This year the Irish Association for American Studies Postgraduate Symposium invites papers that investigate the myriad ways in which American history and culture has been recorded and rerecorded, across all media. Organizers welcome proposals for papers that consider how America is engaging continuously in a dialogue with its own history and culture.
Nationalism as a distinct political ideology can be said to have characterized the first half of the twentieth century, at least as regards the western hemisphere.
According to poet Frances Osgood, her friend Edgar Allan Poe finds his best voice in genres hospitable to the warmth of human intercourse: “It was in his conversations and his letters, far more than in his published poetry and prose writings, that the genius of Poe was most gloriously revealed”
Call for papers for the III conference “communication across cultures” to be held in Warsaw, 6-7 december 2018.
The short story can be regarded as a site of resistance with its particular ability to inscribe places, but also a space in-between where language relates place through the specialization of a common, international language.
The workshop aims to explore the generative capacities of violence, in particularly if and how it transforms space and time in the city.
The Biennial ASLE Conference “Paradise on Fire” explores the connections among storytelling, real and imagined landscapes, future-making, activism, environed spaces, differential exclusions, long histories, and the disaster-prone terrains of the Anthropocene.
This issue of Cinéma&Cie aims to address the context made up of works of art in music, film and video by tracing the ongoing exchange between avant-garde and popular forms from trans-historical and intermedial perspectives.
This conference @ Stanford University seeks to examine ways in which literature and the arts have taken up and taken apart war and the myths surrounding it.
The third issue of “Novecento Transnazionale” will present a selection of articles focusing on “Transnational perspectives and art history.”