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CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: From Womb to Womanhood (5/31/06; 10/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Debra and Pat ITCOP

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
for
FROM WOMB TO WOMANHOOD
An intergenerational conference and celebration for women and girls
of color

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!!

1st Annual "From Womb to Womanhood" Conference
Pan African Studies Community Education Program
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
October (TBD) 2006

CFP: Mapping the Uncanny in 20th-c. Irish Literature (5/15/06; 11/23/06-11/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
CBMurat_at_aol.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

Mapping the Uncanny in 20th Century Irish Literature

International Conference organized in Brest University by the CEIMA researc=
h=20
center (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires du Monde Anglophone,=20
Universit=E9 de Bretagne Occidentale), 23-25 November 2006:

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

CFP: Mapping the Uncanny in 20th-c. Irish Literature (5/15/06; 11/23/06-11/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
CBMurat_at_aol.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

Mapping the Uncanny in 20th Century Irish Literature

International Conference organized in Brest University by the CEIMA researc=
h=20
center (Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires du Monde Anglophone,=20
Universit=E9 de Bretagne Occidentale), 23-25 November 2006:

CFP: Evil Queens in Lit, TV, and Film (5/26/06; PCAS/ACAS, 10/5/06-10/7/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Kenny Rutherford

"Monster Queens" in Literature, Television, and Film
   
   "Monster Queens" may be any female rulers associated with monsters or monstrosity. Whether they be literal monsters, non-human, or humans with monstrous inner natures, thus metaphorical ones (examples of "monster queens" might include Akasha, Queen of the Vampires, in Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned or Bavmorda, in George Lucas's Willow ), monstrous or "monster queens" figure significantly in our literature and popular culture. Topics related to these characters might include the following issues or areas: androgyny, femininity, gender and power, female appropriation of male roles, and ruler-subject relations.
   
  Session, Chair Kenneth Rutherford

CFP: Animals in the Literary West (5/31/06; WLA, 10/25/06-10/28/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Sarah E. McFarland

Panel Title: Animals in the Literary West

Conference: Western American Literature Association, Boise, ID
October 25-28, 2006.

Western American literature is populated with horses, cattle,
buffalo, wolves, bears, coyotes, birds, and snakes--animals whose
presences help define Western narratives and who are essential to the
mythology of the West. This panel seeks presentations that
foreground the roles of animals in their interpretations of texts
about the American West.

For example, this panel is interested in presentations that consider:

CFP: American Name Society Annual Meeting (8/1/06; 1/4/07-1/7/07)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Priscilla Ord

April 17, 2006

    The American Name Society (ANS), an academic professional =
organization devoted to the study of names and their role in society, =
invites pr=E9cis and abstracts for papers and program suggestions for =
its annual meeting to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society =
of America (LSA), the American Dialect Society (ADS), and other allied =
professional organizations at the Anaheim Hilton, Anaheim, CA, January =
4-7, 2007.

CFP: American Name Society Annual Meeting (8/1/06; 1/4/07-1/7/07)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Priscilla Ord

April 17, 2006

    The American Name Society (ANS), an academic professional =
organization devoted to the study of names and their role in society, =
invites pr=E9cis and abstracts for papers and program suggestions for =
its annual meeting to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society =
of America (LSA), the American Dialect Society (ADS), and other allied =
professional organizations at the Anaheim Hilton, Anaheim, CA, January =
4-7, 2007.

CFP: American Name Society Annual Meeting (8/1/06; 1/4/07-1/7/07)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Priscilla Ord

April 17, 2006

    The American Name Society (ANS), an academic professional =
organization devoted to the study of names and their role in society, =
invites pr=E9cis and abstracts for papers and program suggestions for =
its annual meeting to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society =
of America (LSA), the American Dialect Society (ADS), and other allied =
professional organizations at the Anaheim Hilton, Anaheim, CA, January =
4-7, 2007.

CFP: American Name Society Annual Meeting (8/1/06; 1/4/07-1/7/07)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Priscilla Ord

April 17, 2006

    The American Name Society (ANS), an academic professional =
organization devoted to the study of names and their role in society, =
invites pr=E9cis and abstracts for papers and program suggestions for =
its annual meeting to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society =
of America (LSA), the American Dialect Society (ADS), and other allied =
professional organizations at the Anaheim Hilton, Anaheim, CA, January =
4-7, 2007.

CFP: Animals in the Literary West (5/31/06; WLA, 10/25/06-10/28/06)

updated: 
Friday, April 21, 2006 - 3:07pm
Sarah E. McFarland

Panel Title: Animals in the Literary West

Conference: Western American Literature Association, Boise, ID
October 25-28, 2006.

Western American literature is populated with horses, cattle,
buffalo, wolves, bears, coyotes, birds, and snakes--animals whose
presences help define Western narratives and who are essential to the
mythology of the West. This panel seeks presentations that
foreground the roles of animals in their interpretations of texts
about the American West.

For example, this panel is interested in presentations that consider:

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