The CLCS Global Arab and Arab American forum is interested in works of the Arab diaspora, including the cultural production of Arab American and global Arab writers. The category “Global Arab” allows for a broad conceptualization of diasporic and multilingual work situated within the various national, ethnic, religious, and cultural contexts of the Arab world and the Middle East. The designation “Arab American” is linked to the category “Global Arab” yet deserves special attention as a distinct subfield within American literature that engages with the discourses of race and ethnicity in the United States as well as with the history of Arab and Middle Eastern migrations to the Americas.

MLA 2023 CFP Adapting Digital Resources for Global and Comparative Studies

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    Thomas Oliver Beebee

    The Association of Departments and Programs of Comparative Literature invites submissions for its guaranteed MLA 2023 session: “Adapting Digital Resources for Global and Comparative Studies”

    The COVID-19 pandemic forced professors to rely on technology to teach online.  This session aims to share innovative methodologies used for teaching graduate seminars, Comparative Literature, undergraduate courses in World Literature, and other courses in global and diasporic literatures and culltures. How can technology improve our pedagogical practices?

    Abstracts of 100 words and brief biosketch to Adelaide Russo by 25 March.

    This topic was also posted in: CLCS 18th-Century, CLCS 20th- and 21st-Century.
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