The Oregon Women's History Consortium is pleased to announce our first annual Oregon Women's History Consortium Research Fellowship. Our fellowship will continue our long-standing goal of supporting scholarship that will lead to a significant contribution in the field of Oregon women's history.
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The Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library of Texas Tech University is once again celebrating the Sowell Collection. Our featured writers and guests include Barry Lopez, Kurt Caswell, Toni Jensen, Lisa Couturier, James Warren, and John Lane. All events for the Sowell Conference are free and open to students, faculty and the community.
La tavola rotonda si propone di discutere il processo che dalla Filologia può portare alla Critica letteraria, con particolare attenzione alla metodologia e ai “nuovi” strumenti di lavoro (internet, archivi digitali, ecc.). Ci si interrogherà sulla relazione tra questi due campi di studio: il filologo può o deve essere anche un critico e viceversa? Si sollecitano contributi su studi e lavori conclusi o in corso di svolgimento concernenti il diciannovesimo, ventesimo e ventunesimo secolo.
Call for Special Issues and Thematic Sections: Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos
Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos (UC Press) is a bilingual, international scholarly journal dedicated to providing a unique and essential forum for the dissemination of cutting-edge research relating to Mexico, broadly defined. Analyzing cultural, historical, political, social, economic, artistic, and scientific factors, and engaging a range of disciplinary frameworks, fields and approaches, articles contribute to understanding and knowledge of contemporary and historical issues.
We have proposed a seminar for this year's annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) at Harvard University and are inviting abstract submissions from any/all interested graduate students and faculty members. Abstracts must be submitted by midnight on September 23, 2015. To submit an abstract, please sign up/log in to the ACLA portal. To access the official Call for Papers for our seminar, please just follow this link: http://www.acla.org/node/5246