2017年02月23日

CFPs: MLA 2018 (再々送)

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The 2018 MLA International Convention will take place in NYC, NY,
from Jan. 4-7. The NHS will host two sessions, one in conjunction 
with the Poe Studies Association. 
Please note that the due date for abstracts is March 15th for Hawthorne
and Things, and March 3rd for Bodies in Poe and Hawthorne. 

HAWTHORNE AND THINGS
This panel joins the non-human turn, inviting object-centered approaches
to the "neutral territory" of Hawthorne's work, including "It-narratives," 
"vibrant matter," "Thing Theory," and "weird realism." 
Up to 500-word abstracts by 15 March 2017; 
Charles Baraw (barawc[at]southrnct.edu) and 
Samuel Coale (samcoale[at]cox.net

BODIES IN POE AND HAWTHORNE 
We will consider discussions of the human body in Poe and Hawthorne; 
includes gendered or racialized treatments, transformations (including 
aging and illness), (dis)ability. physical labor. 
250-word abstracts by 3 March 2017; 
Amy Branam Armiento (abranam[at]frostburg.edu

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posted by NHSJ at 20:51| 日記

CFPs: MLA 2018 (再送)

Sandra Hughes先生より,CFPのお知らせが届きました。



 



The 2018 MLA International
Convention will take place in NYC, NY,



from January 4-7. The
NHS will host two sessions,



one in conjunction
with the Poe Studies Association.



Please note that
the due date for abstracts is March 15th for Hawthorne



and Things, and
March 3rd for Bodies in Poe and Hawthorne.



 



HAWTHORNE AND
THINGS



This panel joins
the non-human turn, inviting object-centered approaches



to the “neutral
territory” of Hawthorne’s work, including



"It-narratives,”
“vibrant matter,” “Thing Theory,” and "weird realism.”



Up to 500-word
abstracts by 15 March 2017;



Charles Baraw (barawc1[at]southernct.edu)
and



Samuel
Coale (
samcoale[at]cox.net).



 



BODIES IN POE AND
HAWTHORNE



We will consider
discussions of the human body in Poe or Hawthorne;



includes gendered
or racialized treatments, transformations (including



aging and illness),
(dis)ability, physical labor.



250-word abstracts
by 3 March 2017;



 Amy Branam Armiento (abranam[at]frostburg.edu).



 



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posted by NHSJ at 20:37| 日記

CFPs: MLA 2018 Hawthorne (and Poe)

Sandra Hughes先生より,CFPのお知らせが届きました。

 

The 2018 MLA International
Convention will take place in New York, New York, from January 4-7.  The
Nathaniel Hawthorne Society will host two sessions, one in conjunction with the
Poe Studies Association. Please note that the due date for abstracts is March
15th for Hawthorne and Things, and March 3rd for
Bodies in Poe and Hawthorne.

 

HAWTHORNE AND THINGS

This panel joins the non-human turn,
inviting object-centered approaches to the “neutral territory” of Hawthorne’s
work, including "It-narratives,” “vibrant matter,” “Thing Theory,” and
"weird realism.” Up to 500-word abstracts by 15 March 2017; Charles Baraw
(barawc1@southernct.edu) and Samuel Coale
(samcoale@cox.net).

 

BODIES IN POE AND HAWTHORNE

















We will consider discussions of the human
body in Poe or Hawthorne; includes gendered or racialized treatments,
transformations (including aging and illness), (dis)ability, physical labor.
250-word abstracts by 3 March 2017; Amy Branam Armiento (abranam@frostburg.edu).

posted by NHSJ at 20:27| 日記