CFP: [Renaissance] Early Modern Womenâs Writing (Australia) (5/19/2008; 12/2/2008-12/6/2008)
The NEER (Network for Early European Research) Research Cluster on Early
Modern Womenâ€™s Writing will be sponsoring three panels at the 2008 ANZAMEMS
(Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern
Studies) 7th Biennial International Conference, to be held at the
University of Tasmania, Australia, December 2-6, 2008.
We are soliciting papers on any aspect of early modern womenâ€™s writing in
English, and are particularly interested in proposals that explore new
authors, topics, approaches, or theories in the field, from coteries and
collaboration, through sensation and the senses, to reading and rhetoric.
How have the critical paradigms that we employ to investigate early modern
womenâ€™s writing changed over the last thirty years? What challenges face
the field in the future? Postgraduate and graduate student submissions are
Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words to coordinators Ros Smith
(Ros.Smith_at_Newcastle.edu.au) and Patricia Pender
(Patricia.J.Pender_at_Newcastle.edu.au) by June 15, 2008.
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