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CFP: Un(bound): The Humanities in Transition (grad) (5/31/07; 10/5/07-10/6/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:45am
GRACLS University of Texas, Austin

The Program in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas, Austin
Announces its Fourth Annual Graduate Conference

 October 5-6, 2007

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*"Un(bound): the Humanities in Transition*

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Haun Saussy

Professor of Comparative Literature, Yale University

In the age of globalism, the humanities have become the place for forming
new pathways that connect academic disciplines and refashion curricular
boundaries. Rapid change calls upon the scholar to embody a new spirit of
trans/inter-disciplinarity, leading to scholarship that detects and crosses
geographical and disciplinary divisions.

CFP: Un(bound): The Humanities in Transition (grad) (5/31/07; 10/5/07-10/6/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:45am
GRACLS University of Texas, Austin

The Program in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas, Austin
Announces its Fourth Annual Graduate Conference

 October 5-6, 2007

* *

* *

*"Un(bound): the Humanities in Transition*

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Haun Saussy

Professor of Comparative Literature, Yale University

In the age of globalism, the humanities have become the place for forming
new pathways that connect academic disciplines and refashion curricular
boundaries. Rapid change calls upon the scholar to embody a new spirit of
trans/inter-disciplinarity, leading to scholarship that detects and crosses
geographical and disciplinary divisions.

CFP: Are Changing Attitudes and Altered Standards among the States Compromising the Equality of the Study of English for Interna

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:45am
CyclesInTime_at_aol.com

Traveling Through the USA on the ESL Express! Are Changing Attitudes and
Altered Standards among the States Compromising the Equality of the Study of
English for International Students?
(4/15/07; SAMLA 11/9/07-11/11/07)
Myrna J. Santos
Florida Atlantic University
via email: ESLCARE_at_aol.com or
3600 NW 82 Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33065

CFP: Prose for RMMLA (ASAP; RMMLA, 10/4/07-10/6/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:42am
Helynne Hansen

Dear Colleagues:

I could still use one or two submissions for the RMMLA panel entitled
"RMMLA members read their own prose" for next October in Calgary. We
would love to hear your original short story or novel excerpt in a
20-minute format.

Please contact me at HHansen_at_western.edu, with an abstract, if you have a
piece you would like to share.

Thanks!
Helynne Hansen
professor of language
Western State College
Gunnison, CO 81230

CFP: Prose for RMMLA (ASAP; RMMLA, 10/4/07-10/6/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:42am
Helynne Hansen

Dear Colleagues:

I could still use one or two submissions for the RMMLA panel entitled
"RMMLA members read their own prose" for next October in Calgary. We
would love to hear your original short story or novel excerpt in a
20-minute format.

Please contact me at HHansen_at_western.edu, with an abstract, if you have a
piece you would like to share.

Thanks!
Helynne Hansen
professor of language
Western State College
Gunnison, CO 81230

CFP: Canadian Literature (4/15/07; M/MLA, 11/8/07-11/11/07)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:42am
Adele Holoch

Midwest Modern Language Association
49th Annual Convention: "Revisiting Realisms"
November 8-11, 2007, Cleveland, Ohio
 
Canadian Literature Section: The Canadian Nation(s)
 
Thomas King has called the border delimiting the boundaries of the Canadian nation "an imaginary line...a political line, that border line. It wasn't there before the Europeans came. It was a line that was inscribed across the country after that." This panel will explore how literatures written in and about Canada seek to define, question, or contest the idea of the Canadian nation(s), or engage with the notion of a Canadian literary canon. Papers on Quebecois, First Nations, and diasporic nationalisms in Canada are particularly encouraged.
 

CFP: Women Writing 1550-1750 Revisited (Australia) (11/17/07; 1/26/08-1/27/08)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 - 1:41am
Paul Salzman

Women Writing 1550-1750 (Revisited)
In 1999 scholars from Australia, New Zealand, and further afield gathered
together in Melbourne for a two day conference devoted to writing by early
modern women. This new conference offers a chance to reassess the field
almost a decade later, and to mull over and celebrate the significant and
growing body of scholarship devoted to early modern women=B9s writing.
Proposals are invited for a 20 minute paper, a panel, or a round table
discussion. We welcome contributions from all fields of study, and papers o=
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round table proposals from postgraduate students are particularly welcome.
The conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia, at the city campus of

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