George Bernard Shaw Panels at Comparative Drama Conference
We welcome papers on any aspect of Shaw studies, including but not limited to:
comparative treatment of plays by Shaw,
Shaw and his contemporary playwrights,
cultural aspects of Shaw’s works, and
international Shaw play productions.
Papers should be 15 minutes in length, written for oral presentation, and accessible to a multi-disciplinary audience. Scholars and artists in all languages and literatures are invited to email a 250 word abstract in English to Dr. Ellen Dolgin at firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 November 2019. Please include paper title, author’s name, status (faculty, graduate student, other/scholar-at-large), institutional affiliation, and postal address at top left. Abstracts must present a clear argument and have an appropriate scope (usually two or fewer works). Please send your abstract in .docx, .txt, or .rtf format. If possible, please avoid sending a .pdf. (PLEASE be sure to add email@example.com to your accepted email list so that conference emails will not be rejected by your server. Ask your IT administrator how to do so.)
The conference will be held in Orlando, Florida on April 2-4, 2020.
The Comparative Drama Conference is an international, interdisciplinary conference founded by Dr. Karelisa Hartigan at the University of Florida in 1977. Every year, approximately 175 scholars are invited to present and discuss their work in the field of drama and 2 new plays receive a staged reading. The conference draws participants from both the Humanities and the Arts. The papers delivered range over the entire field of theatre research and production. Over the past 40 years, participants have come from 32 nations and all 50 states. Each year a distinguished theatre scholar or artist is invited to address the participants in the Keynote Event.
For more information about the conference, visit: http://comparativedramaconference.org/