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.
Un artículo que escribí en los ochenta sobre la prosa de Beckett:
Unnullable Least: Vacío y metaficción en el Beckett de los 80: http://personal.unizar.es/garciala/publicaciones/unnullable.html
There is a call for papers for a special issue on Ghanaian author Ama Ata Aidoo, which will be published by RAL: Research in African Literatures, one of the leading and most prestigious journals on the literatures of Africa. For more information, see the document enclosed.
Rita Singer deposited Liberating Britain from Foreign Bondage: A Welsh Revision of the Wars of the Roses in L. M. Spooner’s Gladys of Harlech; or, The Sacrifice (1858) in the group English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 week, 5 days ago
In the ten years following the publication of the infamous Reports on the State of Education in Wales (1847) that had classified the Welsh population as a vice-ridden nation of working-class drunkards and promiscuous hoydens, the middle-classes in Wales strongly rejected this Anglo-centric condemnation at first in the press and, later on, in…[Read more]
Nora Rodriguez-Loro started the topic Femspec & Feminist Imaginaria: Going Beyond Realism in the discussion English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 week, 6 days ago
Femspec accepts critical essays, poetry, art, memoir, drama, fiction, and reviews dealing with feminist/queer topics in SFF. The current call for contributions concerns Afrofuturism and celebrating the contributions of Black women in SFF, here. While the deadline for the next issue is set for February, the journal is always accepting relevant…[Read more]
Nora Rodriguez-Loro started the topic CFP 50+ Shades of Gothic: The Gothic Across Genre & Media in US Popular Culture in the discussion English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 week, 6 days ago
There is a call for presentations for a conference series on the gothic modes across genre and media in US popular culture. You can find the complete call here.
Presentations will be organized thematically in different sessions, as detailed below. However, the analysis of any type of popular culture products across media is welcome: film, (…[Read more]
The organising committee of the 31st SEDERI International Conference has opened a second period for CFPs until next 15th January for researchers who missed the first one. Due to the pandemic, the academic event was rescheduled for 12-14 May 2021 and will be held online. For more information and further updates, please, follow this link https://even…[Read more]
The second edition of the L2 Writing Research Seminar, organised by the University of Murcia, Spain, will take place online on May 20-22, 2021. The title of the research seminar this year will be “Advancing research in L2 writing and written corrective feedback appropriation in pen & paper and digital environments”.
Guest speakers will prese…[Read more]
All issues of the first two series of the Valladolid journal ES Review,
-ES (1971-1983) and
-ES. Revista de Filología Inglesa (1990-2016),
are now fully open access: nearly 400 articles digitised from a total of 37 issues.
They are available and downloadable via Dialnet:
- Issue 42.2 (December 2020) of Atlantis has now been published at http://www.atlantisjournal.org
- Issue 33 of the Alicante Journal of English Studies/Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses (2020) has been published at https://raei.ua.es/issue/view/2020-n33
- Volume no. 29 of Babel-AFIAL (2020) has been published at https://revistas.webs.uvigo.e…
The final volume of the trilogy, Virginia Woolf, The War Without, The War Within: Her Final Diaries & the Diaries She Read by Barbara Lounsberry has just come out from the University Press of Florida. It takes up where the last left off and traces Woolf’s 13 final diary books, from 1929 to 4 days before her suicide in March 1941. Beyond mapp…[Read more]
The Association of Young Researchers on Anglophone Studies (ASYRAS) has published the first issue of Gaudeamus. The journal can be accessed on the link below: http://asyras.org/gaudeamus-vol-0/
Yet another convenient Shakespeare, at Project Gutenberg: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/100/100-h/100-h.htm
Nora Rodriguez-Loro started the topic New publication: Love, Language, Place, and Identity in Popular Culture in the discussion English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Love, Language, Place, and Identity in Popular Culture: Romancing the Other. Edited by María Ramos-García and Laura Vivanco. Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield) Series: Communication Perspectives in Popular Culture
Love, Language, Place, and Identity in Popular Culture: Romancing the Other explores the varied representations of Otherness in r…[Read more]
Douglas Coupland and the Art of the ‘Extreme Present’Virtual conference – 23-24 April 2021
The closing date for submissions is 1st February 2021.
You can find all the information here:
At PopMeC Research Blog (https://popmec.hypotheses.org ISSN: 2660-8839) they have just launched a new Call for Papers for a special issue entitled “New Fictional Formats & Age-Old Narratives: Understanding Creative Modes of Popular Culture in the Digital Age”.
New Fictional Formats & Age-Old Narratives: Understanding Creative Modes of Popular…[Read more]
Nora Rodriguez-Loro started the topic Online Webinar: Discussing the dystopian world with Padmanabhan & Akbar in the discussion English Literature on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
The Spanish Association for Interdisciplinary India Studies (AEEII) has organised a series of webinars on different topics from November 2020 till March 2021 (one per month). The first one is taking place on December 11, 2020. Attendance is free. You can find all the details in the webpage http://www.aeeii.org and social media https://www.faceb…[Read more]
Piers Plowman in the aftermath of the Black Death:
Bragg, Melvyn, et al. “Piers Plowman.” (In Our Time). BBC 4 29 Oct. 2020.*
Another channel with interesting lectures on EngLit: Michael Moir
Reseña de Roger Sell, Literature as Communication: The Foundations of Mediating Criticism: Reseña de LITERATURE AS COMMUNICATION: https://personal.unizar.es/garciala/publicaciones/selllac.html
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