IMC, Leeds, 4-7 July 2016
The 21st World congress of the International Comparative Literature Association will be held in Vienna, Austria, July 21-27. Proposals are now being accepted for individual papers to be given as part of this group session:
17342 - Digital Fluency, Research, and Pedagogy
Organizer(s): Marchant, Anne (Shenandoah University, Winchester, USA)
This workshop investigates the role of multimodal perceptions in communications about the living, human body in medical and literary culture. The overarching aim is to harness interdisciplinary approaches to, and help to reevaluate, the role of sensory interplays in these fields. The initiative is funded by the 'Zukunftskolleg' of the University of Constance, Germany.
Location: K7, University of Constance, Germany
You are warmly invited to attend the event. (Attendance is free.)
CALL FOR PAPERS SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES CONFERENCE (SOLCON 1) 27th-29th OCTOBER, 2015 UNIVERSITY OF GHANA Theme: ‘Multilingualism in the African Context: Resource or Challenge’ The School of Languages (College of Humanities, University of Ghana), in conjunction with the Language Centre (University of Ghana) and Central University College (Ghana), cordially invites proposals for the maiden School conference to be held from 27-29 October, 2015 at the University of Ghana.
Popular Culture/American Culture Association National Conference:
Language Attitudes & Popular Linguistics Area
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics Area of the Popular Culture Association is seeking presentations on any language attitude or language-related popular culture topic, such as:
Call for Papers for an interdisciplinary conference on
Cultural Encounters during Global War, 1914-1918:
Traces, Spaces, Legacies
Date: 21 – 23 January 2016
Place: London, United Kingdom
Convenors: Dr Santanu Das, King’s College London
Prof Andreas Gestrich, German Historical Institute
Dr Daniel Steinbach, King’s College London
If you are conducting research using non-English sources in Summer or Fall 2015, please consider participating in a qualitative study entitled "The Information Seeking Strategies of Humanities Scholars using Resources in Languages other than English." The process involves two interviews and a research diary over a period of 2-3 weeks. Participants will receive an electronic copy of the completed dissertation and will be helping to further understanding of how this unique group of scholars overcome issues related to identifying and obtaining resources that are not in English.
Monday 13 July