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Changing Cultures... Veterinary Medicine & Literature

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 7:23pm
Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph

May 10th and 11th, 2010
Ontario Veterinary College,
University of Guelph

A two day symposium on veterinary medicine and the literary arts.
Co-sponsored by the society for veterinary medicine and literature

Examining the role of poetry, fiction and essays in veterinary medicine and exploring how literature enriches relationships among veterinarians, their clients and nonhuman animals. The event will bring together writers, veterinarians, veterinary students and scholars in diverse disciplines to explore common themes in veterinary medicine and literature.

The symposium organisers welcome papers on any aspect of veterinary medicine and the literary arts, including:

Call For Undergraduate Papers: The Local Culture Journal (Deadline: Dec. 20)

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 4:07pm
Local Culture / Augustana College (IL)

Local Culture seeks the submission of undergraduate essays for its Winter edition. Submission length should range from 1,500 to 8,000 words (approximately 5 to 20 pages, double-spaced) and should include a 100-word abstract.

[Update] Visual Arts in the 21st Century

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 1:13pm
Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities

In the wake of the digital revolution and globalisation policies the whole world is witnessing formation of certain conditions which are having and will continue to have tremendous impact on the production, reproduction, access, dissemination and appreciation of visual arts. While the old art forms and artworks are being revisited and reproduced in wholly new ways and for a variety of purposes, new types in the forms of digital arts are surfacing not only on the internet but also every place of our visual culture. The place and workplace of the artist also has undergone a radical change.

Ruminations, Inaugural issue--Spring 2010: "Blasphemy" (submissions due 1/15/2010)

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 12:18pm
A Literary Journal for Masters Students/New York University Evening Papers

Ruminating, or chewing and digesting information, stands as the hallmark of literary criticism. This journal aims to provide a place for masters' students to publish work that wrestles with the foundational problems of literature and literary study in creative, challenging and innovative ways.

Bad Taste in Anglo-Saxon Popular Culture, University of Tours, France, June 3-4, 2010, deadline February 28, 2010

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 11:25am
Université François-Rabelais de Tours, GRAAT, France

Taste as a socio-cultural, aesthetic, sociological, economic, and anthropological concept implies distinguishing, evaluating and judging, and also establishes boundaries between styles. Judging what is good or bad taste is about drawing distinctions, and in the philosophical aesthetic tradition it pertains to a universal attitude which is impossible to prove and which takes for granted the existence of a sensus communis, or common understanding. For Kant, "the judgement of taste is not founded on concepts, and is in no way a cognition, but only an aesthetic judgement" (Critique of Judgement).

Open Topic Panel on Pauline Hopkins at the 2010 American Literature Association Conference in San Francisco May 27-30

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 9:53am
John Gruesser/Pauline Hopkins Society

Call for Papers: Open Topic Session on Pauline E. Hopkins.

The Pauline Hopkins Society seeks proposals for an Open Topic panel at the 2010 American Literature Association Conference in San Francisco May 27-30. Papers may examine any aspect of Hopkins's life and work including but not limited to her drama, fiction, biographical writing, oratory, journalism, editorial work, and ethnology. Especially welcome are proposals for papers that discuss significant literary, political, and historical influences on Hopkins and/or her influence on others, especially journalists, historians, and political activists.

Poe and Reputation, ALA San Francisco, May 27-30, 2010

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Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 7:54am
The Poe Studies Association

Poe and Reputation, ALA San Francisco, May 27-30, 2010.

Papers might address Poe's efforts to promote and defend himself, his brushes with fame during his lifetime (e.g. "The Gold Bug" and "The Raven"), the attempts to damage and restore his good name after his death, his reception and reputation at home and abroad, and his elevation to the status of major writer and pop culture icon in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. 250 word abstracts and brief bios (three to four sentences) in MS Word to John Gruesser at jgruesse@kean.edu by Jan. 15,, 2010.