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New Directions in Documentary Film Festival & Symposium

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 9:35pm
Maria San Filippo / Wellesley College

The New Directions in Documentary Film Festival & Symposium, taking place October 19-25 at Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA, is a weeklong screening series showcasing formal and conceptual reorientations in recent American documentary filmmaking. Albert Maysles will deliver a keynote address titled "Handheld and from the Heart," while distinguished documentary filmmakers Debra Chasnoff, Su Friedrich, Susan Meiselas, Robb Moss, Llewellyn M. Smith, and Jessica Yu will present their latest works. In addition, the program features acclaimed works by up-and-coming filmmakers Natalia Almada, Liza Johnson, Amanda Micheli, Laurel Nakadate, and Alexander Olch.

Contemporary Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Gender, and Sexuality

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 8:21pm
The graduate students at The Ohio State University Department of Women’s Studies

CALL FOR PAPERS

Contemporary Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Gender and Sexuality
A Symposium hosted by the Women's Studies Department
at The Ohio State University
April 9-10, 2010

The graduate students at The Ohio State University Department of Women's Studies invite your submissions for our upcoming Symposium on Contemporary Interdisciplinary Scholarship on Gender, and Sexuality.

Call for Papers: Alfred Hitchcock - Southwest/Texas Popular & American Culture Association - 31st Annual Conference [UPDATE]

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 5:04pm
Southwest/Texas Popular & American Culture Association - 31st Annual Conference

 

Call for Papers: Alfred Hitchcock 

Southwest/Texas Popular & American Culture Association - 31st Annual Conference

Albuquerque, New Mexico

February 10-13, 2010

Hyatt Regency Albuquerque

330 Tijeras

Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 1-505-842-1234

Fax: 1-505-766-6710

Submission Deadline: December 15th, 2009

Priority Registration Deadline: November 1, 2009

BEYOND NOTES: Improvisation in Western Music in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 1:24pm
Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, Lucca (Italy) and Società dei Concerti, La Spezia

BEYOND NOTES: Improvisation in Western Music in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries International Conference on the occasion of the 9th edition of the FESTIVAL PAGANINIANO of Carro
ORGANISED BY: Società dei Concerti, La Spezia; Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, Lucca
DATES: 15-17 July 2010LOCATION: La Spezia (Italy), CAMeC (Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art)

Mystery/Detective Fiction

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 11:19am
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association

The Mystery/Detective Fiction section of the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association invites proposals for the 2010 conference in Albuquerque.  The exact days/times of our panels are yet to be determined, but the conference is always held Wed.-Sat. in mid February.

We invite proposals on any topic involving Detective/Mystery fiction.  However, we especially invite proposals on authors who write in less commonly spoken languages; proposals dealing with female, minority, and GLTB authors; and proposals which analyze literature and/or film from different literary standpoints (feminist, psychoanalytical, Marxist, etc.).  In other words, Detective/Mystery fiction is more than Sherlock Holmes.

Romance Fiction and American Culture (deadline 1/4/10)

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 11:13am
William Gleason/Princeton University and Eric Selinger/DePaul University

 

Call for Proposals and Essays

Romance Fiction and American Culture: Love as the Practice of Freedom?

Last April, Princeton University hosted an unprecedented two-day conference on popular romance fiction and American culture.  Gathering scholars, authors, editors, and bloggers, this interdisciplinary gathering featured panels on romance and history (both political and literary), romance and religion, romance and sexuality, and romance and race; each explored the ways that popular romance fiction has reflected, and also helped shape, American culture from the late 18th century to the present.  

Call for Submissions: Currents in Teaching and Learning

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 10:51am
Currents in Teaching and Learning

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS, CURRENTS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING

Volume 2,Number 2, Spring 2010

Currents in Teaching and Learning is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that fosters exchanges among reflective teacher-scholars across the disciplines.

 Currents invites submissions for its Spring 2010 issue, including:

—Short reports from all disciplines on classroom practices (2850-5700 words).

—Longer research, theoretical, or conceptual articles and explorations of issues and challenges facing teachers today (5700 – 7125 words).

"New Worlds: Cross-Cultural Exchange East and West"

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 9:50am
Department of English Graduate Program, University of Maryland

CALL FOR PAPERS "New Worlds: Cross-Cultural Exchange East and West" Graduate Conference in Medieval and Renaissance StudiesApril 17, 2010 University of Maryland, College Park 

Keynote speaker: Bruce Holsinger, Professor of English and Music, University of Virginia

 The Department of English at the University of Maryland and the Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute at George Washington University invite graduate students from across the humanities to submit presentation abstracts for "New Worlds," a one-day conference to be held on April 17, 2010.  

Borderlines XIV: Codices and Codification 9 - 11 April 2010

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Monday, October 12, 2009 - 8:46am
Queen's University Belfast

The Borderlines postgraduateconference series traditionally explores the theme of marginal, transgressive,and shifting identities in the Middle Ages. This year's conference seeks toexamine the anxieties surrounding these ever-changing identities. These anxietiesgave rise to an increasing number of attempts to control and (re)define theindividual's role within community, Church, and social strata through sumptuarylaws, Episcopal decrees (e.g. Arundel's Constitutions),devotional guides (e.g. The Lay FolksCatechism), etc. This year's Borderlines seeks papers which deal with theseattempts to regulate and define the individual and the community as well as thespaces in which people interacted.