Saturday, 20 August 2011

More Calls for Papers!

The long vacation is a quite time, but Medievalists never rest for too long and the I3MS has been informed about some interesting CFP we would like to share with you:

Call for Papers for the 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 10-13, 2012)
The 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies, which marks the 50th anniversary of Western Michigan University's first Conference on Medieval Studies that grew into the International Congress on Medieval Studies, takes place May 10-13, 2012. The deadline for session proposals was June 1, 2011.
More information at the congress webpage: http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress

1st Circular of the IV Congreso Internacional De La SEMYR (September 5-8, 2012)
This edition's title is "El texto infinito: reescritura y tradición en la Edad Media y el Renacimiento" and it is open to 20 minutes long papers on any aspect of re-writing and re-interpretation in Hispanic Medieval and Renaissance literature, iconography, music and translation. The Call for Papers ends the 6th January 2012 and it is necessary to be a member of the SEMYR to participate.
More information at the SEMYR website: http://www.la-semyr.es/?p=227

Call For Papers: AHGBI Conference, (University of Stirling 2-4 April, 2012)
Members of the Association are invited to submit either a proposal for a panel or an abstract for an individual paper for the Annual Conference to be held at the University of Stirling, 2nd-4th April, 2012. Proposals (150-200 words) are invited from Association members for individual papers of 20-30 minutes on any area of research relating to Spanish, Latin American or Lusophone studies. Proposals should be sent by the 7th October 2011.
More information at the AHGBI website: http://www.hispanists.org.uk

Should the I3MS get more information on future CFP and congresses, we will post it here for you. Enjoy your summer holidays and start thinking about next term's sessions!

Friday, 19 August 2011

I3MS in "El filólogo en la red"

I3MS would like to thank Jaime Galbarro García for including us among the recommended links in his blog "El filólogo en la red". We hope this will be the beginning of a productive and enriching relationship and exchange with other on-line projects of interest for Medievalists working on Iberian and Italian topics.

Call for papers: LAST CALL to the WISPS XII Conference!

The I3MS has received an urgent annoucement from the organisers of the XII Conference of the WISPS:

Women in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies (WISPS) is a group of colleagues concerned with feminist studies and with the role of women in British and Irish Luso-Hispanism. The annual conference is one of the main events in the WISPS calendar. This year the conference will be held at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London on 10th and 11th November 2011, in addition there will be a WISPS workshop on November 12th.

The conference is open to all those working in university departments in Great Britain and Ireland and/or researching into fields such as feminist theory, history, cultural memory, linguistics, literature, cultural and textual theory, audio and film studies, performance studies, politics, anthropology, geography, queer theory, and theatre studies, within Luso-Hispanic culture. Proposals (200 words) are invited for individual papers of 20 minutes or for panels, consisting of three papers of 20 minutes on any area of research relating to Spanish, Latin American or Lusophone studies. Proposals should be sent by the 1st September 2011, including name of speaker, title of paper and full contact details to the conference organizers. Proposals are welcome from members and non-members and from male and female academics and Postgraduate students whose research falls within Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Studies (including Portuguese-speaking Africa, Macau, Goa and Timor). Some of the themes we will address in this year’s conference are: Performance, interpretation and translation. We would particularly welcome proposals for papers and panels that engage the conference’s keynote topics and events: Poetry and performance, Teaching and learning, Theatre and translation. Papers on topics not covered by these themes are also welcome

More information at the WISPS home-page and the conference website.

 
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