02/11/18 – Call for papers “Childhoods of Color: an interdisciplinary conference on print and digital cultures”

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31/10/18 – call for papers “The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy”

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01/11/18. call for papers “Thanks for Typing: Wives, Daughters, Mothers, and Other Women behind Famous Men”

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30/10/18 – Call for contributions “American Literary Naturalism in the World”

Call for papers for a forthcoming special issue of The New Centennial Review (Michigan State UP):

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29/06/2018 – Call for papers Ohio valley history conference.

The OVHC is a general conference open to all historians and advanced graduate students. We welcome proposals on all periods and specializations including public history, digital history, and teaching history.

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15/05/2018 – CFP “The Past, Present, and Future of Libraries”

In commemoration of the American Philosophical Society’s 275th anniversary, the Society’s Library, along with the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation and the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), is hosting an interdisciplinary and international conference that explores the history of libraries, the present opportunities for libraries (especially independent research libraries and those with special collections), and the potential future for libraries as they continue to evolve in the 21st century.

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01/08/18. CFP “Symposium on North American Literature and Culture in the Twentieth Century”

From its beginnings in the Naturalism of Dreiser and Wharton, through the Modernism of William Faulkner and the Lost Generation, the emergence of new voices in African-American, Native, and other minority writing, to more recent developments in the commercialisation of publishing houses, the growth of creative writing departments in colleges across North  America, and the giving way of Hugh Kenner’s Pound Era to Mark McGurl’s Program Era, the dramatic history of North America in the twentieth century has been reflected in its literature.

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