DARIAH, the Digital Research for the Arts and Humanities, seeks a research associate/developer based in our Berlin offices.

We are looking to complement our existing DCO team of 6 with an experienced and motivated research associate/developer responsible for our work on the Humanities at Scale project. This position will be situated at the DCO office in Berlin, hosted by the Centre Marc Bloch (CMB), Friedrichstrasse 191. In exceptional circumstances, we accept remote work but require travel to relevant

» Read more

CFP: Finite, Singular and Exposed: Who’s Afraid of the Modernist Individual?

University of Córdoba (Spain) 30-31 October, 2014 There was a time when the individual was the central category in Modernism. It was a time of quasi-blind reliance on the Hegelian oppositions self-versus-reality and self-versus-society, critical talismans tirelessly employed by Marxist critics from Lukács through Goldmann. In fact, Lukács’s censorious construal of the modernist novel as an anomalous form bound to

» Read more

Instructions for IASIL Bibliography

Editorial Instructions 1. Use Times New Roman and 10 point throughout, with the first line left-hand justified and indentation for run-on lines: KATZ, Daniel, ‘Beckett’s Measures: Principles of Pleasure in Molloy and First Love’, in Modern Fiction Studies, 49:2, pp. 246-60. 2.  For articles and books in languages other than English, add a rough translation of the title after a

» Read more

IASIL Bibliography Announcement

Dear Members,   The deadline to send bibliographical items to the IASIL Bibliography Committee is March 30th.  Here is the list of representatives by geographical area: Argentina: Juan José Delaney, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  juan.delaney@gmail.com Australia: Dr Frank Molloy, School of Humanities, Charles Sturt University, WaggaWagga NSW 2678, Australia. fmolloy@csu.edu.au Austria: Professor Dr Werner Huber and Sandra Mayer. Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, University of

» Read more

CFP: Irish Hunger, Poverty and Migration: A transatlantic perspective

Quinnipiac University Since 1976, the Ulster-American Heritage Symposium has met every two years, alternating between co-sponsoring universities and museums in Ulster and North America. The twentieth meeting of the Symposium will be hosted at two venues in the United States. The first program will be hosted by Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute, Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, 18 -21 June 2014, and the

» Read more
1 2 3 4