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CFP: 2016 ACLA Seminar, Aesthetic Distance in a Global Economy

I would love to have some fellow Africanists join our ACLA seminar.
Abstracts should be submitted by 30 September.

Aesthetic Distance in a Global Economy
Justin Izzo (Brown Uniersity) and Brantley Nicholson (Georgia College)
ACLA Seminar, Harvard 17-20 March 2016


Late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century theories of literary systems
and globalization have highlighted disjunctures, fissures, and uneven
processes of textual circulation. Whether we think of Pascale Casanova’s

Call for Participants - Panel at African Literature Association Meeting in Atlanta 2016

Panel Proposal ALA 2016

As a member of the African Literature Association I (Aaron Rosenberg) am organizing a panel for the 2016 conference in Atlanta Georgia to be held April 6-9. Details of the conference can be found at the following web address:

http://ala2016.com/

 

Panel Title:

Talking Crime and Exacting Punishment:

African Narrative Explorations of Criminality as Social Act

 

Description:

Film on the Pro-Democracy Movement in Nigeria Nominated for African Movie Academy Award

Hi All,

In exciting news, THE SUPREME PRICE is nominated for Best Documentary at the African Movie Academy Awards. I am attaching some information about this film that might be of interest to you:

THE SUPREME PRICE http://www.wmm.com/filmcatalog/pages/c881.shtml

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