CFP: Susan Glaspell and Performance (12/1/05; 4/28/06-4/29/06)
Call for Papers
Susan Glaspell and Performance
April 28 & 29, 2006
Northland Pioneer College
Snowflake, Arizona 85937
In conjunction with the world premier production of Intimations From the Brook, a full-length play adapted from Susan Glaspell's novel Brook Evans, Northland Pioneer College will host "Susan Glaspell and Performance," a conference to discuss Glaspell's work in and for the theatre as well as her artistry, broadly conceived. The conference organizers welcome discussions of Brook Evans and/or other works; artistic or performance approaches to Glaspell (including Interpreter's Theatre, adaptations , discussions of specific productions); and other topics related to Glaspell.
We invite proposals for individual papers, complete panels, or roundtables/discussion groups. While preference will be given to proposals concerning Brook Evans, all proposals of merit will receive full consideration. The conference organizers particularly welcome proposals from emerging scholars who have not previously presented at a scholarly meeting.
Deadline for Proposals (250-500 words): December 1, 2005
Please send proposals to (Electronic submission preferred in Word or RTF; please reference "Glaspell Conference" in the subject line):
J. Ellen Gainor, Associate Dean Mike Solomonson, Chair
The Graduate School Performing Arts Department
Cornell University Northland Pioneer College
350 Caldwell Hall PO Box 2218
Ithaca, NY 14850 Snowflake, AZ 85937
For further details on the Susan Glaspell and Performance conference, including conference schedule, registration fees, and travel and accommodation information, please visit the conference website: http://www.npc.edu/glaspell/
Intimations From the Brook is produced through special arrangement with the Susan Glaspell Estate. Conference registrants will receive admission to the Friday evening performance as part of the conference fee. All box office proceeds from the production will be donated to the Susan Glaspell Society to further her artistic legacy: http://academic.shu.edu/glaspell/
Northland Pioneer College is located in the beautiful White Mountains of northeastern Arizona. Visitors to the area can enjoy such natural splendors as the Painted Desert, The Petrified Forest National Park, hiking trails, scenic lakes, and cultural learning opportunities related to the nearby Navajo, Apache, and Hopi reservations.
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