CFP: The Dramas of Michael Field:
Ana Parejo Vadillo and Amy Kahrmann Huseby, eds.
CFP: The Dramas of Michael Field:
Ana Parejo Vadillo and Amy Kahrmann Huseby, eds.
This session explores recent developments in the study of academic labor in the humanities. Topics may include contingency, graduate workers, undergraduate labor, university staff, or related issues.
Please submit 250-500w abstract and a brief bio via email.
This guaranteed session for the 2023 Modern Language Association Convention is sponsored by the HEP Teaching as a Profession Forum Executive Committee. Accepted papers are guaranteed inclusion on the MLA 2023 program. If accepted, you must be or become an MLA member by April 1, 2022.
The 11th Graduate Conference in Literature, Politics, and Aesthetics at Binghamton University Hosted by the Department of Comparative Literature:
Call for Papers
Ungendered Flesh: A Feminist Politics Of Refusal
Keynote: Dr. Joy James, Williams College
April 8-9 2022
The Association for Documentary Editing invites nominations for the 2021-22 Boydston Essay Prize. The prize will be awarded to the best essay or review published between January 1 and December 31 2020, the primary focus of which is the editing of a volume of works or documents. The award carries a cash honorarium of $500. Eligible essays may have been published in digital and print journals, monographs, and collections. Please submit nominations and citations in the body of an e-mail to the address below and attach the essay or review to be considered. Self-nominations are welcome. Nominations are due by 1 April 2022. The winner will be awarded at the ADE annual meeting in June 2022.
Call for a special issue of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews on the topic of 'Conceptualizing Heterodox Palaeoscience'
Science has gone down into the mines and coal-pits, and before the safety-lamp the Gnomes and Genii of these dark regions have disappeared … From within them she has brought the bones, and pieced together the skeletons, of monsters that would have crushed the noted dragons of the fables at a blow.
-Charles Dickens, review of The Poetry of Science by Robert Hunt, Examiner (9 December 1848)
"PROSOPOPOEIA TODAY: POETICS AND POLITICS"
issue 6 (2022)
2i | Journal of Identity and Intermediality Studies
Deadline for submissions of contributions: 15 July
Editors: Amândio Reis (U. Lisbon) and José Bértolo (NOVA U. Lisbon)
After careful consideration, due to the increase of Covid-19 cases, the NJCEA board has decided that the 44th Annual Conference will be virtual this year. We have reduced the conference fee to $10.00 and the NJCEA membership fee remains at $20.00. This means that the total cost of the conference including membership is only $30.00.
Call for Proposals 44th Annual NJCEA Conference
March 19, 2022
Hosted by Seton Hall University Via Teams
Pathways to Diverse and Inclusive Curricula: The Way Forward
Many academic institutions have been evaluating their diversity and inclusion statements. At the department level, several faculty members recognize that their curriculum also needs to be evaluated.
The Call for Submissions for Issue 5 of the interdisciplinary, nineteenth-century journal, Romance, Revolution and Reform is now live!
For more details on the journal and our submission guidelines, please visit our website: www.rrrjournal.com
Radical Thinking in the Long Nineteenth Century
To be radical is to be ‘characterized by independence of or departure from what is usual or traditional; progressive, unorthodox, or innovative in outlook, conception, design’ (OED n.7).
JAMES JOYCE: ULYSSES 1922–2022
XXVIII INTERNATIONAL JAMES JOYCE SYMPOSIUM
12–18 June 2022
Trinity College Dublin
University College Dublin
CALL FOR PAPERS – TRANSLATION PANEL
‘TRANSTEXTUAL ULYSSES: TRANSLATING INTERTEXTUALITY, INTERTEXTUALITY IN TRANSLATION’
Tattoos, Arts and Graphic Narratives
16 - 17 June 2022
(Musée d’art et d’histoire Paul Eluard, Saint-Denis)
Comidas, Cocinas, y Cultura: Food in Latinx Children’s and Young Adult Literature
Since the introduction of large-scale quarantine and social distancing measures in March 2020, literature conferences have increasingly turned toward examining themes of "emergency" and "crisis." In the midst of this proliferating focus on conditions of catastrophe, however, we might also ask what modes of life, affect, and community formation persist even beyond, alongside, or within crisis. Can we conceive of crisis not as a totalizing event that defines all forms of vitality that exist within its purview, but as a lived environment in which we can discover and facilitate forms of ongoingness that resist the surrounding catastrophes?
ABOUT CONFERENCE:7-8 April 2022, ONLINE (via Zoom)Affects, emotions and perceptions have always been at the center of philosophical discussion. Yet the so called “Affective turn” in social studies and humanities is relatively a new phenomenon inspired by Deleuze and Guattari´s influential works among others. Affective turn challenges the still dominant representational approach in semiotics, discourse analysis and text analyses of all kind. Its goal is to overcome human exceptionalism together with the domination of the word-based language over the other forms of expression in the process of creating meaning and knowledge altogether.
Call for Papers: English Department Symposium, University of Alabama (September 8-10, 2022)
UCL's English Journal is seeking reviews of poetry, novels, plays, film adaptations, and critical monographs relating to the theme of unfeeling. Ideally, texts for review should have been published in the last two-three years.
Suggestions for review:
Cathy Park Hong’s Minor Feelings (2020)
Patricia Lockwood’s Nobody is Talking About This (2021)
Xine Yao’s Disaffected (2021)
Tomáš Jirsa’s Disformations: Affects, Media, Literature (2021)
Peter Gizzi, Now It’s Dark (2021)
UCL's Moveable Type invites submissions of your creative nonfiction, poetry, fiction and drama relating to the theme of unfeeling for its Autumn 2022 issue.
We welcome submissions about:
Climate change narratives
The ruse of universal feelings
Sympathy, or a lack thereof
The medicalization of feeling
Apathy and/or despair
Extended Deadline - 22nd March
‘Unfeeling’ in relation to literature may evoke thoughts about depictions of cold-hearted characters, or repressive worlds in dystopian literature. It may also evoke the supposedly “emotionless” character of disinterested responses to art and literature, and of data-driven distant reading techniques. Affect and reader-response theories tell us that our feelings matter when we read, but which feelings have historically been prioritised and at whose expense?
Not I: 50th Annyversary
Nov. 2, 3, 4, 2022
Assumption University -- Worcester, Massachusetts
Now accepting paper proposals for Not I: 50th Annyversary. This event will celebrate Samuel Beckett’s short play “Not I,” which turns 50 this November. Papers may concern any element of “Not I” or the theme of identity in any of Beckett’s work. Graduate students are encouraged to submit.
All panels are plenary and will take place at Assumption University (about an hour outside of Boston). Leading Beckett scholar S. E. Gontarski will be the special guest. The event will also include a performance of “Not I.”
Proposal submissions for the Interdisciplinary Studies panel at South Central Modern Language Association's 2022 conference are currently being accepted. We encourage graduate students at the MA and PhD level to submit as well. There is no theme this year for the conference or the panel. A variety of approaches and topics may be submitted for this panel. The 2021 conference's topics were wide ranging.
SCMLA is a hybrid conference and will be held in Memphis October, 13-15, 2022. In 2021, panelists presented in-person and virtually to an in-person and virtual audience. Details can be found at https://www.southcentralmla.org/conference/
Rethinking Teaching and Learning Italian: Cross-institutional Practices
Organizers: Enrica Aurora Cominetti (University of Guelph), Andrea Privitera (St. Jerome’s University – University of Waterloo)
"Now the arts connect":
Tom Phillips’ Constellations
October 6-7, 2022
The year 2016 was a very special one for English artist Tom Phillips. It was in October of that year that the final version of A Humument was published, a work unlike any other which occupied fifty years of the life of its author since its inception in 1966.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
SOURCES IN EARLY POETICS (Brill)
Proposals are invited for a new edition and translation series with Brill!
Join us for an online launch event on 16 March, 17:30-19:00 GMT, featuring addresses from the editors and a roundtable discussion with Prof. Gavin Alexander (Cambridge), Prof. Rita Copeland (Penn), Dr Lara Harb (Princeton), Dr Aglae Pizzone (Southern Denmark), and Prof. Filippomaria Pontani (Venice). Free registration via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sources-in-early-poetics-launch-and-roundta...
Submissions revisiting "emancipation" (as key term) in global and comparative context: emergence and evolution of the term; political, religious, economic, social, and legal contexts; relation to post/colonialism, feminism, abolitionism, slave trade, desegregation, assimilation, etc. 250-word abstracts and bio.
Notes: This is a guaranteed panel sponsored by the CLCS Global Jewish forum at the MLA. We are hoping to solicit proposals from different areas for this comparative panel. (MLA 2023 will take place in San Francisco, 5-8 January)
Call for Submissions
A Collective Address to Death
The Ohio State University Comparative Studies Department
Spring Conference | May 13th-14th, 2022
(In-person or virtual TBD)
A Collective Address to Death
The Ohio State University Comparative Studies Department seeks submissions for a spring graduate conference to be held on May 13th-14th, 2022. This conference aims to extend the conversations generated through a graduate seminar centered on Religion, Medicine, and the Body to scholars across disciplines, by providing an opportunity to collectively address themes of death, dying, and what comes after.
For an upcoming special section, the editors of PRS are seeking research that uses performance as an analytical method to understand the structure, function, use, meaning, or affects of classical religious, philosophical or religious texts. The problem of how to ‘activate’ classical texts for contemporary readers is difficult, and in recent decades, some scholars, artists and religious professionals have turned to making their own live performances responding to classical texts—in a wide variety of forms and settings—as a means of doing so. In this work, they often are forced to make complex decisions that highlight the assumptions, meanings, and consequences embedded in these texts that may not be as visible to the non-performative reader.
Irish Studies: Pasts, Presents, and FuturesAmerican Conference for Irish StudiesApril 29-30, 2022Online
Our “Bridges” conferences provide an international venue and opportunity for academics and professionals from various arts- and humanities-related fields the world over to come together, exchange ideas and learn from each other. Please consult our website at www.bridgesacrosscultures.org or click on this link: https://bridgesacrosscultures.org/how-to-submit Submissions will include:
Annual conference of the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies (CRQS), Woodbrooke, Birmingham UK and the Quaker Studies Research Association (QSRA)
Online Events, 7 April, 12 May, 9 June, 8 September, 13 October 2022
Quakers and Encounters
The 2022 annual conference of the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies (CRQS) and the Quaker Studies Research Association (QSRA) is exploring the theme of Quakers and Encounters in a series of five short online sessions spread across the year.
Call for Contributions
BTS: A Critical Reader
Co-edited by Patty Ahn, Michelle Cho, Frances Gateward, Vernadette Gonzalez, Rani Neutill, Mimi Thi Nguyen, and Yutian Wong
BTS is the biggest popular music act on the planet, with a passionate fandom of unprecedented size and diversity. As a multi-faceted cultural phenomenon, BTS has often brought forth reductive claims of universal appeal to explain their global success.
The omnipresence of religious rhetoric in medieval French culture is among the most salient and often among the most alienating cultural juggernauts faced by students and scholars alike. Yet, sacred biography–hagiographical, Marian, and Christological–has not fully found its place in the discipline of medieval French studies.