CFP Graduate Conference "Dissemi(nations): Embedded Identities in Cultural Con/Texts."
The graduate students from the Dep. of Languages and Literaute at the University of Utah invite you to their 6th annual interdisciplinary conference on April 8 & 9, 2011. This year's theme is "Dissemi(nations): Embedded Identities in Cultural Con/Texts."
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Martin Puchner(Harvard University)
"World Literature and the Creation of Literary Worlds"
Confutati invites graduate students working on any world literature and cultural productions to submit their abstracts. Topics include but are not limited to: translation, hybridity, travel narratives, orientalism, displacement, globalization, cosmopolitanism, deterritorialization, migration and exile.
Submit abstracts (250-300 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb 1st, 2011. Presentations should be in English and time is limited to 20 minutes. Presented papers will be considered for publication in our academic journal "The Utah Foreign Language Review." For more information go to www.confutati.org