The Early Modern Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, invites paper proposals for its 2023 conference, “EBBA’s 20th Anniversary: Back to the Future.” This interdisciplinary conference celebrates the culmination and 20th anniversary of the English Broadside Ballad Archive (ebba.english.ucsb.edu). It thus encourages thought about EBBA’s past, present, and future as well as the role of digital archives in general. It will be held at UCSB on February 24 and 25, 2023 and will include a grand “Night of Songs” (reception, dinner, and ballad singing) on the evening of the 24th.
Webinar on E-literature organised by the Dept. of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi to be held from 16- 17 January, 2023
We invite artists, independent scholars, Ph.D researchers, academicians and practitioners to submit original research papers, case studies and media artefacts for the webinar on E-lit organised by the Dept. of English, Jamia Millia Islamia.
E-LITERATURE: EXPLORATIONS IN LITERARY CREATIVITY
Resources for American Literary Study, a journal of archival and bibliographical scholarship in American literature, invites submissions for our upcoming issues. Covering all periods of American literature, RALS welcomes both traditional and digital approaches to archival and bibliographical analysis.
Founded in 1971, RALS remains the only major scholarly periodical of its kind. Each issue includes, in addition to archival and bibliographical research, related book reviews and a unique “Prospects” essay that identifies new directions in the study of major authors. Our editorial board consists of leading scholars from an array of fields and subfields in American literary study.
CFP - HyperCultura - no. 11/2022
We just want to remind you to submit articles for our next issue, due March-April 2023. Continuing the last issue’s approach, and in accordance with the times we live in, we will welcome papers on the following themes: NATIONALISM/ POST-NATIONALISM, COLONIALISM/ POSTCOLONIALISM/ DECOLONIZATION, RACE, GENDER STUDIES, ETHNICITY, and IDENTITY. Following our Journal’s profile, we only receive articles on the following domains: LITERATURE (not classic), MEDIA STUDIES, FILM STUDIES, VISUAL AND PERFORMATIVE ARTS, and TEACHING (language and literature). Comparative papers are encouraged, although this is not a “must."
Call for Papers
Like A Version: Adaptations, Reboots and Remakes in Popular Culture
PopCRN (the Popular Culture Network) is back with a virtual symposium exploring adaptations, reboots and remakes in popular culture. To be held online on Thursday 1st December & Friday 2nd December 2023.
Pauline E. Hopkins in Comparative Perspective
The Pauline E. Hopkins Society invites proposals that examine any aspect of Hopkins’ work or life from a comparative perspective for presentation at the 34rd Annual American Literature Association Convention, to be held in Boston, May 25-28, 2023. Papers may put Hopkins in dialogue with any of her contemporaries or examine her work in relation to any later writer(s), such as Gwendolyn Brooks, Toni Morrison, or Octavia Butler. We especially welcome submissions examining Hopkins in relation to popular culture (e.g. Wakanda, Lovecraft Country) and speculative fiction.
Call for Papers
‘Dieu et mon droit (God and my right)’: representations of the British royal family in popular culture
PopCRN (the UNE Popular Culture Network) are exploring the concept of royalty with a virtual symposium focused on the representations of the British royal family in popular culture to be held online on Thursday 28th & Friday 29th September 2023.
The British monarchy has played a leading role in various ways over the last millennium of world history and as such have been frequently depicted in popular culture from the plays of Shakespeare to the extensive coverage in popular magazines.
Call for Papers
Flying High: Aviation in Popular Culture
Aviation Cultures Mark VII
PopCRN & Aviation Cultures are celebrating the 54th anniversary of the first lunar landings with a virtual conference exploring all things aviation in popular culture to be held online on Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd of July 2023.
The Latina/o/x Literature & Culture Society of the American Literature Association
34th Annual Conference: May 25-28, 2023
Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA
This year the Latina/o/x Literature & Culture Society welcomes submissions focusing on diverse topics including literary genre, single authors, children’s literature, speculative fiction, comparative analyses, as well as cultural studies approaches. We also encourage a variety of theoretical and interdisciplinary prisms, and a variety of panel types, including traditional paper sessions, roundtable discussions, and sessions dedicated to the teaching of Latina/o/x literature.
The Soul of Cinema: Essays on Arts & Faith’s Top 100 Spiritually Significant Films
Since 2004, readers and writers at the Art & Faith website have created six lists of “spiritually significant” films, culminating in its 2020 iteration of the group’s Top 100 films. (To see this list visit http://artsandfaith.com) To celebrate the most recent list, the editors will be publishing an anthology of essays through Cambridge Scholars P.
Imprisoned ‘Self’: Narratives of Loss, Guilt, Transformation
Guest Editor: Ayan Chakraborty (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India)
Pakistani Literature in English: Rethinking Conventions and Conflicts
Guest Editor: Javaria Farooqui (COMSATS University Lahore)
SEX, SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN SCIENCE FICTION
Stella Incognita Annual Conference Sorbonne University, Institute of Slavic Studies, Paris
April, 5 – 7 2023
Call for Papers
The Réseau Art Nouveau Network, as part of its 2023 activities, is organising a series of ten online conferences addressed to a scientific and professional audience, although the particularity of the theme will certainly arouse the interest and curiosity of the large community of Art Nouveau enthusiasts. After the success of 2022, this second series of conferences is dedicated to "Restoration". Architects, craftsmen and professionals are invited to present Art Nouveau places and spaces that have been restored, conserved and converted. We want to highlight good practice in the restoration of different materials and the solutions adopted that respect and enhance the spirit of the place.
It has been decades since linguistics began to transcend beyond the study of structure. Linguistics has departed from the confines of phonetics and phonology (the study of linguistic sounds), morphology (the study of word formation), syntax (the study of the structure of phrases, clauses, and sentences), and semantics (the study of meanings). Countless studies have been undertaken involving linguistics and other related disciplines.
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
The 20th century has been characterized by the expansion of the mass media and the emergence of mass culture. Photography, cinema, radio, television, music and video games have played a fundamental role in the dissemination, production and reproduction of images and ideas which shaped collective mentalities in the twentieth century.
This CFP is aimed at those researchers who are researching in popular culture in Spain through photography, cinema, television, radio, music or video games. The format of the seminar will be hybrid, being able to present a communication (10 minutes) in person or online, in Spanish or in English.
CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Animation and the Ancient World
Chiara Sulprizio, Vanderbilt University
C. W. Marshall, University of British Columbia
No matter how many years have passed since the end of the Golden Age of Hollywood, this era never seems to leave the popular imagination. James Dean and Judy Garland remain household names; modern celebrities still seek to emulate the glamour of this bygone time; and audiences still go to see contemporary biopics and television shows about stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Joan Crawford, and Bette Davis. There is something about this moment in American moviemaking that grabbed the public’s attention and has never let go, even as the larger cinematic landscape continues to change dramatically.
Gylphi Contemporary Writers: Ali Smith Symposium.
Call for Papers
One day symposium at the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge on Wednesday 26th April 2023
Keynote: Dr Kaye Mitchell, Director of the Centre for New Writing, University of Manchester.
Hurston, Woman on Fire!
Bethune-Cookman University welcomes proposals for its annual Zora Neale Hurston Conference to be held virtually on February 16-17, 2023.
Hurston, Woman on Fire! celebrates Hurston’s spirit of resistance, reflected in her life and her work, and recognizes established and emerging scholarship. Student panels will be included this year as well.
You are invited to submit abstracts for individual or panel presentations on topics related to Hurston or that reflect her multidisciplinary interests. Presentations can be scholarly, pedagogical, and/or creative.
The Graduate Students Association (GAFIS) of the French and Italian Department at UW-Madison invites submissions for the 36th Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium, Living the Land. Global and Local (Trans)Formations.
The symposium will take place on March 31st and April 1st, 2023, at the Pyle Center in Madison (WI).
CALL FOR PAPERS
FOR PUBLICATION IN MEJO (MELOW Journal) 2022
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF T.S. ELIOT’S THE WASTE LAND
International David Foster Wallace Society 2023
“The Subject and Art”
Call for Abstracts
June 22 – 24, 2023
Conference Director: Vernon W. Cisney,
Chair and Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Gettysburg College
Lee Konstantinou, Associate Professor of English, University of Maryland, College Park,
Author of The Last Samurai Reread and Cool Characters: Irony and American Fiction
We are pleased to announce that the 2023 Association of Adaptation Studies Conference is taking place at the University of Birmingham. Please see below for the call for papers, and check back for more details of the conference as we get closer to the event.
Call for papers
Authenticity and Adaptation: Association of Adaptation Studies Conference
The previous CFP for the Baltic Horror collection had a problem with the email that has been fixed. Thus, the deadline has been extended. Please, consider send your abstracts and queries.
Editor: Fernando Gabriel Pagnoni Berns. Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
The sea is calm tonight.
The tide is full, the moon lies fair
Upon the straits; on the French coast the light
Gleams and is gone; the cliffs of England stand,
Glimmering and vast, out in the tranquil bay.
(Matthew Arnold, “Dover Beach”)
We are seeking additional contributors for our edited collection of scholarly essays on these recent changes in the complexity of time-travel media (film, television, gaming, music media, or literature). The primary argument framing for this collection emphasizes the increasing narrative complexity within recent time-travel media. Submissions that are interdisciplinary in theory and method are welcome, especially those in popular culture, science fiction, fantasy, genre studies, critical media studies, narratology, etc. Abstracts and papers discussing recent time-travel media, approximately within the last decade, may include but are not limited to research concerning narrative structure, theme, genre, reception, comprehension, and other relevant topics.
THE BANSHEE, the leading journal for women who scream, publishes new poetry, fiction, non-fiction, art, and drama by women. Now accepting submissions for Issue 3 on the theme of HOMELANDS.
The Banshee accepts creative, journalistic, and academic submissions of up to 3,000 words in length, with no minimum length. We particularly welcome pieces of 900 words or less. Topics might include, but are not limited to:
The Kate Chopin International Society is seeking individual proposals for two sponsored panels
at the 2023 American Literature Association conference in Boston, Massachusetts, May 25–28,
The first panel, a roundtable on “Teaching Kate Chopin,” seeks short (seven- to eight-minute)
papers/remarks that address an aspect of or strategy for teaching Chopin’s life or work. Proposals
should include a title, your name and affiliation, and a paragraph about your proposed remarks.
The second panel seeks proposals relating to any aspect of Chopin’s life or work. Proposals for
presentations no longer than twenty minutes should include a title, your name and affiliation, and
a 200- to 400-word abstract.
At its 48th Annual Conference (Knoxville, TN, May 24-27, 2023), titled Crossings: Africans Moving In/Across Space and Time, the African Literature Association (ALA) proposes to focus on migrations and other forms of movements of Africans and their descendants.