Welcome to the 3rd Conference on the Globalization of Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education (G-SLATE 2017). This international, peer-reviewed event will be held at the Hotel Clio Court next to Hakata Station in Fukuoka, Japan. Opening remarks, featured presenters and the welcome reception will be on Sunday, July 30, followed by the main presentation days on Monday, July 31.
The “LLC – International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture” is a peer reviewed journal. We welcome submissions focusing on theories, methods and applications in Linguistics, Literature and Culture.
According to LLC policy, the journal will provide:
– An agile and objective review procedure
(a review form is available on the website: see submission part)
– A letter of acceptance, which is issued right after positive reviews
– No additional costs for hard copies and post fees
Following the South Atlantic Modern Language Association’s 89th Conference’s theme of “High Art/ Low Art: Borders and Boundaries in Popular Culture,” abstracts are invited for the Pre-1900 American Literature Panel, titled
“Scribbling Americans: Appropriation and Subversion in Literary Arts High and Low”
NEOLIBERALISM IN LITERATURE AND MEDIA STUDIES
This session welcomes abstracts on any aspect of Neoliberalism in Literature and Media Studies. Paper proposals addressing the SAMLA 89 theme (High and Low Culture) are especially welcome. By June 1, please submit a 250-500 word abstract, brief bio, and A/V requirements to Michael Blouin, Milligan College, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watermark, the annual, peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by graduate students in the English Department at California State University. Long Beach, is now seeking submissions for our eleventh volume. The journal is dedicated to publishing original, critical, and theoretical papers concerned with literature of all genres and periods, as well as representing current issues in the field of rhetoric and composition. Watermark also accepts reviews of books recently published in these fields of study. As this journal is intended to provide a forum for enlarging voices, only student work will be considered.
The editors of Textshop Experiments invite submissions via essays and video essays, reviews, conference reports, and multimodal projects for its forthcoming Open Issue to be published in May 2017. Works can be submitted on any topic related to the following:
At the 2005 annual meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Gregory L. Ulmer reminded conference-goers of the importance of understanding our relationships to writing and print, the apparatus from which our identities, perspectives, theories and practices emerge. Over the course of thirty years and eight books, Ulmer has called for us not only to be aware of the emerging apparatus he dubbed “electracy” but also to help invent and shape it.
Call for abstracts related to black baseball and in particular black baseball in Harrisburg. Abstracts should be 250 words along with a brief biographical note and full contact information. Abstracts welcome from all disciplines and from faculty and students. If your proposal is for a poster please indicate that in your abstract. all proposals should be sent to email@example.com. Or by mail to Leslie Heaphy, KSU at Stark 6000 Frank Rd North Canton, OH 44720.
There are strong indications that a significant transformation is underway in the so-called “Humanities.” After a period of intense crisis and uncertainty, in which the human sciences have frequently sought to mirror or approach the hard sciences, the beginning of the twenty-first century seems to witness a broad renewal of disciplines, approaches and methodologies. From the questioning of its traditional foundations, the Humanities are reinventing themselves by a broad reconfiguration of its borders and even of the notion of “humanity” that served as its cornerstone.
Call For Papers
Cross-Currents: Finding Fluidity in Identity, Discipline, and Media
Saturday, April 8, 2017 Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA
With Keynote Address by T. Austin Graham (Columbia University)
Call for Proposals
Blurred Lines: Digital Reading and Writing in Composition Studies (tentative title for edited collection)
Editors: Mary R. Lamb, Clayton State University and Lynée L. Gaillet, Georgia State University, Georgia State University
PRISONS AND PRISON WRITING IN EARLY MODERN BRITAIN
Northumbria University, Newcastle, Monday 10 April 2017
A Regional Day Conference of the International John Bunyan Society, organized in association with the University of Bedfordshire, Keele University, and Northumbria University
Plenary speakers include Dr Jerome de Groot, University of Manchester and Professor Molly Murray, Columbia University, New York.
CALL FOR PAPERS
This panel invites papers on any aspect of war literature or film to be presented at the 2017 annual convention of the South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA) on October 5-8 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Special consideration will be given to papers that involve (however peripherally) this year's conference theme, "Moving Words: Migrations, Translations, and Transformations." Accepted panelists will be required to have up-to-date SCMLA membership no later than 4/15/2017.
Please send a 250-300-word proposal and brief academic bio to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 31, 2017.
The Society for Contemporary Literature, a group dedicated to the study of literature of the last 25 years, invites 300-word abstracts for presentations at the 27th Annual Conference of the American Literature Assoc. This panel seeks to explore the trends in literature of the past 25 years, especially the future of genre fiction. Starting points for discussion may include, but are not limited to
- Genres of popular fiction
- Genre/generic conventions
- Blurring/disappearing genre lines
- Multi-genre literature