CFP: Satire and the City: Representations of Cities and Urban Life in the Comical Press (18th – 20th centuries)
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Paper abstracts sought for the American Comparative Literature Association's Annual Meeting, 17-20 March, 2016, Harvard University.
Abstracts due 23 September, 2015.
Papers due March 2016.
We invite scholars from across the disciplines, poets, and poet-critics to submit abstracts for papers on the topic below for inclusion in our proposed seminar. Seminars will be selected by ACLA based on the abstracts received through 23 September, 2015. Per ACLA guidelines, abstracts must be no more than 1500 characters in length (including spaces) -- about 250 words.
Proposals are now being accepted for the NeMLA conference that will be held in Hartford, CT March 17th-20th 2016.
Editors: Dr Celina Bortolotto (Massey University, New Zealand) and Dr Annick Pellegrin (University of Mauritius)
When the Argentine Roberto Fontanarrosa passed away in 2007, a national day of mourning was declared and his funeral was attended by thousands. Although Fontanarrosa was much loved and both the man and his works have received public recognition time and again, there are very few published academic works on his œuvre to this day. This proposed anthology seeks to fill this gap by paying attention to Fontanarrosa’s work as a whole.
Digital-Cultural Ecology and the Medium-Sized City
01-03 April 2016
01st Nov 2015: Abstract deadline
01-03 April 2016: CONFERENCE
01st July 2016: Begin Publication of Full Papers
Online proceedings online; Print book; Journal special issues.