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CFP: Narrating the Eighteenth Century (UK) (10/20/06; 4/16/07-4/17/07)

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Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:02am
Margaret Yoon

"Narrating the Eighteenth Century"
16 - 17 April 2007, University of Exeter, UK
www.sall.ex.ac.uk/centres/c18narrative

Call for Papers:
The C18 Narrative Research Consortium based in the
Dept. of English at the University of Exeter invites
you to participate in our conference. The emphasis of
the conference is on interdisciplinary approaches to
studying the eighteenth century with the aim of
encouraging and assessing different methods of reading
narratives.

CFP: Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature (Ireland) (12/1/06; 2/23/07-2/24/07)

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Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Padraic Whyte

IRISH SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

5th Annual Conference

'Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature'

23 and 24 FEBRUARY 2006

Venue: Church of Ireland College of Education, Rathmines, Dublin 6

Call for Papers
Proposals are welcome relating to the above and associated topics, including in
the areas of poetry, drama, and film for children. Proposals relating to
masculinities will be especially welcome.

Proposals of 300 words should be sent to:
 Celia Keenan, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Email : celia.keenan_at_spd.dcu.ie
(Subject line should clearly indicate 'ISSCL Proposal')
to arrive no later than 1 December 2006

CFP: International Jane Austen (Australia) (6/1/07; 11/29/07)

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Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Laura Carroll

First Call for Papers
INTERNATIONAL JANE AUSTEN: Jane Austen's Comedy

La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
November 29th – December 2nd 2007

http://austen2007.net

'Remember the country and the age in which we live. Remember that we are English, that we are Christians.' Henry Tilney's rebuke to Catherine Morland can be read in many ways, but it is certain that Jane Austen, unlike many of her contemporaries - Ann Radcliffe, Charlotte Smith, Maria Edgeworth or Scott - never ventures outside England, and never presents a foreigner. Yet her novels are increasingly read, enjoyed and studied in cultures quite distinct from the one in which she wrote.

CFP: 'Popular Romance' and 'Arthurian cities' at IMC Leeds (9/15/06; Leeds, 7/9/07-7/12/07)

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Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Raluca Radulescu

14th International Medieval Congress, Leeds (9-12 July 2007)

Special sessions sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of
Wales, Bangor

Session titles: 'Popular romance: Cities and Merchants' and 'Arthurian cities'
   
Paper proposals on all aspects, literary, historical, cultural are welcome for
the above sessions.
Abstracts should be 250 words max. E-mail submissions are acceptable. Electronic
submissions to: r.radulescu_at_bangor.ac.uk

Deadline: 15 September 2006.

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CFP: Max Sebald and the European Tradition (UK) (8/31/06; 10/6/06-10/9/06)

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Tuesday, July 18, 2006 - 9:45pm
Baxter Jeannette Miss \(LIB\) l046

"W. G. Sebald and the European Tradition

University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom 6-9 October 2006

Deadline for proposals: 31 August.

For more than thirty years, W. G. 'Max' Sebald taught European Literature
and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia until his untimely
death in 2001. Reluctant to call his work 'novels', he published hybrid
books that meditate upon history, human tragedy, memory, writing and the
inner life. Sebald wrote against the mainstream contemporary novel, in an

CFP: fragment, c. 1300-2000 (UK) (12/16/06; 6/29/07-7/1/07)

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Tuesday, July 18, 2006 - 9:44pm
elisabeth salter

CONFERENCE TITLE: "fragment, cultural histories and vocabularies of the
fragment in text and image c. 1300-2000"

3 day Interdisciplinary Conference, hosted by Department of English, and
Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, University of Wales,
Aberystwyth, UK

500 word abstracts for discussion papers, creative workshops,
performances/installations by 16th December 2006

Themes might include: making/unmaking, text/intertext, pastiche bricolage,
narratology and poetics, embodiment, artefacts, figments,
interdisciplinarity, memory and remembrance, archaeologies of meaning,
remnants/remainders

Selected papers to be published by Manchester University Press

CFP: Making an Audience (Ireland) (10/27/06; 4/18/07-4/20/07)

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Tuesday, July 18, 2006 - 9:43pm
Making Books, Shaping Readers

The First International Making Books, Shaping Readers Conference
University College, Cork, April 18th - 20th 2007
http://www.ucc.ie/en/mbsr

Theme: "Making an Audience"

This conference encourages a broad interpretation of the notion of an
audience in keeping with the etymology of the word. (The term audience,
which derives from the Latin audenita, "a hearing, listening", from awis,
"to perceive physically, to grasp", and from the nineteenth century
transformation of the sense of the word to "readers of a book", reflects the
way in which technologies of the word have changed throughout history, from
oral, to manuscript, to print).

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