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CFP: Mary Braddon Collection (8/31/06; collection)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Jessica Cox

**CALL FOR PAPERS**

FOR A PROPOSED ESSAY COLLECTION ON
MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON

Possible topics for articles might include:

· Braddon and the literary marketplace
· Braddon and the theatre
· Braddon's twentieth century fiction
· Adaptations of Braddon's novels
· Braddon and the sensation school
· Representations of gender in Braddon's work
· Braddon's literary influences
· Braddon's influence on other writers
· Autobiographical elements of Braddon's fiction
· Braddon's writing as social commentary
· Braddon's significance/legacy as a Victorian woman writer

Articles should be between 5000 and 7000 words in length, and should be sent
to:

CFP: Literary & Performing Artists/Activists (7/15/06; WWW, 10/27/06-10/29/06)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Debra Powell-Wright

Wisdom Word Women (a subsidiary of In The Company of Poets) will host an
intergenerational conference, "From Womb to Womanhood," for women and girls
of color, in conjunction with the Pan African Studies Community Education
Program of Temple University, in Philadelphia. Proposals are sought from
grassroots artists who incorporate activism in their presentations on issues
ranging from community empowerment to eradicting domestic violence.

Proposals from Hispanic/Latina, Caribbean, and African descended women are
particularly welcome.

CFP: Literary & Performing Artists/Activists (7/15/06; WWW, 10/27/06-10/29/06)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Debra Powell-Wright

Wisdom Word Women (a subsidiary of In The Company of Poets) will host an
intergenerational conference, "From Womb to Womanhood," for women and girls
of color, in conjunction with the Pan African Studies Community Education
Program of Temple University, in Philadelphia. Proposals are sought from
grassroots artists who incorporate activism in their presentations on issues
ranging from community empowerment to eradicting domestic violence.

Proposals from Hispanic/Latina, Caribbean, and African descended women are
particularly welcome.

CFP: Silent Film (7/25/06; Film & History, 11/08/06-11/12/06)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Ross Melnick

CALL FOR PAPERS
2006 Film and History League Conference
"The Documentary Tradition" Dallas 8-12 November 2006
<http://www.filmandhistory.org>

AREA: Silent Film

"Silent film" covers a vast terrain, from early cinema to the "transitional
period" (1908 - 1917) to the "late silent" era. During this formative time,
the term "documentary" was coined and a vast number of forms, from
actualities to city symphonies to travelogues and feature-length
documentaries, were a regular part of an evening's entertainment in
vaudeville and movie theaters and other venues.

CFP: Studies in Popular Culture (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Wilcox Rhonda

        Under the new editorship of Rhonda V. Wilcox, Studies in Popular
Culture continues its nearly thirty-year tradition of inviting
submission of articles on popular culture from the perspective of any
academic discipline: literature, religion, music, anthropology,
statistics, film, television, radio, graphic arts, history, sociology,
communications, linguistics, and more. The journal welcomes study of all
types of popular culture: stand-up comedy; television, film, radio
programs; food studies; fandom; audiences; artifacts; architecture; body
studies; events; advertising; detective/mystery novels; science fiction
stories; gaming; comic books; graphic novels; Saturday morning cartoons;

CFP: Studies in Popular Culture (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Wilcox Rhonda

        Under the new editorship of Rhonda V. Wilcox, Studies in Popular
Culture continues its nearly thirty-year tradition of inviting
submission of articles on popular culture from the perspective of any
academic discipline: literature, religion, music, anthropology,
statistics, film, television, radio, graphic arts, history, sociology,
communications, linguistics, and more. The journal welcomes study of all
types of popular culture: stand-up comedy; television, film, radio
programs; food studies; fandom; audiences; artifacts; architecture; body
studies; events; advertising; detective/mystery novels; science fiction
stories; gaming; comic books; graphic novels; Saturday morning cartoons;

CFP: Studies in Popular Culture (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Wilcox Rhonda

        Under the new editorship of Rhonda V. Wilcox, Studies in Popular
Culture continues its nearly thirty-year tradition of inviting
submission of articles on popular culture from the perspective of any
academic discipline: literature, religion, music, anthropology,
statistics, film, television, radio, graphic arts, history, sociology,
communications, linguistics, and more. The journal welcomes study of all
types of popular culture: stand-up comedy; television, film, radio
programs; food studies; fandom; audiences; artifacts; architecture; body
studies; events; advertising; detective/mystery novels; science fiction
stories; gaming; comic books; graphic novels; Saturday morning cartoons;

CFP: Studies in Popular Culture (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Wilcox Rhonda

        Under the new editorship of Rhonda V. Wilcox, Studies in Popular
Culture continues its nearly thirty-year tradition of inviting
submission of articles on popular culture from the perspective of any
academic discipline: literature, religion, music, anthropology,
statistics, film, television, radio, graphic arts, history, sociology,
communications, linguistics, and more. The journal welcomes study of all
types of popular culture: stand-up comedy; television, film, radio
programs; food studies; fandom; audiences; artifacts; architecture; body
studies; events; advertising; detective/mystery novels; science fiction
stories; gaming; comic books; graphic novels; Saturday morning cartoons;

CFP: Cognitive Approaches to Irish Literature (7/1/06; NEACIS, 10/21/06-10/22/06)

updated: 
Monday, June 26, 2006 - 10:26pm
Chris Dowd

Call for Papers
Cognitive Approaches to Irish Literature (Panel)
New England American Conference for Irish Studies
University of Connecticut-Storrs, CT 10/21/2006-10/22/2006
 
We invite submissions of papers for a panel that will examine Irish
literature with the tools of cognitive science, cognitive psychology,
and cognitive literary theory. Recent discoveries in cognitive science
have profound implications for literary studies. Cross-disciplinary
scholars have made huge strides in showing how the functioning of the
embodied mind is inherently caught up with the production of literary
material. This panel will draw upon the most provocative insights of

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