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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.
NB. Wrong Email in CfP for 27th FILLM Congress
Please be aware that Call for Papers for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India has contained a wrong email address for submitting proposals.
7th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The seventh volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out with news from our Member Associations, Call for Papers and lots more.
FILLM Book Series: 4th Volume to be Published this Autumn
The 4th volume in the FILLM Book Series set to be published in October 2016. The title is Experimentalism as Reciprocal Communication in Contemporary American Poetry. John Ashbury. Lyn Hejinian. Ron Silliman. The book is by Dr Elina Siltanen, University of Turku, Finland.
GRS Forum on National Communication Studies
The Global Rhetoric Society is organizing a forum on the "Theoretical Construction of National Communiation Studies" with its sub-society The Society for National Communication Studies in July 2016.
CfP: Extended Deadline for the AULLA 2016 Conference
The deadline for submitting papers to the 2016 AULLA Conference, "Love and the Word", has been extended till 1 July 2016.
CfP: 18th ALFAL Congress
The Call for Papers for the 18th ALFAL Congress in Bogotá, Colombia in July 2017 is now out.
6th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The sixth volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out.
CfP: 27th FILLM Congress
The Call for Papers for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India from 15-17 March 2017 is now out! The Congress theme is "The Familiar and the Exotic in Language and Literature: The Politics of Perception and Representation".
27th FILLM Congress Webpages Online
The webpages for the 27th FILLM Congress in New Delhi, India in March 2017 are now online. There you can find the call for papers and all other relevant information.
FILLM Podcast: Prof. Anvita Abbi
In FILLM's second podcast, Professor Abbi talks about "Vanishing Voices: What Happens When Langauge Dies".
FILLM on Twitter
FILLM now also has its own Twitter account: follow us at @fillm1928 to get all our latest news.
FILLM Book Series: 3rd Volume Soon to be Published
The third volume in the FILLM Book Series and the first monograph is set to be published in March 2016. The title is Deep Locational Criticism. Imaginative Place in Research and Teaching and it is written by Dr Jason Finch, Åbo Akademi University, Finland.
5th Volume of The FILLM Newsletter
The fifth volume of The FILLM Newsletter is now out.
ESSE Joins FILLM!
FILLM is very pleased to announce that the European Society for English Studies has become a member for the federation.
27th FILLM Congress
The 27th FILLM International Congress is hosted by Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, India. The Call for Papers is now out as is more information about the Congress.
Call for Papers Deadline: 31 August 2016.
ACLALS 2016: "Ideas of Postcolonial Culture: Inclusions and Exclusions"
The 17th Triennial Conference of ACLALS will be held in Stellenbosch, South Africa in July 2016. The theme is "Ideas of Postcolonial Culture: Inclusions and Exclusion".
Call for Papers deadline: 30 September 2015.
AILC/ICLA 2016: "The Many Languages of Comparative Literature"
The 21st Congress of AILC/ICLA will be held at the University of Vienna (Austria) in 2016. The theme is "The Many Languages of Comparative Literature".
Call for Papers deadlines: 30 April 2015 & 31 August 2015.
IAUPE Triennial Conference 2016
The next triennial conference of IAUPE will be held in July 2016 at the University of London.
Call for Papers deadline: 31 August 2015.
IASS 2016: "Transit Norden och Europa"
The 31st Conference of the IASS will be held at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) in 2016. The theme is "Transit Norden och Europa".
Call for Papers deadline: 15 January 2016.
ESSE 2016 Conference
The 13th Biannual Conference of the European Society for the Study of English will be held in Galway, Ireland.
Call for Papers deadline: 28 February 2016.
GRS 2016 Conference
The First Biennial Conference of the Global Discourse Society & The International Academic Symposium" will be held in Hubei, China. The Conference theme is "Construction of Global Discourse System".
Call for Papers deadline: 30 December 2015.
AULLA 2016: "Love and the Word"
AULLA's next conference will be held in December 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. The theme is "Love and the Word".
Call for Papers deadline: 1 July 2016.
Next General Meeting of FILLM Committee
The next General Meeting of the FILLM Committee will be held at the University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.
ALFAL 2017: 18th Congress
The 18th Congress of ALFAL will take place in Bogotá, Colombia in July 2017.
Call for Papers deadline: 24 November 2016.
CIPSH: World Humanities Conference
CIPSH will co-organize "The World Humanities Conference" in Liège, Belgium in August 2017.
Call for Papers to be issued later
28th FILLM Congress
University of Vienna, Austria
Call for Papers to be issued in due time
29th FILLM Congress
FILLM is now looking for a venue to host its 29th Congress in 2023.
Experimentalism as Reciprocal Communication in Contemporary American Poetry.
Deep Locational Criticism. Imaginative Place in Research and Teaching.
Literature in Contemporary Media. Technology. Subjectivity. Aesthetics.
Major Versus Minor? Languages and Literatures in a Globalized World
Re-imagining Language and Literature for the 21st Century (2005)
Littératures d'émergence et mondialisation: théorie, société et politique
Special FILLM Issue of CIPSH's Journal 'Diogenes'
"The Pleasures of Literary Communication"
By Roger D. Sell
"Roger D. Sell Discusses the Reissue of Literary Pragmatics"
By Roger D. Sell
"The AI Paradox: Making Speaking a Language More Difficult Than It Really Is"
By Sebastian Feller