UPDATE: Various Topics: UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies London Summer 2007 Research Seminar Series (UK) (variable deadline

full name / name of organization: 
Dr Philip Tew
contact email: 
tewp@ukf.net

CFP: Various Topics: UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies London Summer
2007 Research Seminar Series (UK) (variable deadline; 06/13; 06/27;
07/11;07/25; 08/01).

 

 

UK Network London Summer 2007 Research Seminar Series Call for Papers

 

This series is co-convened for UKNMFS by Dr. Alex Murray (University College
London), Martyn Colebrooke (University of Hull), Steven Barfield (University
of Westminster), and Prof. Philip Tew (Brunel University). The UK Network
for Modern Fiction Studies Summer Seminar Series 2007 is to be held at 309
Regent Street, the University of Westminster, London, UK.

 

 These research seminars are for Visiting Scholars to London who wish to
present their work in the summer months, and it follows on from the first
three successful series that ran in London in 2004, 2005 and 2006. A whole
variety of topics were the subject of papers, but we welcome those from a
broad range of relevant fields beyond simply a narrow conception of fiction,
including literary and cultural studies after 1890, critical theory and
philosophy, narratology and narrative theories, the sociology of literature,
biography and autobiography, travel writing, and gender studies.

 

The papers from the 2004, 2005 and 2006 sessions are to be published in the
first and second issues of the UKNMFS Journal: Critical Engagements: A
Journal of Literature and Theory. Editors: Prof. Philip Tew (University
College Northampton), Steven Barfield (University of Westminster), Dr.
Lawrence Phillips (Liverpool Hope University College) and Special Guest
Editor: Dr. Caryn Maureen Voiskul (Art Institute of Texas).

 

All papers presented in the 2007 series will be considered for inclusion in
the second issue of the journal (which will be published in 2008).

 

Submissions by e-mail only: please send your email with your name, the title
of the proposed paper and a short abstract of the proposed paper (no more
than 100 words) that you would like to read (delivery length no more than 30
minutes) and add your institutional affiliation and contact details. Your
subject line should read: UKNMFS London Summer 2007 Research Seminar Series
(UK). Direct all communication to Martyn Colebrook (Hull University), Dr.
Alex Murray (University College London) and Prof. Philip Tew (Brunel
University) at:

alex.murray_at_ucl.ac.uk

philip.tew_at_brunel.ac.uk / tewp_at_blueyonder.co.uk

Martyn.Colebrook_at_english.hull.ac.uk

 

All such messages should include in the e-mail's subject line the following:
'UKNMFS Summer Seminar Series 2007.' This is essential because all such
messages will be retrieved and sorted automatically. If this identification
is not included, any proposal, query or correspondence may be lost.

  

Dates:

 

Wednesday 13th June 2007: 5 - 8 PM

Wednesday 27th June 2007: 5 - 8 PM
Wednesday 11th July2007: 5 - 8 PM
Wednesday 25th July 2007: 5 - 8 PM

Wednesday 1st August 2007: 5 - 8 PM

 

Other seminars in August/September may be organized if there is sufficient
interest (please suggest convenient dates for Wednesday evenings)

   

Deadline: The final deadline is 14 days prior to the event, unless of course
the evening's schedule is already full. Please check, although clearly early
submission is advised.

 

The events are free, but small donations to the UKNMFS funds woulkd be
gratefully received.

 

Venue & Travel: University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B
2UW, +44 (0)20 7911 5000. (walking distance from Oxford Circus and Goodge
Street underground stations - go to http://www.streetmap.co.uk/)
  

  

 

 

Prof. Philip Tew

Professor of English (Post-1900 Literature)

Brunel University

philip.tew_at_brunel.ac.uk

Director, UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies

http://www.uk-fiction-network.org/

07956 951930

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