CONGRESS OF THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, CARLETON UNIVERSITY Ottawa, Ontario, May 23 – 25 2009 Comparative Spaces: Changing Territories 2009 marks the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Comparative Literature […]
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 […]