Update: Several sessions have extended their deadlines until May 4, 2010.  It’s not too late to get your proposal in!  See below for a list of open sessions.

Deadline: extended to May 4, 2010 (selected sessions only–see below)

Our 108th annual conference will take place on November 13 and 14, 2010, at the lovely Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. It will feature over 100 sessions on topics relating to language, literature, and cultural studies.  Paper proposals must be submitted online at the conference website.  Use the links below for additional information.


The following panels are extending their deadlines to May 4th:

  • American Detective
  • Ancient-Modern Relations
  • Asian Literature
  • Chaucer and Related Topics
  • Classics (Latin)
  • English Literature (to 1700)
  • Ethics of Racial Identity
  • Film Studies
  • French Gastronomy and Cultural Identity
  • From Ideal City to Cyberspace: Architecture and Urban Space in Utopian/Dystopian Literature and Film
  • Images of Islands in German Literature and Film
  • Interdisciplinary Conventions: Literature and Philosophy
  • Invasion! Images of America’s Attack, Occupation, and Downfall in Literature, Film, and Popular Culture
  • Latina/o Literature and Culture
  • Literature and the Other Arts
  • Literature, Philosophy, and Silence
  • Music is Voice
  • Nation and the Mother Tongue(s)
  • Paradise and Its Discontents: 19th and early 20th century European and American Representations of Polynesian and Melanesian Culture and Society
  • Radicalism(s) Reloaded
  • Role of French Radio and Television in High and Low Culture
  • Romance & Colonial Conflicts in Literature by Women
  • Scandinavian Literature
  • The Sea Inside: Representations of “el mar” in Spain 1400-2010
  • Social Media and Literary Analysis
  • Teaching with the Internet and Technology
  • Transgendered Oceania and Asia
  • Women in Literature
  • Women’s Narratives and History