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Conference registration now open:
"Moving Pictures: Images Across Media in American Visual and Material Culture to 1900"
American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA
November 20-21, 2015
The Wenshan Review of Literature and Culture, issused both in print and online, is excited to announce the launch of its new website: www.wreview.org . Authors are warmly invited to submit articles and book reviews via "Online Submissions." Also, the call for submissions to the special issue on Affective Perspectives from East Asia (whicn can be found in News) remains open.
With Henning Schmidgen, Jimena Canales, and Stephan Geene
Time as a governing system is manifest in all realms of life. Which forces shape the dominant concept of time in accelerated capitalism? How does it affect our perception and interpretation of the world? And how do other notions of time enable alternative courses of action?
Americans Overseas: The United States in the World Since 1865
15-16 April 2016, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford