CFP: Global Modernism and Civil War (MSA17)

Global Modernism and Civil War (CFP for ‪#‎msa17‬) Wyndham Lewis’s Blast is perhaps the most famous modernist declaration of civil war: “We set Humour at Humour’s throat. / Stir up Civil War among peaceful apes.” Lewis himself was named after

CFP: Global Modernism and Civil War (MSA17)

Global Modernism and Civil War (CFP for ‪#‎msa17‬) Wyndham Lewis’s Blast is perhaps the most famous modernist declaration of civil war: “We set Humour at Humour’s throat. / Stir up Civil War among peaceful apes.” Lewis himself was named after

Raymond Williams Society essay competition

RAYMOND WILLIAMS SOCIETY FOURTH POSTGRADUATE ESSAY COMPETITION (2015) (THE SIMON DENTITH MEMORIAL PRIZE) The annual Raymond Williams Society Essay Competition has been renamed in honour of our late and much-missed colleague, Simon Dentith (1952-2014), former editor of Key Words and

Raymond Williams Society essay competition

RAYMOND WILLIAMS SOCIETY FOURTH POSTGRADUATE ESSAY COMPETITION (2015) (THE SIMON DENTITH MEMORIAL PRIZE) The annual Raymond Williams Society Essay Competition has been renamed in honour of our late and much-missed colleague, Simon Dentith (1952-2014), former editor of Key Words and

CFP: ‘Perfectly phrased and quite as true’: Aphoristic Modernity, 1890–1950

We invite proposals for papers for the following academic conference, by 1st April 2015:   ‘Perfectly phrased and quite as true’: Aphoristic Modernity, 1890–1950 4 July 2015, University of York Plenary speakers: Dr Mark Sandy, Durham University Dr James Williams,

CFP: ‘Perfectly phrased and quite as true’: Aphoristic Modernity, 1890–1950

We invite proposals for papers for the following academic conference, by 1st April 2015:   ‘Perfectly phrased and quite as true’: Aphoristic Modernity, 1890–1950 4 July 2015, University of York Plenary speakers: Dr Mark Sandy, Durham University Dr James Williams,

CFP: Media and the Unconscious (MLA 2016)

Please consider submitting an abstract for “Media and the Unconscious,” MLA 2016 Seeking papers exploring the unconscious dimensions and/or effects of media (new and historical). 250-word abstract and 1-page CV by March 15; Matthew Schilleman (schilleman@gmail.com) https://www.mla.org/cfp_review&id=8070&exit_page=cfp_main

CFP: Media and the Unconscious (MLA 2016)

Please consider submitting an abstract for “Media and the Unconscious,” MLA 2016 Seeking papers exploring the unconscious dimensions and/or effects of media (new and historical). 250-word abstract and 1-page CV by March 15; Matthew Schilleman (schilleman@gmail.com) https://www.mla.org/cfp_review&id=8070&exit_page=cfp_main

Black Mountain College at MSA 17 in Boston

As MSA members shape panel, roundtable, and poster/digital exhibit proposals in advance of the April 17 deadline, it may be helpful to keep in mind that the ICA/Boston will open a major exhibition centered on the legacy of Black Mountain

Black Mountain College at MSA 17 in Boston

As MSA members shape panel, roundtable, and poster/digital exhibit proposals in advance of the April 17 deadline, it may be helpful to keep in mind that the ICA/Boston will open a major exhibition centered on the legacy of Black Mountain

CFP: Eliot, Media, and Material Culture (MLA)

The T. S. Eliot Society is sponsoring a panel on “Eliot, Media, and Material Culture”at the January 2016 MLA convention in Austin, TX.  If you are interested in presenting a paper on any aspect of this theme, please send a proposal

CFP: Eliot, Media, and Material Culture (MLA)

The T. S. Eliot Society is sponsoring a panel on “Eliot, Media, and Material Culture”at the January 2016 MLA convention in Austin, TX.  If you are interested in presenting a paper on any aspect of this theme, please send a proposal

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CFP: Industrial Revolutions (MSA 17)

Modernist Studies Association 17th Annual Conference: “Modernism & Revolution” Boston, MA (November 19 – 22, 2015) This interdisciplinary panel seeks papers on any aspect of we might call an “industrial revolution” of modernity that will discuss its impact on modernist aesthetics

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CFP: Industrial Revolutions (MSA 17)

Modernist Studies Association 17th Annual Conference: “Modernism & Revolution” Boston, MA (November 19 – 22, 2015) This interdisciplinary panel seeks papers on any aspect of we might call an “industrial revolution” of modernity that will discuss its impact on modernist aesthetics

CFP: MLA 2016: “Playful Modernism”

Please consider submitting an abstract for a special session at MLA 2016, “Playful Modernism”: Inviting abstracts for papers on the ludic aspects of modernism, including toys, games, the aleatory, uselessness, frivolity, wastefulness, the illogical and the irrational. 300 word abstract

CFP: MLA 2016: “Playful Modernism”

Please consider submitting an abstract for a special session at MLA 2016, “Playful Modernism”: Inviting abstracts for papers on the ludic aspects of modernism, including toys, games, the aleatory, uselessness, frivolity, wastefulness, the illogical and the irrational. 300 word abstract

CFP: Katherine Mansfield, Leslie Beauchamp & World War One

An international symposium to be held at Mesen/Messines, Belgium 26 – 27 September 2015 Keynote Speakers: Professor J. Lawrence Mitchell  and Dr Gerri Kimber Call for Papers Leslie Heron Beauchamp lost his life in Ploegsteert Wood, close to Messines, on

CFP: Katherine Mansfield, Leslie Beauchamp & World War One

An international symposium to be held at Mesen/Messines, Belgium 26 – 27 September 2015 Keynote Speakers: Professor J. Lawrence Mitchell  and Dr Gerri Kimber Call for Papers Leslie Heron Beauchamp lost his life in Ploegsteert Wood, close to Messines, on

Registration Open: ‘Digesting Modernity: An Interdisciplinary Study of Food’

Just a quick reminder that St Mary’s University is hosting a food conference: ‘Digesting Modernity: An Interdisciplinary Study of Food’ on Saturday 18th April 2015. Although the Call for Papers is now closed, if you would like to come along

Registration Open: ‘Digesting Modernity: An Interdisciplinary Study of Food’

Just a quick reminder that St Mary’s University is hosting a food conference: ‘Digesting Modernity: An Interdisciplinary Study of Food’ on Saturday 18th April 2015. Although the Call for Papers is now closed, if you would like to come along