THE EIGHTH ANNUAL BRITISH GRADUATE SHAKESPEARE CONFERENCE
Begins June 15, 2006, Ends June 17, 2006
Stratford-upon-Avon, England – http://www.shakespeare.bham.ac.uk/britgrad2006
The Eighth Annual British Graduate Shakespeare Conference is a postgraduate forum run by students, for students, in which delegates from all over the world can present their research on Shakespeare and early modern drama in a friendly but academic environment. We welcome papers from all fields of research related to Shakespeare, the work of his contemporaries, conditions of the production and reception of Renaissance drama, performance and textual studies, and adaptations in theatre, film and music over the centuries. Our commitment to diversity and the exploration of a wide range of topics and approaches has been reflected in previous years by the attendance of delegates from all over the world, creating a compelling and refreshing research environment.
All graduate students are invited to give a paper at the conference, lasting approximately twenty minutes. Undergraduate students in their last two years of study are also invited and welcomed to the conference as auditors, and all delegates will have the opportunity to take advantage of the outstanding resources of Stratford-upon-Avon as a centre of Shakespearean research, including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, and the Shakespeare Institute Library.
Begins June 29, 2006, Ends June 30, 2006
Newport, England – http://artschool.newport.ac.uk
A one-day conference organised by and for postgraduate students. Its aim is to provide a forum for discussion of diverse aspects of representational practices as produced by photography and film (including digital manifestations). In hiding the conditions of its production, film and photography have been able to simultaneously produce ‘otherness’ and difference whilst also allowing for imaginative and subjective interventions into realist discourses. Whether as a vehicle for producing knowledge (however subjective or partial) or intervening in the production of reality, photography and film provide rich breeding grounds for discussions on the estrangement of the medium from itself and the medium from its subject.
The conference fee will be Â£20, including refreshments and lunch. Concessions available. Please contact the conference organisers as listed below. The day is expected to run from 09.30 to 17.30
SOCIETY FOR RENAISSANCE STUDIES CONFERENCE 2006
Begins July 6, 2006, Ends July 8, 2006
Edinburgh, Scotland – http://www2.sas.ac.uk/srs/
There are multiple threads on such themes as Prisca Sapientia, Rogues and Pirates, Renaissance Women, Shakespeare, Honour and Privilege, Locating the ‘Alcoran’ in Early Modern Britain, Utopias, Renaissance Art, Parental Responsibilities, Religion, Progresses and Shows, Law and Politics, Revaluations, Objects and Fragments.
INTERNATIONAL FASHION EXPO & CONFERENCE
Begins July 20, 2006, Ends July 23, 2006
New York, NY, USA – http://www.thefashionexpo.us
Models, designers, photographers and parents of child models/actors will participate in seminars, an industry-specific career fair, keynote luncheons and breakfasts, fashion shows, networking receptions and much more!
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON E-LEARNING
Begins June 22, 2006, Ends June 23, 2006
Montreal, Quebec – http://academic-conferences.org/icel/icel2006/icel06-home.htm
The conference provides a varied mix of participants and a unique focus: seldom do real-life applications benefit from current academic research in e-Learning related areas; and seldom do academic researchers have the opportunity to gain a firsthand understanding of real-life issues that are solved by e-Learning. At ICEL, an international group of academic, corporate, public sector, and educational communities will join together at one conference to exchange ideas and examples of best practice.
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Begins June 27, 2006, Ends June 30, 2006
San Diego, CA, USA – http://www.conferencehome.com
The conference will bring together researchers and practitioners from industry, academia and government to advance the state of the art in computer science, software engineering and technology and to encourage wider collaboration between academics and industry. The special theme of the conference is SOFTWARE ENGINEERING. Also a SPECIAL TRACK ON BIOINFORMATICS and BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING is planned. The conference includes keynote speeches presented by technology and industry leaders, technical sessions, professional development courses and seminars, as well as vendor exhibits. The ICCSA-2006 will feature contributed as well as invited papers concerned with theory, practice and applications.
ABORIGINALS AND THE CANADIAN MILITARY: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
Begins June 21, 2006, Ends June 22, 2006
Kingston, Ontario – http://www.cda-acd.forces.gc.ca/aborig_conference_autoch/default.asp
The Canadian Forces Leadership Institute is pleased to celebrate National Aboriginal Day 2006 by hosting the first conference on Aboriginal contributions to the Canadian military experience. The conference is open to all, and there is no conference fee. Additional Information.
PHILIP GARDINERS FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE CONFERENCE UK
July 1, 2006, Staffordshire, England – http://www.philipgardiner.net
Philip Gardiner, the author of the huge new book, The Serpent Grail and Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon’s Temple Revealed is arranging a major new international conference on 1st July 2006 in Stoke on Trent, England and the event is growing so large that it is set to be the biggest in the world. The goal of the event is to discuss the latest researches in the various fields and to promote truth without the constraints of bigotry. There is even a yahoo site set up for people to join in with discussions, which can be found at http://www.gardinerosborn.com/forbidden_conference.html.
With the launch of the major international book, The Serpent Grail, revealing the true identity of the Holy Grail, the Elixir of Life and the Philosopher’s Stone in September, and Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon’s Temple Revealed in November, and the publicity surrounding these, then FKCUK is sure to be a resounding success.
Contact: Philip Gardiner firstname.lastname@example.org; Mobile 07766537006; Fax 01773 764282
CONFLICT AND MOBILITY: BPS PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN SECTION ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Begins July 5, 2006, Ends July 7, 2006
Manchester, England – http://www.powconference.org.uk
The Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference provides a vibrant context for a consideration of issues relating to gender and psychology.
ADDING, UPDATING, & EXPANDING OPERATING ROOMS FOR THE FUTURE
Begins June 22, 2006, Ends June 23, 2006, Los Angeles, CA, USA – http://www.acius.net
Examine in this intimate setting all the future operating room developments including: computer technology, high-resolution imaging, IT networking, minimally invasive surgery, robotics, design, and construction. Featuring an on-site tour of UCLA Medical Center. Hear live case studies & presentations from reputable health systems about the latest advancements in OR suites.
WORLD BLACK EXPO
Begins June 23, 2006, Ends June 25, 2006
This year’s to-be-named line-up will again feature key Celebrities including Les Brown, Howard Hewitt Terrell Carter and many more Mainstream Artists, Authors and Speakers. World Black Expo’s mission is to escalate the wealth of new and dedicated African American Business owners internationally.
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