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CFP - SEMA Special Session: "On the Margins of Chivalry"

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 4:04pm
Amy N. Vines / Southeastern Medieval Association Conference Oct. 3 - 5, 2013 at Appalachian State Univ. (Boone, NC)

This session seeks papers that explore how texts from a variety of literary genres helped to produce the chivalric identities so important to medieval culture. Scholars of late medieval chivalry (both historians and literary critics) concentrate primarily on the way that formal apprenticeship and other masculine, courtly curricula produced and maintained chivalric identities.

CALL FOR PAPERS: JOURNAL OF LIVING TOGETHER - (Closing Date: September 27, 2013)

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 3:57pm
International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation, New York

The Role of Religion and Ethnicity in Contemporary Conflict, and Related Emerging Tactics, Strategies, Methodologies, of Mediation and Resolution

The International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation, New York is seeking scholarly papers/articles for the maiden edition of its journal, Living Together.

The Journal of Living Together is a multi-disciplinary, scholarly journal publishing peer-reviewed articles within the fields of ethnic conflict, religious/faith-based conflict, and their methods of resolution, with emphasis on mediation and interfaith dialogue.

CFP: Special Session: Television Studies

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 3:24pm
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association

PAMLA Annual Conference
November 1-3, 2013
San Diego, California

This special session seeks submissions for a panel on television studies. Of particular interest are panels with an emphasis on philosophy/critical theory and/or world television studies, but other topics within televisions studies are welcome too.

Paper proposals must be submitted directly on the PAMLA website by April 15:

Food: Imaged and Imagined SAMLA (November 8-10, 2013)

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 3:09pm
Marta Hess/South Atlantic Modern Language Association

The papers in this panel investigate the ways that writers, readers, cooks, and consumers image and imagine food in fiction, film, memoir, poetry, cookbooks, and blogs. Food can both connect and divide individuals, communities, and cultures. The papers in this panel will explore the interconnectedness of food, text, and image. Presentations in this session, for example, might examine the material ways that we represent food in photographs and film or the ways that food forms and contributes to the public images of individuals and cultures.
Please email abstracts by June 1, 2013 to mhess@gsu.edu

Film Conference on Travel - 31 Oct.-3 Nov. 2013

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 2:18pm
Foreign Language Film Conference VI




Submissions are invited for the sixth Foreign Language Film Conference, on the theme of Travel. Scholars from all disciplines are invited to consider questions of travel, movement, location, and travellers in cinematic traditions. How does cinema represent the history, processes, and problematics of moving from one place to another? How does global cinema reflect and articulate the experience of travelling through a world that is increasingly borderless? On the pedagogical side, how do these films prompt classroom discussions of globalization, cultural adaptation, practical necessities, and personal discovery?

[UPDATE} WUNDERKINO 3: VISIONS OF TRAVEL AND MOBILITY 14th Annual Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium July 25-27 2013 Buc

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 12:11pm
Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium

14th Annual Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium
July 25-27 2013 Bucksport, Maine
Wunderkino ("wonder-cinema") are moving images that ignite our curiosity and engagement and help us to rethink questions of creativity, complexity, rarity and the multiple uses and understandings of amateur and non-commercial films.

Early American Myths, Legends, and Folklore-Deadline April 15

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 12:01pm
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association

The Americas encompass a rich tradition of mythology, folklore, and legends. This panel explores the construction (and reconstruction) of cultural and national identity through myth, legend, and folklore in the literature, history, and oral traditions of the Americas up to 1860 (or so). Papers from all disciplines are welcome.

This is a special session at the 111th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association in San Diego, CA, Nov. 1-3, 2013.

Please submit a proposal on the PAMLA website under the "Early American Myths, Legends, and Folklore" heading, the following links directly to appropriate page:


Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 11:22am
Dr. Elizabeth Podnieks, Editor

I am looking for papers for a proposed scholarly collection of essays on fathers within and across diverse forms of late twentieth- and early-twenty-first century popular cultures. The collection will focus on representations of fathers, fathering, and fatherhood in areas such as the following: TV shows, including family dramas, sitcoms, reality shows, and cartoons; blogs and online communities; film; advertising; magazines; and best-selling literatures.

English Literary Studies

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 7:49am
Studia Neophilologica

Studia Neophilologica publishes articles on English, German and the Romance languages and literatures, and reviews of books in these fields.

The contributions represent both historically oriented research and synchronic and structural studies, and the journal is not limited to any particular linguistic or literary period. Many articles concern methodological questions within the fields of general linguistics and literary theory. The majority of the contributions, however, investigate specific linguistic problems or deal with specific literary texts.

The journal thus covers a wide and diversified field in its attempt to mirror the problems that concern today's researchers in the fields of English, German and Romance studies.

Places and Non-Places of English

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 7:41am
Robert Appelbaum, Uppsala University, Sweden

12th Nordic Conference of English Studies
Places and Non-places of English

Plenary Speakers:
Jorie Graham, Harvard University
Andrew Hadfield, Sussex University
Marianne Hundt, University of Zurich
Bruce Robbins, Columbia University

3rd Global Conference: Exploring Chronicity (September 2013: Oxford, United Kingdom)

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 7:34am
Dr. Rob Fisher/ Inter-Disciplinary.Net

3rd Global Conference
Exploring Chronicity

Sunday 22nd September – Tuesday 24th September 2013
Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom

Call for Presentations
The apparent increase in and diversity of chronic conditions calls for better understandings of the spaces between health and illness that chronic patients occupy, often for most of their lives and raises questions not just about those that suffer, but also about those that care for them, available treatments and care, and social inclusiveness.

Articles on Contemporary Drama for new journal JCDE

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 6:38am
Christina Wald / German Society for Theatre and Drama in English (CDE)

JCDE: Journal of Contemporary Drama in English 2 (2013)

Martin Middeke (Augsburg, Editor in Chief), Eckart Voigts (Brunswick), Christina Wald (Berlin, Reviews), Clare Wallace (Prague)
Advisory Board:
Mireia Aragay (Barcelona), John Bull (Reading), Johan Callens (Brussels), Jill S Dolan (Princeton), Nicholas Grene (Dublin), Christopher Innes (Toronto), Stephen L Lacey (Glamorgan), Deirdre Osborne (London), Dan Rebellato (London), Bernhard Reitz (Mainz), Anthony Roche (Dublin), Annette J Saddik (New York), Elizabeth Sakellaridou (Thessaloniki), Aleks Sierz (London)