SAMLA Conference 2013 Conference
November 8-10, 2013
Marriott Atlanta Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
SAMLA Conference 2013 Conference
Romanticism has not yet come to its end.
–Heidegger, Contributions to Philosophy
What interests us in romanticism is that we still belong to the era it opened up.
– Lacoue-Labarthe and Nancy, The Literary Absolute
What is ultimately at stake here can be formulated in terms of the following question which weighs upon us and threatens to exhaust us: can we be delivered, finally delivered, from our subjection to Romanticism?
– Badiou, Theoretical Writings
'Post-Romantic' is, in its way, as uncertain and fluid a term as 'Romantic'; it is a necessary term, however…'
– O'Neill, The All-Sustaining Air
Call For Papers for Feminist Theory and Pop Culture, Forthcoming in 2015 from Sense Publishers
Contact: Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, Ph.D., Editor. firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Submissions: June 15, 2013
Deadline for Chapters: April 30, 2014
EXTENDED DEADLINE for proposals: 8th March 2013
We are excited to announce our plenary speaker will be Professor Tim Fulford currently at De Monfort University of Leicester, author of Literature, Science and Exploration in the Romantic Era: Bodies of Knowledge.
On the 23rd of April the University of Bristol will be hosting its annual postgraduate half-day conference. This will be an opportunity for all postgraduates -- taught or research -- working in the field of English Literary Studies to come together to discuss the relationship between Science and Literature.
Have you found yourself thinking beyond the boundaries of current viewpoints?
How has the framework of your field of research or interest changed?
Are you pursuing unconventional approaches regarding your field of expertise?
If you have any food for thought, if you have developed any insight to share, here is the place.
As evinced by the popular recent television show The Americans, in which deep-cover Soviet agents are depicted in a 1980s U.S. lovingly rendered in "retro" styling, the Cold War retains a hold on the twenty-first century popular imaginary even as it recedes further into the past. This panel seeks to assess the continuing significance of the Cold War in the sphere of contemporary cultural production, whether its spectral presence manifests itself as nostalgia, as with The Americans, or as apocalyptic anxieties (e.g. ambivalence about nuclear technology in the wake of the recent Fukushima Daiichi disaster).
Although European thought has traditionally placed 'nature' in opposition to 'culture', as the title UN/NATURAL HISTORIES suggests, the world in which we find ourselves and the narratives we tell about it can also be seen to stand in a shifting and mutually influential relationship to one another. Recent work in eco-criticism has emphasised the importance of the relationship between our environment and the literary work we produce; while in popular culture, programmes such as the BBC's Unnatural Histories (2011) investigate the ways in which even the most pristine 'natural' spaces can be seen as human constructions.
Volume 19 of EJES
Deadline for proposals: 31 October 2013
Guest Editors: Virginia Richter (Bern) and Pieter Vermeulen (Stockholm)
34th APEAA Meeting
Academy as Community:
English and American Studies in Portugal and Europe
Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon
9-10 May 2013
NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE deadline for proposals: 31 March 2013
NEW notification on the acceptance of proposals: 9 April 2013
This one-day symposium is organised by Contempo, the Centre for Contemporary Poetry which is run jointly by Aberystwyth and Bangor Universities.
It will consider the scope and applicability of the ideas of Pierre Joris and Allen Fisher and related poetics, including issues of translation and place-specific writing, in the light of the archipelagic World-and-UK context of the many 'devolved voices' of contemporary poetry.
We would like to bring your attention to TWO edited books as follows: (1) Case Studies in Intelligent Computing – Achievements and Trends (2) Case Studies in Secure Computing – Achievements and Trends. These books would be published by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis and is anticipated to be in print by December 2013. We kindly request you to contribute chapters for these books based on your research area.
Dr.Biju Issac, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, UK
Dr.Nauman Israr, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, UK
In 2010, Belgium (via its institutions, the media and civil society) celebrated the 50th anniversary of Congolese independence with a certain glorification of Belgo-Congolese relations. Yet, Belgium is far from having fully entered a postcolonial era of self-criticism. Despite the indisputable postcolonial historiographical renewal of the 1990s, the dominant ideology appears as permanently caught up in the paternalistic myth of a glorious and civilising colonial mission. The public apologies that followed the commissions of inquiry that brought to light the violence of the colonial power (e.g.
This panel will explore issues of childhood and hybridity in the fiction and film of Indian diaspora, looking at how childhood is represented and/or constructed at the moment of cross-cultural encounter. How are childhood and identity represented in texts or films whose child characters straddle geographical and cultural worlds?
The special theme for the 2013 PAMLA conference is "Stages of Life: Age, Identity, and Culture."
Email questions or queries to: email@example.com
Please submit a 250-word abstract and 50-word bio via PAMLA's online submission form at: http://www.pamla.org/2013/
Deadline: April 15, 2013