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Canadian Review of American Studies Revuecanadienned'etudesamericaines Announcements 157 Genealogies, Miscegenations, Missed Generations. Travelling exhibition and illustrated critical anthology about racial and sexual indeterminacy, fall 1999. Send slides, abstracts, resume or CV and SASE to Erin Valentino, Department of Art and Art History, University of Connecticut, 875 Coventry Road U-99, Storrs, CT, USA 06269; Tel: (860) 486-3930; fax (860) 4863869 ; evalentino@ finearts.sfa. uconn.edu Crossing Borders/Crossing Centuries. Joint Annual Meeting of the ASACAAS , Montreal, Quebec, 28-31 October, 1999. The ASAAnnual Meeting is open to anyone having an interdisciplinary interest in the study of American cultures. The theme of the meeting is "Crossing Borders/Crossing Centuries." In choosing this theme, the Program Committee celebrates the fact that the American Studies Association is crossing United States national borders to hold its annual meeting in Montreal and meets for the fourth time in conjunction with the Canadian Association for American Studies. We also celebrate the tradition that has always distinguished American Studies scholarship: its willingness to cross disciplinary borders and to venture outside conventional definitions of scholarly practice. We note that the end of a century invites retrospective thinking as we cross a temporal border. Finally , this title suggests our desire to encourage comparatist thinking of every sort: cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural, cross-national, cross-temporal. We challenge participants to reflect on the significance of American Studies scholarly traditions and to project the directions our work, collectively and individually, will take in the next century. Since border crossing also implies responsibility to those whose borders we have crossed, we hope that this meeting will advance the discussion of the past few years about the public dimension of our scholarship, from engagement in local and national issues to cooperation with colleagues teaching in secondary schools. And we hope that the meeting will afford an oppor- 158 Canadian Review of American Studies RevueCtmadtenne d'etudes americaines tunity to cross generational borders within the academy, bringing senior scholars into dialogue with younger colleagues working in newer fields. For more information, please write to the 1999 ASA-CAASProgram Committee c/o American Studies Association 1120 19th Street, NW, Suite 301 Washington, DC 2003 6 Phone: (202) 467-4783 Fees and Funding Participant Registration Fee (postmarked on or before June 30, ASAMember/International Affiliate $60.00 ASAMember/International AffiliateIncome under $15,000 ASAStudent-Member Non-Member Non-Member-Income under $15,000/year Non-Member-Stu dent $40.00 $20.00 $80.00 $60.00 $30.00 1999): All participants are responsible for obtaining the funding they need to attend the Annual Meeting. Neither the ASA nor the Program Committee can underwrite travel funds, honoraria, per diem, or other subsidies for any participant, including international scholars, non-academic participants, and specially invited speakers; breakfasts, luncheons, dinners, cocktail parties, receptions, and the like for participants and others; professional or individual video tape recording of sessions or events. The Pennsylvania History Association invites submissions for its annual conference, to be held November 4-6, 1999, at the Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center in downtown Pittsburgh. Individual papers, complete sessions, films, and other types of presentations should address the conference theme, "At the Confluence." Pittsburgh has often been described as being located "at the confluence" of the Allegheny, Monongahela , and Ohio Rivers, but Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic region can Canadian Review of American Studies Revue canaaienne d'etudes americaines 159 also be understood as sitting "at the confluence" of many different geographical , chronological, social, political, economic, and cultural developments and forces. Submissions that adopt interdisciplinary approaches or address pedagogical issues are especially welcome, but all topics will be considered. Please send six copies of a one-page paper abstract and a short vita to David Hsiung, PHA Program committee, History Department, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA, 16652, or via e-mail to hsiung@juniata.edu. Deadline is 15January 1999. The Department of English and Philosophy at Arkansas State University Uonesboro) will hold a fifth interdisciplinary Delta studies conference on April 15-17, 1999. Delta Studies Symposium V: LifeandArtinthe 1930s will focus on a critical decade in the development of the seven-state Mississippi River Delta region-a time when the music of Charlie Patton...

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ISSN
1710-114X
Print ISSN
0007-7720
Pages
pp. 157-162
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Open Access
No
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