CfP POETRY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN EDUCATION

This call for papers welcomes current curriculum shifts in which education for sustainable learning—ESD— is becoming an overarching link between disciplines rather than a subordinate pursuit in education. Scholars and lovers of poetry can attest to how it sustains us in our lifelong learning, including our emotional, creative, linguistic, communicative, and analytical development. The concept […]

International symposium «Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change»

University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu December 12-13, 2018 The symposium includes Professor Scott Slovic’s keynote lecture and a two-day workshop directed by Scott Slovic, Arja Rosenholm, and Markku Lehtimäki. See the attached CFP_Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change for individual paper proposals (deadline October 31). Scott Slovic (University of Idaho, USA) «A More Particularized Understanding»: Apprehending […]

Utopias and ecologies

Regional Networking Workshop for Utopian Scholars and Creatives 30 November 2018 University of Greifswald, Germany Application deadline: 15 October 2018 More information, see CfP Utopias and Ecologies 2018-1

“And the fox and the rabbit were friends” – Interspecies conflict and collaboration in Richard Adams’s Watership Down

This year’s biennial ESSE (The European Society for the Study of English) will be held in Brno (29 August – 2 September 2018). Roberta Grandi (NaChiLitCul member) will present a paper for the seminar Lessons on Kindness: Contemporary Children’s Literature in an Uncertain World (http://www.esse2018brno.org/programme/seminars_outlines) Abstract In the heroic “quest”[1] of Watership Down, Adams describes […]