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At the turn of the twentieth century, modernity positioned itself as an unsettling force that changed traditional modes of communication, facilitated new forms of transportation, and transformed social experiences. Modernity also prompted technological advances that disrupted political/cultural boundaries through war, empire expansion, economic migration, and the like. Within her Empire, England's colonies felt the longing of emancipation through the rise of nationalist movements in Ireland and India. Eventually, these movements spread across Britain's African and Caribbean holdings, as well. The RMMLA English Literature since 1900 panel welcomes presentation proposals of no more than 250 words that explore any aspect of influence that decolonization
SANE Journal: Sequential Art Narratives in Education
Call for Papers
Researchers, scholars, librarians, teachers, administrators, specialists, and advanced graduate students are invited to submit works of research, reviews, and rationales. The mission of SANE Journal is to promote research regarding the integration of comic books, graphic novels, or "other" sequential art narratives in educational settings; including the teaching of comics or the ways in which the comics medium can instruct or cause a change in behavior. Manuscripts should be submitted by March, 2019, with an anticipated publication date of July 2019.
The University of Rhode Island
13th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
April 13, 2019
Knowledge Across Borders: Conversations Among Disciplines
Dr. Solomon Friedberg
Department of Mathematics, Boston College
‘Disseminating Shakespeare in the Nordic Countries, 1789 - 1914’
We are currently seeking contributions to a planned anthology on the early reception of Shakespeare in the Nordic countries during the ‘long’ 19th century.
Extended deadline for submissions: January 31, 2019
Email your proposal to: email@example.com
- Conference date: April 5, 2019
- Venue: College of Business Building, University of Central Oklahoma
100 N University Dr.
Edmond, OK 73034
- Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration includes a luncheon featuring authentic Asian foods.
Environmentangled: A Germanic Perspective on Ecological Coexistence
11th Annual Germanic Graduate Student Association Conference at The Ohio State University
Keynote Address by Professor Caroline Schaumann
Academic Freedom and Academic Lives
The concept of “academic freedom”—always contested—has been muddied, polarized, and done violence to in recent years. This special cluster of Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly invites contributions from a variety of perspectives that seek to illuminate the politics of academic freedom and censorship in the face of rapidly escalating racist, xenophobic, anti-semitic, Islamophobic, sexist, misogynist political currents. Essays connected to personal experience, or that situate questions of academic freedom within the problem of experience as a category of scholarship and public knowledge, are particularly welcome and encouraged.
CFP: “In Forms”
University of Toronto Graduate English Conference
April 26, 2019
Toronto, Ontario Canada
“All the forms of art come to us in their own ways and allow us to make more forms, and to make this exchange” – Muriel Rukeyser
CFP: We invite paper abstracts for a proposed panel at the conference of the Canadian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (CACLALS), for Congress 2019 at UBC, 1-7 June 2018, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Problematic Sympathizing: The Globalectics of Connection through Literature
Deadline for Proposals:
7 January 2019
Dr. Geoffrey MacDonald, Independent Scholar
Nasra Smith, PhD Student, York University
The Department of Western Languages and Literatures of Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, in collaboration with Terra Critica, an international and interdisciplinary research network in the critical humanities, invites abstracts for the 3rd Interdisciplinary Ecological-Ethical Encounters: “Fragile Resistances, Critical Practices” to be held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, on May 7-8, 2019.
3rd Interdisciplinary Ecological-Ethical Encounters:
“Fragile Resistances, Critical Practices”
May 7-8, 2019
Boğaziçi University, Istanbul
27th Annual Northern Plains Conference on Early British Literature
12-13 April 2019
Call for Papers
We invite abstracts for 20-minute conference presentations on any aspect of Early British Literature from the beginnings through the 18th Century. Papers on all aspects of teaching, interpretation, and research of Early British Literature are invited. Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty are encouraged to apply.
The 2019 Keynote Address will be "The Metamorphic Worlds of Early Modern Literature," by Dr. Seth Lerer, Distinguished Professor of Literature, The University of California at San Diego.
Octavia E. Butler Literary Society
American Literature Association Annual Conference
In February 2020, Penguin Random House will publish for the first time Claude McKay’s never-released revolutionary novel, Romance in Marseille, written circa 1929-1933, edited by Gary Holcomb (Ohio U) and William J. Maxwell (Washington U in St. Louis). A “Black Spine” series Penguin Classics paperback, Romance in Marseille will be the publisher’s Black History Month selection and centerpiece of the 2020 catalogue. McKay’s late-Harlem Renaissance novel lends itself to several contemporary critical concerns: queer, disability, proletarian, black transnational, and New Modernist studies among them.