Abstract deadline: August 31, 2013
The abstract should include: author affiliation, author contact information, essay title and 250-500 word description. Full manuscripts will be due January 31, 2014.
Abstract deadline: August 31, 2013
Chapter proposals are still being accepted for contributions to this edited collection.
Deadline for proposals: 31st August 2013
The collection will provide an innovative and wide-ranging exploration of the afterlives of the Victorian villain, in fiction, and stage and screen performance.
Subjects covered may include, but are not limited to:
Direct transmedia adaptations - from nineteenth-century classic fiction and neo-Victorian novels, to stage, screen, console and graphic novel.
Intertextuality – including allusion, pastiche and crossover fiction and film.
Workshop 2: "So Rare a Wonder'd Father": the Cult of Shakespeare and the Father Figure
Call for papers
Seminar leaders: Shaul Bassi (University of Venice), Rocco Coronato (University of Padua), Denis Lagae-Devoldère (Paris IV), Laura Tosi (University of Venice)
This seminar is part of the Shakespeare 450 conference, Paris, 21-27 April 2014. For more information on the conference:
Seminar leader: Michael Dobson (Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham).
This seminar is part of the Shakespeare 450 conference. Paris, April 21-27, 2014.
This seminar welcomes short papers (up to 3,000 words) on the ways in which festivals, anniversaries and other public celebrations of Shakespeare's achievements have required or prompted particular accounts of who Shakespeare was. Which versions of Mr William Shakespeare have great civic and international occasions preferred? Have these periodic attempts to interest a larger public in Shakespeare been valuable stimulants to the study of his life, or regrettable fountains of hearsay?
Call for Papers for the 45th Annual Convention, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) April 3-6, 2014 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Session Title: Irish and Indian-Anglophone Writing in a Transnational Feminist Context
Chair: Tara Harney-Mahajan
April 3-6, 2014
Host: Susquehanna University
Self-Education and the Long Nineteenth Century
This panel will explore the idea of self-education in 19th and early 20th-century British literature to reflect on the current definition and function of literature within and outside institutions. Potential topics include: autodidact characters in the novel, education and class conflict, women readers/writers/scholars, the 'art novel' vs. genre fiction, aesthetics and self-culture, literature's emergence as a discipline, popular lectures, autobiography & life writing.
2nd Global Conference
(Re)Production: Origins, Transitions, Futures
Friday 14th March – Sunday 16th March 2014
Prague, Czech Republic
Call For Presentations:
This conference seeks to explore the boundaries of (re)production, not merely as physical birth but more broadly as a gateway which signals origins, indicates a process of continual bodily, sexual, cultural (and even viral) change and transitions, and which speaks of a future and futures possibly unknown.
ELN 52.1 Spring/Summer 2014
Call for Papers: ELN Special Issue, "Imaginary Cartographies."
good and excellent.mine thrust area is modern drama,absurd theater,existentialism.so,i know cfp will provide details for papers,seminars,conferences etc as it is doing so.it would help me a lot.kudos.
In keeping with HERA's mission of promoting the study of the humanities across a wide range of disciplines and interdisciplines, we invite presentations for the 2014 conference.