Posts Categorized: Member Resources and Links

Support the NEH and Other Federal Programs

In September the House Appropriations Committee will consider significant cuts to the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other programs valued by MLA members. As Congress continues to shape the federal budget for fiscal year 2014, we encourage you to monitor the funding of humanities programs and institutions at the National… Read more »

Suggesting Nominees for the 2014 Division and Discussion Group Elections

When the executive committees of the MLA’s divisions and discussion groups meet during the January 2014 convention in Chicago, they will take up the matter of nominations for the executive committee elections that will be held in fall 2014. Though the executive committees are responsible for making nominations, they are required to nominate at least… Read more »

Competing for 2013 Publication Prize in Italian Literary Studies

The MLA Committee on Honors and Awards invites authors to compete for the association’s Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Publication Award for a Manuscript in Italian Literary Studies. The prize, which has a 1 August deadline, is open to manuscripts that have been accepted for publication by not-for-profit presses that are members of the Association of… Read more »

Edition of Sarah Robinson Scott Letters Receives CSE Seal

On 3 June 2013, the Committee on Scholarly Editions (CSE) awarded the CSE seal to The Letters of Sarah Scott, edited by Nicole Pohl, to be published by Pickering and Chatto. The CSE serves as a clearinghouse for information about scholarly editing and editorial projects, offers advice and consultation to editors on request, honors excellence in editing by awarding… Read more »

Last Call for the 2013 ADE and ADFL Summer Seminars

In the next few days hotel reservations will close for the 2013 ADE Summer Seminar, 27–30 June, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Although the cutoff dates for guaranteed hotel reservations have passed for the joint ADE-ADFL seminar, 6–9 June, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and for the ADFL Summer Seminar, 18–21 June, in Houston, Texas, hotels for those seminars will try to… Read more »

Create a Blog on MLA Commons

Over seventy sites have been created on MLA Commons, from informal blogs to open-access publications using CommentPress to the new site from the MLA International Bibliography. If you’d like to start a blog on the Commons, you’ll find posts on creating a site, using CommentPress, and much more in the Welcome Group. We will be featuring… Read more »

Contribute to a New MLA Volume

Are you interested in contributing to an MLA volume? You are invited to submit essay proposals for the Options for Teaching volume Teaching Latino/a Literature, edited by Frederick Luis Aldama, and to answer a survey and submit essay proposals for Approaches to Teaching Hugo’s Les Misérables, edited by Michal P. Ginsburg and Bradley Stephens. Essay… Read more »

CSE Seal Awarded to Peirce Edition

On 14 February 2013, the Committee on Scholarly Editions (CSE) awarded the CSE seal to Writings of Charles S. Peirce: A Chronological Edition, volume 9: 1892–1893, edited by André De Tienne, Jonathan Eller, and April Witt, to be published by Indiana University Press. The CSE serves as a clearinghouse for information about scholarly editing and editorial… Read more »

ACLS Fellowships

Recent PhD recipients who are interested in careers in government and the nonprofit sector are encouraged to apply for the Public Fellows program of the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). The program, which will place twenty fellows in staff positions at partnering organizations for two years, has an application deadline of 27 March 2013…. Read more »