Monday, July 19, 2010

Call for Papers -- Celts in the Americas Conference, 2011

The Celtic Studies Department at Saint Francis Xavier University and the Centre for Cape Breton Studies at Cape Breton University will host a conference on the Celts in the Americas to be held 29 June through 2 July, 2011 in Nova Scotia.

Paper proposals, together with the speaker's name, institutional affiliation, and prospective title, should be emailed to Professor Newton by 5 December 2010.

For more information on the conference, visit the Saint Francis Xavier University website.

Call for Papers -- CSANA Sessions, Kalamazoo, 2011

Professor Frederick Suppe is organizing two CSANA sessions at the next International Congress of Medieval Stuides, which will be held on May 12-15, 2011 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The themes for the sessions are "New Work by Young Celtic Studies Scholars" and "Empires, Emperors, and Rulership in Celtic Texts and Cultures."

Paper proposals, including the prospective title and the speaker's contact information, should be emailed to Professor Suppe by September 15, 2010. Priority will be given to earlier submissions, so prospective speakers are urged to get their proposals in sooner rather than later.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Journal of Literary Onomastics -- Submissions Information

The Journal of Literary Onomastics, a new scholarly periodical published under the auspices of the College at Brockport, State University of New York, welcomes article-length submissions on topics that deal with the ‘linguistic and philological aspects of proper names’. Detailed submissions information can be found on the journal’s website.

Call for Papers -- Vernacular Architecture Conference

The call for papers has just been announced for a conference entitled 'New Light on Vernacular Architecture: Studies in Britain, Ireland and the Isle of Man'. The conference is being hosted by the University of Liverpool's Centre for Manx Studies and Manx National Heritage and will take place in Douglas, Isle of Man from 22 -25 June 2011. Paper proposals of 300 words are to be emailed to conference organizers by 30 September 2011.