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Free Books for Review - No Deadline

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Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 2:29pm
Pennsylvania Literary Journal/ Anaphora Literary Press

Are you interested in receiving a free book from the publisher in exchange for writing a thorough 1,200-1,600 word review of the book? If so, the Pennsylvania Literary Journal is seeking requests from professors in all literary fields. Please choose one of the publishers from the following list (these have already agreed to send free books, and most have already sent at least one book to one of our reviewers):

University Press of Colorado
University of Nebraska Press
Hackett
Duke University Press
Columbia University Press
Palgrave Macmillan
Ashgate
The University of Alabama Press
University of Chicago Press
John Hopkins University Press
Rodopi
Ohio State University Press

Lives and Counterlives in American Literature, France, 25-28 May 2011, Session at AFEA Congress

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Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 10:19am
Association Française d'Etudes Americaines

Lives and Counterlives in American Literature, 25-28 May 2011, Session at AFEA Congress in Brest (France).
Association Française d'Etudes Americaines

May 27-29 2011

Contact email :

Submissions are invited for a session at the French American Studies Conference to be held in Brest, France at the end of May.

Lives and Counterlives: Truth in Literary Biography and Autobiography

[Update] Paris in American Literature, Edited Volume

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Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 8:33am
Jeffrey Herlihy and Vamsi K. Koneru, Editors

We invite submissions from new and established scholars for a volume on the role of Paris in American Literature. Original articles, theoretical pieces, linguistic analyses, and historical perspectives concerning any period, are welcome.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

Contexts:

History of Americans in Paris
Literary Life in France

Interpretations:

Expatriate Cultural Mimicry
Use of French Language by Americans in Paris
Imagining Americans: Parisian Responses to Artistic Exiles
Displacing Plymouth to Paris: Writing New Identity

Authors:

The York Deviancy Conference, 29th June-1st July 2011

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Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 5:54am
University of York

The conference theme is broadly conceived and we are keen to encourage papers from a variety of critical perspectives. We are particularly eager to encourage papers that are speculative, theoretically informed, future oriented, as well as those straying outside the usual parameters of mainstream criminological thought.

Key themes:
• All aspects of crime and deviance
• Social disorder and conduct
• Social harms in their diverse forms

CFP: Transforming Human Nature in Science, Technology and the Arts (1March2011 - 21-23 October 2011)

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Thursday, November 25, 2010 - 5:06am
New York Institute of Technology

TRANSFORMING HUMAN NATURE in Science, Technology, and the Arts

The New York Institute of Technology, in conjunction with the
University of Exeter, University Erlangen-Nürnberg and Dublin City
University, is pleased to announce the 1st Global Conference on
Transforming Human Nature in Science, Technology, and the Arts. The
conference will be held at the New York Institute of Technology's
Global Programs Campus in Manama, Bahrain from October 21st - 23rd,
2011. We invite papers and panel proposals. See
www.transformingthehuman.org

Confirmed Speakers:

Keynote Address: Julian Savulescu (Oxford University)