Category: Performing Arts

  • HASTAC Scholars Application Link Here (Due Nov 15)

    HASTAC Scholars 2022 – 2024Applications Are Open!The deadline to apply has been extended.Applications for the 2022-2024 Cohort are due  Tuesday, November 15th.Join a community of scholars dedicated to rethinking pedagogy, learning, research, and the role of higher education today. The HASTAC Scholars program is an innovative student-driven community of graduate and undergraduate students. This year, scholars will be participating […]

  • Art in Bloom at NCMA

    Art in Bloom at NCMA

    Art in Bloom at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, North Carolina took place last week — and for a flower and art enthusiast, this is the best time of the year at our local art museum.        For this event, florists randomly select a piece of art within the museum […]

  • Career Guidebook (for Free) on the Arts and Humanities

    Career Guidebook (for Free) on the Arts and Humanities

      Arts and Humanities: Don’t Leave College Without Them is a FREE career guidebook for high school and college students wondering how the arts and humanities can further their careers. It includes essays by students, faculty, and young professionals, as well as short portraits of young innovators, information about majors, success stories, interviews, and more. Please share widely, […]

  • MLA Panel on “D’Annunzio as World Literature,” Thursday Jan. 7 @ 5:15pm (EST)

    MLA Panel on “D’Annunzio as World Literature,” Thursday Jan. 7 @ 5:15pm (EST)

    Please join us for our panel at the upcoming MLA Convention (Toronto, 2021, held remotely): Session 192 – D’Annunzio as World Literature: Translation and Reception in the Wake of Decadence Thursday, January 7, 5:15pm-6:30pm EST Please note: Attendence requires registration for the MLA Convention Panel details: Presider Michael Subialka, University of California, Davis   Presentations Cosmopolitanism in […]

  • Being thoughtful on “academizing” and accessibility in poetry writing

    In my experience what has drawn me to poetry was its accessibility in terms of being able to produce art from an “ameatur” standpoint and having others quickly “get it.” I encapsulate a thought that comes to me and write it down and share it with friends and peers. Lately, after taking classes in graduate […]

  • Call for Submissions – PSA 33, Special Issue on “Six Characters as World Literature”

    Call for Submissions – PSA 33, Special Issue on “Six Characters as World Literature”

    Call for Submissions PSA XXXIII (2020) Co-editors: Enza De Francisci, Lisa Sarti, and Michael Subialka   PSA, the journal of the Pirandello Society of America, is happy to announce its upcoming special issue devoted to Six Characters as World Literature (volume 33, which will be published in spring 2021). Celebrating the centenary of one of […]

  • CFP – Edited Volume on ‘D’Annunzio as World Literature: Multilingualism, Translation, Reception’

    CFP – Edited Volume on ‘D’Annunzio as World Literature: Multilingualism, Translation, Reception’

    ‘D’Annunzio as World Literature: Multilingualism, Translation, Reception’ Edited by Elisa Segnini and Michael Subialka   CALL FOR PAPERS In the last two decades, there has been a renewed interest in Decadent literature, and a reassessment of the Decadent movement in relation to a poetics of circulation and reception. Scholarship on Decadence has been especially productive in unveiling […]

  • CFP – D’Annunzio as World Literature at Glasgow (MLA Symposium, June 2021)

    CFP – D’Annunzio as World Literature at Glasgow (MLA Symposium, June 2021)

    We invite proposals for a panel at the Modern Language Colloquium in Glasgow (UK), which will be held on 17-19 June 2021, on the theme:   D’Annunzio as World Literature: Translation and Reception in the Wake of Decadence     As recent studies have demonstrated, translation was crucial for the development of the decadent movement, […]

  • CFP – D’Annunzio as World Literature at Toronto MLA (2021)

    CFP – D’Annunzio as World Literature at Toronto MLA (2021)

    D’Annunzio as World Literature: Translation and Reception in the Wake of Decadence   As recent studies have demonstrated, translation was crucial for the development of the decadent movement, which originated in France but soon found disciples across and beyond Europe. Among these was Gabriele d’Annunzio, a poet, modernist experimenter and political agitator whose larger-than-life persona […]

  • MLA 2021: “Breaking the Fourth Wall: Experimental Theatre from Six Characters to Today”

    MLA 2021: “Breaking the Fourth Wall: Experimental Theatre from Six Characters to Today”

    The Pirandello Society of America is excited to annouce the call for abstract submissions for our sponsored panel at the next MLA Convention, to be held in Toronto (January 2021).    Breaking the Fourth Wall: Experimental Theatre from Six Characters to Today   2021 MLA Convention, Toronto   In recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the first […]