New Voices 2015 is just around the corner, and we have a great schedule of presentations for this year’s conference from start to end. To assist with participant preparations, we wanted to remind everyone about the details regarding registration.
Registration for the conference will be completed on-site beginning at 3PM on Thursday, February 5, and will run throughout the conference. The registration fees for this conference are as follows.
Georgia State Students: $25
Non-Georgia State Students: $30
Registration payments can be made using either cash or check. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the New Voices Planning Committee.
We look forward to seeing everyone next week!
New Voices is excited to announce that we have received several outstanding submissions for the 2015 New Voices Conference. To help make this year’s conference even better, we are excited to announce that we are extending the deadline for individual and panel submissions to January 15, 2015. For more information, check out our updated CFP. Proposals can be submitted via our online forms on our Forms page.
Additionally, we are also happy to announce that the registration deadline for two of our inaugural creative writing workshops, “Death and Poetry” and “Death and Fiction,” as well as the annual Creative Writing Reading Night has also been extended to January 15, 2015. For more information, please see our updated CFP. Please note that space for participating in these three events is limited; therefore, we do encourage you to register as soon as possible. Registration for these events can be completed by submitting your registration via the respective online forms on our Forms page.
New Voices is excited to announce that we are extending the deadline for paper and panel submission to December 10, 2014. By this deadline, please submit your 200-300 word paper proposals for the 2015 New Voices Conference via our online Proposal Submission form. You can also submit a panel proposal via our Panel Proposal form if you have a group of presenters and papers on a similar topic. For more information about the Conference and this year’s CFP, please see the Call for Papers page of our new website.
New Voices is excited to announce that we will be organizing a holiday cookbook as one of our Fall semester fundraisers. This cookbook will contain recipes from faculty, staff, and students from our represented departments of English, Modern and Classical Languages, and Communication. To help build the contents of this holiday cookbook, we are announcing a call for recipes.
Download the New Voices Holiday Cookbook: Call for Recipes flyer.
By November 21st, please submit your recipe and contact information either via our online submission form or in hard copy at the English Department front desk. We are currently accepting all varieties of recipes as submission; so, please send in your favorites!
If you have any questions or if you would like to pre-order a copy of this holiday cookbook, please feel free to contact the New Voices Planning Committee and check back often for more updates on this project.
We look forward to receiving your recipe submissions and making this event a successful fundraiser!
New Voices is excited to announce our call for papers for the 2015 New Voices Conference. Proposals are encouraged to incorporate aspects of this year’s conference theme, “The Rule of Threes: Death, Humor, and Repetition”; however, submissions involving a wide range of interests and concerns within the Humanities are also welcome. For more information, please see the Call for Papers section of our website.
In addition to announcing our CFP, we would also like to notify everyone that we are now accepting submissions for the 2015 New Voices Conference. To submit a proposal, please complete and submit the 2015 New Voices Proposal Submission form online. The form will ask for information related to your proposal such as your contact information as well as a 200-300 word abstract. This form and subsequent forms for the 2015 New Voices Conference can be found in the Forms section of our website. The deadline for submitting proposals is November 21, 2014.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the New Voices Planning Committee. We are happy to help and look forward to receiving your submissions!
New Voices would like to congratulate Andrea Rogers on the selection of her proposal for the 2015 New Voices Theme submission “The Rule of Threes: Death, Humor, and Repetition.” Please see below for a full description of the theme.
“The Rule of Threes: Death, Humor, and Repetition.”
“At the intersection of death and humor is a central rule: the rule of threes. This rule stipulates that if one person dies, two more will follow. Similarly, the rules of humor suggest that something must occur three times in order to be funny. This theme seeks to investigate the multiple intersections of humor and death and their relationships to the humanities by asking where humor and death intersect and how the concept of repetition plays a part in these relationships.”
We would like to thank everyone for their submissions for this proposal as well as your participation in the voting for this year’s theme. We received some great submissions for this call and had a great response for the voting. Thank you all for helping to make this upcoming New Voices Conference a great one!
Please check back in the coming months for updates regarding mentoring sessions and calls for papers related to this great theme. Also, be sure to sign up for our mailing list and follow us on Twitter and Facebook to stay up-to-date on the latest from New Voices.
New Voices is excited to announce the details regarding their upcoming Kickball Tournament!
- Who: members of the GSU community
- When: Sat., May 3rd, from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
- Where: Panthersville Athletic Complex
- How: Register with a department contact or during the week of April 21st. Registration is $5/player or $40/team (9-10 players).
We encourage you to make teams inside and outside of your departments of faculty, staff, and other GSU students for this event. We will also have snacks and drinks available for purchase during the games. This event is a fundraising event; therefore, all proceeds will go towards funding expenses related to our 2015 conference.
Individual & team registration will take place the week of April 21 on the 9th floor of Langdale Hall. We will also be happy to accept registrations in advance. For more information about individual department contacts and the event in general, please see the New Voices Kickball Fundraiser flyer.
If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please feel free to contact the New Voices Planning Committee.
We look forward to seeing you at this event!
Every year, New Voices centers its conference theme on one or more of Fountainhead’s V-Series Readers*. This year, we would like to invite you to propose your ideas regarding our next conference theme!
Help shape the 2015 New Voices conference by proposing and describing a conference theme involving death, humor, borders, any combination of two, or all three. This theme will determine our conference logo, fundraising events, mentoring sessions, and more, which makes it is a great chance to add a line to your CV and to receive recognition at the conference for your proposal.
Please submit the following information via the Call for Conference Proposals form. Your submission should include:
- A 300 word proposal
- A 2 sentence theme synopsis
- Your contact information
Theme proposals are due April 21, 2014.Themes will be voted on via survey monkey by April 28, 2014, and the winner will be notified by email.
Please direct all questions regarding this call to the New Voices Planning Committee via e-mail at gsu.newvoices @ gmail.com.
To download the flyer for this call, please select the Call for Conference Theme Proposals (PDF).
V-Series Selected for Conference Themes
Borders, by Isabel Baca
Death, by Rachelle M. Smith
Humor, V-series forthcoming
As mentioned in our last posting, we are opening up a Google Doc for all those who would like to contribute ideas to the Spring 2014 Fundraising meeting scheduled for this Friday (March 14) at 1:00 p.m. but are unable to attend. You may also post ideas if you are planning on coming to the meeting and would just like to have them written in the document before hand.
To access this document, please follow the link for the Spring 2014 Fundraising Ideas & Planning sheet. This link should bring you to a page that will prompt one of the New Voices staff to add you as a collaborator. You may also e-mail us to request access to this document, and we will be happy to add you as well. Once in the document, please fill out a row by providing your name, a brief explanation of your idea, a proposed date for the event, and any additional notes for consideration. Additionally, feel free to mark the last box in an idea’s row for which you would like to cast a vote. We look forward to discussing all of this input at Friday’s meeting.
Please be sure to check back here for more updates after the meeting, and don’t forget to sign up for our mailing list for more updates.
At our meeting this last Friday, the New Voices planning committee made several updates to the committee and the calendar that we would like to share.
First, we are happy to announce that the 2014-2015 New Voices planning committee has been assembled! Please see the home page for a listing of the current committee members. Also, if you would like to volunteer with New Voices during this planning year, please let us know via e-mail.
Additionally, we have decided to hold our first fundraising event for this planning year during the Spring 2014 semester. In light of this development, we will be holing a special meeting to discuss possible fundraising ideas. This meeting is not mandatory; however, we encourage anyone who is interested or has an idea regarding this upcoming event or future fundraising activities to join us for this meeting on March 14 at 1:00 p.m. Please see the Meeting Information page for details. For those of you who will be unable to join us, we will also be opening up a Google Doc so that you can add your ideas for consideration. Please check back here after the meeting for more information including a link to the document.
Lastly, we have updated the New Voices planning committee meetings with the next three meeting dates. These meeting dates were selected based on the meeting availability days and times that you all kindly shared with us via our meeting availability poll. Please see the Meeting Information page for details regarding the next meeting and the Calendar page for a schedule of upcoming meetings.
As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments that you may have regarding the planning committee activities or the conference. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you!