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UPDATE: Consuming Culture in 18th & 19th C. (9/30/04; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 23, 2004 - 1:35am
Tamara Wagner

We have extended the deadline for abstracts for a
collection of essays on "Consuming Culture,"
originally posted under the working title of
"Consuming Culture: The Eating Pleasures and Problems
of Western Modernity," to 30 September 2004.

An academic press has already expressed interest in
the proposed collection.

Please note also the change in submission and contact
details.

CONSUMING CULTURE: FOOD FICTIONS AND THE CONSUMPTION
OF WESTERN MODERNITY IN THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH
CENTURIES

CFP: Eighteenth-Century Novel: Festschrift for Everett Zimmerman (7/15/04; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 4:38am
SSpencer_at_ucok.edu

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS - FESTSCHRIFT FOR EVERETT ZIMMERMAN

AMS Press is seeking contributions for a special Festschrift edition of its
annual publication, Eighteenth-Century Novel. Publication is tentatively
scheduled for 2005. Final drafts of all manuscripts should be submitted by
15 July 2004.

At present the plan is to limit contributors to former students of
Professor Zimmerman, though other connections may be considered depending
on the response we get.

Manuscripts and queries should be sent to the editor of this volume:

Professor Susan Spencer
Department of English
University of Central Oklahoma
100 N University Drive
Edmond OK 73034-0184

CFP: Performance in the Long 18th Century: Theatre, Music, Dance (book series)

updated: 
Monday, February 23, 2004 - 3:18am
Erika Gaffney

Announcing a new series from Ashgate Publishing Company

Studies in Performance in the Long Eighteenth Century: Theatre, Music, Dance

Series Editors: Jane Milling, University of Exeter and Kathryn Lowerre,
Michigan State University

Focusing on performance culture during the long eighteenth century, this
series offers studies in all types of cultural performance including
theatre, opera, dance, musical performance, and popular entertainments. It
is a forum for interdisciplinary work, drawing the debates of historians and
musicologists as well as literary, dance, theatre and opera scholars into a
creative symbiosis.

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