Somatechnics Conference 2007
Call for Papers: International Bande Dessinée Society (IBDS) Conference 2007 (April 13 to April
14) hosted by
the French Institute, South Kensington, London.
CALL FOR PAPERS
"Creative Unity in Multiplicity:
Tagore for the Twenty-first Century"
International Conference, 23-25 March 2007
India International Centre, New Delhi
"W. G. Sebald and the European Tradition
University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom 6-9 October 2006
Deadline for proposals: 31 August.
For more than thirty years, W. G. 'Max' Sebald taught European Literature
and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia until his untimely
death in 2001. Reluctant to call his work 'novels', he published hybrid
books that meditate upon history, human tragedy, memory, writing and the
inner life. Sebald wrote against the mainstream contemporary novel, in an
CONFERENCE TITLE: "fragment, cultural histories and vocabularies of the
fragment in text and image c. 1300-2000"
3 day Interdisciplinary Conference, hosted by Department of English, and
Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Wales,
500 word abstracts for discussion papers, creative workshops,
performances/installations by 16th December 2006
Themes might include: making/unmaking, text/intertext, pastiche bricolage,
narratology and poetics, embodiment, artefacts, figments,
interdisciplinarity, memory and remembrance, archaeologies of meaning,
Selected papers to be published by Manchester University Press
The First International Making Books, Shaping Readers Conference
University College, Cork, April 18th - 20th 2007
Theme: "Making an Audience"
This conference encourages a broad interpretation of the notion of an
audience in keeping with the etymology of the word. (The term audience,
which derives from the Latin audenita, "a hearing, listening", from awis,
"to perceive physically, to grasp", and from the nineteenth century
transformation of the sense of the word to "readers of a book", reflects the
way in which technologies of the word have changed throughout history, from
oral, to manuscript, to print).
The Ninth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference will
be held in London, from 8 through 14 July 2007. Senate
House, near Russell Square in Bloomsbury, will be the
conference center where panels and plenary sessions will be
Proposals are invited on any aspect of Fitzgerald studies.
We would, however, particularly welcome such subjects as
Fitzgeraldâ€™s reputation in England, the influence of British
writers on his work, including Keats, Conrad, and the
Victorian novelists, and British writers of the 1920s whom
One-paragraph proposals should be sent to Kirk Curnutt, via
email attachment, at kcurnutt_at_troy.edu.
The Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Thomas Wolfe Society will take place
from June 8-10, 2007, in Paris, France. Please send inquiries or paper
proposals to Shawn Holliday, English Department, Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes,
KY 41844. (606) 368-6099; fax (606) 368-6218; ShawnHolliday_at_alc.edu. For
more information, see _http://www.thomaswolfe.org/_ (http://www.thomaswolfe.org/)
CALL FOR PAPERS
THE CHILD AND THE BOOK
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: LOST IN TRANSLATION
30 MARCH – 1 APRIL 2007, BOGAZICI UNIVERSITY, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
Papers are invited for the fourth annual The Child and the Book conference
to be held at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, from March 30 - April
Sustainability and the Literary Imagination:
Transdisciplinary and Intercultural Perspectives
November 18th, 2006
Department of English
National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan
Call for papers
CALL FOR PAPERS
WESTERN POPULAR LITERATURE AND ITS RECEPTION IN INDIA
Department of English, Jadavpur University,
Kolkata 700032 India Phone 91 33 24146681 Fax 91 33 24137903
The Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, invites papers for an International Conference on Western Popular Literature and Its Reception in India on 18-19 December 2006.
The Conference will address historical issues such as the following:
How western literature reached India.
Second Call for Papers
Women in Irish Culture and History
University College Dublin, October 20th-22nd 2006
*Please note the extended deadline (07/31/06) and new email address
for correspondence (irishwomen_at_gmail.com)
Eleventh Annual Australian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP)
Perilous Adventures: Creative Writing Practice and Research in the Higher Degree and Beyond
23-26 November, 2006. Brisbane, Queensland.
Invitation to Attend:
CFP for Panel on Doris Lessing and Canon Formation for the Second
International Doris Lessing Conference, Leeds Metropolitan University,
U.K, to be held July 6-8, 2007.
Proposed Panel: "Putting the 'Woman of Letters' in Her Place: Canon
Formation and the Lessing Canon"
In the past 30 years, the canon of "great literature" has expanded,
shifted, and changed. No longer primarily a list of privileged, white,
male authors, the canon as we know it in the 21st century includes
writers who represent a range of identity categories. Spaces have been
carved out for women, gay, lesbian, working-class, postcolonial, and
Literature, Aesthetics and Philosophies of History, 1860-1940
The University of Birmingham
To be held at the Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham
18th-19th January 2007
CALL FOR PAPERS
SIGHTING THE DOCUMENT: THE BUILDING OF THE ARCHIVE
Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Friday 20 & Saturday 21 October 2006
A graduate student conference event for researchers in the humanities,
funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council
7TH GRADUATE CONFERENCE IN ERLANGEN
3RD - 5TH OF NOVEMBER 2006
KOCHSTR. 4, 91054 ERLANGEN
CAPILLARIES OF WORLD CULTURE
FLUX: The University of Melbourne School of Art History, Cinema,
Classics and Archaeology's (AHCCA) FINAL Postgraduate Association
Conference will be held on the 9th and 10th of November 2006.
To mark the end of AHCCA in 2006 the Postgraduate Association is
holding a two day conference on the subject of FLUX. With its
connotations of flow and fusion, of formation, dissolution and
reformulation, FLUX reflects both the interdisciplinary spirit of this
year's conference and the current status of AHCCA within The
University of Melbourne.
UPDATE ON BORDERPOLITICS OF WHITENESS
CONFERENCE AND SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
WE ARE EXCITED TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING
-Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Quandamooka First Nation,
Professor of Indigenous Studies at Queensland University of Technology,
a leading scholar in Whiteness Studies and a founder of the Australian
Critical Race and Whiteness Studies is a keynote speaker.
- Conference Participants will have the opportunity to
be considered for refereed publication for ACRAWSA e-journal.
-Postgraduate students will be eligible to apply for an ACRAWSA
scholarship to fund their registration costs. Information will be
available on the website from mid-September.
CFP: Millennial Fictions (UK) (01/02/07 ; 07/07/07) Call for papers for a
one-day Interdisciplinary Conference hosted at University of Westminster,
The UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies in partnership with the
University of Hull invites proposals for papers and panels for our
Interdisciplinary "Millennial Fictions" Conference.
Confirmed Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Brown, University of Leeds
Saturday 7th July 2007
Call for Papers
The Isle of Man TT Races: Heritage, Place and Spirit
May 28th - 30th, 2007
Villa Marina, Isle of Man
To celebrate 100 years of TT motorcycle road racing at the Isle of Man, we
are organizing a conference during TT practice week, May 28-30, 2007, at the
beautiful Villa Marina in Douglas on the Isle of Man. The conference is
dedicated to documenting and celebrating the legacy of this enduring
Antisemitism and English Culture
Advance notice and CALL FOR PAPERS
A major international conference on the histories and cultures of antisemitism in England, from the Middle Ages to the present day. To be held at Birkbeck College, University of London, 9-11 July 2007.
Key questions to be addressed include:
-Can we talk of a distinctly English kind of antisemitism?
-Is antisemitism inherent in Englishness?
-What is, or has been, the relationship between 'high' or intellectual English culture and antisemitism?
-How far can specific English contexts be seen to have engendered antisemitism?
-Is there a meaningful history of English philosemitism, and what is its relationship to antisemitism?
Hollywood and the Culture Wars: A Study Day
1 March 2007, De Montfort University, UK.
Call For Papers.
The first Optika symposium, which took place in 2005, brought together
people from a variety of artistic, intellectual, and cultural
backgrounds and resulted in a wonderfully stimulating 2 day
conversation about the possibilities of visual narration. It also
resulted in a book on the subject soon to be published by the
University of Puerto Rico Press. When the symposium ended, everyone was
asking when Optika 2 would take place. So we are happy to announce the
second edition of Optika, and invite you to submit your proposals:
A Symposium on Visual Narration
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus
Thursday and Friday January 25th and 26th, 2007
First Call for Papers
Beyond the Book: Contemporary Cultures of Reading
A conference at the University of Birmingham, UK
1 & 2 September 2007
Janice Radway (Duke University) & Elizabeth Long (Rice University)
Book groups, Lit Blogs, on-line bookstores, book festivals, reader
magazines, 'One Book, One Community,' Reader's Guides, 'Richard & Judy's
Book Club,' Book TV, 'Canada Reads,' the 'Nancy Pearl Action Figure,'
'Tuesday Night Book Club,'... reading is hot!
Return to Gender: Sex and Context across the Disciplines
Call for papers
Autonomy and Commitment in Modernist British Literature
A CERVEC Conference (EA 741)
Universit=C3=A9 Paul Val=C3=A9ry-Montpellier III-France
30-31 March 2007
(The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United =
States - India Chapter)
(The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the World)
will hold a conference on LITERATURE IN TIMES OF VIOLENCE
in Chandigarh, on: 22-24 March 2007
THEME FOR MELUS-INDIA: =20
"LITERATURE IN TIMES OF VIOLENCE: THE AMERICAN RESPONSE"
The Keynote Address will be delivered by=20
Prof Emory Elliott=20
Distinguished Professor of English
University of California
THEME FOR MELOW:
³Unstable Zones: Self and Other in British Narratives of First Encounters²
An International Conference on British Narratives of Exploration
22 - 23 March 2007
Ecole Normale Superieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines
Tenth Nordic Conference for English Studies
University of Bergen, Norway
Thursday May 24 to Saturday May 26, 2007
Second Circular and First Call for Papers
The Tenth Nordic Conference for English Studies will be hosted by the =20=
English Department of the University of Bergen, Norway, in May 2007. =20
Details of the conference will be posted as they become available on =20
the conference web site at http://www.kongress.no/95.