Call for Papers
Mixed-Race/Superheroes (co-edited by Eric Berlatsky and Sika Dagbovie-Mullins)
The Age of Sharing? Practices of Sharing in Contemporary Literature, Media and Culture
(20.-22. March 2019; Landau/Germany)
Translation Reviewis a peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing the best new scholarship on any aspect of literary translation studies. Each issue highlights a translator in an interview and features articles and essays on the history, practice, and theory of translation, as well as translations of contemporary international writers into English. We are also interested in publishing innovative research related to emerging relationships between translation, music and visual culture, and the digital.
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Maritime Modernities: Literary and Cultural Representations of The Indian Ocean World
Ed. by Anupama Mohan
Special Issue, Postcolonial Text
Projected date of Special Issue: June 2019
Truth and Truthiness: Belief, Authenticity, Rhetoric, and Spin in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
December 1, 2018
The 26th Biennial Conference of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program of Barnard College
Lorna Hutson (University of Oxford)
Dyan Elliott (Northwestern University)
The LGBTQ Center at Brown University is seeking creative and scholarly submissions for the inaugural issue of the graduate journal Undone: A Legacy of Queer (Re)imaginings. In conjunction with the Center’s 2017-2018 Queer Legacy Series, the first issue, “Queering Across Borders,” takes up queer narratives and methods, particularly as they relate to the border, as it might be variously interpreted, and its crossing.
2019 marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of Love in Excess, the still-popular work of fiction that launched the print career of one of the most important authors of the entire eighteenth century. The Early Atlantic Reading Group at Purdue University therefore calls for papers and non-fatal enquiries in celebration of all aspects of Eliza Haywood’s work, career, and world (such expansive topics might include bibliography, women’s book history, theatricals, the Hillarians, or even Haywood and Crusoe—which also marks its 300th birthday in 2019). Please send abstracts of approximately 250 words to Manushag N. Powell (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before August 20, 2018.