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CFP: [Renaissance] Renaissance Conference of Southern California 2008

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 10:31pm
Lloyd Kermode

Renaissance Conference of Southern California
Annual Meeting
2 February 2008
Huntington Library, San Marino, CA

The RCSC welcomes paper proposals on the full range of
Renaissance disciplines (Art, Architecture, History,
Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religion, Science)

2008 Annual Keynote Lecture
Frances Dolan

Author of: Dangerous Familiars: Representations of Domestic Crime (1994);
Renaissance Drama and the Law (ed.) (1996); Whores of Babylon: Catholicism,
Gender, and Seventeenth-Century Print Culture (1999).

CFP: [General] Imagination-Self-Other (Undergrad Conf.)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 7:06pm
Amy E. Winans

Susquehanna University invites undergraduate scholars and writers to
participate in “Imagination-Self-Other,” its fourth annual Undergraduate
Conference on Literature and Creative Writing.
“Imagination-Self-Other” welcomes creative and/or critical engagement with
issues that include but are not limited to the following:
• Imagining difference
• Imagination and liberation
• Imagining race, class, gender, sexuality
• Borderlands of self and other
• The failure of imagination
• Imagination and intersectionality
• Literary representations of self/other
• Genres of the self: Lyric, memoir, biography
• Identity, nation, globalization

CFP: [Gender Studies] Re-Visioning the Culture Wars

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 5:21pm
Jeffrey Schneider

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
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Re-Visioning the Culture Warsâ€"From Mapplethorpe to the Pelosi Agenda:
The Homo(n)e(u)rotic Politics of American Culture
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2008 Popular Culture Association & American Culture Association Annual
Conference
March 19-22, 2008
San Francisco , California
°
The Popular Culture Association and the American Culture Association will
hold their joint annual conference at the San Francisco Marriott between
March 19-22, 2008. The conference serves as an important site of
creative, intellectual, and cultural exchange and encourages a wide
variety of participants to stimulate dialogue across disciplines. The

CFP: [Theory]

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 5:19pm
Jeffrey Schneider

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
°
Re-Visioning the Culture Warsâ€"From Mapplethorpe to the Pelosi Agenda:
The Homo(n)e(u)rotic Politics of American Culture
°
2008 Popular Culture Association & American Culture Association Annual
Conference
March 19-22, 2008
San Francisco , California
°
The Popular Culture Association and the American Culture Association will
hold their joint annual conference at the San Francisco Marriott between
March 19-22, 2008. The conference serves as an important site of
creative, intellectual, and cultural exchange and encourages a wide
variety of participants to stimulate dialogue across disciplines. The

CFP: [Graduate] Children's Literature and Social Justice

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 4:58pm
Karen Sands-O'Connor

    Buffalo State College is proud to announce the 2008 Postgraduate
(Graduate Student) Child and the Book Conference in Buffalo, New York,
16th Mayâ€"18th May 2008. We are looking for proposals from graduate/
postgraduate students for twenty minute papers. Although papers will be
accepted for consideration on any aspect of children’s literature, the
main focus and theme of the conference is Social Justice and Children’s
Literature. We hope to publish the best of the conference papers from
each of the social justice categories below in a special issue of the
Lion and the Unicorn on Children’s Literature and Social Justice. If you

UPDATE: [Film] Genre in Asian Film and Television (collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 4:54pm
Felicia Chan

Second call for papers

Genre in Asian Film and Television (collection)
Edited by: Xin Zhang (University of Wales Aberystwyth), Angelina Karpovich
(Brunel University), and Felicia Chan (University of Ulster).
   
This is a second call for papers for a proposed collection investigating
genre in Asian film and television. The main motivation for this second
call is to fill in gaps in the field that the collection still has room
for.

In the first proposal, a call was put forward for essays on studies in
Asian cinema and television that aimed to address those genres and
locations which have so far been overlooked in much of English-language
academic writing on the subject.

CFP: [Graduate] Challenging Faith: Intersections of Belief and Doubt in Literature, Composition, and the Profession

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 4:42pm
Matt Hurwitz

Challenging Faith: Intersections of Belief and Doubt in Literature,
Composition, and the Profession
A graduate conference hosted by the University of New Hampshire English
Graduate Organization
March 7-8, 2008
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, US

Keynote speakers TBA

        This graduate conference will explore the topic of faith
(understood in its broadest sense), how that topic has evolved, and how
it is being discussed within the disciplines of English. We seek to cover
the following areas of inquiry, though these questions are intended to
spur and not limit thinking on the subject of faith:

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Bilingualism and Culture

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 4:08pm
Kristyl Kepley

Boca~the South Florida Graduate Student Journal of Linguistics is now
accepting papers for their Spring 2008 issue.
 
GUIDELINES:

· Submissions are due November 18, 2007.

· The 2008 Spring Publication will have a thematic focus of Bilingualism
and Culture.

· Topics which address this issue, from any linguistic (or related)
subfield, will be considered.

· Papers may be submitted in any language, so long as we are able to
secure an appropriate reviewer.

· Submissions should be no more than 25 pages, or approximately 7,000
words, and should follow the most recent APA guidelines.

· A separate title page should include the author's name and address.

CFP: [Ethnic] Chicana/o Culture: Literature, Film, Theory (11-9-07; PCAACA 3-19-08)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 3:51pm
Scott L. Baugh

The Popular Culture and American Culture Associations (PCA/ACA) will hold a joint national meeting
in San Francisco on March 19-22, 2008.

Panels and individual papers on aspects of Chicana and Chicano culture are encouraged for our
2008 meeting. The “Chicana/Chicano Culture: Literature, Film, Theory” area tends to be
multicultural and interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary, and panels and individual papers may explore
pracically any issues relevant to Chicana and Chicano cultural studies. Inquiries are welcome.

Please send inquiries or (approximately 100-word) proposals BY NOVEMBER 9 to Scott Baugh, area
chair.

CFP: [Film] Chicana/o Culture: Literature, Film, Theory (11-9-07; PCAACA 3-19-08)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 3:49pm
Scott L. Baugh

The Popular Culture and American Culture Associations (PCA/ACA) will hold a joint national meeting
in San Francisco on March 19-22, 2008.

Panels and individual papers on aspects of Chicana and Chicano culture are encouraged for our
2008 meeting. The “Chicana/Chicano Culture: Literature, Film, Theory” area tends to be
multicultural and interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary, and panels and individual papers may explore
pracically any issues relevant to Chicana and Chicano cultural studies. Inquiries are welcome.

Please send inquiries or (approximately 100-word) proposals BY NOVEMBER 9 to Scott Baugh, area
chair.

CFP: [General] Undergraduate Literature and Creative Writing Conference

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 3:21pm
Drew Hubbell

Susquehanna University invites undergraduate scholars and writers to
participate in “Imagination-Self-Other,” its fourth annual Undergraduate
Literature and Creative Writing Conference.

“Imagination-Self-Other” welcomes creative and/or critical engagement with
issues that include but are not limited to the following:

* Imagining difference
* Imagination and liberation
* Imagining race, class, gender, sexuality
* Borderlands of self and other
* The failure of imagination
* Imagination and intersectionality
* Literary representations of self/other
* Genres of the self: Lyric, memoir, biography
* Identity, nation, globalization
* Imagination and subjectivity

CFP: [Professional] new deadline: "Old Gems in New Settings" (NEMLA April 10-13, 2008)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 3:00pm
Rebecca Lartigue

"Old Gems in New Settings"
NEMLA, Buffalo, NY, April 10-13, 2008

This panel invites papers on the teaching of early British literature in
survey courses. Practical pedagogical explorations are welcome, as well as
papers addressing theoretical concerns. How are concerns about manuscript,
generic, and cultural contexts transformed when medieval texts are placed
in the context of a survey course for modern students? How are medieval
works changed when seen in the contexts of post-medieval works? Send one-
page abstracts to Rebecca Lartigue at rlartigu_at_spfldcol.edu . DEADLINE
EXTENDED TO 10/10/07.

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