“BRIDGING CULTURAL BOUNDARIES THROUGH LANGUAGE, MIGRATION AND INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE“, Rome, 28th February 2020, is now out! Deadline for submission is 15/01/2020, successful applicants will be notified by 20/01/2020
See CFP here: sympo2020.
Registration fee: 35 euros
AISNA Graduates sta lavorando alla programmazione 2020. Abbiamo bisogno delle vostre idee e di partecipazione diretta per dare continuità alle nostre iniziative e fare fronte alle nuove sfide. Early stage Americanists, fatevi avanti!
Le posizioni disponibili all’interno del comitato organizzativo sono:
- Responsabili eventi (3 posti)
- Membro dell’advisory board di JAm It! (1 posto)
- Responsabile social networks (2 posti)
- Responsabili recruiting e networking (2 posti)
Leggi tutto “Call for Applications AISNA Graduates 2020”
The third issue of JAm It! (Journal of American Studies in Italy) will explore the relations between environmental transformations and migrations in the North American context from a multi-disciplinary perspective. While scholarship in American Studies has produced relevant contributions analyzing the historical and present contingencies of both endogenous and exogenous migratory flows, the complex relations between migrations and ecological change require further inquiry within the field.
Leggi tutto “*Extended* 31/10/2019 – CFP: JAm It! (Environmental Hazards and Migrations)”
Section of Anglo-American Studies, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra, Largo da Porta Férrea, 3004-530 Coimbra, Portugal Leggi tutto “15/07/2019 – Job Offer: 2 vacancies Lecturer in English Language”
June 17 – 20, 2020
At the 100-year anniversary of Eugene O’Neill’s first full-length play—Beyond the Horizon (1920), which garnered his first Pulitzer Prize–and of the first play to break the color line on Broadway—The Emperor Jones (1920)—it seems fitting to look beyond the many horizons that have shaped O’Neill’s legacy for modern theatre.
This 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), the universal genius, the twofold engineer of defense walls against the enemy as much as swing-bridges for overtaking them; of impenetrable dams for stopping natural waterways as much as artificial water-channels for the penetration of commerce and the mixing of peoples and cultures; of barricades for puzzling the enemy on the ground as much as flying machines and futuristic prototypes of inspection drones, anticipating our transcontinental connections.