Newsletter, Issue IV, May/June 2011

Association for Cultural Studies 1st International Summer Institute

11 - 15 July, Ghent University, Belgium.
Theme: Critical Literacies 

DEADLINE: Early bird registration - 31 May 2011. Registration is limited. We strongly advise participants to register  and secure accommodation as early as possible.

See program

Web address: http://www.acssi2011.ugent.be        

ICIDS 2011: Call for Papers

The Fourth International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling
November 28 - December 1, 2011: Vancouver, Canada

 http://icids2011.wp.rpi.edu/ 

Submission Deadline: June 24, 2011 

Storyworlds across Media. Mediality - Multimodality - Transmediality

June 30 - July 2, 2011 at Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany
www.storyworlds.de

Thursday, June 30

Introduction

10:00-10:45 Karl N. Renner (Mainz):
Introductory Remarks

10:45-11:30 Marie-Laure Ryan (Boulder/Mainz):
Storyworlds across Media

Panel 1: Transmedial Worlds

Contemporary Uses of Narrative

Internet based course at master level.
Fall semester 2011: 1 September through 3 November at Gotland University.
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Erzählen und Erzähltheorie zwischen den Kulturen

Pannonische Universität Veszprém, 28.-30. April 2011.

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New coopted members in the steering committee

The steering committee have chosen new coopted members for the next period of the network.
These are:
Gunther Martens, Ghent
Greta Olson, Giessen
and
Phillippe Roussin, Paris.

We would like to use the opportunity to thank Susana Onega Jaén, Tomás Kubicek and Jan-Christoph Meister for having been at our disposal in the past period.

Conference: Intersections of Law and Culture: Human Rights. Second International Cross-Disciplinary Conference.

Hosted by the Department of Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, Franklin College Switzerland. September 23-25, 2011 in Lugano, Switzerland.

Keynote speakers 

Sidonie Smith

Martha Guernsey Colby Collegiate Professor of Women's Studies and English,

University of Michigan

Conference: Redefinitions of the Sequence.

Friday May 20 / Saturday May 21 2011. Université de Fribourg.
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Nonhuman Narratives.

The Media School, Bournemouth University. Wednesday 27 April 2011: Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth

 

'Non Human Narratives' is the follow up to the Narrative Research Group's first and highly successful 'Keeping it Real' Symposium. Exploring representations of the non human, the symposium will feature papers on the following subjects:

 

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