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The Caterpillar Chronicles - Spring Issue - Call for Submissions

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Saturday, January 29, 2011 - 11:07am
The Caterpillar Chronicles

We are currently accepting submissions for the Spring issue of our literary & arts magazine, which will be published on our website in April 2011.

The deadline for these submissions is MARCH 25.

Our second issue will not be themed, so we are open to many types of submissions. However, we are looking for specific types of texts and images for each section as detailed below.

IMAGE & TEXT
For the next issue, we have selected Andrew Abbott's painting "Killer Quaker" as a starting point for texts of fiction or poetry (please check our website to view the image). We accept submissions of poetry or short poetic fiction (~ 500 words) based on the proposed image.

New Horizons: Crossing the Borderlands of the Humanities - May 11-13

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Saturday, January 29, 2011 - 8:15am
The Aberystwyth University English and Creative Writing Postgraduate Conference Committee

The Aberystwyth University English and Creative Writing Postgraduate Conference is accepting abstracts for New Horizons: Crossing the Borderlands of the Humanities, the annual conference to be held 11 May to 13 May 2011.

The Journal of Muslim-American Literature (JML) seeks original scholarship and cultural production for its pilot issue.

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Saturday, January 29, 2011 - 5:58am
Dr. Joseph Rega

The Journal of Muslim-American Literature (JML) is a pilot project made possible by a United States Department of State grant. Its main purpose is to help establish the critical terms and parameters of Muslim-American literature/cultural production, clearly distinguishing it from any ethnic, racial or cultural identifier.

Young Hemingway / 2012 MLA Convention, Seattle

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 11:29pm
The Ernest Hemingway Society

The Ernest Hemingway Society will sponsor one panel at the Modern Language Association Conference in Seattle, WA, January 5-8, 2012.

Evidence--Victorian Division panel for MLA 2112 (Seattle)

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 6:55pm
MLA Division on the Victorian Period

In the sciences, in the humanities, and in everyday life, evidence differs among (and is contested within) different disciplines, historical moments, and epistemologies. We seek papers that take up the question of evidence in the Victorian Period and that reflect upon our own evidentiary practices.

Practical Approaches to Teaching Southern Writers Outside the South [Deadline March 1, 2011]

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 4:53pm
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Associaiton

PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO TEACHING SOUTHERN WRITERS OUTSIDE OF THE SOUTH
A Society for the Study of Southern Literature Roundtable

Rocky Mountain MLA 2011
Scottsdale, AZ
October 6-8

CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline: March 1, 2011

The Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association invites submissions to
an SSSL roundtable session on teaching southern literature outside the
South for its 2011 convention. Submit descriptions of proposed
remarks and a brief CV to Tara Powell at tfpowell@gmail.com by March
1.

[UPDATE] Special Topics Session: "Productive Silences" (Annual RMMLA Conference October 6-8, 2011)

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 3:04pm
Pamela J. Rader/ RMMLA 2011 in Scottsdale, AZ

Special Topics Panel: Productive Silences
History and the history-making process, while seeking to remember, often call attention to singularity of perspective, which results in silencing the memories of survivors. Literature then steps in to fill the gaps or the lacuna of silence. In this imaginative, fictional realm, silence and those silenced by historians, dictators, and forgetfulness find agency. Understood as a form of resistance, silence becomes a literary ruse: a voice or a perspective that once lacked agency now finds a place on the page.
Narratives that use ruses of hidden or lost documents (such as letters, journals, and oral testimonies) are particularly interesting.

Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature Session-SCMLA-27-29 October 2011

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 1:29pm
South Central Modern Language Association

Abstracts are invited for consideration in the Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature Regular Session at the 68th Annual SCMLA convention in Hot Springs, Arkansas, 27-29 October 2011. This session welcomes papers that address any topic in British Literature of the Long Eighteenth Century. Please send 250-300 word abstracts with full contact information to chappell@tarleton.edu no later than 26 March 2011. Please include on your abstract full contact information (name, affiliation, address, email). Presentation time is limited to 20 minutes. Please be aware that membership is required for participation in the annual conference and must be in place by 23 May 2011.

New Approaches to Civil War Poetry (MLA 2012)

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 1:25pm
Melville Society and Dickinson International Society

New Approaches to Civil War Poetry | MLA 2012

A Collaborative Panel Organized by the Melville Society and Emily Dickinson International Society

As the most cataclysmic event in American history, the Civil War produced a vast amount of poetry about the war effort. New approaches to Civil War poetry by Dickinson, Whitman, and Melville have investigated the influence print media, reportage, graphic design, and photography on their poems and developed new theories on the relationship between text and print. Abstracts of 250-500 words and a 2-page CV should be sent by March 10, 2011 to epetrino@fairfield.edu and jf284@georgetown.edu.

"Isms and Ologies: Reading, Teaching, Theorizing, Writing": Graduate English Conference, April 16, 2011

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 12:45pm
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT

The twelfth annual Graduate English Conference at Southern Connecticut State University seeks submissions for "Isms and Ologies: Reading, Teaching, Theorizing, Writing."

An "Ism" is kind of doctrine, philosophy, or belief systems that strives to organize and thus make sense of the world. "Ology" comes from the Greek logos, meaning the "study of" something. Isms, then, might be said to put the frame or the lens first, while ologies privilege the object of study.

Evelyn Waugh Undergraduate Essay Contest, 31 Dec. 2011

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 10:44am
John H. Wilson / Evelyn Waugh Society

Subject: any aspect of the life or work of Evelyn Waugh. Prize: $250. Judged by editorial board of _Evelyn Waugh Newsletter and Studies_. Deadline: 31 December 2011. Submit to: Dr. John H. Wilson, Dept of English, Lock Haven Univ, Lock Haven PA 17745 (USA), or jwilson3@lhup.edu

[UPDATE] Lost and Found: Nostalgia in Media - February 25th and 26th, 2011

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 10:13am
New York University - Department of Cinema Studies

Call for Papers: LOST AND FOUND: Nostalgia in Media

NYU Cinema Studies Student Conference, Spring 2011

February 25-26, 2011 -- New York University, New York, NY

The New York University Cinema Studies department is excited to announce the 2011 Student Conference. Each year, our goal is to bring together scholars from a variety of departments and disciplines in order to address the transformations currently shaping the field of cinema studies. We look forward to providing students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels with an opportunity to present their ideas to their peers. Organized by and for students, the conference offers a unique forum for intellectual dialogue and stands as a valuable learning experience.

Oxford Brookes Symposium on Music and Publishing, April 11th 201

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Friday, January 28, 2011 - 9:01am
Dr Jan Butler, Popular Music Research Unit, Oxford Brookes University

The Oxford Brookes Popular Music Research Unit, in association with The Royal Musical Association and The Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, is holding a one-day symposium exploring links between music and publishing in its broadest sense on April 11th, 2011. This event is intended to bring together academics, journalists and publishers to explore this previously neglected area which offers exciting opportunities to tap into current concerns about the effects of the internet on the dissemination of music, to explore how our experience of music is shaped by publications relating to it, and to explore more broadly the important issue of the relationship between music and commerce, both in a historical context and in the present.

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