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CFP: [General] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:24pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [Science] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:24pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:23pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [American] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:23pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [20th] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:23pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [Victorian] SLSA 2008 panel: Steampunk and Reiteration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 6:23pm
Brian Croxall

As a lifestyle and a literary movement, steampunk can be both the act of
modding your laptop to look like and function as a Victorian artifact and
an act of imagining what London might have looked like had Charles
Babbage’s analytical engine been realized. Steampunk is the application of
nineteenth-century aesthetics to contemporary objects; it is the
speculative extension of technologies that actually existed; it is the
anachronistic importation of contemporary technologies into the
fictionalized past. In all cases, steampunk blurs boundaries: between
centuries, between technologies, and between origin and repetition.

CFP: [International] Rouen-Québec, four centuries of relationship: history and narration

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 5:08pm
Cecile Fouache

International Conference/Colloque international

" Rouen-Québec, four centuries of relationship: history and narration "/
" Quatre siècles de relations Rouen-Québec : de l’événement au récit "

Université de Rouen, IPEC
November 13-14, 2008/13-14 novembre 2008

Call for Papers/Appel à Communications

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UPDATE: [General] Professional Studies Review

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 4:18pm
Joseph Marotta

The deadline for submitting articles to the current issue of Professional
Studies Review (journal) has been extended from April 15, 2008 to May 15, 2008.

For this issue the Review will consider articles on any topic of general
interest to those working within career-oriented fields. Specific
possibilities might include (but are not limited to) such issues as:

CFP: [Ethnic] To Kill a Mocking Bird

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 3:07pm
Jon Mitchell

Proposals are sought for an edited collection of essays on Harper Lee's
novel "To Kill a Mocking Bird"

This influencial novel, though taught in many institutions, has received
very little critical attention.

This collection hopes to remedy this by collecting together essays that
explore the novel from a number of diverse perspectives.

Please send proposals to:

Dr Jon Mitchell
School of English, Media, and Theatre Studies
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Co.Kildare
Ireland

jon.mitchell_at_nuim.ie

CFP: [Gender Studies] To Kill a Mocking Bird

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 3:06pm
Jon Mitchell

Proposals are sought for an edited collection of essays on Harper Lee's
novel "To Kill a Mocking Bird"

This influencial novel, though taught in many institutions, has received
very little critical attention.

This collection hopes to remedy this by collecting together essays that
explore the novel from a number of diverse perspectives.

Please send proposals to:

Dr Jon Mitchell
School of English, Media, and Theatre Studies
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Co.Kildare
Ireland

jon.mitchell_at_nuim.ie

CFP: [American] To Kill a Mocking Bird

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 3:06pm
Jon Mitchell

Proposals are sought for an edited collection of essays on Harper Lee's
novel "To Kill a Mocking Bird"

This influencial novel, though taught in many institutions, has received
very little critical attention.

This collection hopes to remedy this by collecting together essays that
explore the novel from a number of diverse perspectives.

Please send proposals to:

Dr Jon Mitchell
School of English, Media, and Theatre Studies
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Co.Kildare
Ireland

jon.mitchell_at_nuim.ie

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] To Kill a Mocking Bird

updated: 
Monday, April 14, 2008 - 3:06pm
Jon Mitchell

Proposals are sought for an edited collection of essays on Harper Lee's
novel "To Kill a Mocking Bird"

This influencial novel, though taught in many institutions, has received
very little critical attention.

This collection hopes to remedy this by collecting together essays that
explore the novel from a number of diverse perspectives.

Please send proposals to:

Dr Jon Mitchell
School of English, Media, and Theatre Studies
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Co.Kildare
Ireland

jon.mitchell_at_nuim.ie

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