Trans-TransAtlantic: Rethinking the Mediating Effects of Space and Place
It may be time to move beyond the “Transatlantic,” a concept that cannot resist national narratives or the imperative to globalize. William B. Warner email@example.com.
“The Ottoman Eighteenth Century”
Contrary to earlier narratives of decline, Ottoman power, literature, and culture exerted considerable influence on British society in this period. Abstracts on any aspect of Ottoman influence to Rajani Sudan firstname.lastname@example.org
“After Exoticism: The Stage is All the World”
Any aspect of global engagement in theater, drama, and performance, both on stage and off, particularly those complicating or looking beyond exoticism or orientalism.
Laura J Rosenthal <email@example.com>
Send abstracts by March 15th.