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CFP: [Theory] EPTC 2009

updated: 
Saturday, November 1, 2008 - 12:23am
Matthew King

Call for Papers: EPTC Ottawa 2009

CFP: [General] ECCCS First Call for Papers

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 10:57pm
Justin Philpot

Call for Papers
                        
     The Electronic Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies (ECCCS) is
happy to announce a call for papers for their first issue of 2009. Founded
in August, 2008, The ECCCS is an electronic forum for young scholars
exploring contemporary culture. The ECCCS encourages submissions that
explore, integrate and challenge issues in contemporary culture in the
following areas: Education, New/Social Media, Music, Television/Film and
Society/Culture. With the intention of providing space for a range of
voices and styles, the ECCCS seeks submissions from young scholars, young
professionals with academic or practical experience in the topic they hope

CFP: [Gender Studies] CFP

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 6:07pm
PAUL MUKUNDI

LITERARY HORIZONS JOURNAL

In Their Eyes were Watching God (1937), Zora Neal Hurston describes the
Black woman as the “mule of the world” because she is both a victim of
racism and of male domination. During the period in which Hurston writes,
do other writers, both male and female, support her perspective? What is
the place of the Black woman 50 years later? Given these questions, the
Literary Horizons Journal, a journal dedicated solely to publishing the
work of graduate students, is soliciting papers that explore the role of
the Black woman in American Literature. The topics may include but are
not limited to:

CFP: [Collections] CFP

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 6:05pm
Paul M. Mukundi

LITERARY HORIZONS JOURNAL

In Their Eyes were Watching God (1937), Zora Neal Hurston describes the
Black woman as the “mule of the world” because she is both a victim of
racism and of male domination. During the period in which Hurston writes,
do other writers, both male and female, support her perspective? What is
the place of the Black woman 50 years later? Given these questions, the
Literary Horizons Journal, a journal dedicated solely to publishing the
work of graduate students, is soliciting papers that explore the role of
the Black woman in American Literature. The topics may include but are
not limited to:

CFP: [Graduate] Exploring Literary Space: The Dialectics of Inside and Outside

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 4:29pm
Holly Dupej

Call for Proposals (CFP):

Exploring Literary Space: The Dialectics of Inside and Outside

FreeX 2009, a Graduate Student Conference
Friday February 27 â€" Sunday March 1, 2009
Hosted by the graduate students of the University of Calgary’s English
Department
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

CFP DEADLINE: Friday January 2, 2009

CFP: [Cultural–Historical] Southern Spaces––Documentary Expression and the American South

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 4:08pm
Katie Rawson

Call for Submissions: Documentary Expression and the American South

Proposals due January 30, 2009

Southern Spaces (http://www.southernspaces.org) invites proposals for
essays, photography, and multimedia projects about documentary expression
in the various regions and places of the U.S. South. We encourage
submissions that combine innovative scholarship and commentary about
documentary work with ideas for digital media elements such as images,
maps, audio, or video. We also welcome the submission of original
documentary projects.

CFP: [Collections] New Myth Journal

updated: 
Friday, October 31, 2008 - 2:14pm
Evans Lansing Smith

New Myth: Re-envisioning Self, Culture, and Archetype, solicits
submission of papers on literature and mythology in traditional and
contemporary contexts, ranging from the Ancient to the Postmodern.
Interdisciplinary papers on art, film, music, psychology, critical
theory, and comparative religion are welcome. 8-15 pages in MLA style
sent as an email attachment in Microsoft Word to lansing.smith_at_mwsu.edu
or hard copy addressed to:
 
Evans Lansing Smith/Peter Fields
Editors, New Myth
English Department
Midwestern State University
3410 Taft Blvd.
Wichita Falls, TX 76309

CFP: [Collections] Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture

updated: 
Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 10:13pm
Dorsía Smith

CALL FOR PAPERS

We are seeking submissions for an edited collection on Caribbean
Literature, Language, and Culture

Possible topics include:
    
  Caribbean Poetry, Drama, and Fiction
  Creole Linguistics and Writing in Creole
  Caribbean Music
  Asian Caribbean Experience
  Canadian Caribbean Experience
  Caribbean Migrations
  Gender and Representation
  Sex/Sexuality in Caribbean Literature
  Caribbean Religion in Caribbean Literature
  Culture and Identity in the Caribbean
  Caribbean Cinema

 

CFP: [Collections] Is Paris Burning? Parisian Rap, Hip Hop and Civil Unrest

updated: 
Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 9:55pm
Richard Gray

Following the Paris riots of 2005, there emerged a backlash against
French rap and hip hop artists who were immediately blamed for inciting
the youth of the "banlieues" to riot. For many years, French rap and hip
hoppers had been writing music outlining the sub-standard conditions of
the "banlieues" as residents fought to overcome racism, poverty, and an
often poor relationship with the police. Most artists defended
themselves, stating that their music was never intended to incite
violence, but was rather meant to simply make known the problems that had
brought the citizens of the "banlieues" to riot.
 
For the upcoming essay collection, "Is Paris Burning? Parisian Rap, Hip

UPDATE: [Theatre] "Discursive Treatments of Media and Materiality" 4th Annual Digital Assembly Conference

updated: 
Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 9:49pm
Elise Takehana

Our updated conference web page now includes calls for papers, original films, and digital artworks.
Please refer to our site at <http://www.english.ufl.edu/da/conference.html>.

Deadlines for paper abstracts and original films has been extended to December 1, 2008 and
Original Digital artwork submissions are to be sent by December 15, 2008. Our conference will be
held from March 6-7, 2009 with a screening of original films on the 5th.

All questions can be directed to Elise Takehana at takehana_at_ufl.edu.

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] &quot;Discursive Treatments of Media and Materiality&quot; 4th Annual Digital Assembly Conference

updated: 
Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 9:49pm
Elise Takehana

Our updated conference web page now includes calls for papers, original films, and digital artworks.
Please refer to our site at <http://www.english.ufl.edu/da/conference.html>.

Deadlines for paper abstracts and original films has been extended to December 1, 2008 and
Original Digital artwork submissions are to be sent by December 15, 2008. Our conference will be
held from March 6-7, 2009 with a screening of original films on the 5th.

All questions can be directed to Elise Takehana at takehana_at_ufl.edu.

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