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CFP: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary and Cultural Studies (New Zealand) (7/5/06; 8/5/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
a.calder_at_auckland.ac.nz

Call for Papers: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary Studies

University of Auckland, (NZ) Saturday August 5, 2006.

Closing date for expressions of interest: July 5, 2006=20

The Centre for Cultural Inquiry and the English Department of the
University of Auckland are hosting a one-day symposium on comparative
approaches to indigenous literary and cultural studies. This is the
first time that such a symposium has been offered at the University of
Auckland and we invite you to join us in our discussions and to actively
participate with us in our workshops. There is no registration fee.

CFP: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary and Cultural Studies (New Zealand) (7/5/06; 8/5/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
a.calder_at_auckland.ac.nz

Call for Papers: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary Studies

University of Auckland, (NZ) Saturday August 5, 2006.

Closing date for expressions of interest: July 5, 2006=20

The Centre for Cultural Inquiry and the English Department of the
University of Auckland are hosting a one-day symposium on comparative
approaches to indigenous literary and cultural studies. This is the
first time that such a symposium has been offered at the University of
Auckland and we invite you to join us in our discussions and to actively
participate with us in our workshops. There is no registration fee.

CFP: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary and Cultural Studies (New Zealand) (7/5/06; 8/5/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
a.calder_at_auckland.ac.nz

Call for Papers: Comparative Approaches to Indigenous Literary Studies

University of Auckland, (NZ) Saturday August 5, 2006.

Closing date for expressions of interest: July 5, 2006=20

The Centre for Cultural Inquiry and the English Department of the
University of Auckland are hosting a one-day symposium on comparative
approaches to indigenous literary and cultural studies. This is the
first time that such a symposium has been offered at the University of
Auckland and we invite you to join us in our discussions and to actively
participate with us in our workshops. There is no registration fee.

UPDATE: Gender and Victorian Reform (6/15/06; 10/20/06-10/21/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Rose, Anita R.

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the 2006 Victorians Institute Conference in Spartanburg, SC, has been extended to June 15. The conference theme is "Gender and Victorian Reform." You may access the call for papers and conference registration form at www.converse.edu/vi

Send paper abstracts to anita.rose_at_converse.edu

Anita R. Rose, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of English
Converse College
580 E. Main St.
Spartanburg, SC 29302

Ph: 864/596-9114

Converse College: The College of Choice for Women

CFP: Great Plains Poetry Criticism (5/31/07; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Angie Kritenbrink

Call for Submissions

Untitled Book Project:

 Essays and Criticism on Contemporary Great Plains/High Plains Poets

Dear Poetry Reader, Scholar, Lover, Writer,

Greg Kosmicki of The Backwaters Press and I both love good poetry criticism
and would like to put together a book of critical articles about Great
Plains/High Plains poetry. Is there enough good criticism of the poets and
poetry of the Great Plains/High Plains out there in America to make a book?
It never hurts to ask.

CFP: Great Plains Poetry Criticism (5/31/07; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Angie Kritenbrink

Call for Submissions

Untitled Book Project:

 Essays and Criticism on Contemporary Great Plains/High Plains Poets

Dear Poetry Reader, Scholar, Lover, Writer,

Greg Kosmicki of The Backwaters Press and I both love good poetry criticism
and would like to put together a book of critical articles about Great
Plains/High Plains poetry. Is there enough good criticism of the poets and
poetry of the Great Plains/High Plains out there in America to make a book?
It never hurts to ask.

UPDATE: Gender and Victorian Reform (6/15/06; 10/20/06-10/21/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Rose, Anita R.

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the 2006 Victorians Institute Conference in Spartanburg, SC, has been extended to June 15. The conference theme is "Gender and Victorian Reform." You may access the call for papers and conference registration form at www.converse.edu/vi

Send paper abstracts to anita.rose_at_converse.edu

Anita R. Rose, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of English
Converse College
580 E. Main St.
Spartanburg, SC 29302

Ph: 864/596-9114

Converse College: The College of Choice for Women

UPDATE: Work, Play, Comedy and Humor in English Studies (6/15/06; 10/14/06)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
mr317400_at_ohio.edu

Call for Papers

"Don't You Have Anything Better To Do?":
Work, Play, Comedy and Humor in English Studies
  
The Department of English at Ohio University invites writers,
teachers, and scholars in English Studies to Athens, Ohio, Saturday, October 14,
2006 for a one-day conference on the negotiation between work and play in our
professional and public lives. We are interested in how this space is mediated
in classrooms, literature, theory, and art. We encourage the submission of
papers, presentations, creative writings, and panels from all aspects of the
discipline-- creative writing, critical theory, cultural studies, literature,
rhetoric and composition, linguisitics, etc.

CFP: Women's Short Story Sequences (7/15/06; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 - 2:15pm
Roxanne Harde

Call for Abstracts: Collection of Critical Essays
=20
Narratives of Community: Women's Short Story Sequences
=20
While James Joyce's Dubliners (1926) is often credited as the first short =
story sequence, or collection of linked short stories reading like a =
novel, and while Sherwood Anderson claimed that he had invented the genre =
with Winesburg, Ohio, sequences by Grace King, Grace Sartwell Mason, and =
Sarah Orne Jewett (and likely others) predate them both. Since then, this =
form of narrative has appealed particularly to women writers who often =
use it to negotiate the tensions between individual identity and community.=

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