CAALS CFPs for ALA 2017

This year’s American Literature Association conference is back in Boston. Below are the four 2017 CFPs for the Circle for Asian American Literary Studies (CAALS). Please keep in mind that if your proposal is accepted, you will need to become a member of CAALS in order to present, in addition to joining ALA and registering for the conference. […]

CAALS schedule for ALA 2016

Please join us in San Francisco for the following CAALS panel and business meeting. The meeting is an opportunity to meet fellow scholars in a collegial environment and discuss possible panels for next year, and to get involved in CAALS leadership! Thursday, May 26, 2016, 1:30–2:50pm Session 4-A – Asian American Literary Studies: 34 Years […]

CFPs for ALA 2016!

This year’s ALA meeting will be held in San Francisco. Please see their webpage for general conference information. Below are the CFPs for the Circle for Asian American Literary Studies. This post will be updated as needed. Please remember that if your paper is accepted, you will need to register as a member of CAALS […]

Panels for ALA 2015, Boston

We’ve got a full slate of panels this year! Please come join us for some excellent scholarship and dialogue. (From the final program. View more conference information at the American Literature Association Annual Conference website.) American Literature Association 26th Annual Conference May 21-24, 2015 The Westin Copley Place 10 Huntington Avenue Boston MA 02116-5798 Friday, […]

Panels for ALA 2014, Washington, DC

Here are the CAALS panels and business meeting for the upcoming ALA 2014 conference. We look forward to seeing you! Circle for Asian American Literary Studies 2014 ALA Panels Roundtable: New Directions in Asian American Literary Pedagogy (Session 6-G) Thursday, May 22, 2014 4:30 – 5:50 pm Organized by the Circle for Asian American Literary […]

Announcing the inaugural CAALS Essay Prize

CAALS ESSAY PRIZE Due Date: May 9, 2014 Starting this year, CAALS will be launching an annual book prize for the best paper on Asian American literary studies written by a graduate student/doctoral candidate (or, should the occasion arise, an undergraduate student) and presented at any ALA panel. Papers must be submitted electronically by May […]