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CFP: Death in the Eighteenth Century (7/30/07; journal issue)

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Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Jacqueline Langille

/Eighteenth-Century Fiction/, an international quarterly published in French and
English devoted to the critical and historical investigation of imaginative
prose of the period 1660-1832.

CFP: Death in the Eighteenth Century (7/30/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Jacqueline Langille

/Eighteenth-Century Fiction/, an international quarterly published in French and
English devoted to the critical and historical investigation of imaginative
prose of the period 1660-1832.

CFP: Renaissance Nothings (4/15/07; RSA, 4/3/08-4/5/08)

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Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
Wendy Hyman

Call for Papers

Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference
3-5 April 2008; Chicago

"Renaissance Nothings"

A panel interested in the aesthetic, philosophical, and sexual valence of
"nothing" in the Renaissance. Proposals addressing mathematical zero,
nihil paradoxes, the materialist abyss, and naught/y puns are all welcome.

For consideration, please submit (as Word attachments) a 250 word abstract
and a CV to:
whyman_at_ithaca.edu by April 15, 2007

CFP: Trauma and the American Revolution: Representing Rupture (4/16/07; M/MLA, 11/8/07-11/11/07)

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Monday, March 19, 2007 - 7:35pm
sjkelly_at_buffalo.edu

"Trauma and the American Revolution: Representing Rupture." This panel
will examine literary representations of the American Revolution from
the point of view of trauma and historical rupture. What is the
significance of those representations, which imagine the revolutionary
era in terms of absence, ambiguity, loss, and the crisis of identity?
One of our most famous tales involving the revolution, Washington
Irving's "Rip Van Winkle," for example, figures the war as a central
and productive absence in the text. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Legends of
the Province House contemplates the implications of the war in terms
that often evoke the reader's sympathy for those who under go what

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