Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior, the most-taught text across disciplines according to the MLA, will soon celebrate its 40th anniversary of publication. Over these forty years it has received much critical attention, as well some rather virulent attacks. This volume will reconsider past readings of The Woman Warrior while offering fresh scholarship geared toward undergraduates and those who teach the text.
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Call for Papers for the conference “War Reflections: Precedents and Consequences of WWII in Literature and the Arts” at Complutense University Madrid, May 16 to 19, 2016.
Call For Papers for Edited Collection on Multimodality: History, Theory, Research, and Pedagogy
4th Annual Graduate Symposium on Theatre and Performance Studies
at Indiana University
Jon McKenzie, in his 2001 book Perform or Else, makes the prediction that “performance will be to the twentieth and twenty-first centuries what discipline was to the eighteenth and nineteenth, that is an onto-historical formation of power and knowledge” (18).
The Women's Studies Program at Texas Tech University proudly announces a call for proposals for the 32nd Annual Conference on the Advancement of Women, which will take place on the campus, April 14-15, 2016. We invite papers and panel proposals that explore the manifold meanings of movement and change as connected to, created by, and/or caught up in the presence of women's, gender, and identity issues, in both contemporary and historical frameworks. Interdisciplinary proposals, as well as those from disciplines and specialty subject areas are also encouraged to submit.