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38th APEAA Conference 2017

27 April, 2017 - 29 April, 2017

The University of Minho, through its Department of English and North-American Studies (DEINA), is pleased to announce the 38th Conference of the Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies, which will take place in Braga, between 27 and 29 April 2017. Following the format that was introduced in 2016, it is now opening its call for papers and panels in a range of subjects in Anglo-American studies.

We look forward to receiving paper and panel proposals in the academic areas which are currently part of Anglo-American Studies, including (but not restricted to): Literary Studies, Cultural Studies, Post-colonial Studies, Performance, Film and Theatre studies, Gender and Sexuality studies, Translation Studies, Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Language teaching and methodology, Multilingualism. Proposals for panels, put together around a common theme or research domain, are particularly welcome. We also welcome papers and panels on other Anglophone studies, such as Canadian, Irish, Scottish, etc.

If you are interested in any of the following thematic panels, we invite you to send your proposals mentioning the panel you would like to be included in:

“Outcasting in a digital world: Cultural and linguistic constructions of exclusion in Internet discourse” (coord. Isabel Ermida, UMinho, and Iolanda Ramos, UNova)

“Romanticism, 200 Years Later”: Debating the Romantics in the 21st Century (coord. Paula Guimarães)
“A labour of some kind of love”: The dynamics of translation in and between cultures (coord. Fernando F. Alves, Filomena Louro and Amélia Carvalho, UMinho)
Adapting the Classics: Film, TV and other screen adaptations (coord. Margarida Esteves Pereira)
Getting away with the unsaid: The pragmatics of allusion and implicature in newspaper and advertising discourse (coord. Isabel Ermida, UMinho, and Elsa Simões, UFP)
Henry D. Thoreau and Ecocriticism in 19th and 20th centuries (coord. Jaime Costa, UMinho and Carlos Azevedo, FLUP)
Hidden Irish Histories: Alternative or marginalized histories of women, protestants, gay and lesbian, tinkers, migrants. Celebration, denigration and erasure (coord. Filomena Louro, UMinho e Adriana Bebiano, FLUC)
Philanthropy in the Long Nineteenth Century (coord. Joanne Paisana, UMinho)
Queer crossings: transgressing boundaries of sexuality, gender and ethnicity (coord. Francesca Rayner, UMinho, and Ana Carvalho, UMinho)
Transnational Feminism, Gender and the Arts (coord. Ana Gabriela Macedo, UMinho)


27 April, 2017
29 April, 2017


Departamento de Estudos Ingleses e Norte-Americanos | Universidade do Minho


Universidade do Minho
Campus de Gualtar
Braga, Portugal
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