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MLA 2012: Pfaff's and the New York Saturday Press (3/15 deadline, Proposed Special Session)

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Wednesday, March 2, 2011 - 12:24am
Leif Eckstrom

This panel seeks papers that expand our understanding of antebellum literary history via the relatively uncharted productions of Henry Clapp and his bohemian contributors to The New York Saturday Press:

*Pfaff's and the New-York Saturday Press*
Open session on bohemian Saturday Press and the genres and writers, scandals and crises, scenes and markets that suggest new perspectives on antebellum literary production. Please send a 300-word abstract and a brief CV to Leif.Eckstrom@tufts.edu by 15 March 2011.

Call for essays: The Centennial Reader (31 March 2011)

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - 6:42pm
Mount Royal University

We invite submissions for the second issue of The Centennial Reader. Essays can be on any topic of interest to an informed, Canadian audience.

As part of its centennial celebrations during 2010‐2011, Mount Royal University began an online, peer‐reviewed database of essays to offer a publication forum for intellectual discussion for Canadian writers. The Mount Royal Centennial Reader straddles both worlds: the academic world and the popular publication world. Submissions should therefore apply intellectual thought to topical concerns, offered in an entertaining and popular way.

North West Renaissance Drama Colloquium 23rd June 2011

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - 8:47am
James Smith

Proposals are invited for papers to be delivered at the first North West Renaissance Drama Colloquium. The event will bring together researchers and students from all institutions and at all career stages for a day of papers and discussion. A short list of plays being spoken on will be circulated in advance of the event and all delegates will be encouraged to come prepared to share ideas on interpretation and teaching. The venue in Manchester is to be confirmed.

A keynote lecture will be given by Professor Nicholas Royle (Sussex), author of The Uncanny, How to Read Shakespeare, After Derrida and a novel, Quilt.

[URGENT UPDATE] KATHERINE MANSFIELD SOCIETY ESSAY PRIZE 2011: CHANGE OF EMAIL ADDRESS

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - 6:49am
KATHERINE MANSFIELD SOCIETY

PLEASE RESEND ALL ESSAY SUBMISSIONS TO THIS NEW EMAIL ADDRESS BY 6 MARCH 2011: kms@katherinemansfieldsociety.org
We are experiencing technical difficulties with the email address originally advertised, so please resubmit any previous submissions and we will acknowledge receipt. We are extending the closing date from 1 March until 6 March 2011 for this reason.

CALL FOR ESSAYS

The Katherine Mansfield Society is pleased to announce its second annual prize essay competition, open to all, and which for 2011 will be on the subject of:

KATHERINE MANSFIELD AND THE ARTS

Shakespeare and Related Topics

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Monday, February 28, 2011 - 4:25pm
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA)

A call to all enthusiasts of the bard to consider submitting a paper to the session "Shakespeare and Related Topics" for the Fall 2011 Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA), taking place November 5-6 2011 at Scripps College in sunny Claremont California.

The provisional session theme is "Shakespeare and the Senses," and papers are especially welcome that explore the role of one or more of the five senses either as themes in the plays and poetry or as features in dramatic performance. However, as the official session title suggests, any and all papers on Shakespeare or related topics are heartily welcome.

The Sound of Silence

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Monday, February 28, 2011 - 3:30pm
Babilónia – Revista Lusófona de Línguas, Culturas e Tradução

Babilónia – Revista Lusófona de Línguas, Culturas e Tradução is a journal publication by the School of Communication, Arts and Information Technologies (ECATI) at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (ULHT). It is linked to the 1st cycle study program in Translation and Creative Writing and the postgraduate course in Translation and Intercultural Communication at ULHT. It is also affiliated to the 1st cycle program in Languages and Translation at the Universidade Lusófona do Porto (ULP).

Nineteenth-Century American Literatue and Popular Culture

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Monday, February 28, 2011 - 3:06pm
MPCA/MACA - October 14-16, 2011 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The MPCA/ACA is seeking paper proposals that address any aspect of 19th century American popular culture. We are especially interested in papers that focus on literature and/or culture from a specific critical perspective; however, no particular approach is required. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

- Literature
- Book History/Print Cultures
- Dime novels
- Politics
- Sports
- Religion
- Westward expansion
- Native Americans
- Women in popular culture
- Entertainment
- The Gothic

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