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World Congress on Sustainable Technologies (WCST-2012)

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 8:36pm
Infonomics Society

The World Congress on Sustainable Technologies (WCST-2012) is a multidisciplinary congress, bridging efforts across the natural, social and engineering sciences, the environment and development of communities. The congress covers a wide spectrum of topics that relate to sustainability, which includes technical and non-technical research areas. It also encourages sharing new knowledge in the field of sustainable technologies and the environmental impacts.

Kalamazoo 2013: The Righteous Heathen in Medieval England

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 7:53pm
Oregon Medieval English Literature Society (OMELS)

From Chaucer's Theseus to the popular heathen knight Ferumbras the character type of righteous heathen captured the imagination of audiences in medieval England. Using heathen characters that ranged from Greek emperors to Muslim knights, authors sought to represent a variety of concerns. In this way, the righteous heathen became a critical (or propagandistic) space for such broad projects as: defining nationality, developing cultural and historical relationships with the Roman Empire and thinking through complex eschatological problems. Broadly, this panel discussion will examine the use of the righteous heathen character in English literature.

Women's Ethos: Intersections of Rhetorics and Feminisms-Nov. 1, 2012

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 3:57pm
Rebecca Jones, Nancy Myers, Kathleen Ryan

Call for Chapter Proposals

We invite chapter proposals of 500 words for the volume with the working title, Women's Ethos: Intersections of Rhetorics and Feminisms. Women's Ethos seeks contributions that examine women's and feminist ethos as rhetorical praxis. Rejecting a singular, isolated notion of ethos, we characterize ethos as intersubjective and constructed. Women's Ethos considers anew the inventive ways diverse women and other minorities have constructed, currently embody, and might imagine ethos in the future.

(dis)Pleasures of Staged Music and Drama, for Leeds IMC 2013

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 1:45pm
Katherine Steele Brokaw, University of California-Merced

The theme for the Leeds 2013 International Medieval Congress is Pleasure, and as such this session will look at medieval and early Tudor dramas that stage music and/or dance, perhaps discussing how theatrical representation of music and dance negotiates religious and social discourses about the pleasures of music and dance, and the benefits and dangers of these pleasures. Papers looking at music in dramas from the early middle ages through the sixteenth century are welcome. Email Katherine Steele Brokaw with an abstract by August 15, 2013.

The Ray Brown Conference on Popular Culture, Feb. 8-10, 2013

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 12:18pm
Kate Reynolds, Popular Culture Scholars Association, Bowling Green State University

CFP: The Ray Browne Conference on Popular Culture
Modes of Mobility: Popular Culture in an Age of Technology

To build on the success of the First Annual Ray Browne Conference, and usher in the fortieth year of the Popular Culture Department at Bowling Green State University, the Popular Culture Scholars Association at BGSU would like to invite any and all students (undergraduates and graduate), scholars, critics, former members of the POPC program and friends of the department to join us for the Ray Browne Conference on Popular Culture to be held February 1st through February 3rd 2013, on the campus of Bowling Green State University.

Short story contest -- new Ohio-based online lit journal

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 11:39am
Watercress Journal

Watercress Journal is a new online literary magazine based in Lakewood, Ohio. It is edited and maintained by local writers and seeks to become a source of excellent, peer reviewed creative writing.

Visit www.watercressjournal.com for complete guidelines and instructions for submission.

Watercress Journal is currently taking submissions for its first short story competition. Submissions should not exceed 5,000 words. Every entry will be provided feedback from one of the five judges and be considered for publication in the journal. The top three entries will receive feedback from all five judges. First place will receive $100 prize.

Psalm Culture and the Politics of Translation, 15-17 July 2013

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Friday, July 27, 2012 - 9:16am
Psalm Culture and the Politics of Translation

http://psalmculture.com/

We invite paper and session proposals for an interdisciplinary conference on English responses to the Psalms, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Civil War. Invited speakers include Eric Stanley (Oxford), Jane Toswell (Western Ontario), Daniel Anlezark (Sydney), Elizabeth Solopova (Oxford), Annie Sutherland (Oxford), James Simpson (Harvard), Brian Cummings (York) and Margaret Hannay (Siena College, NY).