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New Critics VII Undergraduate English Conference. April 9, 2016

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Monday, November 16, 2015 - 12:42pm
Bianca Tredennick/SUNY Oneonta

We are soliciting abstracts for critical undergraduate essays on any topic relating to literature or composition. If accepted, completed papers should be readable in no more than 15 minutes. Now in its seventh year, New Critics represents a rare opportunity for undergraduates to present their work in a forum modeled on professional academic conferences and concluding with a keynote address by a notable scholar (previous speakers include Jonathan Culler and Daniel Mendelsohn). The deadline for abstract submission is March 4, 2016.

Shakespeare and the Object

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Monday, November 16, 2015 - 8:09am
Rivista Costellazioni

In the year of the four hundredth anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare (1616-2016), the first issue of the journal Costellazioni will be devoted to Shakespearean drama, considered from a particular perspective that aims to analyze the role and function of the object in the texts, in stagings and in the critical reception of the works of the Elizabethan playwright.

Deadline approaching for: Dramatising death and dying in British theatre

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Sunday, November 15, 2015 - 3:43pm
dr Katarzyna Bronk

DEADline is approaching!!

Medieval drama taught its audiences not only about virtuous living but, more importantly, a good death and a joyful afterlife. Miracle plays re-played the most significant and most spectacular deaths known from the Gospels, while morality plays, such as Everyman, imagined the act of dying and the prospects for posthumous happiness of their main characters.

Call for Original Creative Work - Deadline December 21, 2015

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Friday, November 13, 2015 - 6:35pm
Mayo Review Creative Publication Journal- Texas A&M University-Commerce

We are interested in the best unpublished work in a variety of genres. Please submit no more than five pieces total for consideration. This must be work that has not been published in print or online, including blog posts. Submit your work electronically, following the specific guidelines for the genre.

Please submit the following:
Cover sheet: e-mail document with this information:
Subject line of e-mail: Mayo Review Submission
Your name (as you wish to see it printed in the journal)
Your mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address.
The title and genre of each submission
A short (50 – 100 word) biography

"Terrible Beauty" (April 15 -17, 2016)

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Friday, November 13, 2015 - 1:00pm
University of Virginia

We take our title from W. B. Yeats' poem "Easter, 1916" to invite new takes on an old tune: the relation of aesthetics to politics. This three-day graduate conference at the University of Virginia, featuring poet Paul Muldoon as keynote speaker, will mark the centenary of the Easter Rising in Ireland and invite fresh thinking about how art rises through its occasions.

Today it has become a commonplace within the academy that human artifacts—artistic or otherwise—be considered within the social and material contexts of their production. As Rita Felski has observed, "What word ["context"] could be more ubiquitous in literary and cultural studies: more earnestly invoked, more diligently defended, more devoutly kowtowed to?"

[UPDATE]

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Thursday, November 12, 2015 - 4:23pm
Sallie Jean Anglin (Penn State Altoona)

Proposed Session at SCSC, August 18-20, 2016 in Bruges, Belgium

"Alternative Ecologies in 16th Century Romance"

Organizer: Sallie Jean Anglin (Penn State Altoona)

This session invites papers that explore non-anthropocentric or non-normative ecologies in 16th century prose romance.

Paper topics may include but are not limited to:
Queer ecologies
Object Oriented Ontology
Actor-network theory
Non-human ecologies
Destructive ecologies
Non-reproductive creativity
Affective approaches to ecosystems
Elements
Rocks, minerals, animals, vegetables

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