The MLA Committee on Information Technology invites abstracts on the history of digital labor for a guaranteed panel at the MLA conference in Philadelphia from January 5-8, 2017.
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The MLA Forum on Transdisciplinary Connections between History and Literature is soliciting papers on the topic of historical approaches to “writing resistance” or “writing rebellion” for the Modern Language Association conference, January 2017. We construe the topic broadly to encompass the narrative construction of historical incidents of resistance, but also the practice of writing history as a form of resistance, or, in yet another vein, the resistance to historico-literary approaches in our discipline.
HICICTE 2016 addresses the main issues of concern within ICT in Education and e-Learning.
The HICICTE 2016 program features keynote talks, symposia, in addition to presentations of refereed papers. All submissions are subject to a blind refereeing process. Acceptance of any contribution is primarily based on its originality, significance and quality. All accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings.
Selected papers will be further considered for publication to:
Conference Details: AATI Conference, Naples, IT; June 22-26
Title: You’re Not Just a Number: Best Practices for Meaningful Exchanges in Large and Small Language Classes
Session Type: Roundtable
Session Organizer: Teresa Lobalsamo (University of Toronto Mississauga)
We are seeking multi-disciplinary contributions on sound and msuic in relation to the moving image.