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Film Studies at PAMLA (Deadline: 4/5/2010)

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 10:57pm
PAMLA (Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association)

ATTN: PAMLA's 2010 Conference in Hawaii: Film Studies Panel(s)
(DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: 4/5/10)

Aloha Concerned Cinema Citizens,

PAMLA (Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association) is the western regional affiliate of MLA. The 2010 conference will take place November 13-14 at Chaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaii.

PANEL DESCRIPTION: F I L M S T U D I E S

Renaissance penitential poetry; RSA Montreal 2011

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 10:37pm
Chad Engbers / Calvin College

This is a panel for the Renaissance Society of America conference in Montreal, March 2011. Presenters must be members of the RSA by the time of the conference.

The purpose of this panel is to explore poetry that represents repentance. Possible subjects include lyric poetry, devotional songs, paraphrases of the Penitential Psalms, and other versified material.

[UPDATE] Deadline Extension to May 1st: Text and Image in the Renaissance (SAMLA, Atlanta, Nov. 5-7)

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 5:10pm
Lynne M. Simpson / Southeastern Renaissance Conference

Text and Image in the Renaissance
This panel seeks papers that explore the interplay of text and image in Renaissance works. Topics might include (but are not limited to) film adaptations or appropriations of Renaissance drama; emblem literature; masques; the visuality of Early Modern theatre performance or contemporary re-stagings; neo-iconoclasm; depictions of women or race or gender; the sermon or religious service as performance; staging power; visual representations (ie. paintings, sketches, etc.) of Early Modern texts; or book covers, book making, and printing. Please send abstracts of no more than 500 words to Lynne Simpson at lsimpson@presby.edu by May 1.

International Conference: "Shifting Paradigms: How Translation Transforms the Humanities."/Urbana, IL/Deadline: April 15, 2010

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 4:39pm
The Center for Translation Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and The Université Denis-Diderot, Paris, France

October 14-16, 2010

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Levis Faculty Center

This conference will convene scholars and practitioners to present state-of-the-art research on translation and the humanities. In particular, we seek to assess if, and how, academic disciplines comprising the humanities consider translation to be constitutive of their practice.

Translation scholars have called for a paradigm shift in defining the relationship between translation and the humanities. While it is acknowledged that a large share of our common knowledge is conveyed through translation, too little has been said about the way knowledge itself is built and circulated, particularly in the domain of interpretive disciplines.

South Asian Review 31.2, due 30 June 2010

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 12:18pm
South Asian Review

SOUTH ASIAN REVIEW, the refereed journal of the South Asian Literary Association, invites submissions for the 2010 issue, Volume 31, Number 2 (October/November). SAR is a representative scholarly forum for the examination of South Asian languages and literatures in a broad cultural context. The journal invites healthy and constructive dialog on issues pertaining to South Asia, but the thrust of the dialog must be literature and the sister arts. The journal welcomes critical and analytical essays on any aspect or period of South Asian literature (ancient, precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial). SAR is open to all ideas, positions, and critical and theoretical approaches.

[UPDATE] Women's Resistance in Early Modern England - RSA 2011 Montreal (24-26 March), abstracts 4/15/10

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 12:03pm
Rachel Greenberg / Canisius College

Early Modern England was a benchmark for literary and political activity by women, from Anne Askew's Examinations in the first half of the sixteenth century to Anna Trapnel's political prophecies in the final decades of the seventeenth. While the lengthy reign and potency of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) certainly set a precedent for early modern women's writing, texts by women played a significant political role well before and after her rule, and arguably found their apogee in the ideological fervor that surrounded the reigns of her Stuart successors. More importantly, women authors actively participated in the early modern public sphere at a time when magistrates and divines were striving to situate women within the realm of the household.

[UPDATE] Modernism and Utopia: Convergences in the Arts; 23-24 April 2010

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Friday, April 2, 2010 - 4:02am
Nathan Waddell / University of Birmingham

Registration for 'Modernism and Utopia: Convergences in the Arts' (23-24 April 2010) will CLOSE on April 22nd.

In order to register, please visit the conference website at the following address (http://www.mod-utopia.bham.ac.uk/) and click on 'Conference Registration'. This will open a University of Birmingham webpage containing the registration form and details.

A conference programme / schedule will be made available in due course. If you have any questions regarding the registration process please do not hesitate to contact Nathan Waddell at modernism-utopia@hotmail.co.uk.