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CFP: [Victorian] Critically Forgotten (grad) (2/15/08; (dis)junctions, 4/11/08-4/12/08)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - 5:13am
Susana Brower

CFP: Critically Forgotten (grad) (2/15/08; (dis)junctions, 4/11/08-
4/12/08)

This call for papers is for a proposed panel to be held at (dis)
junctions, the University of California, Riverside's 15th Annual
Humanities Conference, which will be on April 11-12, 2008. This year's
theme is “Where the Streets are Re-Named.”

CFP: [Victorian] [Graduate] Oscar Wilde panel for (dis)junctions conference

updated: 
Sunday, January 27, 2008 - 9:38pm
Margaret Gover

Call for papers: (dis)junctions 2008

Panel: Wilde Things

Contributors are invited to submit critical work on Oscar Wilde. These papers may address any
aspect of Wilde scholarship.

Possible topics may include but are not limited to:
The dramatic works of Wilde
Wilde’s Political Prose
Wilde as Critic
Hetero/homosocial bonds in Wilde’s fiction
Wilde and construction of masculinity
Wilde’s life and career

Abstract should be 250-300 words, contained within the body of the email, and sent to
maggiegover_at_mac.com by February 15, 2008.

CFP: [Victorian] UC Riverside (dis)junctions Conference Panel: Gender&Sexuality in Gothic Literature

updated: 
Saturday, January 26, 2008 - 7:55pm
Giulia Hoffmann

Gender and Sexuality in Gothic Literature

Contributors are invited to submit critical works on definitions of
masculinity and femininity in Gothic literature. How is the Gothic used to
subvert societal notions of gender and sexuality? What does the Gothic
tell us about gender roles and sexual ideology in the period in which these
works were written?

Abstracts of 250-300 words should be emailed to ghoff002_at_ucr.edu by
February 15, 2008.

CFP: [Victorian] UC Riverside (dis)junctions Conference Panel: Science and Literature in the 19th Century

updated: 
Saturday, January 26, 2008 - 7:50pm
Giulia Hoffmann

Science and Literature in the 19th century

Contributors are invited to submit critical works on the interaction
between scientific writing and literature in the 19th century. How did
scientific discoveries, theories and assumptions (for example, in medicine
and psychology, but not limited to these) influence contemporaneous fiction?

Abstracts of 250-300 words should be emailed to ghoff002_at_ucr.edu by
February 15, 2008.

UPDATE: [Victorian] Panel CFP on "Violence Narratives" for (dis)junctions graduate conference

updated: 
Saturday, January 26, 2008 - 2:16am
Alan Richard Lovegreen

VIOLENCE NARRATIVES

Contributors are invited to submit critical works on the effects of
violence in narratives. Papers may examine any aspect of violence,
including specific texts and/or critical and cultural frameworks for such
texts. What sort of cultural and individual capacities for violent
events are articulated in our current cultural moment? How do cultural
understandings of violence affect understandings of self? How do
violence narratives influence and change notions of gender, sex, family,
and reproduction?

CFP: [Victorian] Panel CFP on "Waste" for (dis)junctions graduate conference

updated: 
Saturday, January 26, 2008 - 2:10am
Alan Richard Lovegreen

WASTE
 
Contributors are invited to submit critical works on any aspect of
waste. Papers may examine specific texts and/or critical and cultural
sources. What is waste? How do uses and methods of waste disposal and
containment define societies, nationalities, bodies, and values?

Other Potential Topics Include:
surplus / excess
psychological implications and waste
waste in rural settings
social displacement and waste
urban waste
fictional and non-fictional uses of waste
waste and cultural construction

Abstracts of 250-300 words should be emailed to
alan.lovegreen_at_email.ucr.edu by February 15, 2008 (text in the body of
the message; please no attachments).

UPDATE: [Victorian] "UPDATE"

updated: 
Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 11:38pm
Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi

Sponsored by BAVS
 

Centre for Victorian Studies, School of Arts, Languages and Literatures,
University of Exeter
Department of History of Art, University of Bristol

CALL FOR PAPERS

Artistry and Industry: Representations of Creative Labour in Literature
and the Visual Arts c. 1830-1900
18-20 July 2008, University of Exeter

Keynote speakers: Tim Barringer (Professor of Art History,
University of Yale),
                        Michael Hatt (Professor of Art History,
University of Warwick)
                        Talia Schaffer (Associate Professor of English,
CUNY).

CFP: [Victorian] 2008 MLA: What is an Explorer? (3/10)

updated: 
Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 10:51pm
adriana craciun

2008 MLA (San Francisco): Special Session Call For Papers

What is an Explorer?
How have different dimensions of authorship (authorization, individualization,
print and manuscript circulation, institutional domains, material production)
intersected with and informed those of exploration and voyaging (whether
commercial, scientific, enslaving, imperial) in the 18th and 19th centuries?

Email 250-word abstracts by March 10 to Adriana Craciun (a.craciun_at_bbk.ac.uk).

Dr. Adriana Craciun
Reader in Literature and Theory
School of English and Humanities
Birkbeck, University of London
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX

CFP: [Victorian] Panel Call: E.M Forster at UCR (dis)junctions

updated: 
Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 5:37am
Rory Moore

E.M. FORSTER

Contributors are invited to submit critical works on an aspect of E.M.
Forster’s literary, critical, and personal writing. Papers may examine
his “queer” life, writing as author and critic, and postcolonial versus
colonial intrigue, among others.

Abstracts of 250-300 words should be emailed to rory.moore_at_email.ucr.edu
by February 15, 2008 (text in the body of the message; please no
attachments).

Call for Papers: General Topic, Humanities and Social Sciences
University of California Riverside’s Fifteenth Annual Graduate Humanities
Conference
April 11-12, 2008
Where the Streets Are Re-named…(dis)junctions 2008
Abstract deadline: 2/15/08

CFP: [Victorian] Panel Call: Victorian Novel and Adaptation/Mutation at UCR (dis)junctions

updated: 
Thursday, January 24, 2008 - 5:35am
Rory Moore

THE VICTORIAN NOVEL: ADAPTATION AND MUTATION

Contributors are invited to submit critical works on Victorian novels and
their literary and/or cinematic adaptations or mutations.

Abstracts of 250-300 words should be emailed to rory.moore_at_email.ucr.edu
by February 15, 2008 (text in the body of the message; please no
attachments).

Call for Papers: General Topic, Humanities and Social Sciences
University of California Riverside’s Fifteenth Annual Graduate Humanities
Conference
April 11-12, 2008
Where the Streets Are Re-named…(dis)junctions 2008
Abstract deadline: 2/15/08

UPDATE: [Victorian] Bric-a-Brac 2008: Victorian Culture, Commodities and Curios

updated: 
Tuesday, January 22, 2008 - 12:01pm
Jennifer Sattaur

Bric-à-Brackery 2008:
Victorian Culture, Commodities and Curios
University of Aberystwyth
28th â€" 29th July

bric-à-brac, (n): Old curiosities of artistic character, knick-knacks,
antiquarian odds-and-ends, such as old furniture, plate, china, fans,
statuettes, and the like (OED)

Derived from the French for ‘at random’, the phrase 'bric-à-brac' was
first introduced to the English language in 1840 by Thackeray who
used it to describe a visit to the Palace of Versailles. The purpose of
this conference is to use Thackeray’s expression to debate the nature
of the impact of the curious, exotic and downright odd on Victorian
literature and culture.

UPDATE: [Victorian] 2nd Annual Conference; Shaping Readers: Selection and Editing, University College Cork, April 2-4

updated: 
Monday, January 21, 2008 - 12:11pm
Making.Books_at_sas.upenn.edu, Shaping Readers

Call for Papers

The Second Annual Making Books, Shaping Readers Conference

April 2nd â€" 4th 2008
University College Cork
http://www.ucc.ie/en/mbsr; mbsr@ucc.ie

Conference Theme: Shaping Readers: Selection and Editing

Keynote Speakers:

Professor Alistair McCleery, Co-Director of SAPPHIRE, Professor of
Literature and Culture at Napier University, and co-editor of The Book
History Reader

Professor Nora Crook, Professor of English Literature, Anglia Ruskin
University, and co-general editor of the multi-volume Complete Poetry of
Percy Bysshe Shelley

CFP: [Victorian] ACIS/ MLA 2008: Wilde Archives

updated: 
Saturday, January 19, 2008 - 12:36am
Ellen Crowell

CALL FOR PAPERS

Modern Language Association (MLA) / (American Conference for Irish
Studies) ACIS panels, 2008, San Francisco.

WILDE ARCHIVES
This panel will explore archival approaches to Oscar Wilde and his work.
Papers that draw upon recent archival research using Wilde and Wilde-
related manuscripts are invited, as well as papers that define “archive”
more broadly to address the multiple ways in which Wilde has been
collected and encrypted in academic, creative, and popular venues. The
panel may develop themes and approaches introduced at the William Andrews
Clark Library seminar, “The Wilde Archive,” June-July 2007.

CFP: [Victorian] ACIS/ MLA 2008: Irish Spectacle

updated: 
Saturday, January 19, 2008 - 12:32am
Ellen Crowell

CALL FOR PAPERS
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Modern Language Association (MLA) / (American Conference for Irish
Studies) ACIS panels, 2008, San Francisco.
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IRISH SPECTACLE
Papers should explore the role of spectacle in Irish literature and
culture. Possible topics might include the role of spectacle in Irish
modernism, spectacular representations of gender and sexuality, spectacle
and the Irish stage, Irish political spectacle, spectacle and
representations of the Irish landscape.
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Please send 200-word abstracts to Ellen Crowell by March 21, 2008. All
panelists must be ACIS and MLA members by July 1, 2008.
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Ellen Crowell, Literature Representative, ACIS 2008-10

CFP: [Victorian] Popular Women's Fiction of the 18th &amp; 19th Centuries (RMMLA 10/9-11, 2008, Reno, Nevada)

updated: 
Thursday, January 17, 2008 - 10:57pm
Barbara Z. Vielma

This special session invites papers that explore any aspect of popular
women's fiction of the 18th and 19th Centuries, both British and American.
Popular fiction could include novels, short fiction, or serialized fiction
written by either women or by men primarily for a female audience.
300-500 word proposals (MSWord) are welcomed; please also include a brief
CV or equivalent biographical statement. The deadline for submission is
3/1/2008, and the conference dates are October 9-11, 2008, in beautiful
Reno, Nevada.
Send to bvielma_at_utpa.edu or snail-mail them to Barbara Z. Vielma,
University of Texas-Pan American, CoAS 211, Edinburg, TX 78539

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