CFP: The 2007 International James Joyce Conference (3/1/07; 6/13/07-6/17/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Molly Hardy
contact email: 
mollyohardy@mail.utexas.edu

JOYCE IN AUSTIN
 
"Bring a stranger within thy tower." (Ulysses 14.365)
                
The 2007 International James Joyce Conference
Endorsed by the International James Joyce Foundation
The University of Texas at Austin, June 13-17, 2007
 
The 2007 International James Joyce Conference will be hosted by the English
Department at the University of Texas at Austin. The event will feature
plenary presentations and readings by Vicki Mahaffey, Paul Muldoon, Tom
Staley, and Sean Walsh; a round-table discussion with all the plenary
speakers; panels on Samuel Beckett‚s letters (Lois Overbeck and Martha
Fehsenfeld), Elizabeth Bowen (Elizabeth Cullingford), Tom Stoppard (Ira
Nadel), contemporary Irish poetry, and such other Joyce-related topics as
copyright (with Carol Shloss, David Olson, and Robert Spoo), the Harry
Ransom Center, film, gender, music (Charles Rossman and Martin Dowling),
race, Shakespeare (Dolora Chapelle Wojciehowski), and „the wake of the
Wake‰; live performances of Stoppard‚s Travesties by the Austin Shakespeare
Festival; Joycean music and film; a small exhibition of Joyce and Stoppard
holdings at the Ransom Center; a boat cruise on Town Lake.
  
We welcome proposals and abstracts for both additional panels and individual
papers, and especially encourage submissions of work linked in some way to
the Harry Ransom Center holdings. Proposals and abstracts should be limited
to 250 words. Non-plenary papers and presentations are limited to a maximum
of 20 minutes. Submissions must include name, contact information,
institutional affiliation or independent scholar status, and a list of any
special equipment needed for your presentation.
  
** DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 1, 2007 **
  
Proposals may be sent via email or snail mail to Alan Friedman
friedman_at_uts.cc.utexas.edu , Charles Rossman rossman_at_mail.utexas.edu, or
James Joyce Conference, Department of English, University of Texas, 1
University Station B5000, Austin, TX 78712.

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