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Beyond Walls: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Anguilla Conference 4/28-29/2011

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 8:05pm
U of West Indies, Open Campus Anguilla

A Multi-disciplinary Conference focusing on issues of relevance to Anguilla

April 28-29, 2011

Submissions should include:

A cover sheet containing the title of the paper, author's address and contact information, (Email/
Tel/Fax number), institution, a 25 word summary and author's bio-data of approximately 50 words
for inclusion in the conference programme.

One page with a 250-word abstract of the paper.

Submission Deadlines:

Abstract by November 30, 2010.

Full Paper by March 31, 2011.

Send submissions to:

anguilla@open.uwi.edu

For more information contact:

The UWI Open Campus

The Valley, Anguilla

American Indians Today/12-15-2010/ 04-20-23-2011

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 6:04pm
Richard L. Allen, PCA/ACA & Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations

Call for Papers: American Indians Today Area

PCA/ACA & Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations
Joint Conference
April 20--‐23, 2011
San Antonio, TX
http://www.swtxpca.org
Proposal submission deadline: December 15, 2010

Conference hotel: Marriott Rivercenter San Antonio
101 Bowie Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205 USA
Phone: 1-210-223-1000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/satrc-san-antonio-marriott-riverce...

Forms of Devotion: Fan Culture(s) and Transformative Works (ACLA, Vancouver, March 31- April 3, 2011)

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 5:38pm
Regina Yung Lee, University of California, Riverside

As Donna Haraway puts it, "when were love and knowledge not co-constitutive?" How, then, does fan culture work in the plurality of linguistic, cultural, and geopolitical conditions facilitated by new media, and specifically the online environments which define contemporary fandom experience? What are its canons? Who actively reads fandom's texts, and what does that literacy entail? And whose purposes do these questions serve?

CFPs: German Literature & Culture, PCA/ACA San Antonio, TX, April 20-23, 2011

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 2:42pm
PCA/ACA Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association

CFPs: German Lit and Culture, PCA/ACA, San Antonio, TX , April 20-23, 2011 Panels: Teaching GER Culture, Sarrazin Debate; Media Studies; Mixing Lit: GPS/E-Book; GER Creative Writing; Gaming Violence;

Teaching German Culture in German Studies
Papers dealing with materials, theories, and approaches to teaching culture in German programs are sought. Topics and approaches can range from the use of texts and instruments (questionnaires, texts, films, on-line resources) to inform students about intercultural practice and cultural constructs (ethnicity, gender, disability, etc.) to materials and theories on how to encourage students to engage in creative-critical work on German Studies.

UPDATE: Reading Benjamin Reading, ACLA Vancouver (Deadline: 11/12/10; Conference: 3/31/11-4/3/11)

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 2:41pm
Brooks E. Hefner

In 1927, exactly one hundred years after Goethe first used the term "Weltliteratur," Walter Benjamin returned to Berlin from Moscow. He had spent his time there reporting on developments in Russian literature and film, and he arrived to find that his German translation of Marcel Proust's Within a Budding Grove had been published to strong reviews. Such multi-lingual and multi-national literary undertakings are central to Benjamin's entire corpus. While not a major figure in most narratives of world literature, Benjamin's involvement and theoretical interest in questions of translation, media, and cultural history suggest ways of placing him in these important contexts. But how do we read Benjamin's own reading?

Second Biennial Conference of the Defoe Society, 14-16 July 2011 [UPDATE]

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 11:42am
Dr Andreas Mueller, University of Worcester (UK)

The University of Worcester, UK, will host the second biennial meeting of the Defoe Society on 14-16 July 2011. The society's continued ambition is to attract contributions that range across the extraordinary variety of activities and writings of Daniel Defoe and his contemporaries. The conference's aim is to encourage fresh examination of the socio-cultural and literary milieu of Grub Street and its "duncical" authors and "Scriblerian" enemies.

CFP: Cross-Ethnic Literary Consumption: Asian American and Native American Connections (AAAS New Orleans/May 18-21, 2011)

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 11:12am
Association for Asian American Studies

Call for Third Paper for Panel on "Asian American and Native American Literary Connections" for the 2011 Association for Asian American Studies Conference

Drawing on the work started in the September 2010 special issue of American Quarterly, we seek an additional paper for a panel on Asian American and Native American literary connections. As Paul Lai and Lindsey Claire Smith, the guest editors of that special issue, note in their introduction, the two fields are connected via their placement under the umbrella of "ethnic studies," but often diverge in terms of assumptions, approaches and focus.

CFP: 'Nabokov and Morality' Symposium

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 10:33am
Michael Rodgers

Call for Papers: Two-day Symposium

'Nabokov and Morality'

University of Strathclyde, 5th & 6th May 2011

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Michael Wood (Princeton)

Papers are invited for a two-day symposium at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on the 5th & 6th May 2011. The event will involve 15-20 speakers over two days and be based on papers/presentations of 20 minutes each plus 10 minutes for questions. Both days will conclude with a roundtable discussion.

Changing the Language Game (Due: Dec 15, Conference: Jan 28)

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 9:51am
UNC Charlotte English Graduate Student Association

UNC Charlotte's English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) is proud to announce its 11th annual conference and call for papers. Our conference is the largest and longest running student-led conference in the southeast. This year, come and see how the rules of the game are changing.

The UNC Charlotte English Graduate Student Association invites faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates to submit an original essay or presentation for the annual spring semester conference.

The writing of Rose Macaulay, in her historical and cultural context 23 September, 2011

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 3:56am
Institute of English Studies, University of London

This symposium offers an opportunity to focus the mind on Rose Macaulay's writing in her life, and to consider her work in its cultural context.
The day will be organized as a series of 20-minute papers, beginning with a talk by Sarah LeFanu, Macaulay's most recent biographer, on researching Macaulay's life, and is open to all who have an interest in Macaulay, as a forum to discuss how they have been drawing on her life or writing in their own research, in their own writing, or in another aspect of culture or criticism, perhaps travel writing or journalism.

ATHE's Music Theatre/Dance Focus Group: Bruce Kirle Memorial Emerging Scholarship Panel

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Monday, October 18, 2010 - 1:25am
ATHE’s Music Theatre/Dance Focus Group

The Music Theatre/Dance (MT/D) Focus Group of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) announces its call for papers for the "Bruce Kirle Memorial Emerging Scholarship Panel in Music Theatre/Dance" for the 2011 ATHE conference in Chicago, IL (August 11-14, 2011). This annual panel is held in memory of Dr. Bruce Kirle, a longtime member of the Music Theatre/Dance focus group. Dr. David Savran will serve as the respondent. Dr. Savran is the Vera Mowry Roberts Chair in American Theatre at the CUNY Graduate Center as well as the editor of The Journal of American Theatre and Drama. His most recent book, Highbrow/Lowdown: Theater, Jazz, and the Making of The New Middle Class, was published in 2009 by the University of Michigan Press.