Women Prophets, Revolutionary Politics
We inadvertently made an error in our original CFP, and so, here is the
corrected version. As always, we apologize for cross-listing.
CALL FOR PAPERS: EEBO and Early Modern Studies
Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association. Deadline extended.
Please submit abstracts electronically to merrilld_at_byui.edu or in hard
copy to Darin Merrill, Brigham Young University-Idaho English Dept., SA
123, Rexburg, ID 83460.
For more information and call for papers:
RSA 2007 – CALL FOR PAPERS: Early Modern Search Engines: The
Organization of Vernacular Texts in 17th-century England
Cross-Posted from SHAKSPER and RENAIS-L
"Unmasquing Prince Henry" (extended)
We are now accepting proposals for the 2006 Rocky Mountain MLA convention in
Tucson, October 12-14 2006.
The Special Topic Session: "Early Modern Witchcraft on Trial" is looking for
submissions dealing with the problems of discerning, disputing and
displaying witchcraft and the occult in the fictional and non-fictional literature of
Renaissance Europe. We are looking in particular for cross-disciplinary
approaches that consider literary texts in the context of historical, political,
legal, anthropological and social analyses.
CALL FOR PAPERS
2006 ALSC Conference, San Francisco, California, October 13-15 2006
The deadline for submissions has been extended for the following CFP:
I am soliciting proposals for 20-minute papers on any aspect of English
Seventeenth-Century lyric poetry for a session at the Rocky Mountain Modern
Language Association (RMMLA).
The annual meetings of the RMMLA will take place from October 12 until
October 14, 2006 in Tucson, Arizona.
Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words either as WORD or RTF
attachments via e-mail or via regular mail. All submissions must be
received by midnight on March 15, 2006. I'll e-mail notification of
acceptance by March 20, 2006.
Please send proposals to Eileen Abrahams at ei_at_vownet.net
Shakespeare Bulletin, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Johns
Hopkins University Press, is now accepting submissions for its 2006-07
volumes and beyond. We are interested in critical discussions of
contemporary and/or historical performance, on stage and/or screen, in
the drama of Shakespeare and/or his contemporaries.
Submissions and queries should be sent by email to Andrew Hartley,
editor, at: sbeditor_at_email.uncc.edu
Shakespeare Bulletin, a journal for the study of renaissance drama in
performance, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press, is pleased
to announce workshop titles for the RENAISSANCE DRAMA IN ACTION
conference, to be held November 8-12, 2006 on the University of Toronto
RENAISSANCE DRAMA IN ACTION will give scholars interested in performance
an opportunity to grapple with the practical realities of moving from
the page to the stage. Conference participants will sign up for a
rehearsal-and-performance workshop. Each workshop will focus on a
single scene from a play, one which exemplifies particular problems,
challenges, and/or rewards involved in staging renaissance drama.