Call for Papers: Early Modern Ecostudies
Prof. Philip Tew (University of Northampton) and Steve Barfield =
of Westminster) are commissioning editors for an innovative new series =
major international publisher, Continuum International.
The College English Association invites proposals for papers or panels on =
Renaissance Literature for the CEA's 37th National Conference in San =
Antonio, April 6-8, 2006. Although this year's theme is regionalism, we =
welcome papers on any aspect of Renaissance Literature. Please send the =
following information to Prof. Alan Nordstrom (anordstrom_at_rollins.edu):
- Institutional Affiliation (if applicable)
- Mailing Address
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Title for proposed presentation
- Abstract of no more than 500 words
- A-V equipment, if any
- Special needs, if any
Call For Papers for Shakespeare, the journal of
the British Shakespeare Association
Contributions are invited for the 2006 and 2007 issues
of the new journal entitled Shakespeare being published
Routledge. The journal brings together Shakespeare
scholarship and Shakespeare in performance in order
to open newly emergent debates across disciplines,
and is published online twice a year and in a bound paper volume
comprising two issues once a year. Contributions on all
topics and approaches to Shakespeare will be
considered. The articles selected will be peer-reviewed.
The deadline for interdisciplinary workshop proposals for "Attending to Early Modern Women--and Men" has been extended to October 6, 2005. We hope you are drafting a proposal!
While the keynote address and plenary speakers will concentrate on what
scholars of early modern women can learn from considering men and
masculinity, workshops may consider masculinity or CONTINUE PAST CONVERSATIONS ABOUT WOMEN AND GENDER. Workshops should, however, focus
on one of the plenary topics themselves: theorizing gender, childhood,
violence, and pedagogies.
Proposals should be postmarked OCTOBER 6, 2005. The conference convenes in College Park, MD, November 9-11, 2006.
Religion and Gender in the Early Modern Period:
This is a call for papers for a book-length collection of essays that brings
into dialogue male and female voices on the question of gender and religion
in the literature, visual arts, religious writings, and culture of the late
medieval and early modern period. We are interested in treatments of
authors who directly or indirectly engage one another in debate, but we are
also interested in bringing into dialogue by their juxtaposition in this
collection male and female voices of authors who may not necessarily have
known of each other's work but who nonetheless seem to "speak" to one
Early Tudor. Papers on any and all aspects of literature, history and
culture in England from 1485 to 1557. Abstracts accepted through 20
September: Antony Hasler (hasleraj_at_slu.edu) or David Murphy
(murphydt_at_slu.edu). (Panel organized by Center for Medieval and
Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University.)
This year, I am accepting paper proposals for several panels on early modern literature to be delivered at the Thirty-Seventh Annual CEA Conference on Reading the Regions / Writing the Regions / Teaching the Regions to be held from 6-8 April 2006.
Papers are especially welcome that deal with ways in which early modern writers dismantled, elaborated, heightened, or constructed ideas of regional identity. Topics that are particularly welcome might address:
intersections between gendered self-fashioning and regional identity
imagined regions (utopias, fantasies, romances)
ecocritical perspectives on place and region
geography and identity
I should be grateful if the following calls for papers could be posted =
on your site. As you will see, Intersections is a series of primary =
interest to scholars working in the early modern period.
CALL FOR PAPERS - Intersections vol. 8 and 9
Vol. 8: Traffic and transportation in the Early Modern Period Vol. 9: =
Spirits Unseen: The Representation of Subtle Bodies in Early Modern =
European Culture [please scroll down]
Call for Papers
Baylor Journal of Theatre and Performance
Volume 3.2, Fall 2006
"Between the Sacred and the Profane: Medieval Renaissance and Performance"