Convener: Sandra Stotsky (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)
UPDATE: Abstracts (300 words): deadline August 31, 2009
Conference Papers (20 minutes, 2500 words): deadline November 20, 2009
Essays for publication (6.000 words): deadline 30 March, 2010
There will be about 50 Euro fees for coffee/drinks/lunches (dinners and hotels not included) - Please check updates at http://www.hum.leiden.edu/research/africanliteratures/africaloralliterat...
CALL FOR PAPERS. Multimedia Research and Documentation of Oral Genres in Africa: the step forward.
This panel focuses on work that ALSC has published in the past year, focusing on Literary Imagination, Forum, and Literary Matters. Panelists will discuss major pieces from these journals and respond to them, extending the conversation and foregrounding the publications of ALSC. Please send proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Convener: Michael Poliakoff (University of Colorado)
Each generation creates new versions and adaptations of the classics. This panel will examine recent translations, performances and adaptations of the classic drama of Greece and Rome, examining a wide range of forms (theater, film, dance, opera, forms of translation, etc.) the underlying question to be addressed is that of what classical antiquity means to contemporary artists and audiences. Please send proposals to Michael Poliakoff at Michael.Poliakoff@Colorado.edu, with a CC to email@example.com.
Convener: David Rothman (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Women and freemasonry since the Enlightenment.
Conference organized at Bordeaux University and Musée d'Aquitaine,
June 17-18- 19, 2010
LNS (Lumières Nature Société), Université de Bordeaux 3 sponsored by the Conseil Régional d'Aquitaine
CELFF, CNRS, Université de Paris IV Sorbonne
Laboratoire CIRTAI-IDEES, équipe de l'UMR 6228 (CNRS) Université du Havre
Sheffield Centre for Research into Freemasonry, Université de Sheffield
Centre de recherche sur la franc-maçonnerie, FREE, Université de Bruxelles
Center for the Study of Women , UCLA
Unviersité Sapienza, Rome
APPEL A CONTRIBUTIONS / CALL FOR PAPERS
French Journal of Irish Studies
Autumn 2009 issue / Numéro d'Automne 2009
Special issue / Numéro Thématique
Representations of the intellectual in Ireland
Figures de l'intellectuel en Irlande
Prof. Carle Bonafous-Murat
Prof. Maurice Goldring
NOUVELLE DATE LIMITE POUR SOUMETTRE / NEW DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 15 JUNE 2009
BRITISH SOCIETY FOR EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES
39th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Tuesday 5 January-Thursday 7 January 2010
ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE, OXFORD, U.K.
CFP Deadline: Friday 25 September 2009
For its 39th annual conference, to be held in Oxford from 6-8 January 2010, the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies invites proposals in either English or French for papers and sessions dealing with any aspect of the long eighteenth century, not only in Britain, but also throughout Europe and the wider world. Proposals are invited for individual papers, for fully comprised panels of three papers, and for roundtable sessions of five speakers.
The nature of scholarship implies process rather than closure. The October special issue on "Closing the Gap and Rectification" aims exactly to highlight the necessity both of preceding achievement as a basis for later development and addition and the inevitability of revision and rectification of foregoing mistakes and dated arguments. Only by means of closing the gap and revising, can a next generation of new ideas announce themselves. The effort at closing the gap or rectification is less an attempt at finding faults with views of early scholars or an impassioned attack or even antics aimed at courting attention.
1st call for papers: The 16th Annual Postgraduate Symposium of the School of English, Media and Performing Arts will be held at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Thursday 15 October and Friday 16 October 2009.
Submissions of proposals are now open.
Please submit proposals of 250-300 words by 17 July 2009 to EMPASymposium@gmail.com
URL to download CFP:
Call for Papers: Beyond Girls in Uniform and Death in Venice?
41st Anniversary Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
April 7-11, 2010
Montreal, Quebec - Hilton Bonaventure
In Derrida's Wake
9 October 2009
La Trobe University
8 October 2009 marks the fifth anniversary of the death of French deconstructionist Jacques Derrida. Given Derrida's concern with dates and contexts, but also with notions of trying to mourn for lost friends and the responsibilities of the living towards the dead and their legacies, it seems a more than appropriate time--perhaps a day late, because we hesitate, trying to postpone the inevitable--to bring together some friends and scholars of Derrida, not to mourn a man so concerned with the impossibility of mourning, but to begin to celebrate the enduring influence of deconstruction, to survey the state of play across the disciplines, in Derrida's wake.
Call for Papers
LITERATURE/FILM ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2009
October 15-18, 2009
Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
"Texts, Technologies, and Intertextualities: Film Adaptation in a Postmodern World"
Plenary speakers: (1) Phillip Lopate, essayist, film critic, and editor
of American Movie Critics: An Anthology from the Silents Until Now (2006). (2) A filmmaker from Brave New Films, an organization for social justice in Culver City, CA which makes essay-films on American politics, economics, and media for the DVD market and the Internet.
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS STUDENT CONFERENCE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Acceptance Notification: Early October
The Cartographical Necessity of Exile
Derek Walcott identified a cartographical necessity of exile in his 1984 collection of poetry, Midsummer, when he wrote:
So, however far you have travelled, your
steps make more holes and the mesh is multiplied –
… exiles must make their own maps