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Calls for Papers (CFPs)

SAMLA welcomes broad participation in planning and chairing sessions for its next conference, SAMLA 92, taking place in Jacksonville, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront on November 13–15, 2020. 

For prospective Session Chairs, the first step in the process is to submit a Call for Papers (CFP) to encourage scholars to submit abstracts to the Session Chair for approval and, ultimately, inclusion in the conference program.

Chairs will need to decide on the type and format of the Session:


CFP Deadlines

Calls for Papers received by March 1, 2020 will be printed in the digital newsletter, SAMLA News, in addition to being posted on this page. CFPs submitted after March 1 will not be included in the newsletter but will be posted on this page. The final deadline to submit a CFP is June 1, 2020.


Existing / Approved CFPs

Scholars interested in presenting at SAMLA 92 should review the approved CFPs below and follow any submission instructions set by the individual Session Chair. 

You can jump to a specific subject by selecting a category from the list below, or you can hit Control-F or Command-F to enter a search term (Chair name, keyword, etc).


CFP Categories

African / African American Studies

American Studies

Asian / Asian American Studies

Caribbean Studies

Creative Writing

English Studies (UK & Ireland)

Film Studies

French Studies

Gender & Sexuality Studies

German Studies

Hispanic Studies

Interdisciplinary Studies

Italian Studies

Luso-Portuguese Studies

Other Languages & Literatures

Pedagogy

Rhetoric & Composition

Slavic Studies

 


African / African American Studies

 


American Studies

 


Asian / Asian American Studies

 


Caribbean Studies

 


Creative Writing

 


English Studies (UK & Ireland)

 


Film Studies

 


French Studies

 


Gender & Sexuality Studies

 


German Studies

 


Hispanic Studies

 


Interdisciplinary Studies

 


Italian Studies

 


Luso-Portuguese Studies

 


Other Languages & Literatures

 


Pedagogy

 


Rhetoric & Composition

 


Slavic Studies