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CFP: [Collections] Furniture and Fashion: Interactions

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 4:00pm
Dr. John Potvin

Looking for new insights into eighteenth century material culture, the
recent exhibition “Dangerous Liaisons: Fashion and Furniture in the
Eighteenth Century” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2004) displayed
Rococo fashion alongside furniture in period interiors in order to
facilitate a dialogue between these two major aspects of cultural
production. In his essay critically examining this exhibition, design
historian Peter McNeil posed a series of questions which raise some of
the concerns this volume wishes to address regarding the much neglected
relationship between fashion and furniture. “What is the relationship
between fashion, body, artifact and space? Do developments in the history

CFP: [Collections] The Madwoman in the Attic After 30 Years (collection)

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 3:54pm
Annette Federico

I welcome abstracts and full essays for a proposed edited collection which
would reassess the influence of Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar’s The
Madwoman in the Attic after thirty years. I welcome essays that explore the
legacy of this groundbreaking work for feminist theory and
nineteenth-century literary studies through rereadings of the primary
texts; readings of other works through the book’s critical paradigm; and
explorations of its critical history, especially when placed in relation to
competing theories and critical voices.
Abstracts should be approximately 500 words long. Please submit abstracts
or full essays by email attachment to
Annette R. Federico at federiar_at_jmu.edu. Please

CFP: [Gender Studies] The Madwoman in the Attic After 30 Years (collection)

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 3:52pm
Annette Federico

I welcome abstracts and full essays for a proposed edited collection which
would reassess the influence of Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar’s The
Madwoman in the Attic after thirty years. I welcome essays that explore the
legacy of this groundbreaking work for feminist theory and
nineteenth-century literary studies through rereadings of the primary
texts; readings of other works through the book’s critical paradigm; and
explorations of its critical history, especially when placed in relation to
competing theories and critical voices.
Abstracts should be approximately 500 words long. Please submit abstracts
or full essays by email attachment to Annette R. Federico at

CFP: [Collections] Special Section of Disability Studies Quarterly on the Undergraduate Classroom

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 3:51pm
Margaret Price

Special Section of _Disability Studies Quarterly_: Disability in the
Undergraduate Classroom

This special section will feature writing about disability by
undergraduate students. To put this important writing in context, the
issue will also feature two to three scholarly essays by professors on
teaching disability in the undergraduate classroom. Expected publication
Fall 2008.

We invite students to submit papers and projects related to disability --
including both traditional papers and multi-modal, online work. A teacher
may submit on a student's behalf if appropriate permission has been
obtained from the student authors.

CFP: [Victorian] The Madwoman in the Attic After 30 Years

updated: 
Friday, October 5, 2007 - 3:51pm
Annette Federico

I welcome abstracts and full essays for a proposed edited collection which
would reassess the influence of Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar’s The
Madwoman in the Attic after thirty years. I welcome essays that explore the
legacy of this groundbreaking work for feminist theory and
nineteenth-century literary studies through rereadings of the primary
texts; readings of other works through the book’s critical paradigm; and
explorations of its critical history, especially when placed in relation to
competing theories and critical voices.
Abstracts should be approximately 500 words long. Please submit abstracts
or full essays by email attachment to Annette R. Federico at

CFP: [Professional] Graduate Student Life/Job Market (Nov 1 2007); CEA March 27-29,2008

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:07pm
Jordan Cofer

Call for Papers: College English Association National Conference 39TH
ANNUAL CONFERENCE | Passages St. Louis, Missouri March 27-29, 2008

College English Association invites those interested to speak in the
Graduate Student Job Market panel/roundtable discussion which will
focus on "navigating the interview," "writing the cover letter," and
"Job Interview War Stories." Since the conference theme this year is
passages, this panel will focus on a graduate student's "passage" into the
job market.

UPDATE: [Ethnic] Race and Writing (12.15.2007; 2.29.2008-3.1.2008)

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 11:42am
College English Association-Caribbean Chapter

Writing Race

The College English Association - Caribbean Chapter (CEA-CC) will hold
their 2008 Spring Conference in the University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo
(Puerto Rico) on the 29th of February and the 1st of March. The 2008
conference will address the general topic of race and writing. We invite
proposals for 20-minute papers on any aspect of the topic, from a
literary historical, critical, theoretical, interdisciplinary or other
perspective. The proposals are not limited to English language
literature.

CFP: [Film] Call for article submissions for theme issue of Journal of Popular Film and Television

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 2:51am
Faye Riley

“Orphans No More: Ephemeral Films and American Culture”
A Proposal for a Theme Issue of Journal of Popular Film and Television
 
>From the early 1900s to the present day, millions of workers, students, corporate sales
employees, and members of civic organizations have viewed nonfiction films and videos at
school, at the office, in church basements, on television and at their local theater. Ephemeral and
Orphan films refer to a wide range of non-Hollywood film genres, including but not limited to:
management and sales training, mental hygiene, science, travel and religious education films.

CFP: [Religion] Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:37am
Salah D. Hassan

Call for Papers

The 3rd Muslim Studies Conference
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Conference Dates: April 3-5

Conference Title: “Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere”

Keynote Speakers: Mahmood Mamdani, Geneive Abdo, and Howard Winant

CFP: [Ethnic] Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:37am
Salah D. Hassan

Call for Papers

The 3rd Muslim Studies Conference
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Conference Dates: April 3-5

Conference Title: “Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere”

Keynote Speakers: Mahmood Mamdani, Geneive Abdo, and Howard Winant

CFP: [Postcolonial] Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere

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Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:37am
Salah D. Hassan

Call for Papers

The 3rd Muslim Studies Conference
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Conference Dates: April 3-5

Conference Title: “Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere”

Keynote Speakers: Mahmood Mamdani, Geneive Abdo, and Howard Winant

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere

updated: 
Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:37am
Salah D. Hassan

Call for Papers

The 3rd Muslim Studies Conference
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Conference Dates: April 3-5

Conference Title: “Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere”

Keynote Speakers: Mahmood Mamdani, Geneive Abdo, and Howard Winant

CFP: [General] "Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere"

updated: 
Friday, October 5, 2007 - 1:30am
Salah D. Hassan

Call for Papers

The 3rd Muslim Studies Conference
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Conference Dates: April 3-5

Conference Title: “Muslims, Race and the Public Sphere”

Keynote Speakers: Mahmood Mamdani, Geneive Abdo, and Howard Winant

CFP: [Science] society for disability studies, new york city, june 2008

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Thursday, October 4, 2007 - 10:22pm
Petra Kuppers

Call for Proposals
Society for Disability Studies 21st Annual Conference
New York City, June 18-22, 2008
“Cosmopolitan? Disability Studies Crips the City”
Submission Deadline: 1 December 2007
As Disability Studies becomes more aware of the boundaries of its own
discourses, we want to explore critically the lands of its origins, the
limits of its imagination, and the challenges of experiencing wider
space. Bodies, ideas, and words travel across borders, negotiate
restricted space and resistance, and become transformed as they journey.
How do notions of disability, Disability Studies, and disability culture
shift in these travels? Who participates in these travels and who is

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] society for disability studies, new york city, june 2008

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Thursday, October 4, 2007 - 10:19pm
Petra Kuppers

Call for Proposals
Society for Disability Studies 21st Annual Conference
New York City, June 18-22, 2008
“Cosmopolitan? Disability Studies Crips the City”
Submission Deadline: 1 December 2007
As Disability Studies becomes more aware of the boundaries of its own
discourses, we want to explore critically the lands of its origins, the
limits of its imagination, and the challenges of experiencing wider
space. Bodies, ideas, and words travel across borders, negotiate
restricted space and resistance, and become transformed as they journey.
How do notions of disability, Disability Studies, and disability culture
shift in these travels? Who participates in these travels and who is

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