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CFP: [Cultural-Historical] MLA 2009: Eric Rohmer's Moral Tales

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 7:07pm
Leah Anderst

MLA Proposed Special Session: Eric Rohmer: The Moral Tales.

I am seeking 20-minute papers that address any aspect of the films that
make up Rohmer’s Six Moral Tales for an MLA special session proposal.
(Philadelphia, December 2009). Send 250-word abstracts and a brief vitae
by 1 March to Leah Anderst (leah.ganderst_at_gmail.com). Notification of
acceptance will be made by 20 March. Accepted panelists must be MLA
members by 7 April (www.mla.org).

The MLA's description of Special Sessions:

CFP: [20th] MLA 2009: Eric Rohmer's Moral Tales

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 7:06pm
Leah Anderst

MLA Proposed Special Session: Eric Rohmer: The Moral Tales.

I am seeking 20-minute papers that address any aspect of the films that
make up Rohmer’s Six Moral Tales for an MLA special session proposal.
(Philadelphia, December 2009). Send 250-word abstracts and a brief vitae
by 1 March to Leah Anderst (leah.ganderst_at_gmail.com). Notification of
acceptance will be made by 20 March. Accepted panelists must be MLA
members by 7 April (www.mla.org).

The MLA's description of Special Sessions:

CFP: [Film] MLA 2009: Eric Rohmer's Moral Tales

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 7:05pm
Leah Anderst

MLA Proposed Special Session: Eric Rohmer: The Moral Tales.

I am seeking 20-minute papers that address any aspect of the films that
make up Rohmer’s Six Moral Tales for an MLA special session proposal.
(Philadelphia, December 2009). Send 250-word abstracts and a brief vitae
by 1 March to Leah Anderst (leah.ganderst_at_gmail.com). Notification of
acceptance will be made by 20 March. Accepted panelists must be MLA
members by 7 April (www.mla.org).

The MLA's description of Special Sessions:

CFP: [Children] Tolkien Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 6:44pm
Chris Vaccaro

Call for Papers Extended deadline

Tolkien at the University of Vermont 2009, an academic conference
devoted to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, will be held at the UVM in
Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th. The
keynote address will be delivered by Professor Jane Chance of Rice
University.

The conference organizers seek 20-minute papers on any topic related to
Tolkien or his texts, but the following topic will be given priority
consideration: sex and/or gender in Middle-earth or related to Tolkien’s
life or works.

CFP: [Gender Studies] Tolkien Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 6:44pm
Chris Vaccaro

Call for Papers Extended deadline

Tolkien at the University of Vermont 2009, an academic conference
devoted to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, will be held at the UVM in
Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th. The
keynote address will be delivered by Professor Jane Chance of Rice
University.

The conference organizers seek 20-minute papers on any topic related to
Tolkien or his texts, but the following topic will be given priority
consideration: sex and/or gender in Middle-earth or related to Tolkien’s
life or works.

CFP: [20th] Tolkien Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 6:44pm
Chris Vaccaro

Call for Papers Extended deadline

Tolkien at the University of Vermont 2009, an academic conference
devoted to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, will be held at the UVM in
Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th. The
keynote address will be delivered by Professor Jane Chance of Rice
University.

The conference organizers seek 20-minute papers on any topic related to
Tolkien or his texts, but the following topic will be given priority
consideration: sex and/or gender in Middle-earth or related to Tolkien’s
life or works.

CFP: [Medieval] Tolkien Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 6:44pm
Chris Vaccaro

Call for Papers Extended deadline

Tolkien at the University of Vermont 2009, an academic conference
devoted to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, will be held at the UVM in
Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th. The
keynote address will be delivered by Professor Jane Chance of Rice
University.

The conference organizers seek 20-minute papers on any topic related to
Tolkien or his texts, but the following topic will be given priority
consideration: sex and/or gender in Middle-earth or related to Tolkien’s
life or works.

CFP: [20th] MLA 2009 Pirandello Society

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 5:18pm
Susan Tenneriello

The Pirandello Society of America, celebrating its 50th anniversary,
invites papers for MLA 2009 (Philadelphia) panels on the following topics:

1. Theatrical Perspectives : Pirandello, Il grottesco, and Beyond
Pirandello’s theatrical theories and innovations, his influence on the
world stage.

2. The Sicilian Pirandello in Narrative and Theater
Evidence of Sicilian culture in the works.

We encourage work from all disciplines, periods and geographic regions.
250 word abstracts by March 15 to jcapuana_at_gc.cuny.edu

CFP: [American] SCMLA 2009 Flannery OâConnor Society Session

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:39pm
Sara Williams

CFP: SCMLA 2009 Flannery O’Connor Society Session

Submissions are currently being accepted for the Flannery O’Connor Society
session of the 66th annual South Central Modern Language Association
conference, October 29th through the 31st in Baton Rouge, LA.

UPDATE: [20th] critical studies series in science fiction

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:39pm
Dr Paul Andrew March-Russell

SF Storyworlds is a new critical studies series in science fiction,
edited by Dr Paul March-Russell (University of Kent) and by other leading
writers and critics in science fiction, and distributed by UK academic
publisher Gylphi. It aims to explore the evolution of science fiction and
its impact upon contemporary culture. We are interested in rethinking the
possibilities of the genre, in particular, the roles of different media
(literature, film, television, radio, the Internet and comic strip),
critical and cultural theory, and translation studies, including SF from
Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Genre is itself a central
question (for example, in the work of M. John Harrison, China Mieville or

CFP: [General] SCMLA 2009 Flannery OâConnor Society Session

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:35pm
Sara Williams

CFP: SCMLA 2009 Flannery O’Connor Society Session

Submissions are currently being accepted for the Flannery O’Connor Society
session of the 66th annual South Central Modern Language Association
conference, October 29th through the 31st in Baton Rouge, LA.

CFP: [Graduate] âWe are One Peopleâ: Writing America-University of Central Arkansas's 3rd Annual Graduate Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:27pm
Charles Bane

April 9-10, 2009
University of Central Arkansas

There are many “Americas” and many American voices. This conference hopes
to create a place where those voices may be heard as we consider the idea
and ideal behind the United States motto: E pluribus unum, “Out of Many,
One.” Though the conference theme centers on America and its literatures,
we welcome submissions on any topic related to all genres of literature,
theory, culture, and film, as well as creative submissions of poetry,
fiction, and drama.

CFP: [Graduate] âWe are One Peopleâ: Writing America-University of Central Arkansas's 3rd Annual Graduate Conference

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:25pm
Charles Bane

There are many “Americas” and many American voices. This conference hopes
to create a place where those voices may be heard as we consider the idea
and ideal behind the United States motto: E pluribus unum, “Out of Many,
One.” Though the conference theme centers on America and its literatures,
we welcome submissions on any topic related to all genres of literature,
theory, culture, and film, as well as creative submissions of poetry,
fiction, and drama.

250-word abstracts and/or proposals for panels must be emailed by March
15, 2009 to cbane_at_uca.edu or mrmarotte_at_uca.edu with the presenter’s name
and “Conference Submission” on the subject line.

UPDATE: [General] CEAMAG 2009 Translatons/Transgression

updated: 
Monday, February 9, 2009 - 4:06pm
Alexander N. Howe

College English Association - Middle Atlantic Group
ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE 2009
“Translations/Transgressions”
7 March 2009

Keynote Speaker: Marianne Noble, Author of Choice Outstanding Book Award-
winning The Masochistic Pleasures of Sentimental Literature and Professor
of English at American University

Location: Towson University, Towson, MD

At this year’s conference, we will consider conjointly the themes of
translations and transgressions. Scholars from around the region will
deliver papers on literature, language, cultural studies, composition,
and pedagogy that contemplate these themes both within the discipline of
English and in other areas of the humanities.

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