North American Review Bicentennial Conference Accepting Proposals (Deadline: 2/22/15)

The North American Review is accepting proposals for this summer’s bicentennial conference. The creative writing and literature conference will take place at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls June 11–13, 2015. Students may submit proposals for individual papers, panels (three to four panelists), or roundtable discussions (four to six participants). The submission deadline is February 22, 2015. View the official call for […]

Wayne State University’s Early Modern Studies Graduate Symposium Accepting Abstracts (Deadline: 1/16/15)

Wayne State University‘s sixth annual Group for Early Modern Studies (GEMS) graduate symposium welcomes abstracts from humanities graduate students working on the early modern period, broadly defined as 1400–1800. Abstracts should relate to the general theme of “will.” The symposium will take place on Friday, March 13, 2015, at Wayne State University in Detroit. The submission deadline is January […]

Call for Abstracts for AGS Graduate Student Conference in Paris (Deadline: 1/30/15)

The American Graduate School in Paris is accepting abstracts for its 2015 conference, The Influence and Role of NGOs in Global Governance: From Grassroots to Global. The conference will take place in Paris April 23–24, 2015. The abstract submission deadline is January 30, 2015, and the final paper submission deadline is March 27, 2015. Students may submit abstracts of […]

Call for Abstracts for Mind, Body, and (Con)Text: Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Linguistics (Deadline Extended to 1/15/15)

The deadline to submit abstracts for Mind, Body, and (Con)Text: Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Linguistics has been extended to January 15, 2015. School of Languages and Cultures 15th Annual Graduate Symposium March 6–7, 2015 Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana Graduate students may submit abstracts of up to 250 words to slcsymposiumpurdue@gmail.com. The email submission should specify the presenter’s name, institution of […]

NIU’s Ctrl, Alt, Delete Conference Accepting Abstracts (Deadline: 1/16/15)

The 23rd annual Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language, and Media (MCLLM) at Northern Illinois University is accepting proposals for 15-minute papers from individuals and panels. The conference will take place at Northern Illinois University March 27–28, 2015. This year’s theme is Ctrl, Alt, Delete. The deadline for proposals is January 16, 2015. Graduate students should send their 200- to 250-word proposals […]

Submit Abstracts on #MissedConnections for IUB’s Grad Student Conference (Deadline: 2/1/15)

Indiana University Bloomington‘s comparative literature department is accepting abstracts for Missed Connections, a graduate student conference. The conference will take place April 10 and 11, 2015. The deadline for submitting abstracts is February 1, 2015.   What to Submit Abstract (300 words max) Title of your presentation Short bio (50 words max) with your name, email address, degree level, […]

NIU’s 51st Allerton English Articulation Conference Seeks Proposals (Deadline: 2/1/15)

Call for Proposals and Participation Metaphors We Teach By NIU’s 51st Allerton English Articulation Conference April 15 –16, 2015 Allerton Park and Retreat Center Monticello, Illinois   Proposal Deadline: February 1, 2015 Applicants email a title and one-paragraph abstract of their panel or individual presentation proposal to AllertonConference@niu.edu. Those accepted will be notified by March 1. See Northern Illinois […]

Submit Abstracts for Mind, Body and (Con)Text: Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Linguistics (Deadline: 12/14/14)

School of Languages and Cultures 15th Annual Graduate Symposium March 6–7, 2015 Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana   Submit 250-word abstracts (Times New Roman 12-point font, double spaced) to slcsymposiumpurdue@gmail.com by December 14, 2014. Email submissions should include the presenter’s name, institution of affiliation, email address, and phone number. Please do not include any identifying information on […]

Medieval Narratives Conference Seeks Proposals (Deadline: 11/21/14)

The Illinois Medieval Association is accepting abstracts for its 32nd annual conference, cosponsored by Saint Louis University (SLU). This year’s theme is “Medieval Narratives.” CONFERENCE DATES: February 20–21, 2015 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Cynthia Robinson (Cornell University) and John Van Engen (University of Notre Dame) DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS:  November 21, 2014 Proposals for both whole sessions and individual papers are welcome. Three-paper sessions are scheduled for 90 minutes, […]