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CSUF Creative Writing and Composition Conference

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 8:28pm
CSUF Creative Writing Club & Teaching Writing Club

CSUF Creative Writing and Composition Conference (14 -15 April 2010; Deadline 26 March 2010)

full name/name of organization
California State University, Fullerton, Department of English, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics
Creative Writing Club (CWC)

contact email
jisip@fullerton.edu

cfp categories
graduate conferences
poetry
rhetoric and composition
theater

CSUF, Fullerton, California, 14-15 April 2010
Call for Academic Proposals, Poetry, Short Fiction, and Scripts

[UPDATE] Visual Interpretations at MIT May 20-22, 2010 (CFP deadline March 31); REG now available

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 3:12pm
Kurt Fendt, Executive Director / MIT HyperStudio for Digital Humanities

"Visual Interpretations" - Aesthetics, Methods, and Critiques of Information Visualization in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

May 20-22, 2010 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology/HyperStudio

http://hyperstudio.mit.edu/h-digital/

REGISTRATION PAGE NOW AVAILABLE: http://www.regonline.com/Checkin.asp?EventId=817200

Animal Studies and American Indian Literatures

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 2:18pm
Dustin Gray and Brian K. Hudson

We are now accepting submissions for a collection of essays to be potentially published in a special issue of Studies in American Indian Literatures focusing on the intersections of Animal Studies and American Indian literatures. The proliferation of scholarly attention in the humanities to animals has been evident in the last decade. In 2009, both the journal of the Modern Language Association (PMLA, March issue) and the Chronicle of Higher Education (October issue) gave considerable space to the study of the relationships between human and nonhuman animals.

Topics on American Indian literatures may include but are not limited to:

SCMS Queer Caucus Mentorship Program --- DEADLINE EXTENDED MARCH 1, 2010

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 12:54pm
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Queer Caucus

SOCIETY FOR CINEMA AND MEDIA STUDIES QUEER CAUCUS MENTORING PROGRAM -- CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

In 2010, the Queer Caucus at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies is piloting a queer mentoring program.

The program pairs early career LGBTQ scholars working in film and
media studies with more experienced scholars who have survived the trials and tribulations of beginning an academic career, and who have kindly volunteered to share some of their wisdom with younger or less experienced queer scholars.

South Asian Popular Culture - Special Issue

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 12:36pm
Priya Jha, University of Redlands

Intensive Bollywood: Media and Nonlinear History in South Asia
Special Issue: South Asian Popular Culture, October 2011

How do we approach the emergence of various media forms? From radio to the mobile phone, from tamashas to Bollywood, different affects and novel perceptions resonate with new media ecologies. These media processes are covered over by a form of criticism that takes the actual media form for history itself. We are interested in returning criticism to the nonlinear field of potentiality from which these actual media forms emerge. The dominance of Hindi-Urdu cinema in South Asian media studies has shaped popular cultural criticism, to the point of often occluding this history.

IASA/YIISA Global Antisemitism International Conference -

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 11:08am
Ulrike Becker/ International Association for the Study of Antisemitism

"Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity"

Monday, August 23rd – Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Yale University, New Haven, CT

The International Association for the Study of Antisemitism (IASA) is a newly formed professional association, which aims to represent scholars and intellectuals engaged in the study of antisemitism across the globe regardless of school of thought, scientific approach, academic discipline or ideological view. Created to advance knowledge pertaining to the origins and manifestations of antisemitism, IASA recognizes the aspirations of scholars in all disciplines.

Virtual Education CFP - March deadline approaching - rolling submissions

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 9:58am
Virtual World Education

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Virtual Education

Virtuosity: Dedicated to Virtual Education

Virtuosity is a new, blind peer-reviewed e-journal focusing on distance education, hybrid learning and teaching experiences. As a third party service provider dedicated to serving educational institutions and their virtual world needs, Education Services Management Group has assembled a number of virtual world educators and administrators to serve as editors and peer reviewers for an audience of virtual teachers, administrators, and students. The journal is expected to publish quarterly, beginning on the 15th day of April. Therefore, we are soliciting pieces for this new, ongoing education e-journal with a rolling deadline.

Popular Fictions: Selling Culture 20th-21st November 2010

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 8:12am
Association for Research in Popular Fictions

Popular fictions: selling culture?

Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November 2010
Liverpool John Moores University, UK

We welcome papers considering popular narratives or cultural practices across any media (film, television, graphic novel, radio, print, cartoons and other narrative art, online), historical period and genre.

Topics for this conference might include, but are not limited to:

ROCK ON: Women, Ageing and Popular Music

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 7:44am
Abigail Gardner and Dr. Ros Jennings, University of Gloucestershire

Rock On': women, ageing and popular music investigates a series of increasingly important issues for popular music studies relating to age and performance. The book comprises of a collection of essays which focus on influential women performers and explores the ways that their ageing has impacted on their performance strategies, star persona and their relationships with audiences and the popular music press. These aspects amplify and intersect with issues of genre, sexuality, and race that are at the heart of academic studies of popular music artists.

History and Migration: "Beyond the Border, Behind the Men. The Invisibility of Female Migration"

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 7:29am
University of the Basque Country - Department of Modern and American History

The main subject of the meeting will be the study of female migration. We would like to propose to open an space for the reflexion on both the relevance of female migration as an autonomous process within the general frame of historical migratory processes, especially overseas, and the supposed "invisibility" that still afects the knowledge of this important chapter. Actually, there have been some degree of misunderstanding, and even unknownness, on the role played by women in the development of migrations, from the very first moment of taking the decision of migrate, to the processes of adaptation and integration in the host society, as well as their role in the transmission of ethnic features as language, religion or customs from the Old country.

[UPDATE]"The Foreignness of Foreigners: Cultural Representations of Otherness in Britain", DEADLINE EXTENSION: 5 MARCH 2010

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 7:24am
Université Lille 3 Charles-de-Gaulle, (Lille, France)

Call for papers :

The foreignness of foreigners: cultural representations of Otherness in Britain (17th-20th centuries)

An international conference to be held at Université Lille 3 Charles-de-Gaulle, in Lille (France) on 17 and 18 March 2011.

Keynote Speakers: Professor Linda Colley, Princeton University and Professor Kathleen Wilson, State University of New York, Stony Brook.

Affecting Feminism: Feminist Theory and the Question of Feeling (5/15/10; 12/10/10 - 12/12/10)

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - 7:07am
Newcastle University, UK

Newcastle University, U.K.
10-12 December 2010

Keynote Speakers: Ann Cvetkovich, Kate Chedgzoy,
Ranjana Khanna, Alison Light, Patricia Waugh

Over the past decade, there has been a notable turn to feeling or emotion across the humanities, social sciences and neurosciences. Affecting Feminism brings into focus the particular impact that feminist theory has played in this work on feeling and considers emotions from the mediaeval to the modern.

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