        For the Seventeenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
(University of Denver, June 19-22, 2008), I am seeking papers for a panel
that looks at ways of bringing the insights and methodologies of recent
work in early twentieth-century periodical studies to bear on the life
and work of Virginia Woolf. Possibilities include papers that examine
Woolf’s contributions to periodicals as an essayist, short story writer,
or reviewer; Woolf’s interventions in contemporary debates about
journalism and the public sphere; reviews of Woolf and her circle as
evidence of “reception.” In any case, though, papers should engage with

UPDATE: [General] Spring Conference of the New Jersey College English Association

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:39pm
Burt Kimmelman

CALL FOR PANELS AND PAPERS
31st Annual New Jersey College English Association Conference
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ 07079

Keynote Speaker: Edward Halsey Foster

The New Jersey College English Association is soliciting papers
considering a broad range of literary and composition topics for its
annual conference. The NJCEA brings together those interested in
language, literature, pedagogy, and other aspects of the teaching and
study of literature and writing.

UPDATE: [Graduate] "Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity"

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:00pm
Emily Churilla

The 20th Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference
Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity
February 15th and 16th, 2008
Stony Brook Manhattan Campus

Featuring a showing of "a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert" by Coco Fusco

Keynote Speaker: Arlene Dávila, Professor of Anthropology, Social and
Cultural Analysis at NYU, Friday, February 16th at 6 p.m.

UPDATE: [Postcolonial] "Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity"

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:00pm
Emily Churilla

The 20th Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference
Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity
February 15th and 16th, 2008
Stony Brook Manhattan Campus

Featuring a showing of "a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert" by Coco Fusco

Keynote Speaker: Arlene Dávila, Professor of Anthropology, Social and
Cultural Analysis at NYU, Friday, February 16th at 6 p.m.

UPDATE: [Ethnic] "Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity"

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:00pm
Emily Churilla

The 20th Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference
Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity
February 15th and 16th, 2008
Stony Brook Manhattan Campus

Featuring a showing of "a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert" by Coco Fusco

Keynote Speaker: Arlene Dávila, Professor of Anthropology, Social and
Cultural Analysis at NYU, Friday, February 16th at 6 p.m.

UPDATE: [General] "Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity"

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:00pm
Emily Churilla

The 20th Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference
Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity
February 15th and 16th, 2008
Stony Brook Manhattan Campus

Featuring a showing of "a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert" by Coco Fusco

Keynote Speaker: Arlene Dávila, Professor of Anthropology, Social and
Cultural Analysis at NYU, Friday, February 16th at 6 p.m.

UPDATE: [Gender Studies] "Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity"

updated: 
Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 5:00pm
Emily Churilla

The 20th Annual Stony Brook Manhattan Graduate Conference
Sifting Through Lies: Toward an Aesthetic Impunity
February 15th and 16th, 2008
Stony Brook Manhattan Campus

Featuring a showing of "a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert" by Coco Fusco

Keynote Speaker: Arlene Dávila, Professor of Anthropology, Social and
Cultural Analysis at NYU, Friday, February 16th at 6 p.m.

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