In the interest of expanding conversation about animal-human hybridity before, in, and after the Renaissance, Performing Humanity invites submissions from the public. We are particularly seeking:
*Posts that critically or theoretically consider hybridity in the literature, art, law, and social practices of any historical period.
* Reviews of relevant books, exhibits, or movies.
Submission guidelines are available on the contents bar of the website. Questions or proposals should be sent to the editor.
The Graduate Student Advisory Board of BSU proudly presents Practical Criticism Midwest on Friday, February 8, 2013!
Be a part of the Department of English’s great tradition.
Come support your colleagues as they present their research in creative writing, linguistics, literature, and composition & rhetoric. Hear our keynote speaker, Dr. Vicki Anderson, and stay for the delicious wine and sassy doggerel contest with three guest judges who will not disappoint. PCM is located at the gorgeous Virginia Ball Center. This event gives you the chance to attend a first-rate conference, and then have a fireside chat with faculty and friends.
For more info and a schedule of events, visit the PCM website http://pcm2013.blogspot.com/p/pcm-conference-scedule.html