CFP: Tranforming Textualities: The Evolution of Early Modern Texts (12/9/05; 3/26/06)
Claremont Graduate University is sponsoring its seventh interdisciplinary Early Modern Studies Graduate Symposium, to be held in Claremont, CA, on Saturday, March 26. This year's theme is "Transforming Textualities: The Evolution of Early Modern Texts from Caxton's Morte Darthur to Branagh's Hamlet." We are accepting abstracts for papers from graduate students that deal with any aspect of early modern textual history, book history/print culture, later reworkings of early modern texts, such as T.H. White's Once and Future King, or representations of texts in other media, including but not limited to art, music, drama, and film. We are especially interested in papers and/or panels that take a transdisciplinary approach to early modern studies. Papers may address philosophical, religious, literary, or historical texts. Please submit a 300-word abstract with C.V. by December 9 to ambereen.dadabhoy_at_cgu.edu.
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