We welcome literature and humanities calls for papers. We can not verify the validity of offers posted on this site.
Proposals must be submitted by December 15, at A diverse array of panels has been chosen by the conference committee; this call for papers now invites anyone who wishes to submit a paper proposal for consideration for inclusion within a specific panel, or to the open call, between October 15 and December 15, Panel organizers themselves will choose presenters from the submissions that they receive; the panel organizer will evaluate your proposal carefully and notify you of its final status by January 10, If you submit to the open papers call, or you were not accepted to the original panel you applied to, conference organizers will evaluate your abstract and you will be notified by February 4, of its final status.
Only one paper submission per person is allowed There are nearly panels seeking participants on a variety of topics. Submitting to an accepted panel GREATLY increases your chances of being accepted to the conference, as there is very limited space on the schedule for panels formed via the open call for submissions.
Following a longstanding tradition, this conference gathers scholars and artists working in a diverse array of environmental humanities projects and offers a special focus on some themes that resonate well with the location of the meeting.
Paradise does not exist, and yet that never seems to stop people from finding it, or building it, or dreaming its contours — often to the detriment of humans and nonhumans on the wrong side of its walls. California was affixed to our maps by conquistadors, eager readers of Montalvo who believed the Earthly Paradise to be nearby.
Topics may include but are certainly not limited to: ASLE strongly encourages presenters to find a panel seeking panelists among the nearly options available.
Both scholarly and creative submissions are welcome. We expect to receive more proposals than we can accommodate; therefore, not all proposals will be accepted. Proposals submitted to a specific panel will have a much greater chance of acceptance than individual paper proposals.
All paper proposals must be submitted via the Submittable Please DO NOT submit a paper directly to the panel organizer; however, prospective panelists are welcome to correspond with the organizer s about the panel and their abstract.
If you do not yet have a Submittable login account, you will need to create one to submit.
All panel descriptions and submission forms are posted in Submittable. Links to each of the panels seeking panelists are also listed on the Panel Calls for Papers pagealong with a PDF of all panel descriptions and links.
There are separate forms in Submittable for each panel seeking participants, listed in alphabetical order, as well as an open individual paper submission form. In cases in which the online submission requirement poses a significant difficulty, please contact us at ASLEconference gmail.
Proposals for a Traditional Panel 4 presenters should be papers of approximately 15 minutes-max each, with an approximately word abstract, unless a different length is requested in the specific panel call, in the form of an uploadable. Please include your name and contact information in this file.
Proposals for a Roundtable presenters should be papers of approximately 10 minute-max each, with an approximately word abstract, unless a different length is requested in the specific panel call, in the form of an uploadable.
Proposals for a Jam Session presentersshould be papers of eight minute-maximum presentations plus discussionwith an approximately word abstract, unless a different length is requested in the specific panel call, in the form of an uploadable.
Individual open call submissions are for minute presentations; potential presenters will be asked to indicate whether they would also be willing to participate in a jam session with a shorter presentation which will increase chances of acceptance ; word abstracts should describe both form and content and will be posted within the Submittable form.
Only one paper proposal submission is allowed per person; participants can present only once during the conference pre-conference workshops and chairing a panel are not counted as presenting.
ASLE policy is currently to discourage virtual participation at our biennial conferences except in extraordinary circumstances. All proposals must be submitted via Submittable by December 15, at Panel organizers will evaluate your proposal carefully and notify you of its final status by January 10, CALL FOR PAPERS.
PROPOSALS COULD For this conference we invite papers on the intersection of faith and literature, especially papers that explore literature’s ability to re-enchant the world, to make it strange again.
How are certain authors, or perhaps literary activity itself, at odds with the secularized “social imaginary” that. Proposals for papers and panels are now being accepted for the 40th annual SWPACA conference. One of the nation’s largest interdisciplinary academic conferences, SWPACA offers nearly 70 subject areas, each typically featuring multiple panels.
Call for Papers. Conference. The Literary London conference was on July at the Institute of English Studies in Bloomsbury. The theme was 'Fantastic London: Dream, Speculation and Nightmare'.
More information can be found at. Jun 15, · Professor Joel Burges (University of Rochester, NY) nbsp; Calls for Papers The American Literature Association. 32nd Annual MELUS Conference: TransCulture, May , , Las Vegas, NV Click here for conference details. 29th Annual Conference of the American Literature Association, May , , San Francisco, CA Click here for conference.
South Asian Literary Association Annual Conference January , The Wits Hotel, Chicago, IL You can submit your abstracts online here. The South Asian Literary Association invites papers, panels, and roundtable proposals for the annual conference to be held in Chicago January on the. Calls for Papers, Calls for Papers, Articles, Translations, Conferences, Events of Interest CFP: The Interpretation of Nizami’s Cultural Heritage in the Modern Period November 22, BCLA Web Editor.