/03

displaying 1 - 15 of 506

CFP: [Rhetoric-Composition] CCCC Panel: Themed Sections of Freshman Composition

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 11:10pm
Grace Wetzel

In "Why Johnny Can’t Write, Even Through He Went to Princeton" (2003),
Thomas Bartlett describes the increasing trend toward themed sections of
freshman composition at Ivy League institutions. Interestingly, while
there is evidence that themed sections are popular among not merely
liberal arts schools, but some larger universities, there is little
published scholarship on this topic.

UPDATE: [Romantic] Final Call: Mary Shelley, Her Family and her Contemporaries (5/15; Book Collection)

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:21pm
L. Adam Mekler

The importance of Mary Shelley as a woman writer during the Romantic period
has been firmly established over the last two decades. In confirming her
significance, scholars have moved "beyond _Frankenstein_" to examine her
numerous works in a variety of genres, including the novel, short story,
drama, poetry, and literary biography. This collection will seek to
continue this effort by including papers discussing Shelley's importance to
the Romantic period, hopefully discussing both her better known and her
lesser known works, and exploring the complex relationship between her
works and the writings of her contemporaries--as well as her relationships

CFP: [American]

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 6:38pm
Craig A. Warren

The Ambrose Bierce Project (http://www.ambrosebierce.org) is a hypermedia
project and peer-reviewed e-journal hosted by Penn State University. To
prepare for the fourth issue of the journal (fall 2008), we are now seeking
new essays and literary briefs. Submissions will be reviewed by members of
the ABP advisory board, a collection of leading Bierce scholars and
Americanists. Contributions to the issue will be indexed in the MLA
International Bibliography.

CFP: [Medieval] MMLA Fall 2008. Peace and Pedagogy Panel. The World Sustains Us: Narratives of Food, Water and Peace

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 2:44pm
Lisette Gibson Diaz

In 1961, John F. Kennedy said of his “Food for Peace” program that “Food is
strength, and food is peace, and food is freedom…” This panel invites
papers that address those connections. Adequate access to resources is
fundamental to assuring peace. Discussions of narratives revealing problems
of sustenanceâ€"nutritious food and clean water--in a global economy are
especially welcome, as are multiple and interdisciplinary perspectives.

CFP: [General] Peace and Pedagogy Panel, Midwest MLA

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 2:35pm
Lisette Gibson Diaz

In 1961, John F. Kennedy said of his “Food for Peace” program that “Food is
strength, and food is peace, and food is freedom…” This panel invites
papers that address those connections. Adequate access to resources is
fundamental to assuring peace. Discussions of narratives revealing problems
of sustenanceâ€"nutritious food and clean water--in a global economy are
especially welcome, as are multiple and interdisciplinary perspectives.

CFP: [Renaissance] Spenser in Short (5/9/08; RSA 09)

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 12:46pm
Christopher Warley

The International Spenser Society will sponsor a panel at the Renaissance Society of America
Meeting at the Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA 19-21 March 2009. Papers on the shorter poems or
Spenserian brevity.

Please email 300 word abstracts and a very brief cv by Monday 9 May 2008 to
chris.warley_at_utoronto.ca

===================================
 From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List
            cfp_at_english.upenn.edu
             more information at
         http://cfp.english.upenn.edu
===================================
Received on Mon Mar 31 2008 - 07:46:40 EST

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] "National Literatures in the Age of Globalization. The Issue of the Canon"

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:46am
Liviu Papadima

NATIONAL LITERATURES IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION.
THE ISSUE OF THE CANON

University of Bucharest
Tudor Vianu Research Centre â€" project LIRCO
31 October â€" 1 November 2008

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 15 April 2008

Keynote speakers:
Prof. Theo D'Haen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Prof. David Damrosch (Columbia University, USA)

UPDATE: [Theory] "National Literatures in the Age of Globalization. The Issue of the Canon"

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:42am
Liviu Papadima

NATIONAL LITERATURES IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION.
THE ISSUE OF THE CANON

University of Bucharest
Tudor Vianu Research Centre â€" project LIRCO
31 October â€" 1 November 2008

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 15 April 2008

Keynote speakers:
Prof. Theo D'Haen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Prof. David Damrosch (Columbia University, USA)

UPDATE: [International] "National Literatures in the Age of Globalization. The Issue of the Canon"

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:39am
Liviu Papadima

NATIONAL LITERATURES IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION. THE ISSUE OF THE CANON

University of Bucharest
Tudor Vianu Research Centre â€" project LIRCO
31 October â€" 1 November 2008

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 15 April 2008

Keynote speakers:
Prof. Theo D'Haen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Prof. David Damrosch (Columbia University, USA)

UPDATE: [20th] ANGLOPHONE LITERATURES IN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXTS

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:10am
DONALD RANDALL

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Title: Anglophone Literatures in International Contexts

Date: October 16-17 2008

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 15TH

Host institution: The Department of English Language and Literature,
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey

UPDATE: [Postcolonial] ANGLOPHONE LITERATURES IN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXTS

updated: 
Monday, March 31, 2008 - 7:09am
DONALD RANDALL

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Title: Anglophone Literatures in International Contexts

Date: October 16-17 2008

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 15TH

Host institution: The Department of English Language and Literature,
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey

Pages