The American Comparative Literature Association’s 2014 Annual Meeting will take place at New York University in New York City March 20-23, 2014.
Our theme for 2014 is "CAPITALS"
At once domesticated and uncanny, world-mapping and world-changing, ubiquitous and invisible, GPS technology resonates broadly both as an exemplary metonym of contemporary technology and as a metaphor.
Conference presenters are invited to extend the metaphor widely in space and time and to non-technological realms. In particular, we are interested Read more...
The ACLA’s annual conferences have a distinctive structure in which most papers are grouped into twelve-person seminars that meet two hours per day for the three days of the conference to foster extended discussion. Some eight-person (or smaller) seminars meet just the first two days of the conference. This structure allows each participant to be a full member of one seminar, and to sample other seminars during the remaining time blocks. Previous conference programs that show this pattern are available at the ACLA website. The conference also includes plenary sessions, workshops and roundtable discussions, a business meeting, a banquet, and other events.
If you are unable to attend, please notify us at email@example.com, and also please notify your seminar leader if you are a presenter. No refunds after March 1, 2014.