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CFP: Renaissance Literature (11/30/06; CEA, 4/12/07-4/14/07)

Monday, November 6, 2006 - 1:37am

College English Association National Conference
April 12-14, 2007
New Orleans

We invite papers on Renaissance Literature for the 38th
annual meeting of the CEA. This year’s theme is “Empathy and
Ethics,” but any paper on early modern studies will be
considered, including those addressing pedagogical

Proposals should be submitted via the online database at by November 30th.

CFP: Interdisciplinary Renaissance (1/15/07; PNRS, 4/26/07-4/28/07)

Monday, November 6, 2006 - 1:35am
Patrick Finn

The Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society is proud to announce its 50th
Anniversary Call for Papers and Plenary Speakers:

Gary Taylor, Florida State University (
Paul Yachnin, McGill University

Sponsored by:

Mt. Royal College, St. Mary's University College, The University of Alberta,
The University of Calgary and the University of Lethbridge

To be held at:

UPDATE: The Netherlandish Seventeenth Century And Its Afterlives (11/30/06; 3/3/07)

Friday, November 3, 2006 - 11:09pm
Russ Leo

We have extended the deadline for submissions to November 30, 2006.


MARCH 3, 2007

Keynote Speaker: Nigel Smith

Plenary Speakers: Kenneth Surin, Manuel Herrero S=E1nchez, Hans J Van =20=


Please submit abstracts (500 words) via email to =20
(place "Netherlands Conference Abstract" in the subject line) by =20
November 30, 2006.

CFP: Andrew Marvell (12/1/06; SCRC, 3/8/07)

Friday, November 3, 2006 - 11:08pm

CFP: Andrew Marvell (12/1/06; SCRC 3/8/2007 – 3/10/2007)

Call for Papers

Andrew Marvell Society at South-Central Renaissance Conference (8-10 March

Deadline: 1 December 2006

The Andrew Marvell Society welcomes paper proposals by 1 December 2006 for
its annual sessions at the South-Central Renaissance Conference, San
Antonio, 8-10 March 2007.

Please consult our call for papers at the SCRC website, through which
submissions are to be made:

Proposals are especially encouraged on the following topics:

UPDATE: Shakespeare on Film & TV (11/3/06; PCA/ACA, 4/4/07-4/7/07)

Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:55am
Leslie Fife

  UPDATED Submission Deadline: 3 November 2006
  The Shakespeare on Film and Television Area of the National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association is calling for papers for the annual conference, to be held at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts, April 4-7, 2007. Join us this year as a returning or a first time participant, for another exciting Pop Culture experience. Further details regarding the conference, including hotel information, registration, tours, etc can be found at:

CFP: Shakespeare and Islam (12/1/06; journal issue)

Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:54am
Mark Hutchings

CFP: Shakespeare and Islam (journal issue)

Scholars have long associated Shakespeare with the wider world beyond early
modern England's shores, notably Europe of course and, in the wake of New
Historicism, the Americas. One of the most interesting recent developments
in early modern studies, however, has been the recognition that writers
looked towards the East as well as westwards - to the Islamic world, and the
Ottoman Empire in particular.

CFP: Early Modern Publics (11/8/06; 3/9/06-3/10/06)

Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:53am
Jeffrey P. Hehmeyer

Call for Papers

"Making Publics: Media, Markets, and Association in Early Modern
Europe, 1500-1800"

An Interdisciplinary Conference Sponsored by
the Early Modern Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara

March 9-10. 2007

What were early modern publics? How were they formed? What needs did
they serve for those who participated in them? And how did they
relate to the emergence of a cultural formation that we recognize as
distinctly early modern? These are among the questions we seek to
address in this conference.

CFP: London in Text and History, 1400-1700 (UK) (3/1/07; 9/13/07-9/15/07)

Sunday, October 15, 2006 - 12:52am
Ian Gadd

London in Text and History, 1400-1700

13-15 September 2007 at Jesus College, Oxford

Organisers: Ian Archer (Oxford), Matthew Davies (Centre for Metropolitan
History, London), Ian Gadd (Bath Spa), Tracey Hill (Bath Spa), Paulina Kewes

Plenary speakers include: Paul Griffiths, Rob Hulme, Mark Jenner, Mark
Knights and Peter Stallybrass


This conference will focus on the variety of metropolitan identities, and
how these were constructed, represented, and contested by contemporaries
through a variety of media, including text (broadly
defined), visual culture, maps, architecture and performance.