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CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Conference "The Cultures of James Bond", Saarland University (Germany)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 10, 2008 - 1:07pm
Joachim Frenk

Saarland University, Germany

Since his earliest appearances in print and on the screen, James Bond has
become a popular icon and has developed nothing short of his own cultural
mythology. His iconic status today may well hide the fact that through
the years, “James Bond” has acquired very different meanings in a variety
of contexts. He has provided a screen onto which the heterogeneous
desires of nationally, culturally and socially diverse readers, viewers
and users have

UPDATE: [Renaissance] MAPACA 2008

updated: 
Tuesday, June 10, 2008 - 12:52pm
Diana Vecchio

UPDATE: Deadline June 30, 2008

Call for Papers MAPACA 2008
Beowulf to Shakespeare: Popular Culture in the Middle Ages and the
Renaissance

Conference October 30-November 2, 2008
Niagara Falls, Ontario

The wealth of material found in the literature of the Middle Ages and
Renaissance continues to attract modern audiences with new works in
fiction, film, and other areas, whether through adaptation or
incorporation of themes and characters. This is a call for papers or
panels dealing with any aspect of medieval or renaissance representation
in popular culture. Topics for this area include, but are not limited to:

-modern portrayals of any aspect of Arthurian legends or Shakespeare

UPDATE: [Medieval] MAPACA 2008

updated: 
Tuesday, June 10, 2008 - 12:52pm
Diana Vecchio

UPDATE: Deadline June 30, 2008

Call for Papers MAPACA 2008
Beowulf to Shakespeare: Popular Culture in the Middle Ages and the
Renaissance

Conference October 30-November 2, 2008
Niagara Falls, Ontario

The wealth of material found in the literature of the Middle Ages and
Renaissance continues to attract modern audiences with new works in
fiction, film, and other areas, whether through adaptation or
incorporation of themes and characters. This is a call for papers or
panels dealing with any aspect of medieval or renaissance representation
in popular culture. Topics for this area include, but are not limited to:

-modern portrayals of any aspect of Arthurian legends or Shakespeare

CFP: [Renaissance] deadline extended: UVA-Wise Medieval-Renaissance Conference

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 7:34pm
Kenneth Tiller

The deadline for submissions to the UVA-Wise Medieval-Renaissance
Conference has been extended until June 30. Please see our CFP on this
website.

Please direct submissions on English Language and Literature and requests
for general information to:

Kenneth J. Tiller
Department of Language and Literature
UVA’s College at Wise
Wise, VA 24293
(276) 376-4587
kjt9t_at_uvawise.edu

Submissions on Art, Music, and Continental Literature:

Amelia J. Harris
Academic Dean
UVA’s College at Wise
Wise, VA 24293
(276) 376-4557
ajh7a_at_uvawise.edu

Submissions on History or Philosophy:

UPDATE: [Medieval] deadline extended: UVA-Wise Medieval-Renaissance Conference

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 7:34pm
Kenneth Tiller

The deadline for submissions to the UVA-Wise Medieval-Renaissance
Conference has been extended until June 30. Please see our CFP on this
website.

Please direct submissions on English Language and Literature and requests
for general information to:

Kenneth J. Tiller
Department of Language and Literature
UVA’s College at Wise
Wise, VA 24293
(276) 376-4587
kjt9t_at_uvawise.edu

Submissions on Art, Music, and Continental Literature:

Amelia J. Harris
Academic Dean
UVA’s College at Wise
Wise, VA 24293
(276) 376-4557
ajh7a_at_uvawise.edu

Submissions on History or Philosophy:

CFP: [Collections] Collections of classic Shelley criticism (mss. due late 08; book)

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 4:28pm
D. Sanders

Facts On File, a New York publisher of reference books for schools and
libraries, is seeking scholars to edit anthologies of nineteenth- and
early-twentieth-century criticism of the works of Shelley. The scholar
will introduce and provide context for the critical extracts, discussing
and interpreting how critical reputations are built and change. In
addition, contributing editors will be asked to supply additional critical
extracts and introductory commentary, where needed, to bolster the
publication’s offerings. Respondents should have a PhD, broad knowledge of
the secondary literature on the subject author, an ability to write
clearly and succinctly for students in both high school and college, and

CFP: [Film] NEMLA panel: "Fins-de-siecles: Narrative Form in the Victorian and Postmodern Serial"

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 4:26pm
Anne Moore

Critics and fans alike defend the status of shows like *The Wire* and *The Sopranos* by calling them
“the new Dickens.” Obviously, the expansive form encourages readers to consider these narratives
as parallel, but what about the serial’s status as a commodity? How is the behavior of Victorian and
postmodern serial readers similar? Why have these famously “addictive” narratives taken hold of the
popular imagination at these particular historical moments? This panel hopes to address these
questions and more, considering seriality through a transatlantic and transhistorical lens.
Psychoanalytic, cultural studies, and feminist perspectives are encouraged, as are papers that

CFP: [Victorian] NEMLA panel: "Fins-de-siecles: Narrative Form in the Victorian and Postmodern Serial"

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 4:26pm
Anne Moore

Critics and fans alike defend the status of shows like *The Wire* and *The Sopranos* by calling them
“the new Dickens.” Obviously, the expansive form encourages readers to consider these narratives
as parallel, but what about the serial’s status as a commodity? How is the behavior of Victorian and
postmodern serial readers similar? Why have these famously “addictive” narratives taken hold of the
popular imagination at these particular historical moments? This panel hopes to address these
questions and more, considering seriality through a transatlantic and transhistorical lens.
Psychoanalytic, cultural studies, and feminist perspectives are encouraged, as are papers that

CFP: [20th] NEMLA panel: "Fins-de-siecles: Narrative Form in the Victorian and Postmodern Serial"

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 4:17pm
Anne Moore

Critics and fans alike defend the status of shows like *The Wire* and *The Sopranos* by calling them
“the new Dickens.” Obviously, the expansive form of the serial encourages readers to consider these
narratives as parallel, but what about the serial narrative’s status as a commodity? How is the
behavior of Victorian and postmodern serial readers similar? Why have these famously “addictive”
narratives taken hold of the popular imagination at these particular historical moments? This panel
hopes to address these questions and more, considering seriality through a transatlantic and
transhistorical lens. Papers from psychoanalytic, cultural studies, and feminist perspectives are

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Concepts of âIâ - âSelfâ - âSubject(ivityâ) in Literature and Literary Theory. [Public. and Conf.]

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 3:46pm
Prof. Dr. J. Taffarel

Concepts of ‘I’ - ‘Self’ - ‘Subject(ivity’) in Literature and Literary
Theory. [Publication and Conference]

*****

---> Submissions beginning NOW; Deadline: 15 August 2008

---> Date of Publication: April 2009

---> Date of Conference: 17 April â€" 20 April 2009, Vienna

*****

We welcome approximately 40 essays of interest to those concerned with the
study of key concepts, both, in literature and literary studies: ‘I’ â€"
‘self’ â€" ‘Subject(ivity)’

We are looking particularly for contributions on various topics in literary
studies, literary theory and philosophy of literature answering to the
publication's subject matter.

CFP: [International] Concepts of âIâ - âSelfâ - âSubject(ivityâ) in Literature and Literary Theory. [Public. and Conf.]

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 3:44pm
Prof. Dr. J. Taffarel

Concepts of ‘I’ - ‘Self’ - ‘Subject(ivity’) in Literature and Literary
Theory. [Publication and Conference]

*****

---> Submissions beginning NOW; Deadline: 15 August 2008

---> Date of Publication: April 2009

---> Date of Conference: 17 April â€" 20 April 2009, Vienna

*****

We welcome approximately 40 essays of interest to those concerned with the
study of key concepts, both, in literature and literary studies: ‘I’ â€"
‘self’ â€" ‘Subject(ivity)’

We are looking particularly for contributions on various topics in literary
studies, literary theory and philosophy of literature answering to the
publication's subject matter.

CFP: [Collections] Chester Himes and His Legacy (Clues: A Journal of Detection)

updated: 
Monday, June 9, 2008 - 3:20pm
Elizabeth Foxwell

Call for Papers: Chester Himes and His Legacy
_Clues: A Journal of Detection_

Guest Editor: Norlisha F. Crawford, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

This special issue of _Clues_ will focus on Chester Himes, his Harlem
series, as well as works by those authors who influenced him (e.g., Rudolph
Fisher) and those who were influenced by him (e.g., Walter Mosley, James
Sallis, Ishmael Reed). Theory-based analyses are welcomed. Thematic
approaches to essays might include:

-- African American detective fiction’s relationship to racial uplift
literary tradition;

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