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For more than 40 years CEA-CC, based primarily in Puerto Rico, has promoted study and research on themes related to literature and cultural studies. CEA-CC conferenced bring together academics from the Caribbean and throughout the world and provide a forum discussion of topics of interest and relevant to its members and to the region.
The Florida College English Association is a dynamic and inclusive community of scholars, educators, and humanities enthusiasts dedicated to the exploration and celebration of language and culture. FCEA offers a vibrant platform for intellectual exchange and collaboration. The FCEA supports the literary journal Orange Blossom Review and publishes the Florida Scholarly Review.
The CEA is expanding to welcome a new regional affiliate in the Middle South, including Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas. We seek to increase collaboration among English scholars throughout the region and to build a vibrant new community.
ICEA is a professional organization equally dedicated to scholarship and teaching. ICEA welcomes faculty, students, independent scholars and creative writers who are interested in contributing to scholarship, teaching, and literary culture.
The Michigan College English Association encourages the humane as well as the immediate practical study of language and literature and is committed to maintaining and developing the functions of English studies as a major element in American higher education.
The College English Association, Mid-Atlantic Group is an association of teachers and scholars of English and related disciplines in the humanities whose mission is to promote professional growth through dialogue on literature, language, culture, technology, rhetoric, and composition.
The New Jersey CEA is an organization of college Enlgish instructors and graduate students. NJCEA is committed to antiracist and antibiased teaching and research. and to listen to historically marginalized voices.
CEAO is a only statewide professional organization for college-level English departments. It addresses current issues in composition and literature as well as political, economic, and professional development issues that affect both theory and practice in the English profession.
PCEA provides a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas surrounding literature and literacy studies. It strives, moreover, to promote and foster inquiry into our world as it is presented in literature of all genres. Equally important with promoting literary inquiry, the PCEA actively strives to give voice to those who endeavor to create new kinds of literacies.
The organization strives to connect teachers in the English academic community throughout the Rocky Mountain region and beyond, while establishing a more robust network of connections between other CEA associations throughout the country, including the Florida CEA.
TCEA is a proud scholarly and equally friendly affiliate of the CEA. TCEA meets annually with the Texas-based Conference of College Teachers of English and organizes several sessions of scholarly papers and creative writing works by and/or about Texas scholars and writers.
SALA promotes knowledge of, and scholarly interest in, the languages, cultures, and literatures of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. SALA'publishes the journal South Asian Review
The ITMS seeks to advance knowledge of the life and writings of Thomas Merton, one of the most influential religious figures of our time. The society promotes recognition of Thomas Merton as a spiritual theologian, a social critic, a catalyst for inter-religious dialogue, and as an important American literary figure.
ATTW is an organization of teachers, researchers, and teacher-practitioners of technical communication across a range of academic and professional institutions. Members work in graduate and undergraduate programs in technical communication, media, engineering, rhetoric, writing studies, and English, among other complementary research programs.
From the Latin omnis, for “all,” the mission of OMNI is to educate, empower, and connect people to build a non-violent, sustainable, and just world. We work – and play – for peace, social and economic justice, equality, and a healthy environment.
Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association of America provides opportunities for its members to share their scholarly findings and teaching experiences with colleagues and to discuss trends in the academy.
College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity through programs and services in college readiness and college success—including the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators, and schools.
The Byron Society of America (BSA) is a non-profit literary organization founded in 1973 to study the life and works of the English Romantic poet, George Gordon, Lord Byron (1788-1824.), whose immense cultural impact extends from the nineteenth century to the present day.