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39th APEAA MEETING
26-28 April 2018
Venue: Department of Linguistics and Literatures – University of Évora.
The University of Évora, through its Department of Linguistics and Literatures (DLL), is pleased to announce the 39th Conference of the Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies, which will take place in Évora, between 26 and 28 April 2018. It is now opening a call for papers and panels in a range of subjects in Anglo-American studies.
We look forward to receiving paper and panel proposals in the academic areas which are currently part of Anglo-American Studies, including (but not restricted to): Literary Studies, Cultural Studies, Post-colonial Studies, Performance, Film and Theatre studies, Gender and Sexuality studies, Translation Studies, Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Language teaching and methodology, Multilingualism. Proposals for panels, put together around a common theme or research domain, are particularly welcome. We also welcome papers and panels on other Anglophone studies, such as Canadian, Irish, Scottish, etc.
Deadline to propose new panels: 30th October 2017.
These proposals should be sent to the organizing committee.
Individual papers, workshops, graduate roundtables and poster sessions (integrating the proposed panels or not): 31st January 2018.
Abstracts of 250 words in English or in Portuguese should include name of the speaker, institutional affiliation and position, full title of paper, format and a short biographical note and contact details should be sent to the conference website:
Working languages: English and Portuguese
A selection of papers will be published.
Thematic Panels (some proposals received)
The Contemporary Short Story in English: Exploring new boundaries (coord. Ana Raquel Fernandes, U. Europeia, and Teresa Casal, FLUL)
Dark Side Stories in American Arts, Literature and Culture (coord Maria Antónia Lima, UÉ, Margarida Vale de Gato, FLUL, and Teresa Botelho, UNova)
Pain, Loss and Trauma in Literature and Arts (coord. Carla Castro, UÉ)
Life Writing: Discourse, Identity, Representation (coord. Ana Clara Birrento and Olga Gonçalves, UÉ)
English in the 21st century: current approaches to English as an international lingua franca (coord. Luís Guerra, UÉ, Lili Cavalheiro, FLUL, Ricardo Pereira, IPLeiria)
Politics, sex, violence and other ordinary stuff in Contemporary British and American Drama (coord. Rui Pina Coelho, FLUL, Christine Zurbach, UÉ, and José Alberto Ferreira, UÉ)
Jazz Stories in Music, Literature and other Arts (coord. Eduardo Lopes, UÉ, and Paulo Gaspar, ESML-IPL)
Airplanes take off against the wind: study routes in Visual Arts in confluence with other knowledge areas (coord. Sandra Leandro, UÉ; Maria do Rosário Lupi Bello, UA)
Make sense of living together: new perspectives in Anglo-American Philosophy (coord. Olivier Feron and Teresa Santos, UÉ)
Some anniversaries celebrated in 2018 may provide the foundations for panels and individual papers:
The 200th birth anniversaries of Emily Brontë and Frederick Douglass; the 100th birth anniversary of Nelson Mandela; the 100th anniversaries of the end of World War I; the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King. An important literary anniversary occurs in 2018: the 200th anniversary of the first publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818).
Book Presentations: APEAA members are also invited to present their own recently published academic books and/or translations (2016-2018). Please contact the organizing committee (email@example.com).
Early Bird – 30 March
APEAA members – 40 Euros
Non-members – 90 Euros
Late Registration – after 30 March
APEAA members – 60 Euros
Non-members – 110 Euros
APEAA student members (undergraduate, MA and PhD): 15 Euros
Other students: 40 Euros