ACLA Annual Conference, March 14-17 2024, Montreal, Quebec
Call for Papers: Radical Print Cultures in the US South
University of Leeds, 15th February 2024
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Sharon Monteith (Nottingham Trent University), author of SNCC’s Stories: The African American Freedom Movement in the Civil Rights South (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2020).
Guest Editors: Susannah B. Mintz (Skidmore College) and Mark Osteen (Loyola University Maryland)
6TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM LANGUAGE FOR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION (LINCS)
Organized by the University of Latvia (Latvia)
in association with
Le Mans University (France)
I am inviting abstracts for the Northeast MLA conference to be held in Boson from March 7-10, 2024.
CALL FOR CHAPTERS. The humanitarian Crisis in the 21st century: challenges of liberal democracies to deal with the humanitarian crisis
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers
Maximiliano E. Korstanje- University of Palermo, Argentina
Christina Akrivopoulou – Hellenic Open University, Greece – Editor in Chief of Int. Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies.
Call for Papers: Citizenship Teaching & Learning
Special Issue: 'Citizenship Education and Social Action: Towards Emancipatory Education’
Vanja Lozic (email@example.com)
Saila Poulter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Deadline for online abstract submissions: 31 December 2023
Notification by: 31 January 2023
Article publication: July 2025
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Proof — American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) Annual Conference in Montreal, March 14-17, 2024
Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter. I think that 'twixt the negroes of the South and the women at the North, all talking about rights, the white men will be in a fix pretty soon. But what's all this here talking about?
Call for Papers: Animation Practice, Process & Production
Special Issue: ‘Animating Change: Women and Genderqueer Animators’
Guest editors: Tania de León Yong and María Lorenzo Hernández
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Through the centuries, humans have often shaped their social life by fictional moments and by taking part in fictional events: carnivals, representations, role plays, society plays, structured and semi-structured collective and singular moments where strictly coded contexts organize specific worlds and cultural dimensions. Play, in its wide acception and in its nature of artificial and coded mechanism, reflects historically the symbolic work by which human societies have elaborated, explained and organized the world.
Migration has been a constant feature of human history – “homo migrans” have existed ever since “homo sapiens”. Recently the themes of migration and integration have been especially topical in Europe and in other parts of the world due to massive and ever-growing movement of population. These spreading in-flows of immigrants have a strong impact on the social, economic and political climate of host countries, which are often highly challenged by the growing numbers and, therefore, have to review their immigration and integration policies to adjust to the contemporary processes of globalization. Integration is becoming more and more important at the time when migration is steadily growing and diversifying and is undergoing profound changes.
Society for Global Nineteenth-Century Studies World CongressGlobal Studies Center, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait
16-19 January 2025
Translation, Transposition, and Travel in the Global Nineteenth Century
Regenia Gagnier, University of Exeter
Marwan Kraidy, Northwestern University QatarArthur Asseraf, University of Cambridge
Sarga Moussa, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Society for Cinema & Media Studies–Translation/Publication Committee
in collaboration with
JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies
*Deadline Extended to September 30th, 2023*
CALL FOR TRANSLATIONS, 2023-2024
The Global Asias Initiative (GAI) at Pennsylvania State University, in conjunction with Japan Foundation, New York (JFNY), is conducting a three-year project aimed at kickstarting a network of junior scholars between the US and Japan who are working under the conceptual rubric of Global Asias. The goal of this three-year project is to begin building a community of scholars who are working at the intersections of Japan Studies and Global Asias approaches.
Conference onlline: 12-13 October 2023
Professor Wojciech Owczarski – University of Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Paulo Endo – University of São Paulo, Brazil
Conference 7-8 December 2023: in-person (Gdansk, Poland) and online (via Zoom) Scientific Committee:
Professor Wojciech Owczarski – University of Gdańsk, Poland
Professor Polina Golovátina-Mora – NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
CALL FOR PAPERS:
In our modern world, which some have argued to be disjointed while immersing itself ever deeper in crisis, the turning back towards “the olden days” and the ensuing nostalgia constitute a noticeable phenomenon, both individually (the memory of biogra
PCA CONFERENCE 27-30 March 2024, CHICAGO, IL
The Vampire Studies Area of the PCA welcomes papers, presentations, panels, and roundtable discussions that cover all aspects of the vampire as it appears throughout global culture.
We are pleased to announce an upcoming seminar titled “Exploring the Intersections of Animal Studies: Understanding Animals in Society”. This event aims to encourage meaningful discussions, exchange of ideas, and collaborations in the field of Animal Studies. It will bring together academics, researchers, practitioners, and activists to delve into the various aspects of human-animal relationships and their effects on society.
We welcome original research that explores different aspects of animal studies. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
● Animal Ethics and Welfare
● Human-Animal Interactions
● Animal Cognition and Emotions
● Animals in Literature, Art, and Media
● Animal Agency
Paper proposals are welcome on any aspect of Hardy’s life, work, and legacy for the Twenty-Sixth International Hardy Conference and Festival in Dorchester, UK, from July 27th—August 3rd 2024.
Proposals are now being accepted for the 2024 ASDP National Conference, which will be held in person in Boston, Massachusetts. Proposals addressing some aspect of this year’s theme are encouraged, but we welcome any that advance research, teaching, and scholarship in Asian studies. Early submissions greatly facilitate assembling meaningful panels and sessions. The deadline for paper submissions is November 15, 2023.
Call for Papers
Goblin Modes: Pleasure, Care, and Disobedience
21st Annual Interdisciplinary Conference
Department of English, Indiana University, Bloomington
Dates: Friday, March 22nd – Saturday, March 23rd, 2024
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for Indiana University’s 20th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, hosted by the Department of English. This conference will be held virtually on Friday, March 22nd and Saturday, March 23rd.
Oceans, Seas and Shorelines: a natural and cultural environmental history
A volume of multi-disciplinary essays
(Under contract with Routledge)
Deadline for submissions of abstracts:
15th November 2023
full name / name of organization:
Mark Nicholls, St. John’s College, Cambridge
Vivienne Westbrook, University of Western Australia
Is the 20 c. inheritance of literary criticism in its various modes of strong, ‘suspicious’, deep reading woefully inadequate for reckoning with the current and impending environmental crises, as many have claimed?
Critics declare that these crises demand entirely new concepts and ways of doing things, for example borrowing from the sciences and social sciences. But the practice of criticism, as opposed to its programmatic statements, remains remarkably consistent. This observation leads us to ask what kinds of environmental thinking established practices of criticism already perform. In other words, which concepts and methods that are not explicitly environmental are good for thinking environmentally?
Reproductive Justice across Disciplines and Demographics
Issues of procreation are the most troubling, disconcerting, confounding, divisive--and (therefore) interesting ones confronting feminism.
Barbara Katz Rothman, 1997
PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE THIRD ANNE LISTER SOCIETY MEETING in Spring 2024!
Following on our inaugural meeting in April 2022 and our second in 2023, we are thrilled to announce that the Anne Lister Society will reconvene for its third conference, 5-6 April 2024, in Halifax, U.K., during the events of Anne Lister Birthday Week.
NeMLA 2024 Roundtable: Mindfulness in the Academy: Multitasking and Attention
This roundtable session will discuss mindfulness practices that instructors of writing and literature can incorporate into classrooms, and it will focus especially on mindfulness' ability to assist instructors and students alike in juggling their many tasks, roles, responsibilities, and deadlines.
AMERICAN NIGHTMARES: THE INAUGURAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF THE AMERICAN GOTHIC
March 21st – 23rd, 2024
Conference director: Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, Central Michigan University
With the kind support of the American Literature Association
Proposals for individual papers, 3- or 4-person paper sessions, and 5-person roundtable sessions are solicited for AMERICAN NIGHTMARES: the inaugural symposium of the Society for the Study of the American Gothic.
The Power of One: Theories, Strategies and Case Studies in Internationalizing the Student Experience
About the Anthology
We're accepting paper proposals for the following seminar at the ACLA annual meeting, which will be held in Montreal, March 14–17, 2024. Papers should be submitted online through the ACLA portal. Feel free to email with any questions.
Organizers: Hilary Bergen (The New School), Sandra Huber (Concordia University)