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CFP: [International] International American Studies Association 4th World Congress

updated: 
Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 9:44pm
Lauren Anaya

CALL FOR PAPERS

INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION FOURTH WORLD CONGRESS

"Decoding American Cultures in the Global Context"

SEPTEMBER 18-20, 2009

HOSTED BY
Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China

The International American Studies Association (IASA) and the American
Studies Center (ASC) at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU)
cordially invite scholars from all disciplines to participate in the 4th
congress of the IASA, to be held from September 18th to 20th (Friday to
Sunday), 2009 at BFSU, Beijing, China.

CONGRESS THEME AND SUB-THEMES

CFP: [Victorian] RSVP, 2009: Victorian Networks and the Periodical Press

updated: 
Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 8:22pm
Kelly Hulander

VICTORIAN NETWORKS and the PERIODICAL PRESS--Research Society for
Victorian Periodicals Annual Conference, August 21-22, 2009

The Research Society for Victorian Periodicals (RSVP) will hold its
annual conference at the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, August 21-
22, 2009.

While papers addressing any aspect of Victorian periodicals will be
considered, RSVP particularly welcomes proposals for papers on the ways
in which the newspaper and periodical press relied on a variety of
networks, including journalistic, business, communication and technology,
transportation, imperialist, immigration, political/activist, scientific,
philosophical, literary, artistic, and other social networks.

UPDATE: [Ethnic] Salman Rushdie and Visual Culture(s)

updated: 
Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 2:41pm
Ana Mendes

Salman Rushdie’s work is overflowing with visual images. Essays are
invited for a collection of essays tentatively entitled Salman Rushdie
and Visual Culture(s) that seeks to shed light on Rushdie’s fictional and
non-fictional writings and their various connections with visual culture
(s). In the pursuit of its aims, the collection does not intend to set
aside textuality, but draws it into dialogue with visuality. Some
possible topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:
- film;
- photography;
- painting;
- sculpture;
- advertising;
- television;
A reputed academic publisher has shown interest in publishing the

UPDATE: [Postcolonial] Salman Rushdie and Visual Culture(s)

updated: 
Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 2:41pm
Ana Mendes

Salman Rushdie’s work is overflowing with visual images. Essays are
invited for a collection of essays tentatively entitled Salman Rushdie
and Visual Culture(s) that seeks to shed light on Rushdie’s fictional and
non-fictional writings and their various connections with visual culture
(s). In the pursuit of its aims, the collection does not intend to set
aside textuality, but draws it into dialogue with visuality. Some
possible topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:
- film;
- photography;
- painting;
- sculpture;
- advertising;
- television;
A reputed academic publisher has shown interest in publishing the

UPDATE: [Collections] Salman Rushdie and Visual Culture(s)

updated: 
Sunday, October 26, 2008 - 2:41pm
Ana Mendes

Salman Rushdie’s work is overflowing with visual images. Essays are
invited for a collection of essays tentatively entitled Salman Rushdie
and Visual Culture(s) that seeks to shed light on Rushdie’s fictional and
non-fictional writings and their various connections with visual culture
(s). In the pursuit of its aims, the collection does not intend to set
aside textuality, but draws it into dialogue with visuality. Some
possible topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:
- film;
- photography;
- painting;
- sculpture;
- advertising;
- television;
A reputed academic publisher has shown interest in publishing the