Religion in the Age of Enlightenment (RAE). now in its fifth volume, is a scholarly annual published by AMS Press. RAE publishes scholarly examinations of (1) religion and religious attitudes and practices during the age of Enlightenment; (2) the impact of the Enlightenment on religion, religious thought, and religious experience; and (3) the ways religion informed Enlightenment ideas and values, from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, theology, literature, philosophy, the social and physical sciences, economics, and the law.
Two Panel Call For Papers at the 2016 Irish Association for American Studies/British Association of American Studies Conference at Queen's University, Belfast (7-9 April 2016)
Border Crossings and Revolutions
"The Womanist Mystique: A Symposium on Scholarship and Activism" will be a one day long event held on Princeton University's campus on February 6th. We are accepting papers now, and will stop accepting papers on December 1st. The brainchild of an undergraduate student, this event welcomes all scholars, but particulalry undergraduate researchers to submit their papers for presentation.
Pedagogy, In Theory
Organizers: Carolyn Laubender and Chase Gregory, Duke University
Abstracts (250-300words) & CVs due through the ACLA portal (http://www.acla.org/seminar/pedagogy-theory) by 9/23
Guest Editors: Nicolas Poppe, Middlebury College
Michael Talbott, Castleton University
Videographic criticism has recently emerged as an exciting new mode of film scholarship, allowing one to write not simply on films, but with them. Through experimentation with a wide-range of styles and affects, many of which lie outside what is able to be expressed by the written word, those practicing videographic criticism have just begun to explore its possibilities. In this special issue of [in]Transition, we aim to provide a space for the application of this emerging and generative mode of scholarly expression to Latin American cinema and film cultures.
While narratives of "savage war" along the borders of wilderness and civilization are not unique to the United States, Americans' tendency to assign those stories mythic significance is.
CALL FOR PAPERS
NUMBING THE PAIN: AESTHETICS AND ANAESTHETICS OF GLOBAL MEXICO
ACLA 2016, Harvard University. March 17-20, 2016
Organizers: Marcela Romero Rivera, Hobart and William Smith Colleges and Maximillian Alvarez, University of Michigan.
Deadline for submissions: September 23rd, 2015.
Forward your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Submit a paper at: http://www.acla.org/node/5246
There's only one more week left to submit paper proposals for the American Comparative Literature Association's 2016 Annual Meeting to be held at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts March 17-20, 2016.
Abstracts must be received by Midnight PST on Wednesday, September 23, 2015.
Innovative presentations are invited for the proposed seminar, "The House in Literature: practices of commemoration, consumption, display and self-fashioning."
Each ACLA seminar has 8-12 participants and meets over three days during the annual meeting.
CFP: "Ecospeak and Ecocriticism: What Reciprocity Between Humanity and the Planet?"
We are looking for submissions, from both graduate students and faculty, for panel at the 2016 ACLA conference in Cambridge, MA. Questions can be addressed to John Whalen (John.Whalen@tufts.edu) or Kyle Kamaiopili (Kyle.Kamaiopili@tufts.edu). To submit, please visit the ACLA's submission portal, linked here: http://www.acla.org/seminar/theories-poverty . Submissions are due by Midnight PST on September 23rd. We look forward to hearing from you!
CFP: Theories of Poverty
The Bane of Their Existence: Making Interdisciplinary Humanities Matter
"Insider or Outsider? The State of Medieval Iceland"
Special session, The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies 2016 Conference: "Marginal Figures in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance." February 4-6, 2016.
Organizers: Daniel Najork (Arizona State University) and Sarah M. Anderson (Princeton University)
Call for Papers:
The University of North Alabama English Department
Announces the 7th Annual Alabama Regional Graduate Conference in English
February 26-27, 2016
UNApocalypse: Exploring Dystopianism in Texts
The 10th SLSAeu conference, Stockholm, June 14-17, 2016
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam), Lauren Berlant (University of Chicago), Michael Dillon (Lancaster University), Alexander Galloway (New York University), Steven Hinchliffe (University of Exeter)
Call for Papers: Thomas Pynchon, Sex, and Gender
A collection of essays to be edited by Ali Chetwynd (University of Michigan), Joanna Freer (University of Exeter), Georgios Maragos (Independent Scholar).