CFP: H. G. Wells: New Directions (6/16/06; 9/23/06)
H. G. Wells: New Directions
The Annual H. G. Wells Society Conference 23 September 2006
Proposals for twenty minute papers, or for panels of 2-3 papers, are invited for this year's Annual H. G. Wells Society Conference, to be held at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London, WC1, on 23 September 2006. The conference aims to reflect the current diversity of interest in H. G. Wells across a range of disciplines, so proposals might focus on, but are not restricted to, the following areas: Wells and Science (including the Philosophy and History of Science); Wells and Utopianism; Wells and Political Theory; Wells and the 1890s; Wells and the World State; Wells and Science Fiction (and genre more generally); Wells and Women; Wells and the emergence of Sociology; Wells and Religion; Wells and the Short Story.
Proposals of 300 words should be submitted, via email attachment, no later than June 16 2006. Please include a brief biographical note, and send proposals with 'New Directions' as the subject, to the Society's secretary, Dr Steven McLean, at the following address: stevemclean_7_at_hotmail.com.
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