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Thursday, December 9, 2010 - 3:02am
ISEA2011 Istanbul

Dear All,

for ISEA2011 Istanbul all selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings with ISBN, ISSN and DOI.

Please note there is just a month left.

Also for those of you who are submitting or thinking of submitting panels and/or workshops, you may wish to consider to transform your papers, after the conference, in a thematic issue of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA).

For more information on ISEA2011 Istanbul

Transnational American Cultures: Stories, Objects, Spaces (4/15/2011)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 11:44pm
Prof. Rocio G. Davis

Essays are sought for a collection entitled "Transnational American Cultures: Stories, Objects, Spaces." Taking as a point of departure Shelley Fisher Fishkin's notion of the "transnational turn" in American Studies, this volume aims to engage the "the multidirectional flows of people, ideas, and goods and the social, political, linguistic, cultural, and economic crossroads generated in the process." The essays in the volume will focus on how stories, objects, and spaces circulate either physically or through narrative and become emblems of a particular way of perceiving America and American cultures.

Serialization: Theory and Practice

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 6:33pm
Steven J. Venturino

Submissions and queries are welcome for a volume of essays that reflects the growing interest both in teaching serial narratives themselves and teaching narratives in a serial manner. These interests unite teachers of Victorian novels with faculty working in a wide variety of media, from graphic novels and comic books to film, radio, television, video games, Web narratives, and even social networking discourses.

Lost and Found: Nostalgia in Media - February 25th and 26th, 2011

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 5:47pm
New York University - Department of Cinema Studies

Call for Papers: LOST AND FOUND: Nostalgia in Media

NYU Cinema Studies Student Conference, Spring 2011

February 25-26, 2011 -- New York University, New York, NY

The New York University Cinema Studies department is excited to announce the 2011 Student Conference. Each year, our goal is to bring together scholars from a variety of departments and disciplines in order to address the transformations currently shaping the field of cinema studies. We look forward to providing students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels with an opportunity to present their ideas to their peers. Organized by and for students, the conference offers a unique forum for intellectual dialogue and stands as a valuable learning experience.

SUNY Council on Writing Conference, March 18-19, 2011

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 5:25pm
State University of New York Conference on Writing Conference

SUNY Council on Writing Annual Conference
Binghamton University, State University of New York
March 18-19, 2011

"Building 21st Century Writing Programs:Literacy and Leadership in the New Millennium"

[UPDATE] The Task of the Critic: March 25-26, 2011

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 4:25pm
Yale University

What is at stake when we read a text? What do we mean when we call ourselves literary critics or practitioners of critical theory, literary theory, or men and women of letters? This conference calls out to those who practice close reading and invites them to reflect on what happens in the critical moment of reading. We are preoccupied with the question of the status of the material produced by the reader of texts. What is the task of the writer of "secondary literature"? Beyond questions of a particular critic's adherence to a given methodological approach, what does it mean to suggest that the critic has a calling?

[UPDATE] Extended Deadline for Schuylkill Graduate Journal--1/18/11

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 3:16pm
Schuylkill Graduate Journal

Schuylkill graduate journal is seeking submissions from all disciplines for our 9th volume of critical essays and book reviews to be published in Spring of 2011 (online and in print). We are seeking papers on the relationships between minds and bodies, 10-15 pages in length; double spaced; MLA format; no footnotes. Current graduate students should send their work to the Article Editors at skook@temple.edu by January 18, 2011. No simultaneous submissions please.

In a famous chapter-long digression in Samuel Beckett's _Murphy_ (1938), the narrator pauses to justify the expression "Murphy's mind:"

Undergraduate Humanities Research - Apollon eJournal

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 2:04pm
Jason Cohen / Berea College and Apollon eJournal

Apollon eJournal invites college and university undergraduate students to help edit or get published in a new peer-reviewed digital humanities publication. Interested faculty should contact us by January 15, 2011; students submissions deadline is February 15, 2011.

BORDERS (May 23-24, 2011)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 1:57pm
Ege University, Faculty of Letters, Izmir, Turkey

The 2nd International Undergraduate Symposium, organized by the undergraduate students of Departments of English Language and Literature and American Culture and Literature, will be held on 23-24 May 2011 at the Faculty of Letters, Ege University (Izmir-Turkey).
All it takes is submitting a 250 word abstract and a short bio to egeius2011@gmail.com by 14 February 2011. Abstracts will be reviewed by the academic screening committee, and we'll let you know the results on 21 February 2011.

Please remember that the selected papers should not exceed 15 minutes.

Conference website will be available shortly at: www.ius.ege.edu.tr

Bram Stoker Centenary Conference: Bram Stoker and Gothic Transformations (12-14 April 2012)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 1:22pm
University of Hull, UK and Whitby, North Yorkshire

"My revenge is just begun! I spread it over centuries and time is on my side."

Count Dracula's declaration from Bram Stoker's iconic 1897 vampire novel is, in many ways, descriptive of the Gothic genre. Like the shape-shifting Transylvanian Count, the Gothic encompasses and has manifested itself in many forms since its emergence in 1764 with the publication of Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto. Its revenge has just begun. It has spread over centuries and time is on its side.

PCEA Conference - Narratives of Travel & Navigation: English by Water, Air, Land, and Imagination

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 1:01pm
Pennsylvania College English Association

Erie, Pennsylvania, the state's only port city, has historically served as a center for maritime and rail travel. Its waters were vital to winning wars and providing a point of arrival for immigrants. Erie's remote location and close proximity to the Canadian border also offered a conduit for those escaping slavery. Narratives of travel have long served to document the course of peoples' physical and imaginative movements. They have recorded minute details of lived experience as well as aspirations for the future and fears of the unknown, creating histories of time and place, directing individual lives, and shaping cultural realities.

PANEL 'The Time of Protest' @ The Revolution of Time and the Time of Revolution Conference

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 11:02am
The Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Student Alliance at Binghamton University (S.U.N.Y.)

The Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Student Alliance at
Binghamton University (S.U.N.Y.) Presents:
The Revolution of Time and the Time of Revolution
A conference
The 25th – 26th of March, 2011
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter Gratton, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
University of San Diego, CA

The Time of Protest

[UPDATE] 2011 Queer Studies Conference at UNC Asheville; Dec. 20, 2010; March 31-April 2 2011

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 11:00am
UNC Asheville

Queer /kweer/v., n., & adj. • v. 1 to transgress boundaries. 2 to change lives. 3 to...
2011 Queer Studies Conference at UNC Asheville
March 31 through April 2, 2011, Asheville, NC
The UNC Asheville Queer Studies conference is dedicated to the investigation of genders and sexualities. All GLBTQ-related proposals will be considered. We welcome a range of approaches and participants, including faculty, community members, graduate and undergraduate students. All formats will be considered, including paper presentations (15 minutes), panels (60 to 75 minutes), workshops, readings, exhibitions, film screenings and performances. Paper presentations will be organized into groups of 3 to 4 papers.

Contemporary Music and Fiction - Collection (1/31/11)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 10:44am
Erich Hertz / Siena College; Jeff Roessner / Mercyhurst College

Submissions are sought for a collection of essays titled Write in Tune: Representing Contemporary Music in Fiction.