The Germanic and Slavic Studies Department at the University of Victoria is hosting its 2nd Annual Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies Graduate Conference this coming spring. The theme Continue reading CfP: Graduate Student Conference at the University of Victoria
This is the CfP for a joint panel of three associations at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, at the CAUTG Annual Meeting, 26-29 May 2018 at the University of Regina, Canada. Joint panel between three associations: Continue reading CfP: WiG/CAUTG/WGSREF joint panel at CAUTG / Congress in Regina, May 26-29, 2018
Seminar. A Journal of Germanic Studies is looking for submissions to the Special Issue on Reconsidering the Media Histories of Girls in Uniform. Guest editors are Ilinca Iurascu (University of British Columbia), Gaby Pailer (University of British Columbia), and Franziska Schößler (Universität Trier). Continue reading CfP: Reconsidering the Media Histories of Girls in Uniform
Undergraduate student researchers are
encouraged to submit paper proposals (of
approx. 250 words) for a one-day conference
held on Saturday, November 25, 2017,
organized by the European Studies program at
the University of Guelph. Papers Continue reading CfP: European Studies Undergrad Conference at U of Guelph
Die CATG Jahrestagung wird dieses Jahr in Montreal vom 02. – 04. Februar 2018 stattfinden. „DACHL: Wo Deutsch zu Hause ist“ – Continue reading CATG – CfP 2018 Tagung
The organizing committee for the 2018 German Graduate Conference hosted by the Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures at the University of Toronto is pleased to send out its call for papers. The conference Continue reading CfP: “Pulver möcht’ ich schreiben”: Engagement in the German Tradition
Following the CAUTG annual meeting at Ryerson University, we are producing a conference volume representing our academic and strategic discussions regarding the past, present and future of German Studies, or “Germanistik.” We are requesting contributions exploring the historical and ongoing institutional and political challenges or featuring developments in transcultural and intermedial approaches.
“Translocality” is key for the Canadian context. From a European perspective, we are deemed “Auslandsgermanistik”, from a domestic perspective, we are scholars operating within foreign language and literature departments, which include linguistic, literary and cultural studies. In light of the two official national languages, English and French, and multicultural and multilingual setting including First Nations, intercultural approaches are prefigured in Canadian German Studies.
We are inviting two kinds of contributions:
1) Forum contributions (2-3 pages), based on, yet not limited to:
· contributions to our roundtable discussions
· the future of German Studies / Germanistik in Canada
· the role of the CAUTG, especially with regard to website & outreach activities
2) Academic contributions (10-12 pages), based on, yet not limited to:
· CAUTG 2017 conference presentations
· external papers reflecting the larger conference theme
· contributions in linguistic, literary and cultural studies
This special issue of the “Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik” will be edited by Nikola von Merveldt (Université de Montréal) and Andrea Speltz (University of Waterloo) in collaboration with Gaby Pailer (UBC Vancouver). Contributions may be in English, German, or French.
Please send a title and abstract (300 words) of your proposed contribution to Andrea Speltz and Nikola von Merveldt at CAUTG2017@gmail.com by June 30, 2017; the final contributions will be due 1 November, 2017.
This special issue of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, edited by Gabi Kathöfer (University of Denver) and Beverly Weber (University of Colorado Boulder), will focus on “Heimatlosigkeit/Precarity”. Continue reading CfP: Special Issue Seminar – Heimatlosigkeit/Precarity
Changing borders, immigration, political change and unrest, war, death, birth and rebirth have changed the composition of Central and Eastern Europe, causing massive, fundamental cultural shifts which have continually drawn global attention. How are the histories and stories of these multifarious transformations told and retold, and what do these differing interpretations mean for the region as a whole? Continue reading CfP: Memory and Momentum Graduate Student Conference