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CFP: Harold Bloom (ASAP; collection)

updated: 
Monday, September 8, 2003 - 3:20am
Chris Hamilton-Emery

Due to some administrative difficulties could anyone who had responded Roy
Sellars call for papers on the work of Harold Bloom, dating back to January
1998, please forward their abstracts or contributions to me, Chris
Hamilton-Emery at cemery_at_saltpublishing.com.

Best wishes
Chris
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Editor
Salt Publishing
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CFP: Mary Astell: Gender, Reason, Faith (10/5/03; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 7, 2003 - 12:19am
William Kolbrener

The editors of the volume in progress, _Mary Astell: Gender, Reason,
Faith_, propose to move the study of Astell to a mature phase, and to
accommodate a variety of disciplinary perspectives so that the broad
span of Astell's work can be understood in its manifold contexts. The
editors of the volume are soliciting essays not only on Astell's
already canonized works, but on the full range of her political,
theological, philosophical, and poetic writings. The volume, however,
will not eschew the more traditional scholarly interest in Astell's
concerns about gender; rather, it aspires to reveal how Astell's
reflections on gender were always mediated through her diverse set of

CFP: YCGL: Medieval and Early Modern Comparative Literature (11/30/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, July 3, 2003 - 8:09pm
Laurel Amtower

At the most recent meeting of the American Comparative Literature =
Association in San Marcos, the outgoing president lamented the fact that =
almost 90% of comparative literature sessions in recent years have been =
devoted to relatively modern texts and issues. What has happened to pre- =
and early modern topics in comparative literature?=20

CFP: The Early Modern Englishwoman (9/15/03; series)

updated: 
Thursday, June 26, 2003 - 3:07am
Betty Travitsky

X-posted from FICINO

PLEASE CROSS POST!

Composite volumes are currently being organized for Series III of Ashgate's
THE EARLY MODERN ENGLISHWOMAN: A FACSIMILE LIBRARY OF ESSENTIAL WORKS,
1500-1750 [EMEW]. EMEW has already put over 100 texts by women in print,
many in composite volumes, edited--with introductory essays--by various
hands.
Dozens of additional writings by women are in various stages of production.

Series III (Essential Works for the Study of Early Modern Women) consists of
texts by and about early modern women. Volume editors will be involved with
the selection of copy for the volume and will write a short introductory
essay (ca. 12,000 words, including a bibliography).

CFP: Early Modern Shapes (2/15/04; PNRC, 5/6/04-5/8/04 & prize)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:50pm
Marc Geisler

Please forward the following to scholars on your campus:

CALL FOR PAPERS

Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference:
Early Modern Shapes
Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA
May 6-8, 2004

Sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society and Western
Washington University. Plenary speakers will be announced.

One-page abstracts, session, and roundtable proposals are welcome in any
area of Renaissance Studies, including art, history, literature, music,
philosophy, science, and theology. In particular, submissions are
invited on the following topics:

UPDATE: Supernatural Shakespeare (9/1/03; K'zoo, 5/6/04-5/9/04 & journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:17pm
Brad Greenburg

This is an addendum to the call for papers sent out a few weeks ago
(see below).

The proposed theme for volume 17 (2007) of the Shakespeare Yearbook
will be Shakespeare and the Supernatural. The issue will be co-edited
by Douglas A. Brooks, General Editor of the journal, and Jesse M.
Lander, Notre Dame. All papers and abstracts/proposals for papers
submitted for the Kalamazoo session (see below) will be forwarded to
the journal for consideration. The Shakespeare Yearbook is a broadly
based, peer-reviewed international annual of scholarship relating to
Shakespeare, his time, and his impact on later periods.

CFP: The Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature (9/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, June 6, 2003 - 12:18am
Mary A. Papazian

CALL FOR PAPERS

Announcement of a Call for Papers to Appear in a New Collection

Negotiating the Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature

Essays are now being accepted for a new publication of essays, presently
entitled Negotiating the Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature.
These essays should consider the relationship between the sacred and
profane in the poetry, prose, and/or dramatic literature of the early
modern period. Essays might focus on a specific work or consider
broader issues and their relationship to one or more early modern
writers.

Please send a one-page abstract, in hardcopy or by e-mail, to Dr. Mary
A. Papazian by September 15, 2003.

CFP: Performing Maternity in Early Modern England (9/1/03; essay collection)

updated: 
Saturday, May 24, 2003 - 7:37pm
kmoncrief2_at_washcoll.edu

CALL FOR PAPERS

Performing Maternity in Early Modern England

Editors seeking articles for a proposed book-length collection entitled
Performing Maternity in Early Modern England. Finished articles should be
between 5000-8000 words (detailed proposals will be considered), and should
explore the representation of early modern English maternity and the extent
to which it became a locus of concern socially, culturally, religiously,
poetically, narratively, and dramatically.

CFP: Oral Traditions and Gender in Early Modern Texts (6/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2003 - 4:46pm
Karen Bamford

Contributions are sought for a collection of essays addressing connections
between oral traditions--including folktales and folklore--and gender in
early modern literature. Send completed papers (no more than 5,000 words)or
abstracts by June 1, 2004 to both Karen Bamford <kbamford_at_mta.ca> and Mary
Ellen Lamb <marylamb_at_siu.edu>.

Karen Bamford
Associate Professor
Dept. of English, Mount Allison University
63D York St., Sackville, NB, Canada, E4L 1G9
phone: 506-364-2550; fax:506-364-2524
e-mail: kbamford_at_mta.ca

CFP: Psalms in the Early Modern World (2/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 29, 2003 - 10:21pm
Kari McBride

Psalms in the Early Modern World

Proposals are invited for a volume on Psalms in the Early Modern World.
We seek essays from a wide range of disciplines and interdisciplinary
approaches that examine the uses and effects of Psalms throughout the
early modern world, including (but not limited to):

CFP: Thomas More (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 20, 2003 - 10:29pm
David Baker

X-posted from FICINO

I will be editing issue 154 of "Moreana," and I invite contributions from
interested scholars. Essays might address More, his circle, and/or the
times in which he lived.

Please send all submissions to: David Baker, Department of English,
Rutgers University-Newark, Newark, NJ 07102

David Baker

CFP: Shakespeare and Technology (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, March 13, 2003 - 5:19am
Mike LoMonico

X-posted from SHAKSPER

        Call for Articles

The spring issue of Shakespeare magazine (7.2) will be devoted to
Shakespeare and Technology. We are seeking articles about film and
video, audio, interesting and useful Web sites, CD Roms, digital video,
etc. Those articles that emphasize teaching are especially needed.

If you'd like to contribute or have an idea or a suggestion, please
contact me directly.

Thanks,

Michael LoMonico, Editor
mike_at_lomonico.com
Shakespeare Magazine
10 Mapleshade Lane
Stony Brook, NY 11790
631.689.7619
http://www.shakespearemag.com

CFP: Almost Shakespeare: Appropriations in Film &amp; TV (4/1/03; collection)

updated: 
Sunday, November 24, 2002 - 3:26pm
Razedupsky_at_aol.com

Call For Papers

We are soliciting submissions for an upcoming collection of essays entitled
Almost Shakespeare: Appropriations of Shakespeare in Film and Telelvision
to be published by McFarland.

The volume will address the appropriation of Shakespearean narratives,
thematics, imagery, and characterizations in non-Shakespearean cinema and
television. For example, the essays may observe the dialogue between the
Shakespearean source and the cinematic context or examine the intersection of
high and low art forms. The submissions should not concentrate on films of
Shakespearean plays, but instead on those works that are based on or borrow
from Shakespeare.

CFP: egotistics: Ecocriticism / Shakespeare and Adaptation (grad) (e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 13, 2002 - 4:35am
casey006

CFP: egotistics: Open and Special Issues

egotistics is the online journal of EGO, the English Graduate Organization at
The University of Alabama. This peer-reviewed journal has been established to
offer graduate students and new professors the opportunity to publish their
critical writing on any topic regarding literature and critical theory. All
submissions will be reviewed by an editor and at least two assistant editors.
Rejected submissions will be returned with reader's suggestions. As always,
egotistics welcomes submissions for our open issues. Beginning spring 2003,
 we will publish one or two special topics issues per year.

Special Issue 1: Ecocriticism

CFP: Thomas Traherne (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, October 5, 2002 - 2:59pm
BlevinsJake_at_aol.com

I would like to invite submissions to a collection of new essays on the
seventeenth-century writer, Thomas Traherne. 2003 will mark the 100 year
anniversary of Dobell's first edition of Traherne's poetry, so the timing is
right for such a collection. The general theme is "new approaches to
Traherne," and that can be interpreted broadly. All scholarly ranks are
encouraged to submit. Major university presses have already expressed
initial interest in the project. Begin by sending a detailed
prospectus/abstract and a brief C.V. to:

Jacob Blevins
Department of Languages
McNeese State University
Lake Charles LA 70609-2655

Questions can be emailed to blevinsjake_at_aol.com.

CFP: Shakespeare and the Low Countries (9/?/03; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 4:19am
Paul Franssen

X-posted from SHAKSPER

Call for Papers

SHAKESPEARE AND THE LOW COUNTRIES
Edited by Ton Hoenselaars and Holger Klein

The 2004 issue of the Shakespeare Yearbook will be devoted to
"Shakespeare and the Low Countries." The editors invite papers that
address Anglo-Dutch relations in the widest sense of the term insofar as
these manifestations of cultural exchange have a bearing on Shakespeare,
his fellow playwrights, and English Renaissance drama as a whole. Papers
on Shakespeare and Dutch culture may address topics including:

UPDATE: Early Theatre (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 30, 2002 - 6:33pm
Helen Ostovich

EARLY THEATRE 5.1 (2002) (journal)

Beginning in 2002, EARLY THEATRE will be publishing 2 issues a year, one =
in June and the other in December. We are always interested in =
receiving an article or note on any aspect of early modern performance =
or theatre history, and are still reviewing material for our December =
issue. =20

CFP: Early Theatre (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, October 10, 2001 - 10:02pm
Helen Ostovich

Early Theatre 4 (2001) is now printed and being mailed out to
subscribers. Subsequent volumes of this journal will appear in two
issues, spring and fall. We invite the submission of note-length or
article length essays for the coming issues.

CFP: Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 29, 2001 - 4:27pm
J D Canfield

The editorship of _Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture,
1660-1700_ is passing from the capable hands of Jack Armistead
at Tennessee Tech to J. Douglas Canfield at the University of Arizona
beginning with vol. 26, no. 1 (Spring 2002).

CFP: Lay Devotion and the Urban Setting in Early Modern Europe (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 14, 2001 - 5:16pm
Nicholas Eckstein

> CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS
>
> to a special issue of Journal of Religious History entitled 'Lay
> Devotion and the Urban Setting in Early Modern Europe'.
>
> This is a call for contributors of articles to a special issue of the
> Journal of Religious History. The issue is to be dedicated to the
> theme of the elusive yet vital relationship between the devotional
> practices of the European laity and the urban context of such lay

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