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UPDATE: [Renaissance] Holy Women, Holy Places: Gender, Publics, and Religion (grad) (9/28/07; 12/06/07-12/07/07)

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 3:48pm
Judith Anderson

Deadline extended to September 28, 2007.

CALL FOR PAPERS
Holy Women, Holy Places: Gender, Publics, and Religion in Medieval and
Early Modern Europe
An interdisciplinary graduate student colloquium hosted by the Medieval and
Early Modern Institute at the University of Alberta, December 6-7, 2007
Deadline for submissions: September 28, 2007

UPDATE: [Medieval] Holy Women, Holy Places: Gender, Publics, and Religion (grad) (9/28/07; 12/06/07-12/07/07)

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 3:48pm
Judith Anderson

Deadline extended to September 28, 2007.

CALL FOR PAPERS
Holy Women, Holy Places: Gender, Publics, and Religion in Medieval and
Early Modern Europe
An interdisciplinary graduate student colloquium hosted by the Medieval and
Early Modern Institute at the University of Alberta, December 6-7, 2007
Deadline for submissions: September 28, 2007

CFP: [American] CFP: Appalachian Literature (ASA March 28-30, 2008)

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 1:16pm
Chris Green

CFP: The Future of Appalachia

The Appalachian Studies Association’s 31st Annual Conference will be held
at Marshall University (Huntington, WV) on March 28-30 2008. ALL
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY by October 5, 2007.

Silas House will be the key note speaker, and a plenary session will be
held on MTR & Sustainable Development.

The conference will highlight how people (citizens, professionals,
students, scholars, educators, artists, activists, scientists, small
business owners, etc.) are responding to the next generation of challenge
and change in Appalachia’s “road ahead.”

UPDATE: [Ethnic] CFP: Appalachian Literature (ASA March 28-30, 2008)

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 1:11pm
Chris Green

CFP: The Future of Appalachia

The Appalachian Studies Association’s 31st Annual Conference will be held
at Marshall University (Huntington, WV) on March 28-30 2008. ALL
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY by October 5, 2007.

The conference will highlight how people (authors, citizens,
professionals, students, scholars, educators, artists, activists,
scientists, small business owners, etc.) are responding to the next
generation of challenge and change in Appalachia’s “road ahead.”

CFP: [Ethnic] CFP

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 1:06pm
Chris Green

CFP: The Future of Appalachia

The Appalachian Studies Association’s 31st Annual Conference will be held
at Marshall University (Huntington, WV) on March 28-30 2008. ALL
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY by October 5, 2007.

The conference will highlight how people (authors, citizens,
professionals, students, scholars, educators, artists, activists,
scientists, small business owners, etc.) are responding to the next
generation of challenge and change in Appalachia’s “road ahead.”

CFP: [Victorian] Transatlantic Sensations

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 1:14am
Jennifer Phegley

Call for Proposals and Manuscripts for Transatlantic Sensations

Edited by John Barton (bartonjc_at_umkc.edu) and Jennifer Phegley
(phegleyj_at_umkc.edu)
Deadline: March 1, 2008

CFP: [American] Transatlantic Sensations

updated: 
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 1:14am
Jennifer Phegley

Call for Proposals and Manuscripts for Transatlantic Sensations

Edited by John Barton (bartonjc_at_umkc.edu) and Jennifer Phegley
(phegleyj_at_umkc.edu)
Deadline: March 1, 2008

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] âMusic and Politicsâ at SW/TX-PCA/ACA 13-16 Feb 2008 (Dec 1)

updated: 
Sunday, September 23, 2007 - 6:43pm
Christopher J Smith

UPDATE: “Music and Politics” at SW/TX-PCA/ACA 13-16 Feb 2008 (Dec 1)

The 28th Annual Meeting of the SW/TX PCA/ACA
February 13â€"16, 2008
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
Albuquerque, New Mexico

The SW/TX PCA/ACA annual conference represents one of the nation's largest
gatherings of interdisciplinary scholars, with a particular interest in
critical examinations of non-traditional or cross-disciplinary topics. In
order to maximize the pool of submissions, the deadline for proposals has
been extended to December 1.

UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] âMusic and Traditionâ at SW/TX-PCA/ACA 13-16 Feb 2008 (Dec 1)

updated: 
Sunday, September 23, 2007 - 6:42pm
Christopher J Smith

UPDATE: “Music and Tradition” at SW/TX-PCA/ACA 13-16 Feb 2008 (Dec 1)

The 29th Annual Meeting of the SW/TX PCA/ACA
February 13â€"16, 2008
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
Albuquerque, New Mexico

The SW/TX PCA/ACA annual conference represents one of the nation's largest
gatherings of interdisciplinary scholars, with a particular interest in
critical examinations of non-traditional or cross-disciplinary topics. In
order to maximize the pool of submissions, the deadline for proposals has
been extended to December 1.

CFP: [Renaissance] "Teaching Christopher Marlowe in the Twenty-First Century"

updated: 
Sunday, September 23, 2007 - 1:12pm
Sarah Scott

Call For Papers
"Teaching Christopher Marlowe in the Twenty-First Century"
Marlowe International Conference (http://www.mightyline.org)
30 June-4 July 2008
University of Kent at Canterbury

This panel invites papers investigating approaches to teaching
Marlowe in the twenty-first century. Possible topics include:
literary and cultural negotiations, pedagogical practices,
multicultural Marlowe, teaching Marlowe from page to stage.

Please email 150 word abstracts to Sarah Scott at
sscott_at_msmary.edu by 1 October 2007.

Include with your abstract: name and affiliation, email and
postal address, telephone number, A/V requirements (if any).

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