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Modernist Cultures: Proposed Special Issue on Comics and Modernism (abstract due 01 June 2012)

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 4:40pm
Modernist Cultures Special Issue

In Projections (2012), Jared Gardner calls comics "perhaps the most understudied of the vernacular modernisms of the twentieth century." This proposal for a special issue of Modernist Cultures (Edinburgh UP) on comics and modernism intends to develop and in some cases initiate critical conversations on the relationships between modernism and comics.

[CALL FOR ANTHOLOGY ARTICLES] Marxian Cartographies: Mapping and Re-drawing the Trace

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 4:11pm
Anthony C. Cooke/Emory University

At present, capitalism seems to enjoy a certain status as the last remaining "ideological superpower" in the global arena; however, many committed scholars, activists, writers, philosophers, and others continue to seek new avenues for humanistic engagement even as corporate and political interests work to circumscribe the academic community's contributions to issues affecting the public sphere. Such imagining of alternative epistemologies is the focus of an edited volume currently under consideration at Cambridge Scholars Publishing, entitled, Marxian Cartographies: Mapping and Re-drawing the Trace.

Caribbean Irish Connections: Nov 16-17, 2012

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 3:07pm
Maria McGarrity/ Long Island University Brooklyn


Caribbean Irish Connections

A multidisciplinary conference and workshop, Barbados Nov 16-17 2012

Organisers: Alison Donnell (University of Reading, UK), Maria McGarrity (LIU Brooklyn, USA,), Evelyn O'Callaghan (University of the West Indies, Barbados)

In the middle of a story about a Jamaican woman called Miss Manda, whose speech acts reveal her as both multiply situated and 'out of place', the prominent Jamaican novelist Erna Brodber issues a surprising provocation to scholars of Caribbean studies,

A Generation of Degeneration

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 1:56pm
Katherine Louisa Coker

My paper is about the growth of information and technology, and how we can preserve both of these together in the best possible way. Technology has always interested me, as well as information, and how people access and use it. The preservation and inspiration of information is an interesting topic, and has many aspects, and many possibilities for now and the future. I'm especially excited to share my research and views with others, and see what they can gather from it, and how they can further improve it.

UPDATE: Collection on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom (Deadline May 15, 2012)

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 10:29am
Letizia Guglielmo (Assistant Professor of English, Kennesaw State University)

I invite proposals for a collection of critical essays on MTV's 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, particularly those with interdisciplinary approaches to the programs and (where applicable) their companion online spaces.

The Imagination of Disaster

Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 3:14am
Association for Studies of Cultural Representations

The Program Committee of the Association for Studies of Cultural Representations invites proposal submissions for an interdisciplinary panel titled "The Imagination of Disaster" at the 7th Annual Meeting held on July 7–8, 2012 at the Komaba campus of the University of Tokyo, Japan. We call for 20-min presentations that cover the theoretical and historical issues of the epistemology, aesthetics, and politics of disasters.

The Scottish Traveler at Home and Abroad: Text as Memoir

Friday, April 20, 2012 - 6:57pm
South Atlantic Modern Language Association

Part of the Scottish experience is one of travel, emigration, and exile.  Over the centuries, Scots have been part of global exploration, hired out as mercenaries, led diplomatic missions and business enterprises in the far-flung reaches of the British Empire and beyond as wall as fought, hunted, and trapped in the Americas.  One illustrious Scotswoman was instrumental in obtaining the Elgin Marbles.  Their activities not only turned outwards--Scots also explored their won country, as did James Boswell on his famous walking tour of the Highlands and the Western Islands with Samuel Johnson in 1773.  Our panel invites papers addressing the Scottish traveler and her/his experiences (or memoirs) whether they come in the form of poetry, fiction, or non-fiction

[Deadline Reminder] Modernity, Ideology, and the Novel - April 30th

Friday, April 20, 2012 - 5:11pm
Modern Horizons Journal

In collaboration with the Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University, Modern Horizons' second annual conference will take place in Vancouver, BC from October 25th to 27th at SFU's Harbour Centre. We invite abstracts for 20-minute presentations that explore the theme of 'Modernity, Ideology, and the Novel.'

Defining English Identity in Early Modern England

Friday, April 20, 2012 - 3:48pm
Southeastern Renaissance Conference

SAMLA Conference 2012, Durham, North Carolina, Nov. 9-11
Southeastern Renaissance Conference (SRC) [Affiliated Group]