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The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry ISSN 2249 –2178 ' call for submission for June 2014 issue

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Monday, January 27, 2014 - 6:11am
The Muse-An International Journal of Poetry

'The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry ISSN 2249 –2178 ' calls for submission for June 2014 issue issue (www.themuse.webs.com)

Submission guidelines

1. Work submitted for publication must be original, previously
unpublished (both print and online, not even published on
blogs,literary or discussion forums or social networking sites), and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

2. Send 1 to 5 poems and a brief bio-data. A cover letter with submission would be nice.

3. The research papers should be not less than 3000 words. References should be prepared strictly following MLA Stylesheet (7th edition).

Panel: Technology in Flannery O'Connor's Fiction (abstracts due February 25)

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Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 1:37pm
Elizabeth Finnegan and Trisha Brady

Panel for the "Flannery O'Connor & the Mystery of Place" conference, July 24-26, All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland. This panel will explore the presence of modern technology in the fiction and correspondence of Flannery O'Connor and its often enigmatic, troubled fascination for the author and her characters. We seek papers that will explore the many aspects and nuances of technology, its threats and its possibilities, its dangers and its seductions, in O'Connor's work.

We invite papers on a range of topics, including but not limited to:

SCMLA 2014: Urban Prisons and Rural Rambles in Early American Literature

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Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 10:14am
Rebeccah Bechtold

"My spirit is weary for rural rambles," Lydia Maria Child writes in Letters from New-York, for "amid these magnificent masses of sparkling marble, hewn in prison, I am all alone." Like many of her contemporaries, Child contrasts the unfeeling cruelties of urban life with the apparent "freedom" of the natural world. Not only do the "streets shut out the sky," but "the busy throng, passing and repassing, fetter freedom, while they offer no sympathy," Child complains.

Between Places and Spaces: Landscapes of Liminality, 5-6 June 2014

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Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 7:26am
School of English, Trinity College Dublin

Between Places and Spaces: Landscapes of Liminality
A Cross-Disciplinary Conference
5-6 June 2014
Trinity College Dublin

'Place is security, space is freedom: we are attached to the one and long for the other.'
- Yi Fu Tuan, Space and Place, 1977.

Fashionable Diseases: Medicine, Literature and Culture, 1660-1832

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Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 6:29am
Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, Newcastle, England

Call for Papers

Fashionable Diseases: Medicine, Literature and Culture, ca. 1660-1832

An International Interdisciplinary Conference
Newcastle and Northumbria Universities, Newcastle, England
3rd – 5th July 2014

Keynote speakers include:

Professor Helen Deutsch, 'Diseases of Writing'
University of California, Los Angeles
Author of Resemblance and Disgrace: Alexander Pope and the Deformation of Culture

Dr David Shuttleton, 'The Fashioning of Fashionable Diseases in the Eighteenth Century'
University of Glasgow
Author of Smallpox and the Literary Imagination

Gender, Sexuality, and Power Student Research Conference

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Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 1:41am
Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, Cal State Los Angeles

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES

10TH Annual Gender, Sexuality, and Power Student Research Conference May 13, 2014

Keynote Speaker: Lauren Berlant, Professor of English, University of Chicago

Voices That Build The Americas/November 13-15, 2014/Keynote Giannina Braschi

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 10:14pm
Equipe de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur les Aires Culturelles/University of Rouen

International conference organized by ERIAC (Equipe de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur les Aires Culturelles) on the subject of AMERICANNESS, entitled "History, Fiction, Representations: The Voices That Build The Americas." KEYNOTE SPEAKER: GIANNINA BRASCHI, celebrated Hispanic-American author of the postmodern poetry trilogy Empire of Dreams, the Spanglish classic Yo-Yo Boing! and controversial take on American culture entitled United States of Banana. This conference aims at examining the present state of the interrogations on Americanness from the 1970s to the present day, the concept being understood in the local, national and transcontinental senses of the term.

CFP: Textual Overtures 2014 issue, "The Body"

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 6:44pm
Textual Overtures

Textual Overtures is currently accepting submissions for its 2014 issue under the theme of "Bodies". We invite papers to address this topic from creative perspectives, including bodies of text, bodies of work, the human and non-human body, and so on. We value innovative and inventive interpretation of both subject matter and presentation, and welcome work that embraces digital media, including multimodal and hyperlinked work. We accept work from both Literature and Rhetoric & Composition disciplines.

EGSO Conference: Transaction [KEYNOTE UPDATE]

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 4:55pm
University at Albany, English Graduate Student Organization

University at Albany 12th Annual EGSO Conference: Transaction
March 28-29, 2014

Keynote Speakers: Anna McCarthy (NYU) and Myung Mi Kim (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

CLUS 3: "Poetic Praxis: Lyric and Social Engagement" 05-31-2014

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 4:43pm
UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Symposium

Submission Deadline: March 1st

The 3rd annual Comparative Literature Undergraduate Symposium at the University of California, Berkeley, which will take place on May 31, 2014, provides a space for undergraduates to present original research to their peers in the field of comparative literature and related disciplines. Prior departmental symposia have been incredibly successful, engaging dozens of presenters from across the world. Students will have the opportunity to meet and interact with professors, graduate students, and undergraduates who are leaders in their field. Subsequent publication in the UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal is a possibility for presenters with exceptionally strong research.

CFP American Circuits, American Secrets Sept 2014 Banff, Canada

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 1:33pm
University of Alberta / Canadian Association of American Studies

According to a top-secret 2009 National Security Agency report leaked by now infamous former NSA and CIA employee Edward Snowden, approximately one third of all international telephone calls, and more than ninety-nine per cent of all internet traffic, are routed through the United States. At once a multi-media communications hub, a global waystation of cultural exchange, a nation of dynamic mobilities, and a synonym for commodity capitalism, "America" cannot be disarticulated from the very concept of circulation. But any movement through, and by, America conceals as much as it produces--otherwise, Snowden's disclosures themselves would be insignificant.

Theory and (Stand-up) Comedy

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 1:31pm
CR: The New Centennial Review

Essays are invited for a special issue of CR: The New Centennial Review, that consider the relation of comedy and theory, especially in relation to contemporary stand-up comedy.

Is it possible to theorize humor and comedy in a new way? Or, to put the question differently, is our moment marked by a certain unmistakable conjuncture of theory and comedy?

New Directions in Sherlock

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 12:45pm
Sherlock Holmes: Past and Present, Department of English, UCL

CFP: New Directions in Sherlock
Sherlock Holmes: Past and Present
Friday, April 11, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM (BST)
Department of English, UCL

AS Byatt's fiction, university of Caen, France, 26th -27th March 2015

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 9:43am
ERIBIA, University of Caen, France

We are pleased to announce a CFP for submissions to a two-day conference dedicated to the work of A.S. Byatt, in the presence of the author.
As 2015 will mark the 25th anniversary of the publication of Possession, A Romance (1990), we welcome new approaches to this novel. Propositions on her other novels and her short stories will however also be considered.
The conference is dedicated to the memory of A.S. Byatt's French translator, Professor Jean-Louis Chevalier (University of Caen) who was awarded the Prix Baudelaire for his translation of Possession in 1994. Consequently contributions on the translation of Byatt's works would also be of interest as a panel will be organised between A.S. Byatt and her current French translators.

CALL FOR CHAPTERS: Feminist Rhetorical Science Studies (due 04/04/14)

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 8:49am
Edited by Amanda K. Booher (University of Akron) & Julie Jung (Illinois State University)

This collection engages emerging scholarship in feminisms, rhetorics, and science studies for purposes of theorizing the most recent "material turn" in the scene of feminist rhetorics. On the one hand, the material turn invites more robust theorizations of materiality that have long been a concern for feminist rhetoricians. Posthumanist theories and object-oriented philosophies, for example, resonate with existing scholarship that studies rhetoric in excess of human symbolic action.

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