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CFP: Romantic Landscapes (9/15/06; NEMLA, 3/1/07-3/4/07)

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Thursday, June 15, 2006 - 11:45am
Frank Duba

Call for Papers

Panel Title: Romantic Landscapes

38th Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA)
March 1-4, 2007
Baltimore, Maryland

Proposals are sought for papers dealing with the relation between landscape
and literary works during the Romantic era (1789-1832). Of particular
interest are papers that examine literary works in relation to other
accounts of landscapes, such as maps, tour guides, surveys, travelogues,
court documents, other poems, etc. Please send 250-300 word abstracts by
e-mail to Frank.Duba_at_millersville.edu.

CFP: Science in 19th-Century Britain (8/10/06; collection)

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Saturday, May 20, 2006 - 2:08pm
Amanda Mordavsky

CALL FOR PAPERS

Interdisciplinary Essays on Science in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Papers are being sought for a collection of essays on Science in
Nineteenth-Century Britain. Edited by Amanda Mordavsky Caleb, the collection
will be printed by Cambridge Scholars Press in Spring/Summer 2007. Papers are
invited on all aspects of research broadly relating to science in
nineteenth-century Britain. Proposals may focus on areas including, but not
limited to: art, astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, continental influences,
history, literature, mathematics, medicine, music, philosophy, physics,
religion, sociology, and zoology.

CFP: Home and Abroad: Transnational England, 1750-1850 (UK) (5/26/06; 7/28/06)

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Monday, May 8, 2006 - 12:43pm
Terry Robinson

*Home and Abroad: Transnational **England**, 1750-1850*
* *A One-Day, Summer Conference at Holywell Manor, Oxford University
Friday, 28 July 2006
 
_Invited Speakers_:
Ros Ballaster (Mansfield College, Oxford University)
Michael Eberle-Sinatra (Université de Montréal)
Susan Manning (University of Edinburgh)
Fiona Stafford (Somerville College, Oxford University)
 
This interdisciplinary conference aims to examine discourses between
England and other countries from 1750-1850 through the lens of the
national and the global. 'Home and Abroad: Transnational England'
invites discussions concerning the formation of English identity or

CFP: Romantic Shakespeare (8/15/06; journal issue)

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Monday, May 1, 2006 - 12:47pm
Douglas Brooks

CFP: Romantic Shakespeare. Shakespeare Yearbook, Winter 2007.

Henry James once noted that to the English an outing to Stratford was
not just a day out, not just a visit to a pretty old town with a
famous dead author, but a pilgrimage to "The Holy of Holies"; the
scene itself of the "nativity." James was being ironic, but to many
editors, and writers, and theatre personalities working in the era of
the English Romantic Movement, grappling with the works of
Shakespeare became a serious devotional duty.

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