Revisions and Adaptations - part of the NEASECS 2021 conference
Revisions and adaptations of texts, histories and ideas can be seen as a kind of traffic between one form of representation and another. This panel is open to papers that address any variation on that theme with respect to the long eighteenth century. Topics can range widely—from, for instance, a paper that considers a single eighteenth-century author’s revision or adaptation of her own work, to one that analyzes recent or current revisions and adaptations of eighteenth-century texts, history or ideas on social media. Papers on parodies, cross-cultural, cross-national and/or linguistic adaptations or appropriations, debates about how to frame the very idea of eighteenth-century history—or anything beyond or in between—will all be considered.
As of now, this conference will be fully remote.
Please send a 250-word abstract to Elizabeth Bolger (firstname.lastname@example.org).