Title Effects: Writing Through Watershed
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
First Annual Graduate English Association Conference
Saturday, April 1, 2006
Title Effects: Writing Through Watershed
Claremont Graduate University Presents
The 2006 Early Modern Studies Graduate Symposium
Tension and Texuality in Early Modern Culture
March 25, 2006
postscript: a journal of graduate criticism and theory
is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal
published annually by graduate students in the
Department of English Language and Literature at
Memorial University of Newfoundland. Students either
currently enrolled in a post-graduate program or
having recently graduated from one are invited to
submit papers for a special issue exploring the mall
and its itinerant shoppers.
The University of Durham's Online Journal
A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English in the UK and Europe
Invites postgraduates studying in the UK and Europe to submit papers of not
more than 7000 words on a topic of YOUR CHOICE in the broad range of English
Studies for issue 13 (March 2006) of our refereed online journal. Papers must
conform to the MLA guidelines for presentation and be received no later than
DEADLINE: JANUARY 17, 2006.
This journal publishes papers from PhD, MPhil, or MA by research students
ONLY. Please, when submitting your work, include the following information in
the email: name of University, full title of program, title of essay.
Kenneth Florey, Organizer
The Seventh Annual Graduate English Conference
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT
Saturday, April 22, 2006
9:00 am-4:30 pm
Encountering the Text:
Reading, Teaching, Theorizing, Writing
UPDATE: Keynote speakers announced and paper submission
deadline extended to January 1, 2006.
Dr. Ann Larabee
Associate Chair, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures
Associate Professor, American Thought and Language
Michigan State University
Areas of interest: Disaster Studies; Cultural Impacts of
Technology; Cultural Theory; Feminism and Technology; History
Please be informed that the new deadline for submission of
abstracts is February 1, 2006. In addition, there are two
cash awards of $200 and $100 resp. for the two best
The (se)X Factor in Labor
The deadline for abstracts submissions has been extended to January 15,
MARCH 10, 2006
Plenary Speaker: Professor John Plotz, Brandeis University
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Third Annual English Graduate Conference at Brandeis University
In honor of J. Hillis Miller recently being awarded the fourth-ever Lifetime
Achievement Award for Scholarship by the MLA, the UNH English Graduate
Organization has decided to extend the deadline submission for its graduate
student conference, "Border Crossings and Boundary Definitions" to
January 1, 2006. Keynote speakers, in addition to J. Hillis Miller,
are Donald E. Pease, Jr., and Janet Aikins Yount.
Border Crossings and Boundary Definitions
Graduate Conference, University of New Hampshire
March 31-April 1, 2006
Call For Papers
Boundaries: critical and creative responses
Department of English and Drama
June 3rd 2006
10.30 am - 5.00 pm
The conference will be organized around a number of panels, each featuring
three twenty-minute papers, scheduled across the day. We hope that the day
will be as much about discussion as presentation, so postgraduates who do
not wish to present a paper are also strongly encouraged to attend.
We encourage creative and critical responses to the idea of boundaries,
which may include, but are not limited to, the following interpretations:
The deadline for abstracts (papers & panels) has been extended to
January 1, 2006.
Please email esa.conference_at_gmail.com if you have any questions.
City University of New York Graduate Center
English Student Association Conference
Conference Date: March 24, 2006
Call for Papers and Panels:
'Literature and the City' is a conference organized and sponsored by the
English Student Association at CUNY Graduate Center. This conference
seeks to bring together graduate students from a wide variety of
political, critical, and aesthetic perspectives to explore how cities
function in literature as both subject and setting. We invite papers
BITCH, WITCH, WHORE: REPRESENTATIONS OF WOMEN IN WORD AND IMAGE
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: JOANNE HOLLOWS (NOTTINGHAM TRENT)
An Inter-disciplinary Postgraduate Conference
University of Newcastle, 26 May 2006
Both historic and contemporary representations of women in word and image are understood, all too often, through the madonna/whore dichotomy: from the delicate Victorian waif to the red-lipsticked vamp of fifties film noir; from Molly Bloom to Buffy. This conference will consider iconic representations and enduring archetypes of women, addressing their persistent appeal and exposing their limitations. What makes certain versions of femininity archetypal? Can they be subverted, challenged, and/or reclaimed?
12th Annual Graduate Conference on Language and Literature: McGill
Theme: Permeability and Selfhood
March 11-12, 2006
This call for papers is for a panel to be held at Permeability and Selfhood,
the McGill Graduate Conference on Language and Literature, which will take
place March 11-12 at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Selfhood in a Posthuman Context
Concordia University - Department of English - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Fourth Annual Graduate Colloquium
March 24, 2006
Theme: The Mirror in/as Literature
The Deadline for submission has changed for Stony Brook's 2006 Graduate Conference: Voices Across Boundaries, to January 10, 2006.
FEBRUARY 24-25, 2006
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
Keynote Speaker: H. Aram Veeser, Ph.D.
Stony Brook University?s Annual Graduate Conference, the longest running graduate conference in the country, focuses on incipient and ongoing research emerging from the graduate community. Held on our Manhattan campus at the corner of 28th Street and Park Avenue in Midtown, the conference?s location reflects the vital, intellectual, and exploratory atmosphere that our past conferences have engendered.
Announcing the First Annual InterDisciplines Graduate Student Conference at
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.
Inter-disciplining the Body
Call for Papers
Online Student Journal for American Studies
The editors of NeoAmericanist, an online multi/inter-disciplinary journal
for the study of America, are issuing a call for papers among interested
Undergraduate and Graduate students. We are accepting original ARTICLES as
well as book and film REVIEWS from Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level
students on the comprehensive topic of America. The submission DEADLINE fo=
the next issue is JANUARY 1ST 2006.
Sex Matters: Sexualities across the Disciplines
An Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference
February 25, 2006
University of California, Riverside
Appel: Revue Frontenac Review
Eté 2006 : numéro 20 : « Enfance »
Nous invitons les étudiant-e-s gradué-e-s à soumettre un article écrit en
français ou en anglais pour notre prochain numéro intitulé « Enfance » -
terme que nous définissons comme la période s'achevant aux alentours de
l'age de treize ans.
Les travaux soumis pourront adopter toutes sortes d'approches critiques et
théoriques. Ils ne devront pas dépasser 20 pages et le format devra
impérativement suivre la norme MLA.
CRITICAL SENSE: A JOURNAL OF POLITICAL AND CULTURAL THEORY
CALL FOR PAPERS SPRING 2006
Utility, Excess, Value, Waste:
Interrogating the Productive and the Unproductive
Passing and Questions of Legitimacy
February 17th and 18th, 2006
Graduate Student Conference
The University of Tulsa
The deadline for submissions has been extended until the 15th of December 2005. Decisions on acceptance will be made by the first of January 2006.
We would also like to announce that Pamela Caughie, the author of Passing and Pedagogy, published by the University of Illinois Press, will be our keynote speaker.
Panel Proposal for:
=93Permeability and Selfhood=94=20
McGill University, Montreal=20
12th Annual Graduate Conference on Language and Literature=20
Painting about Poetry, Singing about Sculpture:=20
Permeability and Rivalry in the Early Modern Arts
=93If you assert that painting is dumb poetry, then the painter may call =
poetry blind painting=85
Music is not to be regarded as other than the sister of painting=85
The poet remains far behind the painter with respect to the =
representation of corporeal things, and with respect to invisible =
things, he remains behind the musician.=94
(Leonardo, On Painting)
The Object and Its Representation in Literature and Art
28th Annual Rice University Graduate Symposium, March 24-25, 2006; Rice
University, Houston, Texas
Professor Susan Staves's scholarly interests center on English literature and
history in the Restoration and eighteenth century, particularly on questions of
how ideologies are variously created and represented in texts ranging from
comedies to judicial opinions. She is the author of Married Woman's Separate
Property in England, 1660-1833 (1990) and coeditor and contributor of Early
Modern Conceptions of Property (1995). Her Literary History of Women's Writing
in Britain, 1660-1789 is forthcoming.
New Voices 2006, 'Gender and Sexuality'.
Postgraduate students are invited to submit proposals for
the annual 'New Voices' Conference, on the theme of
'Gender and Sexuality', to be hosted by the Department of
English, NUI, Maynooth, Ireland, 5-7th May 2006.
Interested postgraduate researchers should submit a paper
title with a 300 word abstract, as well as a brief biography
stating departmental/school and institutional affiliation,
to sharon.mooney_at_nuim.ie, before Jan 15th 2006.
More conference details can be accessed on the conference
Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Conference
Interface 2006: â€œRupturesâ€
Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art, and Culture
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
May 4th, 2006
Call for Papers
The Cultural Mediations program at Carleton University announces a call
for papers for its annual graduate conference to be held on campus in
Ottawa on May 4th, 2006. Details are available on the conference web
site at http://www.carleton.ca/interface/.
Please distribute widely.
Panel: The American Renaissance and New York City.
CUNY Graduate Student Conference: The City in Literature, March 24, 2006.
As the mugs sold at the New York Historical Society Gift Shop exclaim,
Emerson, in The Conduct of Life, famously pronounced, "New York is a sucked orange."
Contexts, Fields, Positions: Situating Cultural Research
Postgraduate Conference, University of East London (UK)
25-26 May 2006
This conference will provide an opportunity to consider how research
contexts shape our study of culture. In the humanities and social sciences
researchers think about and deploy the concept of culture in different ways,
and this is what we want to explore. We refer to 'research contexts' in
their broadest sense, including cultural, institutional and disciplinary
locations, theoretical positions and methodologies. How do the conditions
created and maintained within these contexts determine or shape our object
Questions central to this conference are:
The deadline for the University of South Carolina's Nineteenth-Century Graduate Literature Conference, "Nineteenth-Century Literature and the Cultural Moment," has been extended to December 5, 2005.
The conference website for the University of South Carolina's Nineteenth-Century Graduate Literature Conference, "Nineteenth-Century Literature and the Cultural Moment," is now online at http://www.cas.sc.edu/engl/19thcenturyconference/index.html.
POWER AND IMAGE IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE
Call for Papers
New York University
March 24-25, 2006