The Armenian Graduate Students Association at UCLA will be conducting its 14th annual Graduate Student Colloquium in Armenian Studies at UCLA. Submission of abstracts in all fields of Armenian Studies is welcome. The conference particualrly encourages graduate students and recent post-docs to apply for this conference. Travel grants are available and travel grant applications will be sent to all invited participants.
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Anthropology of Los Angeles: City, Image, and Politics
Lexington Books * An imprint of Rowmand & Littlefield
(R)Evolution: celebrating the National Arts Education Archive at Thirty
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Friday 16 - Saturday 17 October 2015
The Review of Korean Studies Call for Papers
Research Articles and Primary Sources
on Korean Studies
21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, 21–27 July 2016, University of Vienna, Austria
CALL FOR PAPERS
ICLA Section 16309 - "Talking About Literature, Scientifically"
Organizers: Sarkhosh, Keyvan (Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt a.M., Germany); Knoop, Christine A. (Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt a.M., Germany)
Call for Papers
Kings and Queens 5: Dynastic Loyalties
Clemson University, ONE Building, Greenville SC, April 8-9, 2016
This conference seeks to connect scholars whose research focuses on monarchy, whether investigating specific rulers, specific dynasties, dynastic transitions, or political theories of royal governance and allegiance.
Science, Numbers and Politics is an international research project funded by the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. The project aims at a critical, interdisciplinary assessment of the relationship between politics and science, and will pay particular attention to processes of “quantification”.
In “Refugee Memories and Asian American Critique,” Viet Thanh Nguyen suggests that a category of refugee literatures outside of disciplinary borders of national literatures “allow[s] a different set of connections across time and space that point somewhere else besides assimilation into the nation and to affiliations with other people besides US citizens” (934). What connections are necessary to make, and what kinds of borders do we have to cross, in the teaching of refugee literatures?
Central Europe and Colonialism: Migrations, Knowledges, Perspectives, Commodities
21-23 September 2016, Wrocław, Poland
REVISED FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
MORE MONSTERS FOR THE EIGHTH-ANNIVERSARY SESSIONS OF THE
SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY, HORROR, AND LEGEND AREA
Online at NEPCA Fantastic: http://nepcafantastic.blogspot.com
2015 Conference of The Northeast Popular Culture/American Culture Association (NEPCA)
Colby-Sawyer College in New London, New Hampshire
Friday 30 October and Saturday 31 October 2015
Mark Twain was a prolific writer whose career spanned a tumultuous time in American history. Beyond being prolific, Twain was also comfortable experimenting with a variety of genres of writing from fiction to non-fiction travel essays and humorous sketches that blur the boundaries between fact and fiction. This panel would look at a variety of works and ask questions such as: How did Twain treat themes like race, gender, the environment and income inequality? Also, in what ways was Twain a product of his time, how were his works shaped by the world around him and how do they resonate tod
Human beings have traditionally been preoccupied with visions of the future. We may now have more power to shape the future of human beings for better or worse, intentionally or unintentionally. Technology advances so quickly, it leaves little time to consider the long-term. How might novels and films present futures and allow us to accept or reject their projections? This panel invites discussion of individual representative works and/or multiple works for comparison.
This panel will take place between March 17 and 20, 2016 in Hartford, CT.
The Sixth Annual RefoRC Conference 2016 will be held May 26-28, 2016 and will hosted by the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Theology.
Theme of Plenary Papers
The theme of the plenary papers is: 'Church' at the time of the Reformation - Invisible community, visible parish, confession, building…?