A group of scholars in English Literature. Researchers in different periods, authors and those working with different theoretical approaches are all welcome. The aim of this group is to create a space for literary discussion through our blog. Please contact me if you will like to publish a blog post to share your latest research, publication, a call for papers, etc.
FP – Acotaciones. Revista de Investigación y creación teatral / Acotaciones. Research and Theatre Practice Journal – 16 September 2021 The journal Acotaciones welcomes scholarly essays (6000-9000 words) on any aspect of theatre for its next issue (nº 47) to be published in December 2021. The deadline for submissions is 16 september 2021. Acotac…[Read more]
“Transcultural Perspectives in Language, Literature and Culture in the 21st century”
International Conference at Le Mans Universityin association with the University of LatviaMay 19-20, 2022
Abstract submissions deadline: 15 November, 2021
Please find the details in the doc attached.
ASYRAS is happy to announce the publication of Volume 1 (Summer 2021) of GAUDEAMUS, the Journal of the Association of Young Researchers on Anglophone Studies:
Back to the old Eighteenth Century… e.g. eighteenth-century fiction. Here’s a paper or blog post on Samuel Richardson’s narrative technique and aesthetics and on “Clarissa the Critic”: https://narrativetheoryandnarratology.hcommons.org/2021/07/12/clarissa-la-critica-y-su-etica-del-buen-gusto/
SOAR: Call for General Submissions
<p tabindex=”-1″ data-thread-perm-id=”thread-f:1704179544784490573″ data-legacy-thread-id=”17a67644505dd04d”>Please find enclosed our Call for General Submissions for SOAR: The Society of Americanists Review. Submissions of interdisciplinary scholarship relating to the culture of the United States are…[Read more]
A new issue of Hélice: Reflexiones críticas sobre ficción especulativa has just been released:
- Sara Martín, «Retrospective Posthumanism: Frankenstein According to Our Vocabulary»
- Francisco Collado-Rodríguez, «The Female, the Intertextual, and the Transhuman in William Gibson Molly Million…
A new Special Issue of the journal The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms, vol. 26, Issue 3-4 (2021) on Beneath the Waves: Feminisms in the Transmodern Era has been issued.
Net of Words: El autoengendramiento de ‘Beowulf’: https://www.ibercampus.es/el-autoengendramiento-de-beowulf-41275.htm
Early Career Researchers’ Perspectives onthe Literatures and Cultures of Canada/Turtle Island
Call for Papers for a special issue of Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies (Issue 11, 2022).
Coinciding with its 11th anniversary, Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies has recently…[Read more]
Nora Rodriguez-Loro started the topic Curso de verano on line "Introducción a las Humanidades Ambientales” in the discussion English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
El grupo GIECO organiza en la UAH la tercera edición de su curso de verano on line titulado “Introducción a las Humanidades Ambientales” los días 14, 15 y 16 de julio. Si lo consideráis de interés para vuestros colegas o alumnos os agradecería la difusión. Fecha límite de matriculación: 7 de julio. Este es el link a la web: https://www.uah.es/es/v…[Read more]
The International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures (IASSL) has given us the following information:
- We are offering a free three-year membership for PhD students working on topics in Scottish literatures and languages. This offer is partly a response to the economic hardships of postgraduate study, which have been exacerbated b…
Please find attached the CFP for our 7th International Conference. We invite you to submit your proposals on individual papers, roundtable or workshop. The deadline has been extended until July 3rd, 2021.
Call for Papers for issue 17 of the journal Estudios Irlandeses, to be published in March 2022. Submissions that engage in a critical and original way with aspects of Irish literature, history, arts and the media should be sent to email@example.com not later than 1 November 2021, following the instructions detailed…[Read more]
This month’s issue of Dickens Quarterly sees the publication of my article on the discovery of what appears to be the earliest published translation of writing by Dickens into Spanish. I argue that the unsigned translation should be attributed to Guillermo Macpherson, who would go on to be a noted Shakespeare translator. In a closing section on…[Read more]
European Romances Across Languages: Book Celebration and Research Perspectives
7 June 2021, 14:30 – 16:00 pm BST / 15:30 – 17:00 pm CEST
Sofia Lodén and Lydia Zeldenrust have both recently published books that look at romances across multiple languages and literary traditions. To celebrate the occasion, we invite you to join us for this online…[Read more]
Deadline for submissions: 15th June 2021
German Shakespeare Association, Shakespeare-Tage, 12–14 November 2021 in Weimar, Germany.
Should travel be restricted or deemed unsafe by participants we endeavour to host the seminar as an online or hybrid event. This year’s Shakespeare Seminar seeks to discuss the countless ways in which Shake…[Read more]
The Experience of Loneliness in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries29–30 June 2021
Registration is now open. Our speakers will investigate how people understood and coped with loneliness within their immediate circles and as exiles from the Henrician era to the Restoration. There will also be a final roundtable on precarity, loneliness and b…[Read more]
Online seminar: Thanatic Ethics. The Circulation of Bodies in Migratory Spaces.
Speakers: Dr. Bidisha Banerjee (University of Hong Kong), Dr. Judith Misrahi-Barak (Université Paul Valéry), Dr .Thomas Lacroix (Maison Française d’Oxford)
See the pdf attached for more information on registration.
I would like to share with you the news of the publication of the book entitled Alzheimer’s Disease in Contemporary U.S. Fiction: Memory Lost (Routledge, 2021).
This volume seeks to bring readers to a deeper understanding of contemporary cultural and social configurations of Alzheimer’s disease by analyzing 21st-century U.S. novels in which the…[Read more]
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