PAMLA Activities and Deadlines

PAMLA 2019 CFP List Now Live

Are you looking forward to joining us in lovely San Diego, California in November for the 2019 PAMLA Conference? Then please take a look at our approved sessions to decide what session or sessions to propose an abstract to.

You may now View the 2019 PAMLA Conference Call for Papers List with over 165 approved sessions, and submit an abstract.

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’s New Membership & Conference Payment System is Now Live

PAMLA’s New Membership & Conference Payment System

We have been building a new system for membership and conference payments/registration, luncheon reservations, and donations to our Scholarship Funds. Thank you for your patience while we have been putting the finishing touches on it.

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PAMLA Conference and Registration Committee

PAMLA Special Session Proposal Extended Deadline: March 31

Did you miss the March 16th deadline for special session proposals for the 2019 PAMLA Conference? Well, you are in luck! We are excited to announce that PAMLA is extending the deadline for special session proposals for the November 14-17, 2019 Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference, in San Diego. Our new special session proposal deadline is now Sunday, March 31st.

Propose a Special Session for PAMLA 2019 Conference

We are excited to announce that PAMLA.org is in the process of migrating all of our conference materials and digital tools for organising sessions over to a brand spanking new site!

2019 Conference Theme: "Send in the Clowns"

PAMLA's 2019 Conference Theme: "Send in the Clowns"

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
2019 Conference: San Diego, California
Conference Theme: Send In the Clowns

2018 PAMLA Election Results

We wish to thank all of our fine nominees for agreeing to run for PAMLA office. And congratulations to the following new PAMLA Executive Committee members who were elected:

Jeremiah "Jem" Axelrod, PAMLA 2nd Vice President

Marta Albalá-Pelegrin, PAMLA Executive Committee

Brigitte Prutti, PAMLA Executive Committee

Emily "Emma" Butler-Probst, Graduate Student Representative

18 Unsolicited Pieces of Advice for Novice PAMLA Conference Attendees/Presenters

18 Unsolicited Pieces of Advice for Novice
PAMLA Conference Attendees/Presenters 

  1. Go to other folks’ sessions, and during the Q&A at the end, ask a real, thoughtful question or two (don’t make a speech disguised as a question). Doing so will be good for you, and good for the presenter and the entire session. Good listeners and thoughtful, polite questioners make a conference more successful.

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