Additional Calls for Papers 2005
LUSO-BRAZILIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Visual Narratives of the Portuguese-Speaking World. Visual arts, cinema, architecture, digital culture production, and exhibitions of the Portuguese-speaking world. Titles and short abstracts by 20 Mar.; Peggy Sharpe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Yiddish Literature and Literary Theory? Does Yiddish literature benefit from engagement with theory? What tensions emerge between minority literature and dominant theories? Can theory invigorate the Yiddish canon? 500-word abstracts by 25 Mar.; Marc Caplan (email@example.com).
The Importance of Punctuation. Punctuation topics related to linguistics, writing, its use in certain genres or by specific literary figures. Abstracts by 15 Mar.; Albert E. Krahn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Readers and Riddles in the 19th Century. Papers analyzing the role of riddles, wordplay, punning, etc. in 19th-century reading and writing. 1-page abstracts by 1 Mar.; Brian Tucker (email@example.com).
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE SOCIETY
Marginal Hawthorne: Journal of an African Cruiser and Other Works.
Political Hawthorne: About War Matters and Power Politics. 1-2-page abstracts for 20-min. papers by 15 Mar.; Sam Coale, 39 Pratt St., Providence, RI 02906 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
INTERNATIONAL COURTLY LITERATURE SOCIETY
Open Sessions. Proposals for papers and sessions on all expressions of courtly culture by 1 Mar.; Rose Marie Deist, Dept. of Modern and Classical Langs., Univ. of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94117-1080 (email@example.com).