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CFP: [20th] Don DeLillo in the Twentieth-First Century (deadline 9/10/08, for Louisville conference Feb 09)

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 9:23pm
Mary Holland

CALL FOR PAPERS (deadline 9/10/08; 20th c Lit Conference in Louisville
2/19-2/21/09)

Conference Title: Call to the Post 2009

Panel title: Don DeLillo in the Twenty-First Century

The Don DeLillo Society announces a call for papers for a panel focusing
on Don DeLillo’s work in twenty-first century contexts, convening Feb 19-
21, 2009 at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since
1900 in Louisville, KY.

CFP: [Collections] Book Reviews Women and Voodoo 08/08/08 deadline

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 6:38pm
Kim Wells

Women Writers is doing a special issue and needs your help. We're short
on book reviews.
 
If anyone out there has read a book (fiction, poetry, nonfiction) that
they loved or hated that had some aspect of
Voodoo/Hoodoo/Conjure/Rootwork/ in it and would like to publish a short
to medium length book review of that text on our special issue of Voodoo
& Women of Womenwriters.net, please send it my way within the next week.
For samples of previous book reviews, check here:
http://www.womenwriters.net/archivesbookreviews.htm
  
Authors such as Zora Neale Hurston, Nalo Hopkinson, Emma Bull, Gloria

CFP: [20th] Book Reviews Women and Voodoo 08/08/08 deadline

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 6:37pm
Kim Wells

Women Writers is doing a special issue and needs your help. We're short
on book reviews.
 
If anyone out there has read a book (fiction, poetry, nonfiction) that
they loved or hated that had some aspect of
Voodoo/Hoodoo/Conjure/Rootwork/ in it and would like to publish a short
to medium length book review of that text on our special issue of Voodoo
& Women of Womenwriters.net, please send it my way within the next week.
For samples of previous book reviews, check here:
http://www.womenwriters.net/archivesbookreviews.htm
  
Authors such as Zora Neale Hurston, Nalo Hopkinson, Emma Bull, Gloria

CFP: [Gender Studies] Book Reviews Women and Voodoo 08/08/08 deadline

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 6:37pm
Kim Wells

Women Writers is doing a special issue and needs your help. We're short
on book reviews.
 
If anyone out there has read a book (fiction, poetry, nonfiction) that
they loved or hated that had some aspect of
Voodoo/Hoodoo/Conjure/Rootwork/ in it and would like to publish a short
to medium length book review of that text on our special issue of Voodoo
& Women of Womenwriters.net, please send it my way within the next week.
For samples of previous book reviews, check here:
http://www.womenwriters.net/archivesbookreviews.htm
  
Authors such as Zora Neale Hurston, Nalo Hopkinson, Emma Bull, Gloria

CFP: [African-American] Book Reviews Women and Voodoo 08/08/08 deadline

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 6:37pm
Kim Wells

Women Writers is doing a special issue and needs your help. We're short
on book reviews.
 
If anyone out there has read a book (fiction, poetry, nonfiction) that
they loved or hated that had some aspect of
Voodoo/Hoodoo/Conjure/Rootwork/ in it and would like to publish a short
to medium length book review of that text on our special issue of Voodoo
& Women of Womenwriters.net, please send it my way within the next week.
For samples of previous book reviews, check here:
http://www.womenwriters.net/archivesbookreviews.htm
  
Authors such as Zora Neale Hurston, Nalo Hopkinson, Emma Bull, Gloria

CFP: [Ethnic] The Celtic Periphery in the Eighteenth Century

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 5:17pm
Juliet Shields

"The Celtic Periphery in the Eighteenth Century," ASECS, Richmond
Virginia, March 26-29, 2009

Was there a coherent Celtic periphery in the eighteenth century? If so,
in what was its unity based--language, race, culture, resistance to
Anglicization, or something else? How do the triangulated relations
between Ireland, Scotland, and England challenge traditional models of
the nation-state? How might the differences between Ireland’s and
Scotland’s eighteenth-century connections to England, and to Great
Britain’s growing empire, illuminate or trouble the distinctions between
internal colonialism, settler colonialism, and other forms of
imperialism?

CFP: [18th] The Celtic Periphery in the Eighteenth Century

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 5:16pm
Juliet Shields

"The Celtic Periphery in the Eighteenth Century," ASECS, Richmond
Virginia, March 26-29, 2009

Was there a coherent Celtic periphery in the eighteenth century? If so,
in what was its unity based--language, race, culture, resistance to
Anglicization, or something else? How do the triangulated relations
between Ireland, Scotland, and England challenge traditional models of
the nation-state? How might the differences between Ireland’s and
Scotland’s eighteenth-century connections to England, and to Great
Britain’s growing empire, illuminate or trouble the distinctions between
internal colonialism, settler colonialism, and other forms of
imperialism?

CFP: [20th] Yeats conference in Lille (France), 6-7 Feb 2009

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 4:43pm
Alexandra Poulain

6-7 February 2009

Yeats’s Anniversary Conference: “Voice and Mask: Performing Identities.”

Université Charles de Gaulle â€" Lille III, in association with Georgia
State University.

CFP: [Medieval] (Kzoo): Anglo-Saxon Matter and Materialism

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 3:58pm
Johanna Kramer

For this session, we are interested in investigating Anglo-Saxon definitions
and understanding of materiality, in particular the materiality of
immaterial concepts. While much recent scholarship has focused on the
material culture of Anglo-Saxon England, exploring ideas such as the
significance of religious objects or the construction of social spaces,
materiality as a signifier for spiritual principles or theological concepts
has received much less attention. Anglo-Saxons imagined the physical
universe and the process of creation in intensely material terms, as is
reflected in OE words like gesceaft (creation, element) and andweorc
(matter, substance, material). At the same time, they did not strictly

CFP: [General] Comics Arts Conference-San Diego & WonderCon

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 2:51pm
Peter Coogan

Call for Participation

THE COMICS ARTS CONFERENCE

Comic-Con International
San Diego, California July 23-26, 2009
&
WonderCon
San Francisco, California February 27-March 1, 2009

We seek proposals from a broad range of disciplinary and theoretical
perspectives, and welcome the participation of academic, independent, and
fan scholars. We welcome professionals from all areas of the comics
industry, including creators, editors, publishers, retailers, distributors,
and journalists.

We also invite scholars and professionals to participate as respondents to
presentations.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Subjectivity, creativty and the institution.

updated: 
Thursday, July 31, 2008 - 6:58am
Christopher Crouch

Invitations are extended to those scholars and practitioners in the
creative disciplines, education, history, anthropology and sociology, to
submit proposals for papers for the Subjectivity, Creativity and the
Institution conference to be held at the John Curtin Gallery in Perth,
Australia 9/10.02.09.

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