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Latest Announcements

Stages of Knowing in Shakespeare (NeMLA 2019 -- roundtable)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 30, 2018
Location: 
District Of Columbia, United States
Subject Fields: 
European History / Studies, Literature, Theatre & Performance History / Studies, British History / Studies, Classical Studies

Shakespeare gave and withheld knowledge to craft his plot and engage his audience.  We are taken on a guided ride from which we glimpse what the playwright chooses thus forming our layers of knowledge through which we are manipulated.  What we know can be based on dialogue from the characters, or reported speech of events off stage or in times before the play's action, or even what we knew before attending the play,

CFP: Feeling and Distance: Sympathy, Violence, and Spectatorship (NeMLA 2019)

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 21, 2019 to March 24, 2019
Location: 
District Of Columbia, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, British History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Film and Film History, Popular Culture Studies

What does it mean to feel--or not feel--with another? Nearly twenty years ago, in books like Boltanski's Distant Suffering, critics turned to studies of sentiment, histories of emotion, and other notions of public feeling to address the Yugoslav wars and 9/11, and linked the rise of anti-sentimental literature with literature focused on unexpected or illicit interests in witnessing suffering.

European Culture Research Network - CFP Sovereignities in Contention: Nation, Regions, and Citizens in Europe, Madrid, Spain, June 20-22, 2019

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
August 10, 2018 to October 5, 2018
Location: 
Spain
Subject Fields: 
European History / Studies

Announcing the successful formation of the

European Culture Research Network [ECR]

within the Council for European Studies.

https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/research/research-networks/europea...

Digital Humanities and Narratives of Science, Technology, and Medicine

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 30, 2018
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Humanities, Italian History / Studies, Literature

This workshop examines how the history of science, technology, and medicine are applied to the digital humanities. Since written, visual, and audio content are getting more dominant in the scholarly discourse, what type of digital resources can enrich our understanding of this field of the humanities? While it can be argued that researching for traditional academic settings and for the digital humanities requires different linguistic codes, genres, and resources, it is true that popularization of scholarly contents relies on selections, rhetorical devices, and visualization techniques.

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