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Updated: 18 September 2018
15th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 15th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.
Next ALFAL Congress
The next ALFAL Congress will be held in La Paz, Bolivia in August 2020.
New Member: WALS Joins FILLM
The West African Linguistic Society (WALS) is the latest organization to become a member of FILLM.
FILLM 2018 Symposium: Photos
A selection of photos from FILLM's symposium in Vienna in July are now available.
CfP: ChLA 2019 Conference
The CfP for ChLA's next conference is now out. Theme: "Activism and Empathy".
Amendments to FILLM's Constitution
At FILLM's Committee meeting in Vienna earlier this week it was decided to make two amendments to FILLM's constitution.
14th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 14th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.
FILLM and the GDPR
Read to get information about where FILLM stands in relation the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
MLA International Symposium
The MLA will hold an international symposium in Lisbon, Portugal in July 2019. Theme: "Remembering Voices Lost".
ACLA Annual Conference 2019
ACLA's next annual conference will be held in Georgetown, US in March 2019.
CfP: ACLALS 2019 Conference
The CfP for ACLALS's next conference is now out. Theme: "The Uncommon Commonwealth".
New Member: the ACLA Joins FILLM
The American Comparativ Literature Association (ACLA) is the latest organisation to join the FILLM community.
FILLM Book Series: 9th Volume out in the Autumn 2018
The 9th volume in the FILLM Book Series is also set to be published in November 2018. The title is Where is Adaptation? Mapping Cultures, Texts, and Contexts. The volume is edited by Casie Hermansson and Janet Zepernick.
13th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 13th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.
CfP: 2019 IAUPE Conference
The Call for Papers for the next Triennial IAUPE Conference is now available.
Funding: ESSE Collaborative Project Workshop Scheme
ESSE Collaborative Project Workshop Scheme offers seed funding of up to 4,000 Euro to support a preliminary meeting of European researchers working towards a collaborative research project in the field of English Studies.
CfP: ESSE Journal
The ESSE journal, EJES, calls for submissions to three issues to be published in 2020.
2018 IADA Conference
The International Association for Dialogue Analysis (IADA) holds a conference in Taipai, Taiwan. Theme: "Dialogue and Becoming: Technologies, Agencies, and Ways of Relating".
MLA Annual Convention 2019
In 2019, the Annual MLA Convenion will be held in Chicago, US. Theme: "Textual Transactions".
Yearly Seminar of the Finnish Literary Research Society
The Finnish Literary Research Society (KTS) will be held at the University of Eastern Finland. Theme: "Literature and Literary Research's Place in a Changing World".
2018 Summer School at Groeningen University
School will take place from 17-22 June 2018. Theme: "Beyond Horizons: Transmitting and Writing New Identities of Minorities and Migrants in and Beyond Europe".
2018 IASS Conference
The 2018 IASS Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark. Theme: "Scandinavian Exceptionalisms".
2018 ChLA Conference
The 2018 ChLA Conference will be held in San Antonion, Texas, US. Theme: "Refreshing Waters/Turbulent Waters".
2019 ChLA Conference
The 2019 ChLA Conference will be held in June 2019 in Indianapolis, US.
FILLM Symposium in July 2018
FILLM organises a 1-day symposium on "The Contribution of Learned Societies to the Humanities: Past, Present, and Future." Event will be held at the University of Vienna, Austria.
The Children's Literature Association Joins FILLM!
We're very happy to announce that the Children's Literature Association (ChLA) has joined FILLM.
FILLM Book Series: 8th Volume Out Now!
The 8th volume in the FILLM Book Series has been published. The title is Narrative, Identity, and the City: Filipino Stories of Dislocation and Relocation. The volume has been edited by Raul P. Lejano, Alicia P. Lejano, Josefina D. Constantino, Aaron J.P. Almadro and Mikaella Evaristo (eds).