CfP/CfA events

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  1. Category: CfP/CfA events
    Abstract submission deadline: 01.09.2019
    Culinary Translation
    Submitted by: Redaktion avldigital.de

    Translation and the culinary arts are universal human activities. Both have been practised since time immemorial. They are also eminently cultural. When Larbaud says “you are who you translate” (“Dis moi qui tu traduis, je te dirai qui tu es” – 1946: 95), he is obviously thinking of Brillat-Savarin’s aphorism, “you are what you eat” (“Dis moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai qui tu es” – [1825] 2017, Aphorisme IV, p. 19). Each has long been an object of investigation in the humanities and beyond,...

    Fields of research Literature and cultural studies,  Translation,  Theory of translation
    Created on: 21.03.2019
  2. Category: CfP/CfA events
    Abstract submission deadline: 20.05.2019
    Addressing Readers: The Pragmatics of Communication from the First Printed Novels in English to 20th-and 21st-Century Digital Fiction
    Submitted by: Redaktion avldigital.de

    Research lab: EMMA, Etudes Montpelliéraines du Monde Anglophone ( https://emma.www.univ-montp3.fr/fr/evenements/addressing-readers-pragmatics-communication-first-printed-novels-english ) Conveners: Virginie Iché & Sandrine Sorlin Website: https://addressingreaders.wordpress.com This conference intends to focus on the specific relationship authors and/or narrators entertain with their readers in fictional works from the first novels written in English in the 18 th century to 21 ...

    Fields of research Novel,  Digital literature,  Literature of the 18th century and 3 more
    Created on: 18.03.2019
  3. Category: CfP/CfA events
    Abstract submission deadline: 20.05.2019
    Language and knowledge in Early Modern Britain: Circulating Words, Expanding Lexicons
    Submitted by: Redaktion avldigital.de

    Organised by the universities of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris Diderot, Paris Nanterre, Angers, and the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, as part of a series of events devoted to the uses of polyglossia in the early modern period, and sponsored by the Institut Universitaire de France. Confirmed keynote speaker: Philip Durkin, Oxford English Dictionary In the early modern period, the humanist practice of translation of sacred as well as secular texts created new readerships in the...

    Fields of research Literature from UK and Ireland,  Literature and philosophy,  Poetics and 5 more
    Created on: 18.03.2019
  4. Category: CfP/CfA events
    Abstract submission deadline: 30.06.2019
    Urbi et orbi. Lire les villes, vivre en littérature
    Submitted by: Redaktion avldigital.de

    Urbi et orbi. Lire les villes, vivre en littérature Colloque International LEA 2019 – Université d’Aveiro 16-20 octobre Parmi les « chronotopes » (Bakhtine) de la littérature, les villes sont sans doute à privilégier. La ville est un thème en littérature mais aussi une forme . Sans doute peut-on « habiter » un texte comme on habite une ville. Si d’importants travaux ont été consacrés à la « sémiologie urbaine » (Barthes), il reste, toutefois, à s’interroger sur...

    Fields of research Themes, motifs, thematology
    Created on: 18.03.2019
  5. Category: CfP/CfA events
    Abstract submission deadline: 26.04.2019
    Unbound: Francophone literature beyond the book (Postgraduate Study Day)
    Submitted by: Redaktion avldigital.de

    ‘Unbound: Francophone literature beyond the book’ Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies: Postgraduate Study Day University of Liverpool Friday 31 st May 2019 Keynote speaker: TBC Careers session speaker: Professor Charles Forsdick (Liverpool) *** A wealth of Francophone literature lies beyond the bound volume. Once considered secondary or supplementary texts, in recent years literary ephemera have been brought from the periphery and formed the basis...

    Fields of research French literature,  Postcolonial studies
    Created on: 18.03.2019