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CFP: Black Poetry Out of the Archive (5/6/06; MSA, 10/19/06-10/22/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Grant Jenkins

Call for Papers

 

Panel for Modernist Studies Association 8

University of Tulsa

Oct 19-22

 

Black Poetry Out of the Archive

 

Because poetry written by blacks in the United States since the turn of
the 20^th Century has mainly been defined in terms of its oral or
experiential power, little attention has been given to the literate
aspects of that poetry's development, production, or publication.
Archives, of course, are the record of such literate processes, and many
of the archives of some of modernism and postmodernism's most important
black writers have yet to be adequately studied for the critical light
they can shed on the poetic work.

 

CFP: The American Environment, Within and Without (grad) (6/30/06; 9/28/06-9/29/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Rebecca Onion

The American Studies Graduate Committee at the University of Texas at Austin calls for papers for
its upcoming graduate conference, "The American Environment: Within and Without," to be held in
Austin on September 28-29, 2006.

"Environment" is a term which invites myriad interpretations in varied contexts. Our conference
theme urges participants to explore the American environment both inside and across these
different contexts. We encourage the consideration of all types of environments, including the
musical, literary, religious, political, psychological, natural, built, social, and transnational,
and those which merge or transcend these types.

CFP: The American Environment, Within and Without (grad) (6/30/06; 9/28/06-9/29/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Rebecca Onion

The American Studies Graduate Committee at the University of Texas at Austin calls for papers for
its upcoming graduate conference, "The American Environment: Within and Without," to be held in
Austin on September 28-29, 2006.

"Environment" is a term which invites myriad interpretations in varied contexts. Our conference
theme urges participants to explore the American environment both inside and across these
different contexts. We encourage the consideration of all types of environments, including the
musical, literary, religious, political, psychological, natural, built, social, and transnational,
and those which merge or transcend these types.

CFP: The American Environment, Within and Without (grad) (6/30/06; 9/28/06-9/29/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Rebecca Onion

The American Studies Graduate Committee at the University of Texas at Austin calls for papers for
its upcoming graduate conference, "The American Environment: Within and Without," to be held in
Austin on September 28-29, 2006.

"Environment" is a term which invites myriad interpretations in varied contexts. Our conference
theme urges participants to explore the American environment both inside and across these
different contexts. We encourage the consideration of all types of environments, including the
musical, literary, religious, political, psychological, natural, built, social, and transnational,
and those which merge or transcend these types.

CFP: The American Environment, Within and Without (grad) (6/30/06; 9/28/06-9/29/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Rebecca Onion

The American Studies Graduate Committee at the University of Texas at Austin calls for papers for
its upcoming graduate conference, "The American Environment: Within and Without," to be held in
Austin on September 28-29, 2006.

"Environment" is a term which invites myriad interpretations in varied contexts. Our conference
theme urges participants to explore the American environment both inside and across these
different contexts. We encourage the consideration of all types of environments, including the
musical, literary, religious, political, psychological, natural, built, social, and transnational,
and those which merge or transcend these types.

CFP: The American Environment, Within and Without (grad) (6/30/06; 9/28/06-9/29/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Rebecca Onion

The American Studies Graduate Committee at the University of Texas at Austin calls for papers for
its upcoming graduate conference, "The American Environment: Within and Without," to be held in
Austin on September 28-29, 2006.

"Environment" is a term which invites myriad interpretations in varied contexts. Our conference
theme urges participants to explore the American environment both inside and across these
different contexts. We encourage the consideration of all types of environments, including the
musical, literary, religious, political, psychological, natural, built, social, and transnational,
and those which merge or transcend these types.

CFP: The "F" Word: The Next Season (5/24/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 4:12pm
Jennifer-Scott Mobley

***please feel free to forward this to any interested students, colleagues
or list-serves *****

 

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago

Deadline for Submission May 24th

 

The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:

 

CFP: The "F" Word: The Next Season (5/24/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 4:12pm
Jennifer-Scott Mobley

***please feel free to forward this to any interested students, colleagues
or list-serves *****

 

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago

Deadline for Submission May 24th

 

The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:

 

CFP: The "F" Word: The Next Season (5/24/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 4:12pm
Jennifer-Scott Mobley

***please feel free to forward this to any interested students, colleagues
or list-serves *****

 

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago

Deadline for Submission May 24th

 

The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:

 

CFP: The "F" Word: The Next Season (5/24/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 4:12pm
Jennifer-Scott Mobley

***please feel free to forward this to any interested students, colleagues
or list-serves *****

 

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago

Deadline for Submission May 24th

 

The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:

 

CFP: The "F" Word: The Next Season (5/24/06; Women and Theatre, 8/1/06-8/2/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 4:12pm
Jennifer-Scott Mobley

***please feel free to forward this to any interested students, colleagues
or list-serves *****

 

Graduate Student Working Group- The "F" Word: The Next Season

Call for Participants

2006 Women and Theatre Conference August 1-2, Chicago

Deadline for Submission May 24th

 

The mission of this working group is to create a student-driven roundtable
as part of an effort to engage more grad students in the conversation
surrounding feminism, as well as to establish a stronger network, and an
ongoing discussion amongst graduate scholars in WTP related fields
surrounding the following questions:

 

CFP: Free Speech and Chicago (4/25/06; MMLA, 11/9/06-11/12/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:08pm
KEHprof_at_aol.com

"Free Speech and Chicago." This panel will explore the political, economic,=20
and cultural influences which are particular to the city of Chicago, as well=
 as=20
the influence of forums and the art of soapboxing. Around 1913, Chicago was=20=
a=20
hotbed for the emergence of trade unions and labor movements mostly notably=20
the Industrial Workers of the World, better known as IWW and the Wobblies.=20
These groups brought to the forefront a public awareness of social injustice=
s as=20
well as oppressive political ideals. Their goals were social reform and a=20
return to a democratic society that encourages its citizens to speak out for=
=20

CFP: Free Speech and Chicago (4/25/06; MMLA, 11/9/06-11/12/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:08pm
KEHprof_at_aol.com

"Free Speech and Chicago." This panel will explore the political, economic,=20
and cultural influences which are particular to the city of Chicago, as well=
 as=20
the influence of forums and the art of soapboxing. Around 1913, Chicago was=20=
a=20
hotbed for the emergence of trade unions and labor movements mostly notably=20
the Industrial Workers of the World, better known as IWW and the Wobblies.=20
These groups brought to the forefront a public awareness of social injustice=
s as=20
well as oppressive political ideals. Their goals were social reform and a=20
return to a democratic society that encourages its citizens to speak out for=
=20

CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: Mapping the Uncanny in 20th-c. Irish Literature (5/15/06; 11/23/06-11/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
CBMurat_at_aol.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

Mapping the Uncanny in 20th Century Irish Literature

International Conference organized in Brest University by the CEIMA researc=
h=20
center (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires du Monde Anglophone,=20
Universit=E9 de Bretagne Occidentale), 23-25 November 2006:

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

CFP: Mapping the Uncanny in 20th-c. Irish Literature (5/15/06; 11/23/06-11/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
CBMurat_at_aol.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

Mapping the Uncanny in 20th Century Irish Literature

International Conference organized in Brest University by the CEIMA researc=
h=20
center (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires du Monde Anglophone,=20
Universit=E9 de Bretagne Occidentale), 23-25 November 2006:

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

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