We invite papers for the panel ‘P128 Alternative Religiosities in the Communist East-Central Europe and Russia: Formations, Resistances and Manifestations’ at the upcoming EASA conference in Milan, 20-23 July 2016. Please find the CFP information bellow; also feel free to contact the convenors if you have any questions.
Rasa Pranskevičiūtė (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences)
Egle Aleknaitė (Vytautas Magnus University)
The Forum on Language Change is accepting proposals on “Language Change and Boundaries in the U.S.” for the 2017 MLA in Philadelphia.
Call for Applications
The 2016-2017 Center Fellowship
Deadline Approaching: January 31, 2016
Call for Applications
USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research
2016-2017 Katz Research Fellowship in Genocide Studies for PhD Candidates
Deadline: February 29, 2016
Alessandro Barchiesi (Università di Siena), Maurizio Bettini (Università di Siena) and Felice Cimatti (Università della Calabria) will speak about L'anima degli animali (Aristotele, frammenti stoici, Plutarco, Porfirio), edited by Pietro Li Causi and Roberto Pomelli, I Millenni, Einaudi, Torino 2015 - ISBN 9788806211011
9th Global Meeting
Dear members, dear colleagues, This is a kind reminder that ICTAM IX (the 9th Congress on Traditional Asian Medicines) will be held in Kiel, Germany on August 6-12, 2017. It is jointly organized by the IASTAM (International Association for the Study of Asian Medicine) and the China Centre Kiel University. For details see: https://www.ictam2017.uni-kiel.de/en. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Kiel, Germany in August 2017! Kind regards Angelika Messner
Keynote Speakers: Dr Angela McShane, Royal College of Art/ V&A
Dr Eleanor Standley, University of Oxford/ Ashmolean Museum
Elizabeth Freeman (UC Davis, English) and Krystyna Michael (CUNY Graduate Center, Comp Lit) seek papers for an ASA 2016 panel proposal that asks questions about how rhythm has functioned to either create or disrupt a sense of place in time in American arts and social life. Most accounts of the experience of rhythm involve a conscious or subconscious expectation of return—a sense of one’s place in a temporal series that lends time structure.