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The South Central College English Association welcomes proposals for 20-minute presentations to be delivered at the 2010 SCMLA Convention (October 28-30) in Fort Worth, TX. Our session is entitled "Teaching the Tough Texts," and we are especially interested in presenters who will share strategies for introducing structurally complex or controversial writings to undergraduates. For example, some panelists might offer guidance on leading students through the labyrinthine prose of Henry James or Homi Bhabha. Others might discuss how to teach novels such as Twain's HUCKLEBERRY FINN or Ellis's AMERICAN PSYCHO, books that many readers have, for various reasons, deemed offensive.
The Journal of Literary Theory (JLT) invites contributions for Vol. 5, No. 1, 2011
Standards & Norms of Literary Studies
This conference seeks to cover the diversity of Penguin's publication history. In 2010, Penguin Books will be 75 years old and Puffin Books will be 70 years old. Organised by the AHRC Penguin Archive Project, the International Penguin Conference is occasioned by these two anniversaries of what is arguably the most distinctive and the most significant publishing house in the twentieth century and beyond. The conference will take place at the University of Bristol on three days: Tuesday 29 June - Thursday 1 July 2010.
Call For Papers
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters
2010 Annual Meeting
March 26, 2010
Grand Rapids, Michigan
15 to 20 MINUTE PAPERS
ON ANY ASPECT OF WOMEN'S STUDIES
Rhetoric, Media Studies, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Literature, Sociology,
Psychology, Communication, Law, Political Science, Art, History, Education
Among the wide range of objects open to scrutiny, space is undoubtedly the most commonly studied by a number of sciences among the human and social sciences and the Earth and marine sciences, each claiming anteriority in its use of the concept.
"TURNING POINTS": SHOCK AND INTROSPECTION
4th Annual Graduate Conference
Friday April 30-Saturday May1, 2010
Department of Comparative Literature
Call for Papers
"Me from Myself, to vanish
had I art,
Impregnable my fortress,
of all heart
And since myself attacked me,
how have I peace,
except by subjugation consciousness,
And since we are mutual monarch,
how this be,
except by abdication,
me to me"
Updated Confirmation of Keynote Speakers
MAUDE BARLOW, ANDREW NIKIFORUK, RICHARD WHITE, VANDANA SHIVA, and LEO JACOBS
Under Western Skies: Climate, Culture and Change in Western North America
October 13-16, 2010, Mount Royal University Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Call For Papers
This interdisciplinary and cross-cultural gathering welcomes presentations on the environmental challenges now faced by diverse populations, both human and nonhuman, in the Western lands of Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
This call invites proposals for papers to be presented at the 2010 American Literature Association conference in San Francisco, CA, May 27-30.
In The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, Freud explains that "the border-line between the nervous, normal, and abnormal states is indistinct." Consequently, while phenomena such as forgetting, slips of the tongue, and other "mistakes" are generally seen by society as normal, one could argue that they are in fact the foundation for more menacing psychopathologies like paranoia, schizophrenia, personality disorders, or even homicidal behavior.
"The 1971 Indo-Pakistan War: Causes, Costs, and Consequences"
call for submissions for a special issue of
Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies Vol. 2 (3) 2010
Publication Date: December 2010
Submission deadline: September 15, 2010
The events that occurred in Pakistan in 1971 go by many names: the Indo-Pakistan War, the Liberation War of Bangladesh, and the Pakistani Civil War, to list a few. Along with this proliferation of signifiers, Bangladeshi perspectives on the conflict that resulted in that country's independence are a commonplace in scholarly arenas. Pakistani views on that year, however, have received curiously little critical and scholarly attention.
Now accepting proposals for Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Oct. 14-16, 2010.
This is a fun panel for sharing tips, best practices, etc. for teaching literature (American, British, world, other) in the college/university classroom. Leave the theory at home and tell us what's working in your classroom.
Proposals should be submitted to Bethany Blankenship at email@example.com by March 1, 2010. Email submissions within the text of the email. No attachments, please.
Submissions are currently being accepted for the Literature and Psychology Session of the 67th Annual Meeting of the South Central Modern Language Association, October 28-30, 2010, in Fort Worth, TX.
The 21st annual conference of the Association for the Study of the New Literatures in English (ASNEL) will be hosted 2010 by the English department of the University of Bayreuth from 13.-16. May 2010. The conference is titled "Contested Communities: Communication, Narration, Imagination" and aims at exploring the concept of community in postcolonial contexts in the academic fields of linguistics, literary and cultural studies.
7th International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects of Computing
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Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)
30-31 August, 2010