Transnationalism, transculturation, diaspora, migrancy, postcoloniality, ethnicity, multiculturalism, mestizaje, creolization, these are only some of the rubrics that literary critics employ as a corrective to the national paradigm of literary study […]
THE CHALLENGES OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: TRANSFORMING AND REDEFINING LITERARY AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Québec – March 26th, 2009 This conference will explore the role of comparative studies […]
The publication seeks articles that explore emerging concepts about the representation of the self and identity in contemporary film/television, fiction/non-fiction, and the visual arts.
The publication seeks articles that explore emerging concepts about the representation of the self and identity in contemporary Iranian film/television, fiction/non-fiction, and the visual arts.
CFP: Transplanting Canada: Inaugural CLC Colloquium, University of Alberta, Edmonton (6-7 March 2009)
The Canadian Literature Centre/Centre de littérature canadienne (CLC) at the University of Alberta seeks to bring together researchers who are interested in the ways in which the literatures of Canada […]
The joint conference looks for presentations that investigate new meanings, assumptions, and implications of migration, border crossing, and nation building as well as papers that explore the representations of emigration, […]
CFP: Literature, Geography, Translation: The New Comparative Horizons (Uppsala University 11-13 June 2009)
The Departments of Literature and English at Uppsala University, in collaboration with the University of Oslo, will host a conference in Uppsala, Sweden, on 11-13 June 2009 on this theme. […]
International Conference April 24-26, 2009 Massachusetts Institute of Technology CALL FOR PAPERS In his seminal essay “The Bias of Communication” Harold Innis distinguishes between time-based and space-based media. Time-based media […]
CFP: The Poetics and Politics of Reading: Studies in Honour of University Professors Linda Hutcheon and J. Edward Chamberlin
As 2009 marks the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Centre for Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto, the 20th Annual International Graduate Colloquium will celebrate its longstanding […]