Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS), an academic journal, invites original and unpublished research papers from scholars on the following:
Shakespeare at Kalamazoo
International Congress for Medieval Studies 2018
Shakespeare at Kalamazoo invites submissions for two sessions at the 2018 Congress, which will be held at Western Michigan University on May 10-13, 2018.
CFP: Dickens Adapting, Dickens Adapted – deadline for proposals 30 Sept. 2017
Date: 4 January 2018
Location: Normansfield Theatre, 2A Langdon Park, Teddington TW11 9PS
Call for Papers: Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film special issue on
The Actress-Manager and Early Film, guest edited by Victoria Duckett and Vito Adriaensens
Deadline: 29 January 2018
CRITICAL STAGES/SCÈNES CRITIQUES
MEDICINE AND/IN THEATRE
Critical Stages # 17 (June 2018)
Theatricality and the Political: Imagining New Theoretical Prolegomena
Co-Organizer: Ryan Anthony Hatch
Co-Organizer: Andrés Fabián Henao Castro
Co-Organizer: Joseph Cermatori
Sponsored Panel by the David Henry Hwang Society
Comparative Drama Conference
April 5-7, 2018
In light of the Broadway revival of M. Butterfly (opening in October 2017) we are particularly interested in receiving abstracts that address this production (some possible topics: Taymor’s vision of the play, Hwang’s changes to the play, the timeliness of M. Butterfly, the casting of Clive Owen as Gallimard, or a comparison with the original production). Recognizing that not everyone will get a chance to see the play before abstracts are due, we also seek abstracts on the play in general.
Adaptation Before Cinema: Literary and Visual Convergence from Antiquity to the 20th Century
Since the 1960s, marking a transition from a Friedian conception of artistic modernism to one turning around John Cage and his New York circle, performance art has forged a strong relationship to moving-image art writ large. Responding to technological developments across imaging, motion-capture, and virtual or augmented reality research, performance artists have created increasingly sophisticated works that defy ready classification.