2017 is the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death. Austen has become one of the most discussed and beloved literary figures; indeed, her status as one of our most beloved literary figures has often influenced the ways in which her life and works are discussed within critical circles. Eve Sedgwick famously announced that Austen criticism is "notable not just for its timidity and banality but for its unresting exaction of the spectacle of a Girl Being Taught a Lesson." This special issue of Rhizomes invites critical articles and creative works that dismiss both this legacy of timidity and the tendency to exact pedagogical spectacles through scholarship.
This CFP is for a Modernist Studies Association panel proposal (Amsterdam, August 10-13, 2017).
Postwar Geographies: Discussions of literature, 1945-1975, wherein mapping, locating, traveling, place-making, or turf-marking has a significant role: the Iron Curtain, the color line, “the women’s room(s),” Model Cities, etc. Abstracts to email@example.com by 16 January 2017.
Postwar Iconicities: Discussions of literature, 1945-1975, treating iconic persons or milestone events historical or fictionalized. Postwar literature regarding fame, celebrity, infamous crime or court cases, quintessential Americanness. Abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 January 2017.
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples is a multidisciplinary, internationally peer-reviewed journal published continually online as well as in quarterly print issues. AlterNative presents scholarly research on Indigenous worldviews and experiences of decolonization from Indigenous perspectives from around the world. AlterNative publishes articles in English but also welcomes submissions in Indigenous languages, as well as ones that have been previously published in an Indigenous language and are translated into English.
16th Triennial EACLALS Conference
April 3-7, 2017
Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain
Performing the Urban: Embodiments, Inventories, Rhythms
Call for papers:
The Cinema Televison Literature Society welcomes proposals for two panels to be held at the 2017 ALA Conference in Boston, May 25-28, 2017.
The first panel, “Recent Critical Work on Film and Television Adaptations of Literary Narratives” seeks four presentations based on American literary works adapted for feature film or long format episodic series.
The second panel “Film and Literary Texts” seeks four presentations on the use of literary texts in feature films or long format episodic series or the use of film or long format episodic series in literary works.
WORLD LITERATURE AND GLOBAL CORE TEXTS
An international conference
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Singapore University of Technology and Design
26-27 June 2017
Chair, Department of Comparative Literature
Ernest Bernbaum Professor of Comparative Literature
Director, Institute for World Literature
JOURNAL OF GLOBAL STUDIES AND CONTEMPORARY ART,Vol. 4 (2016)
Open call for participation in the thematic issue:
Editor: Julia Ramírez Blanco
Universitat de Barcelona
Critical Cartography of Art and Visuality in the Global Part III R+D Project(I+D+I HAR 2016-75100-P).
Art Globalization Interculturality R+D Project (AGI/ART: 2014SGR 1050)
PI: Dra. Anna María Guasch
Reception of Abstracts: December 1 - January 15, 2017
Reception of Articles: January 15 - April 15, 2017
Open Call for Papers, Issue 2.1 (Spring 2017)
February 24-25, 2017
Though scientifically dense and tethered to biology, ecology—particularly in its multiple, ecologies—is an area rich for discussion and interpretation. At its root, the word “ecology” comes from the Greek word oîkos, meaning “house.” At its most basic translation, “ecology” becomes “study of the house,” and is open for the complex questions about this space of living and interaction.
Aelurus is an annual journal that publishes literary and theoretical scholarship from graduate students, which is run and staffed by graduate students in Weber State University's Master of Arts in English program. As such, Aelurus is devoted to a publication process in which we foster and lend experience to the scholarly endeavor of fellow graduate students. We welcome the perspectives of all people and are committed to furthering diversity in academia.
Scholarly Articles (15-20 pages in length, but we will not turn away exceptional works that are outside of these margins)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED to DEC. 30.
From March 21-24, 2017, the Humanities Division at Essex County College will host its Fifth Annual Humanities Conference, "Radical Humanities: The Radical Tradition in the Humanities." Although the idea of radicalism can, in some ways, seem antithetical to our understanding of "tradition," this conference will, in part, examine the roots and patterns of radical thought in humanities discourse (including literature, philosophy, art, music, theater, dance, media, architecture, and design) as well as explore works, ideas, and movements that may be seen as radical or revolutionary.