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Research papers on Pedagogy and Psychology

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 9:20pm
Scientific publishing company “Hersoie”

Warsaw, 04.12.2013

Dear Sir or Madam,
Scientific publishing company "Hersoie" invite you to participate in a collection of papers:

Research papers on Pedagogy and Psychology:

Social and psychological conditions of the educational environment in the twenty-first century

UPDATE: Culture under neoliberalism / neoliberal culture (journal articles due 1/31/14)

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 7:36pm
Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies

Over the past thirty years, it has increasingly become understood in cultural theory that neoliberalism -- the extension of free market principles and corporate structures into the wider social and cultural spheres -- has become a shaping paradigm of our daily lives. Neoliberal tenets include the model of persons as rational economic actors advancing their own interests under the banner of self-determination and choice; the elevation of enterprise along with prudent risk management; the "freeing" of capital from state control into corporate ownership; and the shifting of social responsibility from state agencies to kinship-based forms of care.

Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal invites submissions (deadline 2/15/2014)

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 6:03pm
Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Submission deadline for Issue #2: 15 February 2014
Graduate Student Essay Contest deadline: 15 March 2014

Age, Culture, Humanities promotes cross-disciplinary, critical investigations of the experiences of age, aging, and old age, as seen through the lens of the humanities and arts. The goals are to consider age as a category of identity, advance understanding of the aging process and of age differences across the lifespan, interrogate cultural articulations of aging and old age, and generate innovative, engaging scholarly approaches to the study of age and aging in the humanities.

Pennsylvania Literary Journal - Open Submissions

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 4:33pm
Anaphora Literary Press

The Pennsylvania Literary Journal is open for submissions in all genres. PLJ is a general literary journal that publishes poetry, fiction, reviews, art, photographs, interviews, as well as scholarly essays in various fields. PLJ is currently preparing to release the third issue of its fifth volume, which will conclude five years since PLJ first entered print. Pennsylvania Literary Journal (ISSN#: 2151-3066; Library of Congress Catalog Number: PN80.P46) is available through the EBSCO Academic Complete and ProQuest databases in full-text. It is also on sale as single issues on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and most other online bookstores.

[UPDATE] CFP: "Visions of Empire," 6th Annual Medievalist Graduate Student Conference, February 28, 2014

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 2:14pm
Medievalists @ Penn, University of Pennsylvania

Medievalists @ Penn (M@P) is a graduate student organization at the University of Pennsylvania invested in developing a broad interdisciplinary understanding of the Middle Ages. We are pleased to announce our 6th Annual Graduate Student Conference, "Visions of Empire."

Keynote Speaker: Maud McInerney, Associate Professor of English, Haverford College; "Crooked Greek: Genealogy and Prophecy in Geoffrey of Monmouth and Aeneid VI"

Second Annual FANS Conference

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 1:20pm
Fandom and Neomedia Studies (FANS) Association

We are pleased to announce a CFP for submissions to the First Annual Fandom and Neomedia Studies (FANS) Conference in Dallas, TX, on 7 and 8 June 2014. We are privileged to have Gilles Poitras as our keynote speaker.

Fandom for us includes all aspects of being a fan, ranging from being a passive audience member to producing one's own parafictive or interfictive creations. Neomedia includes both new media as it is customarily defined as well as new ways of using and conceptualizing traditional media.

Proposing Panel on Carlene Hatcher Polite

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 12:51pm
Proposing Panel to American Literature Association (May 22nd-25th)

Carlene Hatcher Polite published two sui-generis novels—The Flagellants (1966) and Sister X and the Victims of Foul Play (1975)—that were widely reviewed as examples of cutting-edge African American fiction and attracted positive notice from people with tastes as different as Irving Howe, Roger Ebert, and Nikki Giovanni. Yet almost 50 years after The Flagellants, the MLA bibliography lists only 9 items that have addressed her work, and none since her death in 2009: none, indeed, in the 2000s.

[UPDATE] "Sovereignty: Individuality and Empire" - Feb. 7-8 - NC Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 11:35am
North Carolina Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

The 14th annual North Carolina Colloquium in Medieval and Early Modern Studies invites graduate students to submit proposals for 15-20 minute paper presentations that engage with the theme of sovereignty in the contexts of late antiquity, the middle ages, and the early modern period. The conference will take place at Smith Warehouse (Duke University), February 7-8, 2014.

American Imperialism and Identity: National and International Understandings of the United States

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 10:50am
Durham University (UK)

Throughout the twentieth century the United States has risen to the role of World Power, with its political, cultural, social and economic influence stretching far beyond its own borders. Can the United States' actions abroad or even within its own borders be considered imperialistic? To what extent has the United States throughout its history and today been preoccupied with control and what role does the creation of identity play within this? Do the recent NSA leaks and the involvement of the United States in the Middle East come under the umbrella of a past of American imperialism or how else can these be understood? How has the role the United States plays within the world influenced identities and cultures within the United States?