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CFP: [Film] Visual Productions of Citizenship in American Culture ASA 11/5-9, 2009

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Saturday, January 3, 2009 - 3:23am
Kimberly Lamm

Call for Panelists for the American Studies Association: “Practices of
Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging." November 5-9, 2009
Washington D.C.
Visual Productions of Citizenship in American Culture

This proposed panel will analyze when and how visual culture has
contributed to changes in and access to American citizenship, both formal
and cultural. We are looking for papers that theorize the relationship
between visuality and citizenship from within specific historical contexts.

What role has visual culture played creating feelings and structures of
cultural belonging? When and how have visual texts helped to document and
resist the exclusionary borders placed around American citizenship?

CFP: [American] Visual Productions of Citizenship in American Culture ASA 11/5-9, 2009

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Saturday, January 3, 2009 - 3:22am
Kimberly Lamm

Call for Panelists for the American Studies Association: “Practices of
Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging.“ November 5-9, 2009
Washington D.C.
Visual Productions of Citizenship in American Culture

This proposed panel will analyze when and how visual culture has
contributed to changes in and access to American citizenship, both formal
and cultural. We are looking for papers that theorize the relationship
between visuality and citizenship from within specific historical contexts.

UPDATE: [Science] In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

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Friday, January 2, 2009 - 4:44pm
Eric D. Smith

UPDATE: Deadline for Abstracts has been extended to January 15

In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

April 3-4, 2009

Graduate Student Conference
Department of English
University of Alabama in Huntsville

Speakers: Phillip E. Wegner (University of Florida)
                Tobias Buckell

UPDATE: [Graduate] In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 4:44pm
Eric D. Smith

UPDATE: Deadline for Abstracts has been extended to January 15

In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

April 3-4, 2009

Graduate Student Conference
Department of English
University of Alabama in Huntsville

Speakers: Phillip E. Wegner (University of Florida)
                Tobias Buckell

UPDATE: [General] In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 4:43pm
Eric D. Smith

UPDATE: Deadline for Abstracts has been extended to January 15

In Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition, and the SF Imagination

April 3-4, 2009

Graduate Student Conference
Department of English
University of Alabama in Huntsville

Speakers: Phillip E. Wegner (University of Florida)
                Tobias Buckell

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] History of Intellectual Property

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Friday, January 2, 2009 - 3:45pm
Martha Woodmansee

International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property

CALL FOR PAPERS

First Annual ISHTIP Workshop

The Construction of Immateriality
Practices of Appropriation and the Genealogy of Intellectual Property

Bocconi University, Milan Italy
26-27 June 2009

This workshop will explore the making of "intellectual property", understood broadly as the
myriad legal and non-legal processes by which individuals and groups are credited with, and
rewarded for, the authorship of intangible creations, while others are condemned or penalised
for using or claiming such creations as their own.

CFP: [International] Gothic Sensations - Sensational Gothic (09/10-12/09)

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Friday, January 2, 2009 - 11:54am
Gothic Sensations

Gothic Sensations â€" Sensational Gothic
University of Salford, UK, 10-12 September 2009

The recent (re)turn to the study of emotion in literary studies invites a
reconsideration of the Gothic as a mode that relies on the emotional
response of those who are confronted with the uncanny and who, as a
result, experience fear. The ways in which writers represent emotional
response and immediacy is central to understanding the Gothic as a force
that transcends and transmutes culturally enforced structures of (self-)
control and the fashioning of gender roles and stereotypes.

CFP: [Graduate] Gothic Sensations - Sensational Gothic (09/10-12/09)

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 11:54am
Gothic Sensations

Gothic Sensations â€" Sensational Gothic
University of Salford, UK, 10-12 September 2009

The recent (re)turn to the study of emotion in literary studies invites a
reconsideration of the Gothic as a mode that relies on the emotional
response of those who are confronted with the uncanny and who, as a
result, experience fear. The ways in which writers represent emotional
response and immediacy is central to understanding the Gothic as a force
that transcends and transmutes culturally enforced structures of (self-)
control and the fashioning of gender roles and stereotypes.

CFP: [Victorian] Gothic Sensations - Sensational Gothic (09/10-12/09)

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 11:54am
Gothic Sensations

Gothic Sensations â€" Sensational Gothic
University of Salford, UK, 10-12 September 2009

The recent (re)turn to the study of emotion in literary studies invites a
reconsideration of the Gothic as a mode that relies on the emotional
response of those who are confronted with the uncanny and who, as a
result, experience fear. The ways in which writers represent emotional
response and immediacy is central to understanding the Gothic as a force
that transcends and transmutes culturally enforced structures of (self-)
control and the fashioning of gender roles and stereotypes.

CFP: [Romantic] Gothic Sensations - Sensational Gothic (09/10-12/09)

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 11:53am
Gothic Sensations

Gothic Sensations â€" Sensational Gothic
University of Salford, UK, 10-12 September 2009

The recent (re)turn to the study of emotion in literary studies invites a
reconsideration of the Gothic as a mode that relies on the emotional
response of those who are confronted with the uncanny and who, as a
result, experience fear. The ways in which writers represent emotional
response and immediacy is central to understanding the Gothic as a force
that transcends and transmutes culturally enforced structures of (self-)
control and the fashioning of gender roles and stereotypes.

CFP: [18th] Gothic Sensations - Sensational Gothic (09/10-12/09)

updated: 
Friday, January 2, 2009 - 11:53am
Gothic Sensations

Gothic Sensations â€" Sensational Gothic
University of Salford, UK, 10-12 September 2009

The recent (re)turn to the study of emotion in literary studies invites a
reconsideration of the Gothic as a mode that relies on the emotional
response of those who are confronted with the uncanny and who, as a
result, experience fear. The ways in which writers represent emotional
response and immediacy is central to understanding the Gothic as a force
that transcends and transmutes culturally enforced structures of (self-)
control and the fashioning of gender roles and stereotypes.

CFP: [General] A Digital Showcase of E-Journals, MLA, Dec 27-30, 2009

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Thursday, January 1, 2009 - 11:02pm
Keith Dorwick

I am seeking Editors of E-only Journals (not just adjunct websites to
journals that are primarily conceived of as print) who would like to
participate with me in a digital roundtable at the Modern Language
Association (MLA) Conference in Philadelphia, 27â€"30 December, 2009. Digital
roundtables are new to the MLA: editors and potential contributors and
readers will meet in a room with eight or so networked computers. Editors
could display recent issues of their journals, talk to potential
contributors and discuss the problem of taking e-scholarship seriously.

CFP: [18th] "The Spectral 18th Century," SCSECS 2009

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Thursday, January 1, 2009 - 9:44pm
Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins

This panel focuses on the eighteenth-century fascination with the
immaterial, abstract, and spectral, whether in literature, architecture,
art and aesthetic theory, or natural philosophy. Topics may include but
are not limited to the following: immaterialism; theories of vision and
perception; theories of imagination; apparition literature; haunted spaces;
the realms of fantasy. Please send brief abstracts to Eugenia Zuroski
Jenkins at ezuroski_at_uark.edu.

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Regionalism in U.S. Literature and Culture Before 1900 (MLA 2009)

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Thursday, January 1, 2009 - 6:00pm
John Funchion

Even as we attend to the global and transnational dimensions of literature,
Pascale Casanova has encouraged us to study both the formation and
character of so-called "small literatures" of dominated nations or of
subordinated regions within nations. While we have developed a rich
vocabulary for discussing cosmopolitanism and transnational literary
studies, we have not completely theorized regionalism or
regionalization--the process by which a literary and cultural space assumes
a local rather than a national or cosmopolitan character. This MLA panel
will move in the direction of arriving at a richer theoretical and critical
understanding of regionalism and regionalization by examining the local

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