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CFP: [Poetry] Montana State University's Literary Arts Conference

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 1:52am
Cheryl Knoble

Montana State University's Literature and Arts Publication is now
accepting papers for its inaugural undergraduate academic conference. We
are accepting critical essays, creative non-fiction, original poetry,
fiction, drama/screenplays, or panel proposals. The theme for our
conference is "Germinate and Cultivate," a conference of origins and
developments.
       

CFP: [General] Montana State University's Literary Arts Conference

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 1:46am
Cheryl Knoble

Montana State University's Literature and Arts Publication is now
accepting papers for its inaugural undergraduate academic conference. We
are accepting critical essays, creative non-fiction, original poetry,
fiction, drama/screenplays, or panel proposals. The theme for our
conference is "Germinate and Cultivate," a conference of origins and
developments.
       

CFP: [Medieval] Montana State University's Literary Arts Conference

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 1:37am
Cheryl Knoble

Montana State University's Literature and Arts Publication is now
accepting papers for its inaugural undergraduate academic conference. We
are accepting critical essays, creative non-fiction, original poetry,
fiction, drama/screenplays, or panel proposals. The theme for our
conference is "Germinate and Cultivate," a conference of origins and
developments.
       

CFP: [Ethnic] NCFS: Empire, Identity, Exoticism (3/15/08; 10/16-10/18/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 12:36am
Lisa Weiss

NCFS 2008 Call for Papers
Empire, Identity, Exoticism

The 34th Annual International
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
16-18 October 2008

The theme for the 2008 colloquium is “Empire, Identity, Exoticism.”
Contributions that explore the intersection of these themes from a broad
range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary methodologies and
approachesâ€"from literary to social and political culture to visual
aestheticsâ€"in nineteenth-century France are especially welcome.

CFP: [General] NCFS: Empire, Identity, Exoticism (3/15/08; 10/16-10/18/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 12:34am
Lisa Weiss

NCFS 2008 Call for Papers
Empire, Identity, Exoticism

The 34th Annual International
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
16-18 October 2008

The theme for the 2008 colloquium is “Empire, Identity, Exoticism.”
Contributions that explore the intersection of these themes from a broad
range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary methodologies and
approachesâ€"from literary to social and political culture to visual
aestheticsâ€"in nineteenth-century France are especially welcome.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] NCFS: Empire, Identity, Exoticism (3/15/08; 10/16-10/18/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - 12:33am
Lisa Weiss

NCFS 2008 Call for Papers
Empire, Identity, Exoticism

The 34th Annual International
Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
16-18 October 2008

The theme for the 2008 colloquium is “Empire, Identity, Exoticism.”
Contributions that explore the intersection of these themes from a broad
range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary methodologies and
approachesâ€"from literary to social and political culture to visual
aestheticsâ€"in nineteenth-century France are especially welcome.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

CFP: [General] David Woodward Memorial Fellowship in the History of Cartography, 2008-2009

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 10:02pm
Matthew H. Edney

This annual fellowship supports a two-month residency at the University
of Wisconsin-Madison, to research and write on a subject related to the
history of cartography. The fellow chosen for the 2008-2009 academic year
will focus on a period relevant to any of the last three volumes (Four
through Six) of The History of Cartography series, which cover the modern
era from ca. 1650 to 2000; preference will be given to work that
compliments one of the three volumes.

The fellowship is made possible by the generosity of Arthur and Janet
Holzheimer, in honor of David Woodward, a founding editor of The History
of Cartography.

CFP: [Children] SCMLA, November 6-8, 2008, San Antonio, TX

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 7:07pm
Andrea Nicole Miller

Call for papers for SCMLA, November 6-8, 2008, San Antonio, Texas

Session Theme: Contemporary Issues in Children’s Literature

Description: The Children's Literature Session of South Central MLA
(SCMLA), welcomes proposals for papers examining contemporary
or "current" and innovative issues in children’s and adolescent
literature. Methods might include concepts such as abjection,
postcolonialism, multiculturalism, feminisms or other applicable
treatments. Genres might include picture books, graphic narrative,
novels, etc.
  
Deadline: March 14, 2008

CFP: [Collections] The Everyday Journal

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 5:23pm
Thomas Turner

The Everyday Journal believes that there is a desire for graduate-level
scholarship at the intersection of the study of liturgy, Christianity,
theology, and culture. This journal provides an outlet for the
formulation of scholarly ideas and research that is evolving, much like
conference papers are read and given in order to further the academic
endeavors of the presenter. We are looking for articles, meditations, and
book reviews (see specific descriptions below).

To submit work, please e-mail everydayjournal [@] gmail [dot] com

Types of Content:

CFP: [Religion] The Everyday Journal

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 5:22pm
Thomas Turner

The Everyday Journal believes that there is a desire for graduate-level
scholarship at the intersection of the study of liturgy, Christianity,
theology, and culture. This journal provides an outlet for the
formulation of scholarly ideas and research that is evolving, much like
conference papers are read and given in order to further the academic
endeavors of the presenter. We are looking for articles, meditations, and
book reviews (see specific descriptions below).

To submit work, please e-mail everydayjournal [@] gmail [dot] com

Types of Content:

CFP: [Film] Continuity and Innovation: Contemporary Film Form & Film Criticism

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 4:10pm
Lucy Fife

Continuity and Innovation:
Contemporary Film Form and Film Criticism

5th â€" 7th September 2008, University of Reading Film Conference

Contemporary film displays both its debt to the established forms and
practices of narrative cinema, and to international developments in
aesthetic practice and in new technologies that subtly shift the boundaries
of cinema’s aural and visual field.

UPDATE: [Theatre] Sarah Kane - Reassessments

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 3:47pm
anna harpin

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT
Sarah Kane - Reassessments
10.00am - 7.00pm Saturday, 16 February 2008

Judith E Wilson Drama Studio,
Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, 9 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP.

CFP: [Collections] New Perspectives on Thatcher & Thatcherism (3/1/08; MLA)

updated: 
Monday, February 4, 2008 - 3:15pm
Elizabeth Ho

CFP & Collection: “This lady’s not for turning:” New Perspectives on Thatcher and Thatcherism.
MLA San Francisco, 2008.

Both loved and reviled while in office, Margaret Thatcher has continued to generate powerful
aftereffects in Britain and abroad more than 20 years after her term as Prime Minister. This panel
is designed to present a new focus on Thatcher, considering her impact both whilst Prime
Minister and since she has left power and both at home and abroad. We hope that this panel will
allow for a fuller assessment of the impact of Margaret Thatcher and the phenomenon of
Thatcherism.

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