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The International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures (FILLM) is the official international body which represents the study of language and literature as research-based scholarly disciplines in universities and tertiary higher education institutions world-wide.

FILLM is part of the UNESCO pyramid of international associations which seek to represent intellectual and cultural endeavour on a global basis.


14.6.2019
18th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 18th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.

14.6.2019
IASS Publication: Transit - 'Norden' och 'Europa'
The International Association for Scandinavian Studies has published the proceedings from its 31st conference held in Groningen, Netherlands in 2016.

14.6.2019
Job: Professorship, Comparative Literature (Vienna, Austria)
Tenure-Track Professorship in the field of Comparative Literature with a focus on African Literature at the University of Vienna, Austria. Deadline for applications: 18 Septermber 2019.

31.5.2019
Update to Cfp for 28th FILLM Congress!
Please note that information regarding how to submit a proposal and register for the next FILLM Congress (Vienna, July 2020) has been updated.

23.5.2019
CfP: 28th FILLM Congress!
The Call for Papers for the next FILLM Congress in Vienna in July 2020 is now out! The theme of the Congress is "Linguistic, Literary and Cultural Diversity in a Global Perspective".

18.4.2019
17th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 17th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.

18.4.2019
CIPSH at 70
The International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CIPSH) turned 70 in January. Luiz Oosterbeek reflects on the state of the Council and the Humanities.

17.4.2019
2020 MLA Convention
In 2020, the Annual MLA Convenion will be held in Seattle, US. Theme: "Being Human".

16.4.2019
CfP: AULLA 2019 Conference
The Call for Papers is now out for the 2019 AULLA Conference. It will be held at the University of Wollongong, Australia from December 2019. Theme: Reception, Production, Exchange.

21.2.2019
CfP: 31st WALC Conference
The Call for Papers is now out for the 31st West African Languages Congress. The congress is organized by the West African Linguistic Society and will be held in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire between 11-15 August 2019.

21.2.2019
CfP: ESSE 15th Conference
The Call for Papers is now out for the15th Conference of the European Society for the Study of English. It will be held in Lyon, France from 31 August to 4 September 2020.

21.12.2018
16th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The 16th volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from FILLM, our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.

21.12.2019
KTS Yearly Seminar
The KTS will hold its next annual seminar in Oulu, Finland in May 2019. CfP out now!

21.12.2019
Next IADA Conference
The next IADA conference will be held in Wiconsin, US.


26-29.7.2020
28th FILLM Congress
The 28th FILLM Congress wil be held at University of Vienna, Austria. The tentative theme is "Linguistic, Literary and Cultural Diversity in a Global Perspective".
Call for Papers deadline: 31 December 2019



13-16.6.2019
ChLA Conference
The 2019 ChLA Conference will be held in Indianapolis, US. Theme: "Activism and Empathy".
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

15-19.7.2019

ACLALS Conference
The next ACLALS Conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

15-19.7.2019
MLA International Symposium
The MLA will hold an international symposium in Lisbon, Portugal in July 2019. Theme: "Remembering Voices Lost".
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

24-27.7.2019
IADA Conference
The next IADA conference will be held in Wiconsin, US.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

22-26.7.2019
Triennial IAUPE Conference
The next Triennial IAUPE Conference will be held at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.
Call for Papers deadline: passed

29.7-2.8.2019
AILC Conference
The next AILC Conference will be held in Macau, China.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

11-15.8.2019
31st WALC Conference
The 31st West African Languages Congress is organized by the West African Linguistic Society and will be held in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

9-11.12.2019
AULLA 2019 Conference
The 2019 AULLA Conference. It will be held at the University of Wollongong, Australia from December 2019. Theme: Reception, Production, Exchange.
Call for Papers deadline: 30 September 2019.

9-12.1.2020
2020 MLA Convention
In 2020, the Annual MLA Convenion will be held in Seattle, US. Theme: "Being Human".
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

10-14.8.2020
19th ALFAL Congress
The next ALFAL Congress will be held in La Paz, Bolivia in August 2020.
Call for Papers deadline: 24 November 2019.

31.8-4.9.2020
ESSE 15th Conference
The 15th Conference of the European Society for the Study of English will be in Lyon, France from 31 August to 4 September 2020.
Call for Papers deadline: passed.

2023
29th FILLM Congress
The venue for the 29th Congress of FILLM will be announced in due course.
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PUBLICATIONS

Where Is Adaptation?
Where Is Adaptation? Mapping Cultures, Texts, and Contexts.
(2018)

Narrative, Identity, and the City: Filipino Stories of Dislocation and Relocation
Narrative, Identity, and the City: Filipino Stories of Dislocation and Relocation.
(2018)

The Idea of a Text and the Nature of Textual Meaning
The Idea of a Text and the Nature of Textual Meaning.
(2017)

Shakespearean Perspectives. Essays on Poetic Negotiation
Shakespearean Perspectives. Essays on Poetic Negotiation.
(2017)


Worldmaking. Literature, Language, Culture.
Worldmaking. Literature, Language, Culture.
(2017)

Experimentalism as Reciprocal Communication in Contemporary American Poetry
Experimentalism as Reciprocal Communication in Contemporary American Poetry.
(2016)


Deep Locational Criticism
Deep Locational Criticism. Imaginative Place in Research and Teaching.
(2016)


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