Popular Culture Association
Thirty-seventh Annual Meeting
April 4-7, 2007
Boston Marriott Copley Place
UPDATED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 3, 2006
Papers and panel proposals on all popular treatments
of Arthurian Legend from any period and in any medium--
print, visual, musical, commercial, electronic--are welcome.
Abstracts should be 250 words max. Panel proposals must
include abstracts from all session participants. E-mail
submissions are acceptable. Please submit abstracts and
proposals in duplicate.
Electronic submissions to:
(UPDATE: Changed panel sponsors/subjects and cfp date)
Because the UPenn list was down for a short while, we will be accepting paper submissions for an additional week. Please note that the new due date for abstracts is October 15, 2006.
24th Annual New England Medieval Studies Consortium Graduate Student Conference
"The Medieval World: From the Secular to the Spiritual"
Saturday, February 24, 2007
University of Connecticut
Plenary Speaker: James Simpson, Harvard University Professor of English and American Literature and Language; Life Fellow, Girton College Cambridge; Honorary Fellow, Australian Academy of the Humanities
The Seventh Annual Conference on Teaching Medieval Literature: Teaching
March 2-3, 2007
Georgia Perimeter College--Lawrenceville Campus
(Located in Lawrenceville, GA, in Northeast Metro Atlanta)
Deadline for Submission: December 15, 2006
Keynote Lecture by Edward Donald Kennedy, Professor of English and
Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill. Professor Kennedy will be speaking on the Grail Quest motif in
Medieval and 19th and 20th Century literature. The seventh annual
conference on Teaching Medieval Literature is designed for both
medievalists and non-specialists who teach medieval literature to
College English Association National Conference
April 12-14, 2007, New Orleans
CEA invites papers on Medieval British Literature for its 38th annual
meeting in New Orleans. The conference theme this year is "Empathy and
Ethics." Proposals addressing this theme are especially encouraged, but
any topic addressing Medieval British literature will be considered.
Call for Papers: THE MEDIEVAL CITY
24th Annual Conference of the
ILLINOIS MEDIEVAL ASSOCIATION
23-24 February 2007
Eastern Illinois University
Keynote Speaker: C. David Benson, University of Connecticut
The Faculties of the Humanities of the University of Geneva and of the
University of Lausanne are pleased to invite you to the XIIth International
Convention of the International Courtly Literature Society (ICLS) to be held
29 July to 4 August 2007
in the two Lemanic cities (Lausanne 29.07-31.07, Geneva 01.08-04.08)
Contesting Transoceanic Natural Histories
Seminar Organizers: Adam Miyashiro and Oscar Fernandez
Affiliations: The Pennsylvania State University and Portland State University
The American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA)
Annual Meeting 2007: Puebla, Mexico
April 19-22, 2007
Submission Deadline: November 1, 2006
Description: This interdisciplinary panel seeks to address
critical issues in the theory and practice of â€œnatural history,â€ a formal
mode of encyclopedic writing that described everything perceived as
â€œnaturalâ€ from the perspective of their writers.
Call for Papers: Vagantes Graduate Medieval Conference
Loyola University Chicago, March 1-4, 2007
Vagantes is an annual, traveling conference for graduate students studying
any aspect of the Middle Ages. The conference was conceived with several
goals in mind, including the fostering of a sense of community among
graduate medievalists, providing exposure to an interdisciplinary forum, and
showcasing the resources of the host institution - all within a student
The New England Saga Society (NESS) has extended its due date for the following two panels at the 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Kalamazoo, MI from May 10th through May 13th, 2007. The new submission deadline is Sept. 15, 2006.
CALL FOR PAPERS
42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI USA
May 10-13, 2007
Special session: "Reading the Breast: Medieval Writers and Artists."
This session focuses on secular materials, since so much work has already
been done with the breast in religious writing and art. Papers dealing
with one or more texts, visual or written as well as non-fictional secular
records, are welcome.
Presentations examining Medieval women "reading women's breast(s)" are
particularly sought; however, the session also open to papers focused on
secular texts with male or anonymous attribution.