PAMLA Activities and Deadlines

CFP: Essays for Special PCP Issue on "Ways of Seeing"

Call for Contributions to a Special Issue of Pacific Coast Philology

Editor: Andrea Gogröf (Western Washington University)

Theme: Ways of Seeing: Visuality, Visibility, and Vision

PAMLA 2018 Membership/Conference Registration

Welcome to the 2018 PAMLA Year! We hope that you will consider joining or rejoining PAMLA for 2018 (should you do so, your membership will expire on December 31, 2018, no matter when in 2018 you join). Membership in PAMLA will entitle you to two issues of our terrific scholarly journal, Pacific Coast Philology, as well as the ability to attend, present at, or chair a session at the annual conference.

Please Join Us: PAMLA Conference Luncheons & Addresses

2018 PAMLA Conference Luncheons and Addresses

Please join us for one or both of our PAMLA Luncheons. They do cost a bit extra, but are some of the most memorable and useful events at the conference. You can join us for a lovely luncheon and the Friday Presidential Address and/or Saturday Plenary Address by making your reservation here: https://www.pamla.org/2018/registration-info

Pacific Coast Philology, PAMLA's Journal: Call for Essay Proposals

Call for Article Proposals

PAMLA's respected journal, published by Penn State University Presss, Pacific Coast Philology, publishes peer-reviewed essays of interest to scholars in the classical and modern languages, literatures, and cultures. Essays may be submitted any time throughout the year, but are in particular desired this fall. Please consider proposing an essay to Pacific Coast Philology.

PAMLA German Studies Grant

Students presenting at this year's PAMLA Conference on a topic in the field of German Studies have a new funding opportunity. Please encourage them to apply for the PAMLA German Studies Grant on the PAMLA website.

Applications are due on September 10th, 2018.

As a reminder:

PAMLA German Studies Grant for Graduate Students

The PAMLA German Studies Grant honors the memories of a number of Germanists who had been active in PAMLA, including Gunter H. Hertling, Wolfgang Nehring, Jens Rieckmann, Thomas Saine, Hans Wagener, and others.

Sudden Death, First-Come, First-Served Extended Deadline Paper Proposal Period for 2018 PAMLA Conference

  • Did you miss the initial PAMLA paper proposal deadline?
  • Did you get brain-lock and neglect to propose a paper for PAMLA 2018?
  • Are you a tad blue, perhaps even a deep blue-purple-despondent, as a result?

Well, do we have GOOD news for you! We have now entered the "Sudden Death, First Come, First Served Extended Deadline Period" (SDFCFSEDP to connoisseurs of unmanageable acronyms).

PAMLA 2018 Conference CFP and Online Submission System

Please join us for the 2018 PAMLA Conference, to be held over the November 9-11 weekend, at lovely Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. With over 125 approved sessions, please join us for this scholarly conference devoted to the advancement and sharing of knowledge of ancient and modern languages, literatures, media, and cultures. To propose a paper or for more information about the various sessions: https://pamla.org/2018

Paper proposals are due by May 30 (via PAMLA’s online proposal system).

PAMLA Welcomes International Scholars

PAMLA is proud to have so many scholars from outside the United States as members. Many of our long-time members teach abroad. Many more teach in the U.S. but were born abroad.
 

Pacific Coast Philology Journal Book Reviews

Pacific Coast Philology, the scholarly journal of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA), invites members of PAMLA who have published books in 2016, 2017, or books that will be published in 2018, to bring their publications to the book review editor's attention. Please send information about your new books to the PCP book review editor, Lina Geriguis: geriguis@chapman.edu .

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