CFP: [18th] Aphra Behn Society: Letting Flowers Fall: Memory & Meaning in Early Literature

full name / name of organization: 
Michael Rex
contact email: 
mrex@cumberland.edu

The Aphra Behn Society for Women and the Arts 1660-1830
Presents
The 20th Aphra Behn Society Conference

Letting Flowers Fall: Memory and Meaning in Early Literature

5-7 November 2009
Cumberland University – Lebanon, Tennessee
25 min East of Nashville

Keynote Speaker: Margaret J.M. Ezell, Abbott Chair in English at Texas A&M

Accepted Papers by Graduate Students
     are eligible for
Outstanding Graduate Student Award
All Panelists must be members
of The Aphra Behn Society

Papers on any aspect of women’s literature and literary experience
(including all aspects of gender) from the Early Modern to the Romantic
Period will be considered. Complete Panels are encouraged.

Send short Abstracts, including working title, “snail” mail & email
addresses by 15 January, 2009 to:
Dr. Michael Rex mrex_at_cumberland.edu
                                        Assistant Professor of English
                                        Cumberland University
                                        1 Cumberland Square
                                        Lebanon, TN 37087
For more information, Consult our website:
http://www.oldroads.org/behn/home.htm

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cfp categories: 
eighteenth_century