BOLLETTINO '900 - Notizie / B, ottobre 2000             Successivo



- Carolina Conference On Romance Literatures
March 22-24, 2001
Call for papers
Deadline for submission of abstracts: Oct. 15th, 2000.
- *Technology and the Humanities*
conference - September 2001
Call for papers



Keynote speakers:
Jean-Michel Maulpoix, of L'Universite' Paris X-Nanterre
Professor of Modern and Contemporary Poetry at the Universite'
de Paris X, Monsieur Maulpoix is the author of such critical
works as *La poesie comme l'amour*, *La poesie malgre' tout*
and *Du lyrisme*. His most recent work, *L'instinct de ciel*,
is a book of poetic prose, which was published with *Mercure*
in March 2000. Monsieur Maulpoix also chairs the literary
and critical review *Le Nouveau Receuil*.

Rolena Adorno, of Yale University
Author of *Guaman Poma: Writing and Resistance in Colonial
Peru* and *Cronista y Principe: La obra de don Felipe Guaman
Poma de Ayala*. Professor Adorno is also the editor of *From
Oral to Written Expression: Native Andean Chronicles of the
Early Colonial Period*. Her most recent work includes
co-authoring *Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca: His Account, His
Life, and the Expedition of Panfilo de Narvaez*. She is
currently working on studies on Bartolome' de las Casas and
the Spanish New World in the narrative imagination of the

Papers or panels on all aspects of literature in Spanish,
Franch, Portuguese, Italian and Comparative Literature will
be considered. Interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged.
Deadline for submission of abstracts is Oct. 15th, 2000.

Please provide:
- A letter listing the title of the paper, your name,
address, academic affiliation, telephone number and e-mail
- Three copies of a one-page abstract or panel proposal
without name or institution indicated.
- A self-addressed, stamped envelope.

Send to:
Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Department of Romance Languages
CB#3170, 238 Dey Hall
Chapel Hill, NC-27599-3170

Fax: 919-9625457
Phone: 919-9629767

For inquiries please contact Amy McNichols (Spanish) at
amcnicho@email.unc.edu, Elisabeth Marie (Portuguese and
Italian) at emarie@email.unc.edu, or Sarah Glasco (French)
at sglasco@email.unc.edu

See our web page for more information and last year's
program at:


"Technology and the Humanities"
September 2001
Call for papers

Organising committee: Professor Michael Worton
(University College London), Professor Sandra Kemp
(University of Westminster), Dr Alan Penn (Bartlett
School of Architecture, University College London),
Professor Jo Labanyj (Institute of Romance Studies).

This conference celebrates the start of the new millennium by
enquiring into the multiple implications of 'old' and 'new'
technologies for the Humanities. Issues considered will include:
- the cultural impact and changing role of cinema, radio,
- the new audio-visual culture and its implications for print
- electronic databases;
- virtual museums
- implications of digitalisation for concepts of mimesis;
- Web technology, hypertext and cyberspace;
- language teaching over the Web;
- machine translation;
- artificial intelligence;
- cyborgs and the 'artificial body'.

Questions of gender and ethics will be considered throughout.

Offers of papers with abstracts should be sent to
Michael Worton (m.worton@ucl.ac.uk)


© Bollettino '900-versione e-mail Electronic Newsletter of '900 Italian Literature Notizie / A, ottobre 2000. Anno VI, 5. Direttore: Federico Pellizzi; Redazione: Michela Aveta, Eleonora Conti, Marica Fantuzzi, Marco Giovanardi, Hilenja Lari, Stefania Filippi, Anna Frabetti, Ada Reggio, Cecilia Serradimigni. Dipartimento di Italianistica dell'Universita' di Bologna, Via Zamboni 32, 40126 Bologna, Italy, Fax +39 051 2098555; tel. +39 051 2098595/334294. Reg. Trib. di Bologna n. 6436 del 19 aprile 1995. ISSN 1124-1578 http://www.unibo.it/boll900/
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