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The International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures (FILLM) is the official international body which represents the study of language and literature as research-based scholarly disciplines in universities and tertiary higher education institutions world-wide.

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22.12.2021
24th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 24th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more. Please do share far and wide!

22.12.2021
Minutes from FILLM Committee Meeting, July 2021
The minutes from the meeting of the FILLM Committee back in July is now available. The meeting was held in conjunction with FILLM's 28th International Congress held online and hosted by the University of Vienna.

20.8.2021
New Book in FILLM's Book Series!
Words, Books, Images, and the Long Eighteenth Century is a collection of essays published for Allen Reddick. It is edited by Antoinina Bevan Zlatar, Mark Ittensohn, Enit Karafili Steiner and Olga Timofeeva.

24.7.2021
CfP: 28th FILLM Congress Publication
Following the 28th FILLM Congress, the organizers are looking to publish a selection of papers presented at the event. Please check the CfP for further details.

7.7.2021
FILLM Book Series: Change of Editor
After 9 years in charge, Roger D. Sell decided to step down as Editor of FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures. New Editor is Haun Saussy.

7.7.2021
23rd Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 23rd volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more. Please do share far and wide!

7.7.2021
CfP: ALUS 3rd Interntional Conference
ALUS will hold its next conference at the University of Californai, Santa Barbara. Theme: "Cities Under Stress: Urban Discourses of Crisis, Resiliance, Resistance, and Renewal". Deadline for submissions: 1 August 2021.

7.7.2021
3rd Issue of HAS published
The 3rd issue of the magazine HAS has been published. Theme: "Truth and Belief".

27.4.2021
22nd Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 22nd volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more. Please do share far and wide!

27.4.2021
IAWIS/AERTI Joins FILLM!
FILLM are very pleased to announce that the Internation Association for Word and Image Studies (IAWIS/AERTI) has joined the federation.

27.4.2021
CfP for HAS
The magazine HAS is looking for contributions on the theme "Engagement and Contemplation: Two Elements Inherent of Care". Deadline for submissions 8 July 2021.

10.2.2021
New Volume Published in the FILLM Books Series
Edited volume entitled Exporing NORDIC COOL in Literary History. Edited by Gunilla Hermansson and Jens Lohfert Jørgensen.

10.2.2021
New Volume Published in the FILLM Books Series
Literary Communication as Dialogue. Responsibilities and Pleasures in Post-Postmodern Times. Selected Papers 2003-2020. By former FILLM President Roger D. Sell.

12.1.2021
The OIR Joins FILLM!
FILLM are very pleased to announce the Iberio-American Organisation of Rhetoric (OIR) has joined the federation.

22.12.2020
Deadline for CfP for 28th FILLM Congress
Please note that the deadline for the next FILLM Congress is 31 December 2020. The Congress will be held in Vienna, Austria.

21.12.2020
Changes to the FILLM Committee
At its latest meeting, the FILLM Committee elected its Treasurer for the period 2020-2023 and a new Assistant Secretary-General.

28.10.2020
CfP: "Texts and Their Limits"
Australia's Triennial Literary Studies Convention will be held online from 20-24 July 2021. The first CfP is now out.

28.10.2020
FILLM Constitutional Amendment
On 26 October 2020, an amendment to the FILLM Constitution came into effect. Read more here.

14.8.2020
New FILLM Committee (2020-2023)
On 26 June 2020, a new FILLM Committee was elected. The Committee will sit for the next three years.

15.6.2020
21st Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 21st volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.

2023
29th FILLM Congress
The 29th FILLM Congress will be held in Accra, Ghana in 2023. More information to follow in due course. 



6-9.1.2022
MLA Annual Convention
The MLA's 2022 Annual Convention will be held in Washington DC. Presidential theme: "Mulitlingual US".
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

17-19.2.2022
ALUS 3rd International Conference
ALUS organizes its 3rd International Conference on the theme "Cities Under Stress: Urban Discourses of Crisis, Resilience, Resistance, and Renewal" Place: University of California, Santa Barbara.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

1-4.6.2022
ChLA 2022 Annual Conference
In 2022, the Annual Conference of ChLA will take place in Atlanta, Georgia. Theme: "City in a Forest.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

13-16.6.2022
AULLA 2022 Annual Conference
In 2022, AULLA hosts a conference on the theme "Secrets, Subterfuge, and Silence".
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

15-18.6.2022
ACLA Annual Meeting 2022
In 2022, the Annual Meeting of the ACLA will be held in virtually.
Call for Papers deadline: 15 January 2022.

11-15.7.2022
ACLALS Triennial Conference
In 2022, the ACLALS Trienneial Conference will be held in Toronto, Canada. Theme: "The Ruptured Commons"
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

11-15.7.2022
IADA 2022 Conference
In 2022, IADA will hold a conference in Moscow, Russia. Theme: "Dialogue in a Globalized World: Retrospective and Prospective Studies".
Call for Papers deadline:
31 January 2022 (panels, sessions), 1 March 2022 (individual, short), 15 March 2022 (individual, extended)

24-29.7.2022
AILC Triennial Congress
The AILC's next triennial congress will take place in Tblisi, Georgia in July 2022. Theme: Re-Imagining Literatures of the World: Global and Local, Mainstream and Margins".
Call for Papers deadline: 31 December 2021 (individual)

29.8-2.9.2022
ESSE 16th Conference
The 16th ESSE Conference will be in Mainz, Germany.
Call for Papers deadline: 31 January 2022 (individual)

18-22.7.2022 -> July 2023
IAUPE 2022 Conference
IAUPE's next triennial conference will be in Sydney, Australia. It was initially set to take place between 18-22 July 2022, but has now been moved to July 2023.
Call for Papers deadline: N/A

2023
IASS 34th Conference
IASS will hold its 34th conference in Tromsø, Norway in 2023. More details to follow. 
Call for Papers deadline: N/A

2023
ISOLA 2023 Conference
ISOLA will hold its next conference in Paris, France in 2023. More details to follow. 
Call for Papers deadline: N/A
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ARCSAAULLA
ChLAThe European Society for the Study of English
The Global Rhetoric Society
The Iberio-American Organisation of Rhetoric
IADA
IASS
IAUPE
IAWIS/AERTI
ISOLA
The Finnish Literary Research Society (KTS)
The Modern Language Association
West African Linguistic Society (WALS)
PUBLICATIONS

Words, Books, Images, and the Long Eighteenth Century
Words, Books, Images, and the Long Eighteenth Century
(2021)


Exploring NORDIC COOL in Literary History
Exploring NORDIC COOL in Literary History.
(2020)


Literary Communication as Dialogue. Responsibilities and Pleasures in Post-Postmodern Times. Selected Papers 2003-2020.
Literary Communication as Dialogue. Responsibilities and Pleasures in Post-Postmodern Times. Selected Papers 2003-2020.
(2020)


The Cinematic Novel and Postmodern Pop Fiction
The Cinematic Novel and Postmodern Pop Fiction. The Case of Manuel Puig.
(2019)


Representing the Exotic and the Familiar
Representing the Exotic and the Familiar: Politics and Perception in Literature.
(2019)


Renaissance Man
Renaissance Man. Essays on Literature and Culture for Anthony W. Johnson.
(2019)


Humanizing Literary Pragmatics
A Humanizing Literary Pragmatics.Theory, Criticism, Education. Selected Papers 1985-2002.
(2019)


Where Is Adaptation?
Where Is Adaptation? Mapping Cultures, Texts, and Contexts.
(2018)


Narrative, Identity, and the City: Filipino Stories of Dislocation and Relocation
Narrative, Identity, and the City: Filipino Stories of Dislocation and Relocation.
(2018)






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